(Stafford Springs, CT)—All Phases Renovations of Southeastern Massachusetts joined the Stafford Speedway family of sponsors in 2020 by supporting the track’s Friday night iRacing events as well as selected contingency bonuses for Open Modified events. All Phases Renovations will continue their sponsorship of Stafford events in 2020 by presenting the October 2 NASCAR Weekly Racing Series program.
“I’ve been around racing all my life so it’s in my blood and now that I’m a little older and have a few extra dollars, I don’t mind helping people out to help them keep on racing,” said Larry Westgate, owner of All Phases Renovations. “It makes me feel good to be able to help others. No matter if you have all the money in the world or if you’re on a shoestring budget, every few extra bucks helps out.”
Westgate is a former racecar driver himself, racing at Seekonk and Thompson before calling quits on his driving career after racing Super Late Models in Florida. Being a former driver himself gives Westgate a great appreciation for the benefits a sponsor can offer.
“I raced when I was a kid so I know how good it feels whenever someone comes up to you and asks can I put my name on your car,” said Westgate. “I started racing at Seekonk in Street Stocks, I ran Late Model Sportsman at Thompson, and then I ran a Super Late Model in Florida before I got away from racing and started a family. I own a Tri-Track modified car and I’m a sponsor of a Late Model car driven by Travis Jurcik so whether it’s $50, $100, or $500, it makes you feel good to know someone wants to help you out and I enjoy helping guys out. Every extra bit of cash can help a guy buy a tire or fuel for the night.”
Westgate and All Phases Renovations first came on board with Stafford back in March when the track was hosting iRacing sessions while the track was shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Westgate and All Phases put up a $250 bonus with the winner taking $150, second place $75, and third place $25. With 10 races, All Phases paid out $2,500 to top-3 finishers in Stafford’s iRacing events.
“Sponsoring the iRacing was fun because it gave us all something to look forward to when we were all doing nothing,” said Westgate. “I appreciate everything Stafford has done for me and we really enjoy what we do. I like sponsoring third place in the Open Modified races at Stafford because I’ve always had the number 3.”
All Phases Renovations, located at 43 Water Street in Assonet, Massachusetts, are your hardscape and carpentry specialists with projects ranging from patios, to outdoor bars and kitchens, to pool renovations. All Phases can tailor your outdoor construction needs. All Phases Renovations can be contacted by phone at 508-332-6316 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information and to check out some of their work visit their Facebook Page.
“We do a lot of backyard renovations like pavilions, patios, outdoor fireplaces, outdoor kitchens, pool renovations and we also do new pool design, composite decks, and we’ve been at it for over 30 years.”
This Friday’s Stafford Weekly Racing Presented by All Phases Renovations program could see the first track champion of 2020 crowned with Keith Rocco needing to finish 11th or better in the SK Modified® feature to lock up his 4th career Stafford championship. Tickets for this Friday night’s Stafford Weekly Racing Presented by All Phases Renovations program are on sale now through the Stafford Speedway website with adult general admission priced at $20.00, $5.00 for kids ages 6-14, kids 5 and under are admitted free. Paddock passes are priced at $40.00. The 2020 points race will conclude next Friday, October 9 with NAPA Auto Parts Championship Night.
Fans who cannot attend this Friday night’s races in person but would still like to watch can order a live stream of the event from www.staffordspeedway.tv for $20.
For more information, visit www.staffordspeedway.com, checkout Stafford Speedway on Facebook or Twitter, or contact the track office at 860-684-2783.