leeLee, NH – Lee USA Speedway owners and promoters Red and Judy MacDonald proudly announced this week that a new supporter will be coming on board for the 2014 season, with EKeys4Cars taking the lead sponsorship role for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Small Block Supermodifieds.


EKeys4Cars, headquartered in North Andover, MA, is the industry leader in providing replacement keys for all makes and models of cars, and their longtime involvement in the sport at the local level has led to the recent announcement of their sponsorship of the headline NASCAR WAAS division at “New Hampshire’s Center of Speed”


Principal Ted Broadhurst of EKeys4Cars has a strong history of supporting local racing, most notably having his company name on board as a sponsor of former Lee USA Speedway and current two-time American Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Model champion driver Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and the Bruce Bernhardt Ford over the past several seasons, but his roots run even deeper at Lee USA.


Broadhurst’s Ekeys4Cars has been the title sponsor for the popular Northeast Classic Lites series, featuring 5/8ths scale racers reminiscent of the “good old days”, when 1930’s and ‘40’s coupes and sedans were the order of business on the local ovals.  The NECL racers have become a popular addition to the Lee USA family over the past few seasons.


In one form or another, Broadhurst and his team have been supporting the racing action at Lee USA for over 25 years, dating back to the late 1980’s, when his duties included publishing a weekly program covering the action at the fast 3/8ths mile oval shortly after it’s inception earlier in the decade.


Lee’s 2014 Small Block Supermodified roster includes several of the nation’s top drivers in the open-wheel ranks, with feature-winning wheelmen such as three-time track champion Tommy Tombarello, Jr., Mike Netishen, “Super Dave” Sanborn, and Sparky MacIver just a few of those considered favorites for the championship.


No stranger to post-season banquet head tables, former Lee USA and NASCAR regional champion Ricky Wolf, Jr. is another pilot looking for 2014 glory, as are previous Small Block Super feature-winners Moe Lattime, Leslie Keyser, Jake Stergios, and Mike Spurling.


Former Hobby Stocker Kyle Sawyer is just one of several newcomers to the division who are planning to put in their bids for the 2014 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship, where the Rookie of the Year battle is usually as exciting as the championship chase.


Speedway owners and promoters Red and Judy MacDonald, along with track manager Bill Callen extend a warm welcome to the newest title sponsor at the track, and look forward to even more excitement in 2014, when the EKeys4Cars Small Block Supermodifieds take center stage at “New Hampshire‘s Center of Speed“