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Final Week of Racing Showcased Young Talent at Sugar Hill
Weare, NH – The sixteenth and final weekly racing series event of the 2008 racing season was run off this past Sunday. On the line were some very tight point battles. The battles were not only for the championship, but in one case the difference between finishing second and fifth. The tightest battle for the championship was in the Jr. Outlaw 'A' division. TJ Jeski and Josh Annis came into Sunday tied for the division title. Jeski turned in a solid performance by winning his qualifying heat race and Annis finished third. In the feature, Annis attempted to reclaimed the two points lost in the qualifier by winning the feature. While there were numerous lead changes, Jeski managed to lead the most laps and pick up five bonus points as well as winning the feature, therefore giving him the season championship. Complete Story

Jeski Grabs First at Sugar Hill
Weare, NH – Katelyn Jeski has been chasing a finish that has been very elusive all year in the Jr. Outlaw 'B' division. That finish of course would be first place. This past Sunday, Jeski bested the field in their 25-lap main event to capture her first win. Stephen Makela tried to look to the inside of Jeski a number of times, but never managed to make it stick. Meanwhile he had his hands full holding back Douglas Lazelle. Lazelle grabbed second and shuffled Makela back a position as the field settled into a nose to tail draft. Jeski had clear track to the checkers once the field locked in to wind off 25 quick ones. Complete Story

The date has been set for a year, but before we all know it, the champion's banquet will be upon us. This year's banquet will be held at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH on Saturday, November 15th. For tickets and more information, please print an event flyer.

The 2008 season has just a handful of weeks remaining and the management team at Sugar Hill Speedway has already begun working on next year's schedule, and an on-site karting retail shop with safety gear, parts, karts, and a 2009 rule book. Many of these items will be in place prior to this year's championship banquet in November. Racing action will remain on every Sunday in 2009 with the exception of the two Sprint Cup Series races, Memorial Day, the 4th of July, and Labor Day Weekends.

In the 2008 rulebook, it states that all divisions will go to a Briggs Animal and the Burris Tire in 2009. This decision stands and will not be changed. These rules will not be integrated in 2008. Animal engines will not be allowed in Flathead divisions during this season, except where noted in the 2008 rulebook.

Chagnot Captures Win at Sugar Hill
Weare, NH – Matt Chagnot has had probably the worst luck of his racing career in 2009, but finally shook the monkey off his back this past Sunday when he won in the Box Stock Heavy Oval division. Chagnot turned in a near perfect performance on the way to the win, only swapping the lead with Dylan Payea on a handful of laps. Payea and Eric Williams rounded out the top three.
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Hammar Nails Win at Sugar Hill
Weare, NH – It was just a matter of time before a new winner reached victory lane in the Jr. Outlaw 'B' division at Sugar Hill Speedway. On Sunday, Ryan Hammer was that driver. Douglas Lazelle has been showing great dominance in the class, but the entire field has been getting better and faster as the weeks wind down in the Sugar Hill season. Hammer grabbed the lead on the first lap and held off challenges from Parker Mullins Jr.. Meanwhile, the field was mixing it up behind the front two. Mullins maintained his second position until Lazelle was able to get by for the checkers. Mullins finished third followed by Stephen Makela and Katie Jeski rounding out the top five.
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Decourcy Wins First at Sugar Hill
Weare, NH – A reversal of fortune took place this past Sunday for Jeremy Decourcy. A hard battle, a week prior, coming to the checkers saw the leaders all spin coming off turn four and Dylan Boutwell was the first driver to get his kart across the line for the checkers; Decourcy finished the race on the curb. This past Sunday, Decourcy hung back just enough while a similar race took place at the front of the pack. The leaders tangled and Decourcy saw all checkers as he worked his way by for his first Tiger Sprint 'B' division win.
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Burrant Returns to Victory Lane
Weare, NH – Several win streaks came to an end a week ago, but many drivers hoped to start a new streak as they took to the speedway this past Sunday. One of those drivers is Brittney Burrant in the Eurasian Autoworks Jr. Champ division. Stephen Morsillo ended Burrant's streak last week, but she returned with victory lane in her sights. Burrant was able to convincingly win her feature race on Sunday as Morsillo finished second followed by Nicoal Perreault rounding out the top three.
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Sugar Hill Speedway - Rage Karts Dealer
Sugar Hill Speedway is pleased to announce that they are an Authorized Rage Karts dealer. A chassis is en route for the Sugar Hill Speedway showroom as well as champ parts. Sugar Hill Speedway's showroom is also available for consignment. If you have a kart or kart parts to sell, please call the speedway for more information on how to sell them in the showroom, 603-529-2479.

Eurasian Autoworks LTD Signs As Jr. Champ Heavy Division Sponsor
Sugar Hill Speedway is pleased to announce that Eurasian Autoworks LTD., along with Juanita's Auto, have joined the growing number of 2008 sponsors. The two companies will be the title sponsors of the Jr. Champ Heavy division as part of the Weekly Racing Series at Sugar Hill Speedway.

For over 22 Years, Eurasian Autoworks LTD has been providing quality service and repairs for foreign and domestic vehicles. The Tilton business is conveniently located on West Main Street. Juanita's Auto, at the same location, is your stop for quality pre-owned vehicles. You can get more information about the services offered by Eurasian and Juanita's by asking for Rick Perreault in the pit area every Sunday at Sugar Hill. You can also find more information online:

Sugar Hill Speedway is also pleased to announce the return of the following sponsors: Lovering Volvo, Centrix Bank, and McLaughlin Transportation Systems, Inc.

