“He’s real good,” Estey said of his 24-year-old driver.
Dore has made a name for himself on local speedway circuits, including Star, and is the current points leader and defending EKeys4Cars Modified champ at the Epping raceway.
He has won numerous racing honors in Maine and in various other racing competitions around New Hampshire, including the Twin State Speedway in Claremont. Dore earned many junior championships while working his way up the regional racing ranks.
The car is currently with Dore in Maine, being fine-tuned and prepped for the Sept. 21 race at Loudon.
Estey said there is nothing like the excitement and the crowds at Loudon. He called the modified races truly exciting for anyone who is a race fan.
“If you watch racing, you want them to be action packed,” he said.
It’s also an added adrenaline rush to know the races are broadcast on television.
“Modifieds put on the best show,” he said. “It’s a really good time.”
Estey credits Loudon and the state for making racing available to a legion of fans who travel there to watch some of the country’s best drivers. He said New Hampshire is lucky to have NASCAR bring major events to Loudon.