Track Operator, Second Generation Racer Norm Wrenn III Passes

Norm Wrenn Jr. (left) and Norm Wrenn III (right) in 2017 at Lee USA Speedway (Photo: Facebook)

Second generation racer and New Hampshire short track operator Norm Wrenn III passed away unexpectedly Sunday. 

Wrenn was 37. 

Wrenn was listed as the track president of Lee USA Speedway in Lee, N.H. He was also involved with management of Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, N.H. and Claremont (N.H.) Speedway. 

His father, longtime Southern New England racer and former Thompson Speedway regular Norm Wrenn Jr. purchased Lee USA Speedway in February 2018 and Monadnock Speedway in Dec. 2018. He also partnered with Hudson Speedway owner Ben Bosowski to purchase Claremont Speedway in February 2019. 

Norm Wrenn III followed in his father’s footsteps in getting behind the wheel of race cars.

Norm Wrenn III recorded four career victories in Pro Four Modified competition over six seasons. He had two wins at Lee USA Speedway and one win each at Thompson Speedway and the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. 

Comments

  1. My condolences to the Wrenn family. I am so sorry for your loss.

  2. Thoughts and prayers for the Wrenn family, in this time of great tragedy.

  3. Heartbreaking. Seeing all those happy father/son moments will bring a grown man to tears.

  4. To the Wrenn family and friends, sorry for your loss. Godspeed NW III

  5. How sad to see a young man in the prime of his life pass. My prayers are with the Wrenn family.

  6. The Atomic Punk says

    Guy got some stuff done in 37 years. RiP.

  7. Shirley and Norm Robb and i have you in our thoughts. We are so thining of you and your family at this difficult time.

  8. Shirley and Norm,
    Robb and i have you in our thoughts. we are thinking of you and your family at this difficult time.

  9. Michelle Hansen says

    Norman and Shirley, no parent should ever have to bury their child, my heart is breaking for you both. I pray you can carry on knowing what awesome parents you where to Norm Jr.

  10. Norm Wrenn III passed long before his time. 37 is very very young by today’s standards. It now falls on his parents to put their child to rest, something no parent should ever have to do, but in recent times they’ve had to do all too often. We offer our prayers to the family, and hope for them that someday the pain will pass, it never does.
    We can all take action. On Norm Wrenn III passing I’d ask that the action you take is to MASK UP, and fight so maybe some other families won’t have to go through what Norms has. God be with you
    R.I.P. Norm Wrenn III Peace eternal upon you.

  11. so Rob P are you insinuating NWIII passed from COVID? OR are you just saying COVID can be deadly so mask up? .terrible tragedy

  12. Sour grapes, in the Lee USA pit it said that he lost his battle with the infection. I take that to mean Covid, although I may be wrong, but in allot of obits that’s the way it referred to, as the infection. If I am wrong about it I apologise.

  13. sour grapes says

    no need to apologize. i believe COVID is a virus .. people are infected with that virus . thought the description could mean something else. its is terrible that he passed so young. I guess some people more than ever wish to know the potential reason for someone’s passing to assist in making personal decisions about social distancing etc.. since its a racing site and I attended 3 or 4 events this year I guess I wished to possibly know if this was COVID,if it could possibly be related to an event where there were many in attendance .. no to point a finger .I wore a mask at all times at all the events I attended.. some were not required by law and or may have failed to do so.. thats a personal choice…. dont want to assume but people throw around the term ” super spreader” just trying to get clarification so I can be better educated about what activities I wish to participate in for the future that could also include my grandkids sporting events .. church and the like. COVID is real ..even if not required by law I think as a personal decision and for mutual benefit , we owe it to each other to do our best to protect everyone inhabiting the country. not preaching ,judging, pointing a finger . there were several opportunities to eat outdoors along the CT shore this summer and I like to eat . I was NOT comfortable in some of those situations based on what I saw crowds masking etc… . as for the races for the most part people followed state and or track policy where I was in attendance however some did NOT.. so sad for The Wrenns and the racing community . sorry for the novel . stay safe everyone

  14. Well said sour grapes

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