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The Northeastern Midget Association announces the release of NEMA Vintage photo's on DVD. The presentation is from the collection of one of the most respected journalist, historians and statisticians in New England, Pete Zanardi.

The range of drivers, owners, tracks and race cars depicted in the collection are the who's who in Northeastern midget racing. The forefathers that laid the foundation for present day racing are illustrated in color and black and white photo's complete with captions. Bill Randall, Ray Roberts, Ronnie Evans and Jerry Russo just to name a few drivers from NEMA's infancy.

The early cage days drivers are represented by Bill Roth, Lee Smith, Hank Stevens and Len Thrall for example. And to finish out the last couple of decades are the Fornoros, Stoehrs, Scrivanis, Seymours and many many more. The cars are as big as the drivers on this DVD that range from the Badgers to the uprights, cage and cageless, even some Offy's.

The DVD is 332 pictures strong and is a must for any early day racing enthusiast.

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Brockton, MA  -  NEMA President, Mike Scrivani, announced today that the Northeastern Midget Association and Hoosier Tire East have inked an exclusive, three year deal. Under the deal, NEMA will have exclusive rights in the Northeast to the current plated compounds (RR 7, 7.3, RF 5, LR, 5 and LF, 4, 5) and will be the only series in the Northeast running these particular tires.

Hoosier will also continue to be a major contributor to the NEMA point fund, and in addition have offered fixed pricing for the racer over the next three years.
“NEMA has enjoyed a long history with Hoosier. This sport is about supporting those who take care of you, and supporting each other. We feel that we have the best product in Hoosier and look forward to a long relationship with them,” said NEMA President, Mike Scrivani. “We have an exciting schedule brewing for 2015 and expect great car counts,” said Scrivani.

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 11th
POSTPONED TO
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DUE TO WEATHER

THE NEMA
ANGELILLO MEMORIAL
Remembering Gene and Marilyn
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8th - 5:00 PM
NEMA MIDGETS ONLY - NO LITES
Photos by John DaDalt
Photos by Mike Rothwell
NEMA MIDGETS - THOMPSON - 8/8/18
Pos. # Driver  Hometown Owner
1 48 Todd Bertrand Danielson, CT Bertrand Motorsports
2 21 Jim Chambers Atkinson, NH Mike Chambers
3 47 Cole Carter Indianapolis, IN Bertrand Motorsports
4 30 Paul Scally Raynham, MA Paul Scally
5 1 Ben Seitz Bourne, MA Bertrand Motorsports
6 74 Randy Cabral Kingston, MA Bertrand Motorsports
7 87 Doug Cleveland Sudbury, MA Doug Cleveland
8 18 Andy Lunt - - Christian Briggs
9 39 Avery Stoehr Lakeville, MA Bertrand Motorsports
10 50 Kevin Park Plainville, MA Pete Pernisiglio Sr.
11 A1 Mike Horn Ashland, MA Jeff Horn
12 7 Alan Chambers Atkinson, NH Mike Chambers
13 9 John  Zych Jr. Mendon, MA John Zych Sr.
Bertrand King of NEMA at Thompson's
Budweiser King of Beers 150
Todd Bertrand fended off 6 time NEMA champion Randy Cabral in the early stages of last Thursday's NEMA event at the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (TSMP), and held off Jim Chambers, who started deep in the field, after a late race restart with five laps remaining in the event. It was Bertrand's third win in a row at TSMP, including last year's World Series, this year's Lites Icebreaker, and last Thursday.

In the feature, Alan Chambers and Mike Horn brought the field down to the green flag. At the drop of the green, Horn jumped out into the lead, and Avery Stoehr in the Bertrand 39 quickly advanced into second, with Bertrand coming from sixth to third.

Bertrand made quick work of Stoehr with a move in turns one and two, and passed Horn on the next corner. Bertrand then began to set a torrid pace, running the only 17 second laps of the feature event. Further back, it was Stoehr, and Randy Cabral broke free of traffic, but out front it was all Bertrand, who stretched his lead out to over a straightaway at one point.

A lap eight restart, saw Bertrand pull Stoehr coming off of turn four, as Stoehr's car bobbled and he slipped back in the field. Cabral would go to second, as Indiana's Cole Carter advanced to third, with Chambers in tow in fourth.

By the halfway point, it was apparent that Cabral's car was experiencing issues, as he began to slip back in the field, coming to rest with five laps remaining. He later pitted and it was determined that a fractured left rear shock mount was causing the car to bottom out on the race track. His crew made quick adjustments, and he was able to complete the event.

