Canaan, NH. — For the 5th consecutive year, the Valenti Modified Racing
Series will invade the famed Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford, ME., home
to this weekends 38th annual TD Bank 250. The event, Brackett Mechanical
and RB Performance Night, is scheduled for Saturday, July 23, at 6:30 PM.

Drivers from throughout the Northeast are expected to enter the 100-lap
green flag race.

New point leader Chris Pasteryak, of Lisbon, CT., the series only two time-
winner this season, leads the list of entries looking for their first Oxford Plains

Les Hinckley, Windsor Locks, CT., only six points behind Pasteryak, and
one of seven different winners this season, is also an expected entry.

Huntingdon Valley, PA driver Rowan Pennink is entered as is 2009
Oxford winner and defending series champion, Jonathan McKennedy,
of E.Chelmsford, MA.

Maine’s own, Jacob Dore of Sanford, will try to win in front of his home
state crowd. Dore is a former series winner.

Louie Mechalides, fresh off a win last weekend at Canaan, NH., will try to
make it two-in-a-row. Mechalides has many years of experience at the Oxford

Veteran drivers, Rob Goodenough, Swanzey, NH., Jack Bateman, Canaan,
Norman Wrenn, Nashua, NH., Mike Holdridge, Madison, CT., and Dwight
Jarvis, Ascutney,VT are expected.

Timmy Jordan of Plainfield, CT., and Max Zachem, of Preston, CT., is expected

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