The Maine Racing Alliance 2010
Three Maine Tracks, One Maine Champion

Spud Speedway in Caribou, Speedway 95 in Bangor and The Wiscasset Raceway are working together in 2010 to help build the Maine Racing Alliance. All three tracks have one common goal, to establish Late Model Sportsmen racing in Maine under one set of rules. Doug White, owner of The Wiscasset Raceway says, “It will take several years of working together to fully realize the goals of the Maine Racing Alliance. Our Maine Late Model Sportsmen Championship Racing series for 2010 is a great start!” The Maine Racing Alliance is hoping that more tracks get involved and join Spud, Speedway 95 and Wiscasset in creating a Maine division of racing with a statewide rules package.         .

There are three races planned for 2010. All three races will be 100 laps with a posted purse to be announced. The competitors will receive points at each race which will make them eligible for a points fund which will crown a Maine Late Model Sportsman Champion in September 2010. Mr. John Linnehan of the Gospel in Trenton, Maine will again be an associate sponsor of the Late Model Sportsmen Series. Mr. Linnehan will be giving out over $1000 in cash prizes at each race! Please join us in supporting Maine racing in 2010 at one of these exciting events:

The Late Model Sportsmen Championship Series 2010

  • Sunday, July 25th , 2pm at Wiscasset Raceway
  • Saturday, September 11th, at Speedway 95 in Bangor
  • Championship Saturday, September 25th, at Spud Speedway in Caribou

This will be a very exciting series for Maine racers and fans alike! The Maine Racing Alliance is currently seeking sponsors for the 2010 series. For more information please contact any of the three tracks