Sargeant Comes from the Back for Sixth at New Hampshire Motor Speedway – Miller Sidelined Early due to Accident in Pro All Stars Series Race

Loudon, NH (July 6, 2015)-Dalton Sargeant started the inaugural Pro All Stars Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the 10th place position but cut a tire early in the event.  The young driver came down pit road and then was  able to come from the back of the pack to pick up a sixth place finish for the No. 5s Galt Wauters Motorsports team.

Vinnie Miller, in his first ever one-mile track start, was fast in practice both Saturday and Sunday but had a minor spin in the qualifying heats.  Miller started 24th in the 60 lap race and was advancing through the field towards the top 10, when he was caught up in an accident, ending the day early for the No. 5m Master Mfg Wauters Motorsports team.

Vinnie Miller and Spencer Wauters will race next at Motor Mile Speedway for the CARS Tour race Saturday, July 11, 2015.  Dalton Sargeant and Daniel Hemric will compete July 18th in the Redbud 300 at Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Indiana.

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Dalton Sargeant & Vinnie Miller to Compete in PASS Race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway July 5th

Wauters Motorsports Drivers to compete in first Pro-All Star Series event at Loudon, NH track

Kern County photoLoudon, NH (July 2, 2015)-Wauters Motorsports drivers Dalton Sargeant and Vinnie Miller are set to compete in the Pro-All Star Series (PASS) inaugural race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 5, 2015.

Team owner and veteran NASCAR Camping World Truck Series crew chief, Richie Wauters has one win in 2009 (Kyle Busch), two top-five and six top-10 finishes in just eight NCWTS races on the 1.058-mile Loudon, NH oval track.

“Really looking forward to going to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the first time this weekend in the No. 5s GALT Wauters Motorsports Toyota Camry,” Dalton Sargeant said.  “This will be a really good test for us as we come back only two weeks later for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and since we can’t test we will treat this as our test.  I’ve heard a lot about NHMS for Richie Wauters, really fast and long straightaway’s with flat corners that you need to be able to roll the most speed possible through.  Sounds really challenging but I’m glad I have veteran leadership with Wauters and Bobby Gill on our side, should be a really great race with some really good competition.”

DSC_0445“I’m super excited about racing in New Hampshire this weekend,” Vinnie Miller said.  “It will be my first 1-mile track that I’ve driven at and I am very thankful to have Dalton (Sargeant) as my teammate. He has a lot more experience in these cars and I will be picking his brain for tips on these larger tracks.  I’ve talked extensively to Richie (Wauters) and Bobby Gill about New Hampshire Motor Speedway and they’ve offered a lot of great advice.  I am anxious to get the No. 5m Master Mfg super late model on track Saturday and see what we can do.  Hopefully, we will have a good finish in the PASS event on Sunday.

Practice for the PASS event will run from noon until 5pm on Saturday, July 4th with qualifying and racing beginning at 12pm Sunday, July 5, 2015.

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Rain Ruins CRA Super Series Race for Miller and Wauters

Columbus, OH (June 29, 2015) –Due to inclement weather the 2nd Annual Bud St. Amant Memorial 125 CRA Super Series late model race Saturday, June 27, 2015 was canceled.

Vinnie Miller would have started seventh and Spencer Wauters 10th on the 1/3-mile paved oval track in Columbus, Ohio.

Miller and Wauters Head to Columbus Motor Speedway for the Bud St. Amant Memorial 125

DSC_0445Columbus, OH (June 26, 2015) –Vinnie Miller and Spencer Wauters look to have a successful weekend at Columbus Motor Speedway in the running of the 2nd Annual Bud St. Amant Memorial 125 CRA Super Series late model race Saturday, June 27, 2015.

Both Miller and Wauters will be making their first start on the 1/3-mile paved oval track in Columbus, Ohio.

“I’m really excited about racing at Columbus this weekend,” Vinnie Miller said.  “Anytime I go to a new track I am totally pumped to learn and hopefully find a way to conquer the track.  Both Spencer (Wauters) and I have never been to Columbus, so I know we will be talking to each other during testing Friday and before the race Saturday.  We had a rough weekend last week at Anderson and I’m really looking forward to getting this No. 5m Master Mfg Wauters Motorsports car a good finish Saturday.”

DSC_0447Open practice is slated for today from 5:00-8:00pm with additional practice Saturday.  The 2nd Annual Bud St. Amant Memorial 125 CRA Super Series race will begin at 7:00pm Saturday, June 27th.  Speed51.com will have live coverage of the CRA Super Series race.

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On Track Incident Keeps Miller from Top Finish at Anderson Motor Speedway

Teammate Spencer Wauters captures 11th in PASS South Super Late Model Race

DSC_3879Anderson, SC (June 20, 2015)-Vinnie Miller, in his first PASS super late model race at Anderson Motor Speedway, looked to have a solid start in the Electric City 125 until he was caught up in a mid race collision in front of him, relegating the driver to a 19th place finish.

Both Miller and teammate Spencer Wauters had great qualifying runs starting in the ninth and sixth place respectively until a rules change put Miller in 22nd and Wauters in 21st for the 125 lap race.  Wauters finished the PASS South race at the Anderson, SC track in the 11th place position.

DSC_0422“The bad part of the night was getting caught up in something in the back of the pack,” Vinnie Miller said. “I was trying to hang in the back and let everything sort out early on in the race when a couple squirrely cars in front of me got together giving me nowhere to go but into them.  I hate it that we weren’t able to finish the race but I learned a lot and look forward to getting back after it in Columbus next weekend.”

The Wauters Motorsports Super Late Model teams head to Columbus Speedway for the CRA Series race Saturday, June 27, 2015.

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