Amigos Mexican Cantina Plans a Fiesta as Sponsor of Jr. Sportsman Champ Division
Sugar Hill Speedway announced on Thursday another marketing partner for the 30th Anniversary Season set to kick at the end of April. Amigos Mexican Cantina of Milford will be the title division sponsor of the Jr. Sportsman Champ division in the Weekly Racing Series on Sundays.

"We are very excited to have Amigos join the growing list of marketing partners for our 30th anniversary," said Sugar Hill Speedway General Manager Bob Stanhope.

Amigos is located just off the Oval in downtown Milford and is open 7 days a week offering authentic Mexican cuisine. The partnership includes a cross-promotion of Amigos and Sugar Hill Speedway through giveaways and special events at both locations. Amigos offers the "Best Mexican Food North of the Border!" For hours and a menu, visit Amigos online at:

Sugar Hill Speedway's 30th Anniversary season is scheduled to kick off on Sunday, April 27th with the 2nd Annual Sugar Hill 500.

Freedom Cycle Joins Growing List of 30th Anniversary Marketing Partners
Sugar Hill Speedway is happy to announce that Freedom Cycle in Concord, NH has joined the 30th Anniversary Celebration and will have a visible presence at each event in 2008.

Established in 1977, Freedom Cycle has built its success on customer service and satisfaction. They have over 150 models of new and used motorcycles, dirt bikes, snowmobiles, scooters, and ATV’s on display. Add to that over $450,000 in parts, accessories, and clothing.

For more information about Freedom Cycle, visit them online:

Sugar Hill Speedway & Form 30th Anniversary Partnership
Weare, NH – Sugar Hill Speedway, a motorsports facility located in Central New Hampshire, will celebrate 30 years of kart racing in 2008. On Monday, speedway management announced a partnership with to promote the 2008 schedule of events being hosted by the speedway. The partnership also promotes the design services and products offered by

“ has been a pleasure to work with on the design of our 30th anniversary schedules,” stated General Manager Bob Stanhope. 

“We provided them with our photos and a brief overview of what we wanted to see on the schedule cards and they produced a top notch product that we are very happy to use to promote the speedway,” continued Stanhope. creates custom printed hero cards for racers, tours, and speedways at prices starting as low as $40. A variety of packages are offered through the website as well as the ability to make a secure payment for your purchase. 

“Sugar Hill Speedway members will receive a sample of the hero cards produced by within the next month,” said Stanhope. 

“Plus, one lucky member will win a package for 100 hero cards from at the first weekly racing series event scheduled for Sunday, May 4th,” continued Stanhope. 

Sugar Hill Speedway and management teams are very excited to work together and will continue to develop a relationship leading up to the year end banquet in November. 

For more information about Sugar Hill Speedway, visit or call 603-529-2479. For more information about My, visit or call 800-535-4079.

Point Fund for Box Stock Heavy Oval Division
Sugar Hill Speedway and New England Kart Center reached an agreement on Monday that will provide a point fund for the Box Stock Heavy Oval division. The point fund will be distributed at the 2008 Banquet of Champions to be held at the Grappone Center in Concord, NH. The fund will be built from purchases made through New England Kart Center. When a driver purchases a box stock animal motor from New England Kart Center, $25 of each purchase will go to the point fund. The point fund will be distributed to the drivers competing in the Box Stock Heavy Oval division with a motor from New England Kart Center.

Sugar Hill Speedway is pleased to announce a renewed marketing partnership with GSInet for the 2008 season.

"GSInet has been a longtime supporter of the racing program at Sugar Hill speedway," said General Manager Bob Stanhope.

"We look forward to continuing that relationship as part of our 30th anniversary season," continued Stanhope.

GSInet provides a full range of services including high speed Internet access, web hosting, and website development across southern New Hampshire. GSInet hosts the official website of Sugar Hill Speedway at

Providing Clarity on Rulebook
We have taken a few calls at the office since the rule book was released. Here is some clarity to some of the questions received:
1. Define 'Sugar Hill Speedway Approved Engine Builder' -
For Tigers and Outlaws, there is no change. We will honor seals from New England Kart Center and Wild Thing Karts. All motors are still subject to technical inspection.
2. Box Stock Heavy Oval Seals - We honor sealed motors from any authorized NorthEast Pavement Series Engine Builder. If you don't want your motor inspected by a professional engine builder before hitting the track (not recommended) and want to have your motor drop shipped directly from the manufacturer to the doorsteps at Sugar Hill Speedway, we will seal on-site at the speedway. All motors are still subject to technical inspection.
3. Sugar Hill Speedway reserves the right to seal any motor. - If following a race day technical inspection, you want your motor sealed before you leave the speedway. You can put it back together in front of the Technical Inspector and a seal will be placed back on your motor. All motors are still subject to technical inspection.
4. Why a Spec Tire? The Burris tire was chosen for a number of reasons. We are aligning our rules with other tracks and series. The tires longevity will keep the costs of racing down. With a spec tire, Sugar Hill Speedway will set a durometer rule. This will keep the playing field level. Burris Racing is giving back to the racers. Burris Racing has been great to deal with in our off season discussions and they offer an awards package for the racers at the yearend banquet. In addition, they worked with Sugar Hill Speedway to offer a tremendous discount to transition to a spec tire. The compounds chosen will allow competitors to race at Sugar Hill and in other races such as the NorthEast Pavement Series without the added expense of purchasing a different tire for everywhere they race.

There is a new camping policy at Sugar Hill Speedway. Campers can only be on the grounds for race weekends. Campers may not be stored during the week. Generators and music must be turned off at night. Our neighbors are very close and we must be respectful of this fact. A curfew will be in place.

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