On the restart, it was Bertrand followed by Chambers and Carter, but Bertrand would again pull away. Chambers would manage to get within five carlengths at the finish, but Bertrand would take down the win with Chambers second, Carter third, Paul Scally, Ben Seitz, Randy Cabral, Doug Cleveland, Andrew Lunt, Avery Stoehr, and Kevin Park.

"We started the day off 2nd quick in practice, but the lap times were about 8 tenths of a second off compared to the fastest times on a good day, so I knew the track would change. Unfortunately, we only made one practice because we were caught off guard with the rain -- this ended up being a good thing because we didn't chase the track," said Bertrand.

"We stuck to our gut for feature setup with a similar package to what we won with at the World Series. In hot laps before the race started, I tested the car high and low and immediately knew we had a really good piece. Having confidence in your car, especially at the beginning, is where these races are often won or lost. I knew if we got out front in clean air, we would be hard to beat. The biggest challenge once your there, is not knowing how fast everyone else is behind you. So you just have to drive it like you stole it," he said.
 
SATURDAY, JULY 28TH
NEMA LITES 50 LAP O'BRIEN MEMORIAL
NEMA LITES FEATURE: L to R - Winner Jake Trainor #8;
2nd - Avery Stoehr #21; & 3rd - Richie Coy #19
Photos by
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NEMA LITES - NL-W SPEEDBOWL - 7/28/18
Pos. # Driver  Hometown Owner
1 8T Jake Trainor Medway, MA Mike Trainor
2 21 Avery Stoehr Lakeville, MA Mike Scrivani
3 19 Richie Coy Haskell, NJ Richie Coy
4 30 Paul Scally Raynham, MA Paul Scally
5 5 Dylan Duhaime Loudon, NH Jim Cataldo
6 76 John Zych Jr. Mendon, MA Frank Manafort
7 38 Ryan Locke Chester, NH Ken Locke
8 41 Meg CuginI Marshfield, MA Glenn Cugini
9 35 Randy Cabral Kingston, MA Glen Cabral
10 17 Kyle Valeri Monument Beach, MA Peter Valeri
11 9 Ben Mikitarian Northborough, MA John Mikitarian
12 51 Dan CuginI Marshfield, MA Dan Cugini
13 2 Bruce Finley Webster, MA Jim Cataldo
14 16 Matt O'Brien Wilmington, MA Chris O'Brien
15 36 Rob Ricardi - - - Glen Cabral
16 52 Tyler Rivard - - - Kevin Park
17 48 Matt Janisch Nazareth, PA Matt Janisch
Trainor Captures NEMA's O'Brien Memorial
at New London Waterford Speedbowl
On Saturday July 28th, the Northeastern Midget Association invaded the New London-Waterford Speedbowl for the annual Jim O'Brien Memorial Race, a fifty lap event. Youngster Jake Trainor beat back veterans Avery Stoehr, Richie Coy and Paul Scally to take down his first ever victory, to become one of the youngest ever winners in the Northeastern Midget Association at thirteen years old.

Jim O'Brien was a legendary car owner and club officer, who for a span of four decades personified the best of NEMA. At a very young age, he was introduced to the Midgets by his father and in 1970, joined the NEMA family as a car owner. He earned feature wins with Johnny Evans, driving his Falcon powered Kurtis, and Doug Cleveland who powered to victory in his home built "Pink Panther" laydown chassis.

"Jim O'Brien was a staple in the foundation of NEMA," said NEMA President Tim Bertrand. "He was one of the pioneers who helped pave the way for pavement midget racing in the Northeast, as we see it today," he said. "To put on such a great show for the fans with the Lites was icing on the cake for Jim and the O'Brien family," said Bertrand.

When the green flag flew in the O'Brien Memorial this past Saturday, Trainor and Kyle Valeri brought the field to the green flag. Meg Cugini jumped out into the lead from her third starting spot. Cugini paced the field through the first ten laps, as Valeri and Trainor were closely in tow.

Trainor would get by Valeri, and then begin setting his sights on Cugini. On lap ten, Trainor would strike and pass Cugini for the lead.

Further back, Avery Stoehr was working his way from the twelfth starting position and was fifth by lap twelve, along with Richie Coy, Paul Scally, and Dylan Duhaime.

A lap twenty five caution, the only one of the event, would bunch the field back up. On the restart, Stoehr would blast his way into second, and stay within two carlengths of Trainor.

