The North East Mini Stock Tour is geared up and ready to show what they have got at one of the biggest racing weekends in Maine. The Pro All Stars Series Beech Ridge 300 lap national event will be held Sunday along with NEMST heats and features as well as PASS sportsman and PASS mods. This will be the largest crowd the NEMST has ever performed in front of, with fierce battles all year long the competition is guaranteed to be at its best. The four days of racing kicks off Thursday with the local midweek heroes waging for battle. Friday will be practice for all the premier divisions and Saturday will hold support division features and qualifying. While the big show all gets underway on Sunday.

A 50 green flag lap feature event will be in store for the touring minis of the NEMST as well as 10 lap heats rolling off at 12:00 PM sharp. The largest ever NEMST field is expected with cars coming from 6 New England states. Many new faces will join the tour regulars of Cayer, Melcher, and Boyle all trying to knock off standout rookie Chris McKinstry. The aforementioned McKinstry is out to 108 point lead, and four wins, in the series standings after second place and defending champion Emerson Cayer had engine troubles at White Mountain Motorsports Park.  From second on back to the eighth spot in points the battles get closer and closer with less than 100 points separating all drivers.

The NEMST still has 3 more events on the schedule after Beech Ridge all over New England to give mini stock fans their racing fix deep into fall. Our next event will be held on Saturday September 18th at Unity Raceway followed by the Racing Against Breast Cancer 4-cylinder Nationals at Seekonk Speedway, with the 2010 season coming to an end at Twin State Speedway’s Fall Challenge weekend on October 17.

Please come on out and see the NEMST this season and visit our sponsors Graphic Explosion, Tater’s NASCAR Merchandise, Fireside Inn and Suites, Racin’ Paper, Mainely Motorsports TV, Sunoco Racing Fuel, and Hoosier Race Tires.