Northeast Pro Stock Association

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Series Overview
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Series Founded: 1996 Series Disbanded: 2001
Car Style: Pro Stock Region: New England
Quick Stats
Most Wins: Ralph Nason (20) Most Titles: Ralph Nason (2)
Number of Races: 52 Number of Drivers: 200
Project Status: AGAIGG
Full results are available for 1998-2000. Partial results are available for 1996, 1997, and 2001.

The series evolved from the remains of the ACT Pro Stock Tour, the former NASCAR North Tour, following that series' closing at the end of the 1995 season.

2001 remains a significant mystery for The Third Turn, as the series seems to have dissolved halfway through the season without much fanfare. We have reached a point of logical statistical inference that there were only three races in 2001, but we can not say that with the same degree of absolute certainty as we can for the race listings from 1996-2000. Gary Smith was leading the points at the end of the abbreviated 2001 season. It was not clear if he was officially declared the champion, but The Third Turn lists him as the titlist for that season.
Don Alexander Scott Alexander (NS) Vinny Annarummo Fred Astle, Jr. Jon Austin Doug Averill
Jerry Babb Phil Baril, Jr. Yvon Bedard Don Belisle Gary Bellefleur Travis Benjamin
Aaron Bennett Steve Bennett Buzzie Bezanson Dan Bezanson Bub Bilodeau Renaud Blais
Chris Bolton Jean-Yves Boudreault Joe Bowser Tim Brackett Babe Branscombe Stephen Brown
Jeff Burgess Ken Cabral Jay Caron Don Casey Chad Chace Steve Channing
Donald Chisholm Scott Chubbuck Johnny Clark Richard Clark Bob Coburn Leo Cochrane
Don Colpritt Don Colpritt, Jr. Tom Constantino Rob Cowett Jeff Crowley Glenn Cusack
John Dabrowski Richie Dearborn Scott Delano Dennis Demers Judd Derbyshire Matt Dewey
Wayne Dion Joey Doyon Gary Drew Ken Dufour Ken Dumond Dan Eddy
Larry Emerson Mario Emond Chris Faulkingham George Fernald, Jr. John Flemming David Folsom
Pete Frappier Scott Fraser Adam Friend Rod Frye Dean Fuller Bobby Gahan
Danny Gamache Larry Gelinas Zig Geno Bob Gerry Dave Getchell Jim Goodman
Tracy Gordon Dave Gorveatt Russ Griffen Michel Groleau Bruce Haley Bob Hallee
Walt Hammond Rick Hanatow Vance Hanes Mike Harnish, Jr. Mike Hassell Jim Hatch
Wayne Helliwell Steve Henderson Doug Hoar Billy Holbrook Dick Houlihan Eric Hudson
Henry Hudson, III Dave Hutchins Mike Johnson (MA) Glenn Josselyn Jim Kaler Scott Kelly
Mike Kimball Scott King Steve Knowlton Ken Kohler George Koszkulics Doug Krpata
Jimmy Kuhn, Jr. Chuck LaChance Martin Lacombe Sylvain Lacombe Bill Lagerson Roger Laperle
Claude Leclerc Matt Lee Ray Lee Jerry Lesage Wayne Linscott Jon Lizotte
Derek Lynch Rollie MacDonald Dan MacKay Tim MacKay Mike MacKenzie Dave Macomber
Dave Madison Steve Maheux Billy Manchester Glenn Martel Rick Martin (MA) Tom Mayberry
Jim McCallum Jim McGinnis Louie Mechalides Peter Melanson Stan Meserve Sylvain Metivier
Bobby Mitchell Scott Moore Scott Mulkern Rob Murray Casey Nash Ralph Nason
Steve Nelson Mark Patnode Mark Patten John Phippen Dave Pinkham Larry Pottle
Jacques Poulin Jim Preble Marty Prevost Bub Raven Steve Reno Steve Reny
Paul Richardson (ME) Mike Riley Walter Riley Darren Ripley Jarod Robie Bill Rodgers
Tim Rodgers Pete Rondeau Chris Ross Ben Rowe Mike Rowe Tommy Rowe
Andy Santerre Duane Seekins Sam Sessions Greg Sewart Andy Shaw Dale Shaw
George Sherman Frank Snow Ed St. Angelo, Jr. Dave St. Clair Dale St. Peter Chris Stanley
Dana Staples Jeff Stevens Dana Strout Chet Suske Andre Sylvain Damon Tavoularis
Jeff Taylor Donald Theetge Kirk Thibeau Patrick Thibodeau Mike Thomas Bobby Tripp
John Tripp, Jr. Tim Turner (ME) Scott Watts Pee Wee Knight Mike Weeden Bobby White
Doug White Kenny White, Jr. Dave Whitlock Donald Whitten Alan Wilson Kenny Wright
Bill Zardo
199 drivers competed in the Northeast Pro Stock Association.