As the duo approached lapped traffic, Stoehr looked low a couple of times, but Trainor worked the traffic masterfully, and would go on to take down the victory. Stoehr would finish second, followed by, Coy, Scally, Duhaime, John Zych, Ryan Locke, Dan Cugini, Meg Cugini and Randy Cabral.

"The race started off with me just working the top after falling to 3rd on the start. Kyle Valeri and Meg Cugini put up a good fight trying to run them on the top. Once I got the lead, I took it easy until the caution came out on lap 24 for a car dead on track. By then it was mainly defensive driving and constantly hearing the 21 car driving in right on my left rear. With 3 to go I came up to a lap car that I got around quickly on the top and if Avery didn't get hung up for about corner he probably would of gotten me. And I really had no words after winning, and I couldn't believe I held off the 21 to win. I just want to thank all the members who believed in me and made this year possible," said Trainor.

"We had to start further back, but the car was working awesome on the top," said Stoehr. "On the restart I got to 2nd and my car got progressively tighter - then I moved down to the bottom and was hoping Jake Would get hung up in lapped traffic but he really did a phenomenal job kept it under him watched him get loose a few times and he straightened it right out, he did a great job, hats off to those guys," said Stoehr.

NEMA picks back up on August 8th with the full NEMA cars at the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.
     
On Saturday July 28th, the Northeastern Midget Association Lites will shine at the “Bowl” for the fourth running of this memorable event.  Last year, Jim O’Brien was sure smiling down from above as Ryan Bigelow dominated the field at the historic Thompson Speedway to take down the coveted win. This year, the NEMA Lites will take center stage and continue to write history for the fourth annual Jim O'Brien Memorial Race. 


Jim O'Brien was a legendary car owner and club officer, who for a span of four decades personified the best of NEMA. At a very young age, he was introduced to the Midgets by his father and in 1970, joined the NEMA family as a car owner. He earned feature wins with Johnny Evans, driving his Falcon powered Kurtis, and Doug Cleveland who powered to victory in his home built “Pink Panther” laydown chassis.  In 1975 he won the Coca-Cola dirt track championship with Hank Stevens at the wheel.  Jim was an innovative fabricator and engine builder and with his sons by his side, he always built his own cars and motors. For years he served as a NEMA contest board member, once a vice-president, and for 13 consecutive years as the treasurer. His life-long dedication to the club was truly outstanding and in 2003, he was inducted into the NEMA Hall of Fame. However, most notably Jim was always one that stood-up and fought for fair competition and defended the “little guy” – racers who ran with small budgets. 

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In the same spirit of Jim O’Brien, the NEMA Lites were created with two principals - cost effectiveness and fair competition.  While the NEMA midgets are considered the fastest midgets in the world, the NEMA Lites boast to be “lite” on the wallet, making them the perfect fit to highlight the Jim O'Brien memorial race.
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June 21st Cruise Night
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this season - 2,000+ vehicles.
Photos by Bill Van Slyke
  
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2018 NEMA SCHEDULES
NEMA MIDGETS   NEMA LITES
NEMA Releases Robust 2018
Series Touring Schedule
At its annual awards banquet, Northeastern Midget Association President, Tim Bertrand, released the club's 2018 schedule to the membership as he recapped the 2017 season. Thirteen combined NEMA/NEMA Lite shows, and four "Lites Only" shows highlight a season that brings NEMA back to many of its familiar, historic "haunts."

"We plan to play off of the success that we had in the 2017 season, as a club. We had strong car counts in the 30-35 range every week, with a season high of nearly 50 cars at the Boston Louie event," said club President, Bertrand. "I see us only continuing to gain momentum for 2018. We've got a number of new teams coming into the Lite series, and continue to see our car counts improve with the NEMA division," said Bertrand.

NEMA starts its season at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park's annual ICEBREAKER event, with a Lites only race. The club then moves on to its annual "Test & Tune" at the New London Waterford Speedbowl on Sunday, April 22nd.

"Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park has enjoyed its great partnership with with the Northeastern Midget Association. For the past several seasons, they have provided some of the most exciting competition at Thompson and we are delighted to welcome them back in 2018," said Chief Operating Officer & GM of the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Josh Vanada.

The combined group kicks off its season at the New London Waterford Speedbowl's "Blastoff" event on May 5th, which highlights its first of four combined events at the Speedbowl.

"I'm really excited about 2018, and having the NEMA cars back. They put on great shows for us in 2017, and we're looking forward to seeing more of that in 2018,"said GM of the New London Waterford Speedbowl, George Whitney.

