Due to the current conditions with COVID-19 and social distancing and to protect the health of our members and their families, WGVR will not be having our meetings until further notice from the Governor's office.
UPDATED JULY 28, 2020 *
August races: All Pending on word from Track Owners & Officials
8th Riverside Speedway, Groveton NH ELM, Outlaw
22nd Speedway 95, Hermon ME ELM, Outlaw
29th Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford ME ELM, Outlaw
* MVRCA 2020 Summerfest has been postponed until 2021
1st Race of 2020: 6/19 - Lee Speedway, Milford NH - Early Late (winner Kevin Waterhouse) and Outlaws (winner Arthur Hannaford)
7/11 Oxford ELM (winner Bub Dow)
7/25 Oxford Hobby (winner Adrien Williams)
DRIVERS: All cars must be inspected before going on any track! Contact your Division Director with any questions on meetings, inspections, practices or races.
COVID-19 Update from Wiscasset Speedway.
Due to the extension of the Governor’s stay at home orders and subsequent plans for slowly opening businesses and group activities, we will be suspending our 2020 racing schedule until further notice. However long – or short – this suspension will be is unknown at this moment.
Our plan, for now, is to continue to communicate with state officials to determine specifically when we will be able to conduct group practices and eventually races.
In the meantime, the track will be available for individual car practices as well as tire & parts sales BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
• limited to driver and maximum 5 crew members
• call Vanessa Jordan (207) 491-3720 between 9a-5p Monday thru Friday to schedule.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation
Message from Rosey Gerry 207-975-5432
Everything is fine here, except not much for work with most places closed down and the mud season!
Got to say weather hasn’t helped!
If the winter months aren’t long enough, we get hit with this, so one thing I did was go winter camping, found that to be quite rewarding even though I hate winter. still was fun!
Missed seeing you all over the past months, and still we don’t know when we will be able to get together!
Been working when it’s half/way nice out, on my Caboose camper, it’s a slow process!
That being said, before we go any further, there is NO WG MEETING for May.
So, one thing we should be doing is calling one another and just say "how ya doing” or tell us what’s new with your racecar or what’s going on in your life we’d like to hear it!
Let’s not die on the vine!
Keeping in touch with one another can help pick up one’s spirits when things are dry!
When will we be racing this season, it’s a good question, the future is unknown at this point in time, that’s why it would be good to keep in touch with your division directors if no one else! ……..All division's should be doing this!
That being said Hobby Division drivers if you’ve only taken one class or haven’t taken any I’m gonna leave it up to you to contact me to bring you up to date! Don’t let this slide and just show up and say “I Didn’t know or I thought”! Disappointment is a real let down, but rules need to be followed!
And if this shut down should open up so track’s decide to let you go practice, Call me and I will come to inspect your car.
Hobby Division people!
STOP! DO NOT GO ONTO TRACK FOR PRACTICE WITHOUT YOUR CAR BEING INSPECTED! Call Me!
We will get through this, but only if we work together, Our WG president will keep us informed as soon as he and the race director hear something.
In the mean time talk to each other no matter what division your in, it builds strenght!
Those of you who have or do face book please pass this on!
Hobby people you may get this twice cause your on both list!
Be safe, and don’t take chances whether on the street or home, or on the track, it’s just not all about you!
Hope to see you all soon!
All MEETINGS are held at Governor's Restaurant, 376 Main St, Waterville, ME 04901 on the first Sunday of the month during the non-racing season
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