The Field is Set


#5 Dan Murray leads the field on the final restart of the New England 100.

LOUDON – The Premier Racing League Coastal Safety Auditors Grand National Series Chase field is finally set to begin after the postponement of the Iowa race earlier this year. The New England 100 was originally scheduled to be the first race of the Round of 12 instead played host to the final regular season race. Moonlighter Dan Murray was not eligible for the post season but still enjoyed his victory all the same, leading the final 25 laps in the event on Monday night after a two tire strategy call.

The rest of the Top 5 consisted of drivers locked into the post season already with wins. Brian Yaczik fought hard but in the end had nothing for the #5 of Murray and had to settle for a 2nd place effort. Jeff Ward would win the Savage Spinners pole and lead the most laps while battling James Krahula all night. Krahula would edge Ward for the 3rd position at the end followed by Pierre Daigle in 5th.


Big accident at the halfway point of the New England 100.

One driver who was hoping for a win tonight was Jeff Rhyne. Rhyne could only advance to the Chase with a win and found himself as high as 3rd at one point but would have to settle for a 9th place finish with damage. Joe Hassert would wind up claiming the last Chase position and will join Don Runkle Jr, Jody Green, Tommy Rhyne, Woodrow Mahan, Paul Pepper, Brian Mellendorf, Jake Wright and the others to fight for the Championship.


#89 Jeff Ward leads the field across the line.

The Coastal Safety Auditors Grand National Series heads to Dover next week for the Delaware 100 and race #1 of the Round of 12 on September 26th. For more information on the Premier Racing League please visit or at