The Lites then move on to Star Speedway on May 19th, with a Lites only show.

The combined group then moves on to Wiscassett Speedway on June 2nd, starting a busy stretch in June - the first of two shows there, and to the famed Riverhead Raceway on June 9th. The Lites then race at Thompson on June 13th with the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

The Butch Walsh Memorial then highlights the schedule on June 16th at Star Speedway, and June concludes with the Boston Louie Memorial at Seekonk Speedway's Open Wheel Wednesday on Wednesday June 27th.

July 14th will be the always popular Iron Mike Scrivani Memorial at the Monadnock Speedway, and July 21st Star Speedway will host the Marvin Rifchin Memorial.

The Lites then travel back to the Waterford Speedbowl on July 28th for a 50 lap event celebrating the late Jim O'Brien, and NEMA goes to Thompson on August 8th for a NEMA only event with the Whelen Modified Tour. August 11th will be a combined show at the New London Waterford Speedbowl for its annual Wings & Wheels event with the ISMA Super Modifieds, and the club will celebrate the late Gene and Marilyn Angelillo at this event.

The Lites travel back to Star Speedway on September 1st, for a Lites Only event, and the combined group will be back to Wiscassett Speedway for a special extra distance event on September 8th.

The combined group then travels back to the Waterford Speedbowl for an open wheel extravaganza with the Modified Racing Series.

October concludes the season for the club, with the Shane Hammond Memorial at Thompson's World Series of Racing, and the New London Waterford Speedbowl the following weekend for their season ending event.

2018 NEMA MIDGETS   2018 NEMA LITES
 
NEMA's 1000th Race - Star Speedway - 8/23/14
CARLSON - CABRAL - ZYCH

Recognizing Some
NEMA Milestones

The Northeastern Midget Association will open the season at Star Speedway on May 21. It will be the 1018th point-paying race in the club's 63-year history.

Passing unheralded was the club's 1,000th race at Star Speedway on August 23, 2014. Randy Cabral was the winner, besting John Zych Jr. and Seth Carlson.

New England's oldest and most enduring touring division, NEMA was formed in the late spring of 1953 at the Thompson clubhouse. Fred Meeker was the first NEMA winner at Seekonk Speedway on May 30, 1953. New England Auto Racing Hall of Famer Bill Eldridge won the next afternoon at Waterford.

The NEMA Lites open at Thompson Speedway's Icebreaker on April 9. There have been 106 races for a division that started with an exhibition run at New London-Waterford in 2008. The 100th Lites race was won by Danny Cugini at Lee on July 17 of last year.

With two victories last year, Randy Cabral is now tied with Nokie Fornoro in fourth place on NEMA's all-time win list with 47. He has 16 seasons with a least one victory tying him with Bobby Seymour on that list. They have come consecutively, equaling a NEMA standard set by National Midget Hall of Famer Dave Humphrey. Most of Cabral's wins have come in Tim Bertrand's No. 47 but it all started when an upstart Cabral captured the 2000 Boston Louie in a family car.

Star Speedway, with 103 races going back to 1968, is the leader among tracks hosting NEMA events. Randy Cabral tops active NEMA competitors with four Star wins including three of the last four. John Zych Jr. has also won at Star.

NEMA is clearly one of the most competitive open cockpit divisions in the country. Over the past six years, there have been 23 different NEMA winners and in all but one of those seasons, at least one "first-timer" appeared. Over that span John Zych Jr., Todd Bertrand, Avery Stoehr and Seth Carlson have become top contenders. Danny Cugini and Jim Chambers were first time winners in 2015. Bertrand, Stoehr and Cugini are all products of the NEMA Lites. The Lites have had 20-different winners in the past three seasons, champion Anthony Payne and Megan Cugini among the 2015 first timers. Designed with competiveness in the forefront nine years ago, the Lites are a true success story.

Nominations are now being accepted for the New England Auto Racers Hall of Fame. The nomination form and procedure are available on the New England Antique Racers' website - www.near1.org. Please disregard the posted deadlines.

Those with NEMA connections already enshrined are Gene Angelillo, Chuck Arnold, Burt Brooks, Ray Brown,Joe Csiki, Bill Eldridge, Frank Ferrara, Drew Fornoro, Dave Humphrey, Johnny Kay, Wen Kelly, Rollie Lindblad, John McCarthy, George Monsen, Al Pillion, Billy Randall, Marvin Rifchin, Mike Scrivani Sr., Louie Seymour, Hank Stevens, Ed Stone and Bentley Warren.
 
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