Crow Hill Motor Sports Park
next stop for Can-Am RMR Series, Presented by
the New England Dodge Dealers
HAMPSTEAD, N.H. (July 24, 2007) - For most
ATV racers, returning to a familiar track is a
great confidence booster. For some, it's a
chance to get things pointed in the right
direction after a slow start, while for others,
it's an opportunity to build on positive
Those goals will be on the mind of dozens
this coming Sunday, July 29, as teams and
officials from Rock Maple Racing (RMR) return to
the beautiful Crow Hill Motor Sports Park in
Templeton, Mass., for Round 4 of the 10-race
2007 Can-Am RMR series.
Gates open at 6 a.m. for racers and 8 a.m. for
spectators. Racing action begins promptly at 9
a.m. Tickets are $10 per person for adults,
while children age 5 and under will be admitted
free. Food and beverages will be available at
the track from the Templeton Lions Club.
Crow Hill Motor Sports Park is located on the
West Road. For easy access, take Exit 19 off
Rte. 2 West and follow Rte. 202.
The day's program will begin with qualifying
action for all classes. These qualifying races
allow riders to learn quick lines around the
challenging track. It all builds to an exciting
climax at roughly 1 p.m. as Finals for all
classes begin. Riders from around the northeast
will be gunning for trophies and valuable points
as they chase the coveted class championships.
Local riders to watch this Sunday include the
riders from Stasvkelis Motorsports; John and
Nick Stasvkelis and James Handy, all from
Hubbardston, Massachusetts. Handy is hot off his
first RMR Pro win in Round 3 at Thunder Ridge on
July 15. Other locals include Montana Jess
(Westminster); Alex Parker (Brimfield); Dave and
Jill Walsh (Groton); Glynn Desilva (Billerica)
and Nick Reynolds (Dracut).
When the series last visited Crow Hill for
Round 2 on June 24, Dave Larochelle, of St.
Prosper, Que, earned his second straight Pro
Open victory. Handy notched his second runner-up
finish in two outings, while Connecticut native
Dan Connell finished third. Jon Glynn of Oakham,
MA, and Weare, New Hampshire's Luke Marois
completed the top five.
Freddy Kiefer stepped up his program after a
third place run in Round 1 at Twister Valley,
winning the New England Dodge Dealers Pro Am
Unlimited final. Kiefer, of Pennellville, NY,
led Glynn and Bruce Lewis across the line in an
exciting feature. Max Anderson won the A
Unlimited final, holding off a hard-charging
Brian Daigle and Andre Marois for top honors.
Teams in the Can-Am RMR Series compete in two
different divisions - MX and Utility. The MX
series is for 2-wheel drive race-oriented
machines, while the Utility division is for
entry-level riders on 4-wheel drive or
utility-based machines. RMR utilizes a separate
race course for 4x4 machines where they compete
in the QuadTerrain Challenge.
Rock Maple Racing is the eastern affiliate of
the World Powersports Association (WPSA), the
national sanctioning body for ATV racing. The
sanctioning body will embark on its 16th season
of snocross racing in early December at
Whaleback Mtn. In Enfield, New Hampshire. For
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