Central Asphalt Paving Triple Crown Returns For Independence Day Spectacular At White Mountain

(Press release from White Mountain Motorsports Park)

White Mountain Motorsports Park officials expect fireworks on the track to be just as colorful and explosive as those above the track on Saturday, July 1st for the second round of the Central Asphalt Paving Flying Tiger Triple Crown. Along with the Tigers, a full card of racing will also be included in the annual Independence Day Spectacular with the famous Fireworks Show to round out the evening. 

After sweeping all the Fisher Auto Parts Flying Tiger events so far in 2023, Brandon Gray has a target on his back. John Donahue has stared at Gray’s Bargain Building Products back bumper the last few weeks and one can imagine that the Irish temperament may take hold on Saturday. Equally standing on the outside looking in is West Burke, Vermont’s Colin Cornell who is looking for the top spot after tackling both Thunder Road and White Mountain in recent weeks. Invaders Jason Woodard, Logan Powers, Cam Gadue and Shane Sicard will also look to shake things up on Saturday for Round #2 of the Central Asphalt Paving Triple Crown.

After a spectacular showing on Sunday for their annual special, the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Minis are ready to settle back into their usual 25-lap sprint. After being knocked out of Victory Lane, point leader Kristian Switser is looking to return to the top after defending champion Chris Moulton gained on the point standings with a strong third-place finish. Tyler Thompson, Scott Senecal and Todd Derrington are among those looking to continue their strong runs from Sunday with winner Anthony Gavell looking to make it two-for-two on the White Mountain highbanks.

The Foley Oil & Propane Late Models continue to be led by youth movement top-gun Kasey Beattie while veterans Quinny Welch, Stacy Cahoon and Mike Jurkowski trail the youngster. Certainly not a run-away, the veterans have plenty of time to catch up to Beattie but the 45NH is the only Late Model to finish in the top-10 in all four races this season, speaking to the consistency of the Creative Counters team.

The Dad’s 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division is also back in action for the Independence Day Spectacular. So far, three different youngsters have taken the checkered flag to victory lane in as many events with each lap adding to the seat time experience for these future champions. Perhaps it’s Kylee Potter’s, Walker Fitch’s or MacKenzi Sicard’s turn to grace White Mountain victory lane for the first time this Saturday.

Next up at White Mountain is Round #2 for the Central Asphalt Paving Flying Tiger Triple Crown Series on an Independence Day Spectacular Saturday! The July 1st program is headlined by the Fisher Auto Parts Flying Tigers as they battle for their second 75-lap showdown of the 2023 season along with the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis and the Dad’s 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division plus the Fourth of July fireworks display courtesy of Northstar Fireworks! Post Time is set for 6:00pm with Adult General Admission for $15, kids 6-12 for $5 and children 5 and under free! 

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, [email protected], or visit www.whitemountainmotorsports.com. You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.

Central Asphalt Paving based in Jefferson, New Hampshire has been serving the needs of New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Vermont’s Connecticut Valley since 1976. From potholes to highways, residential to commercial, Central Asphalt does it all. Contact them today at 1-800-287-6007 or visit them online at www.centralpavingnh.com.

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