LRRS/CCS: Scott Greenwood Wins Seven Races At NHMS

LRRS/CCS: Scott Greenwood Wins Seven Races At NHMS

© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By LRRS/NHMS:.

LRRS is More Than Just Motorcycle Racing – It’s a Family Event

Riders come to Loudon from New England and beyond for not only the great racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but also the family atmosphere offered by the Loudon Road Race Series.

LOUDON, N.H. – There are two main themes surrounding any Loudon Road Race Series weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Motorcycles is the obvious one, but from the moment the first rider arrives in the garage on Thursday to the moment the last rider rolls out of the tunnel on Sunday evening, the weekend is about family. Round four was no different.

“It’s definitely a family sport,” said Scott Greenwood, who took seven checkered flags this weekend. “I’ve been here a long time, so all the kids have grown up here. It’s really cool to race with Sam in every race. We’re back and forth on the track, and I try to help him improve, which keeps me motivated to keep trying as well.”

The Greenwoods have been a fixture at LRRS weekends since 1991 when Scott began racing at age 18 behind his older brother Bill. Now 46, the former track champion and father of three, enjoys race weekends with 21-year-old son Sam, who races in the Expert class alongside him, and four-year-old Greyson, who’s chomping at the bit to start racing like his dad and big brother.

“Greyson is on his strider bike every five minutes with his helmet and gloves on,” laughed Greenwood. “I imagine I might be here a little longer.”

Riders reach speeds of nearly 150 mph along the frontstretch, and one slight mistake or mechanical error, can cause an exciting race to change into terrifying moments in an instant. For father/son riders Jeff and Jake Vader, the LRRS family has been more than a group of fellow riders, but a family support system, more than once.

“Because of Jake’s aggressive, want to go faster nature, he’s been down a few times,” said Jeff Vader. “The support is absolutely amazing, and I see it every race weekend. I’ve shared in it, I’ve seen people jumping in to help with trailer packing and everything else and even checking on him when he’s hurt. It’s just a great family.”

Sometimes it’s being that shoulder to lean on in intense moments, and sometimes it’s smaller things like helping a rider stay cool, hydrated and letting him relax in preparation for his next race that makes all the difference. Alex Guilbeault, expert rider No. 32 who works full time at the speedway, battled extreme exhaustion on Saturday only to bounce back on Sunday with a career best lap time of 1:13.384 in the Expert Middleweight Superbike, only 0.138 seconds behind Scott Greenwood’s best lap time that race.

“I try to stay hydrated, but working long days out in the heat all day finally took its toll on me,” said Guilbeault. “I’m feeling ten times better today. I’ve got fluids in me, a good night’s sleep, some good food, enjoyed the air conditioning and slept in my own bed last night, which certainly made a difference. Having my family at the race track is like having the comforts of being at home. They pick me up on the bad days, celebrate with me on the good days and allow me to live the life I love.”

Round five of the Loudon Road Race Series returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway August 17-18.

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Round Four Results (Top Three):

Formula 40 Lights Expert:

1. Charles “Jesse” Sandoz

2. Rick Doucette

3. Steven Heider

Formula 40 Unlimited Expert:

1. Eric Wood

2. Mike Clark

3. David Dayon

Formula 50 Lights Expert:

1. Brett Guyer

2. Rick Doucette

3. Christopher Reynolds

GTL Expert:

1. Rick Doucette

2. Charles “Jesse” Sandoz

3. Brett Guyer

GTO Expert:

1. Cory Hildebrand

2. Tyler Wasserbauer

3. Scott Mullin

GTU Expert:

1. Scott Greenwood

2. Paul Duval

3. Joel Laub

Heavyweight Superbike Expert:

1. Scott Greenwood

2. Samuel Greenwood

3. Alex Guilbeault

Heavyweight Supersport Expert:

1. Scott Greenwood

2. Daniel Weems

3. Marcelo Lautert

Lightweight Grand Prix Expert:

1. Charles “Jesse” Sandoz

2. Brett Guyer

3. Rick Doucette

Lightweight Sportsman Expert:

1. Brett Guyer

2. Elijah Block

3. Bill Morey

Lightweight Superbike Expert:

1. Charles “Jesse” Sandoz

2. Harlan Hildebrand

3. Scott Mullin

Lightweight Supersport Expert:

1. Steven Heider

2. Peter Gaboriault

3. Bill Coolahan

Motard Expert:

1. Elijah Block

2. Kevin Allen

3. Adam Clark

Moto3 Expert:

1. Shawn Spear

2. Christopher Woodman

Middleweight Formula 40 Expert:

1. Scott Greenwood

2. Paul Duval

3. Kip Peterson

Middleweight Grand Prix *Dash for Cash* Expert:

1. Scott Greenwood

2. Samuel Greenwood

3. Rick Doucette

Middleweight Superbike Expert:

1. Scott Greenwood

2. Alex Guilbeault

3. Justin Landry

Middleweight Supersport Expert:

1. Scott Greenwood

2. Samuel Greenwood

3. Justin Landry

Super Singles Expert:

1. Brett Guyer

2. Rick Breen

3. Adam Clark

Thunderbike Expert:

1. Charles “Jesse” Sandoz

2. Tim Hogan

3. Harlan Hildebrand

Ultralight GP Expert:

1. Brett Guyer

2. Gus Rodio

3. Wesley Lakis

Ultralight Superbike Expert:

1. Peter Gaboriault

2. Steven Heider

3. Rick Breen

Unlimited Grand Prix Expert:

1. Eric Wood

2. Cory Hildebrand

3. Tyler Wasserbauer

Unlimited Superbike Expert:

1. Eric Wood

2. Tyler Wasserbauer

3. Scott Mullin

Unlimited Supersport Expert:

1. Eric Wood

2. Cory Hildebrand

3. Scott Mullin

Formula 40 Lights Amateur:

1. Bruce Marshall

2. Stephen Biehl

Formula 40 Unlimited Amateur:

1. Vicente Frontinan

2. Lloyd Palmer

3. Eric Fogg

Formula 50 Lights Amateur:

1. Simao Neto

2. Bruce Marshall

3. Stephen Biehl

GTL Amateur:

1. Robert Bettencourt

2. John Lear

3. James Folan

GTO Amateur:

1. Geoffrey Bonnard

2. Kamran Pelkey

3. Thomas Hynes IV

GTU Amateur:

1. Vicente Frontinan

2. Anthony DiCecca

3. Matthew Farrell

Heavyweight Superbike Amateur:

1. Vicente Frontinan

2. David Caldwell

3. Anthony DiCecca

Heavyweight Supersport Amateur:

1. Brian Fernald

2. Michael Guarino

3. Daniel Zimmer

Lightweight Grand Prix Amateur:

1. Charles Blumberg

2. Jason Sauvageau

3. Robert Bettencourt

Lightweight Sportsman Amateur:

1. Brooks Saunders

2. Anthony Franco

3. Christopher Girard

Lightweight Superbike Amateur:

1. Jason Sauvageau

2. Kerry Smith

3. Charles Blumberg

Lightweight Supersport Amateur:

1. Charles Blumberg

2. Christian Connor

3. Johnathan Wood

Motard Amateur:

1. Simao Neto

2. Brooks Saunders

3. Daniel Zimmer

Moto 3 Amateur:

No entries

Middleweight Formula 40 Amateur:

1. Vicente Frontinan

2. Lloyd Palmer

3. Christopher Bouchard

Middleweight Grand Prix *Dash for Cash* Amateur:

1. John Beaulieu

2. Daniel Zimmer

3. Matthew Farrell

Middleweight Superbike Amateur:

1. David Caldwell

2. Brian Fernald

3. Paul Hosue

Middleweight Supersport Amateur:

1. Vicente Frontinan

2. Daniel Zimmer

3. Michael Guarino

Super Singles Amateur:

1. Daniel Zimmer

2. Brooks Saunders

3. Anthony Franco

Thunderbike Amateur:

1. Christian Connor

2. Kevin Fogg

3. Edward Forer

Ultralight GP Amateur:

1. Michael Zoner

2. Robert Vaughan

3. John Lear

Ultralight Superbike Amateur:

1. Charles Blumberg

2. Jason Sauvageau

3. Michael Dimond

Unlimited Grand Prix Amateur:

1. Brian Fernald

2. David Caldwell

3. Anthony DiCecca

Unlimited Superbike Amateur:

1. David Caldwell

2. Christopher Bouchard

3. LeRoy Cort

Unlimited Supersport Amateur:

1. Brian Fernald

2. David Caldwell

3. Anthony DiCecca

300 Superbike Combined:

1. Shawn Barron

2. Rick Doucette

3. Christopher Woodman

300 Supersport Combined:

1. Shawn Barron

2. Jason Downs

3. Rick Doucette

500 Superbike Combined:

1. Gus Rodio

2. Benjamin Gloddy

3. Rick Doucette

500 Supersport Combined:

1. Benjamin Gloddy

2. Gus Rodio

3. Shane Lewis

SuperTwins Combined:

1. Charles “Jesse” Sandoz

2. Jim Rich

3. Christopher Bouchard

Formula 1 Novice:

1. Robert Lewis Jr.

2. Daryl Blums

3. Bryan Wardius

Formula 2 Novice:

1. Bryan Wardius

2. Daryl Blums

3. Frank Vollkommer

Formula 3 Novice:

1. Christopher Kline

2. Jonathan Tine

3. Jonathan Brooks

Formula 4 Novice:

1. Jonathan Brooks

2. Jonathan Tine

3. Brianna McHugh

Rookie 1 Novice:

1. Shawn Pan

2. Dennis Metzler

3. Daniel Foley

Rookie 2 Novice:

1. Frank Vollkommer

2. Daryl Blums

3. Joe Maguire

Rookie 3 Novice:

1. Jonathan Tine

2. Rick Ma

3. Mark Bierschied

Rookie 4 Novice:

1. Brian McLaughlin

2. Colm Costello

3. Paul Sadatis III

Starter 1 Novice:

1. Daniel Foley

2. Dennis Metzler

Starter 2 Novice:

1. Daryl Blums

2. Frank Vollkommer

3. Joe Maguire

Starter 3 Novice:

1. Jonathan Tine

2. Christopher Kline

3. Rick Ma

Starter 4 Novice:

1. Brianna McHugh

2. Paul Sadatis III

Heavyweight 1 & 2 Rookie:

1. Bryan Wardius

2. Keith Berkins

3. Shawn Pan

Lightweight 3 & 4 Rookie:

1. Aaron Chapman

2. Brian McLaughlin

Wave 1 Rookie:

1. Robert Lewis Jr.

2. Daryl Blums

3. Frank Vollkommer

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