Picnic Table Factory of Windham, NH presents a Special Race Program to Honor Veterans at Lee USA Speedway on Friday, May 27th

Lee, N.H. — Lee USA Speedway, home to exciting NASCAR sanctioned short track stock car racing, returns to action, Friday night, May 27th, highlighted by special pre-race ceremonies in honor of the Memorial Day
holiday weekend.

The speedway has also announced all veterans, past and present, have been invited to the speedway as guests of track owners, Red and Judy MacDonald.

In addition to the Whelen All-American Series race card, special pre-race on-track ceremonies will include a visit by junior United States Senator Kelly A. Ayotte, representatives from the American Legion Post 90, Raymond, NH, and a large motorcycle ride forming at the Chop Shop Pub, Seabrook, NH, with over 200 motorcycles registered to ride to the speedway,

Senator Ayotte will offer opening remarks and is a scheduled guest speaker.

The American Legion Riders, The Granite Bay Rollers, Patriot Riders, and Rolling Thunder, all motorcycle groups made of up armed forces veterans, are spearheading the drive for motorcycle riders to meet at the Chop Shop for the 6:00 PM ride to Lee. The “riders” will also be part of the pre-race ceremonies trackside

On the speedway, all four weekly divisions will be in competition in the 12-race program. “Super” Dave Sanborn, Tilton, (NH), takes a 14 point-lead over Dan Bowes, Byfield, (MA), into Benson Lumber and Hardware Small-Block Super Modified competition. The winged open-wheel division will compete in
a 30-lap feature race.

Early point-leader, Bobby Melvin, Groton, (MA), leads the list of entries in the Prime Storage Late Model Sportsman ranks. Ryan Green, of Berwick, (ME), and Michelle Fushpanski, Salisbury, (MA), are also expected to enter. They’ll also compete in a 30-lap main event.

Pat Tanguay, of Rochester, (NH), and Jim Shorey, of Lebanon, (ME) share the point-lead in the David’s Race Cars and Components Hobby Stocks. Tied at 208 points, they’ll compete against Mark Parenteau, Groveland, (MA), Jim Piaseczney, Merrimack, (NH), and Chris Kingsley, of Franklin, NH. The Hobby’s will race in a 25 lap feature.

Epping, (NH), driver Jeff Nadeau is an expected entry in Friday night’s Picnic Table Factory Outlet Ironman Division. A recent feature winner, Nadeau has a 14-point lead over Kale Billings, Gonic, (NH). Rochester’s Troy Washburn, already a visitor to victory lane, is expected. The Ironman cars race in a
15- lap main event.

Active or retired veterans wishing to attend are requested to show identification at the box office.

Pre-race ceremonies are expected to start at 6:45 PM with the first race at 7:15 PM.

Additional information is available at www.leeusaspeedway.com.