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‘Chargin’ Charlie Rudolph newest addition to growing Land of Legends Raceway Wall of Fame

Charlie (L) & Erick Rudolph victory lane photo attachment by Shawn Greene

Canandaigua, NY – May 27, 2023 – Tom Skibinski, Land of Legends Raceway PR

Observed nationally as ‘Decoration Day’ for the first time in 1868, the Memorial holiday tradition has long been established as a time to honor and remember those U.S. military personnel who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces in their pursuit of preserving the many freedoms we enjoy today.

Third-generation standout Erick Rudolph will certainly recall Nardozzi Companies / Sherwin Williams Paint Night at Land Of Legends Raceway held the final weekend in May 2023, first watching his father Charlie Rudolph earn space on the Wall of Fame, then fittingly charging to victory in the Pepsi Big-Block Modified main boasting power from an engine prepared by his grandfather Jim Rudolph.

“Thank all the crew, have a few extra because its my dad’s night tonight, he’s proud of it,” Rudolph remarked after scoring his 16th career Big-Block win to put him within one of Charlie on Canandaigua’s all-time list. “We’re just looking ahead to some races coming up. Like how the momentum is for our team right now and hopefully keep it going.”

The May 27 ‘Saturday Spectacular’ was just as memorable for open-wheel veteran Karl Comfort as he rallied to score his 24th career victory at Canandaigua in the Stirling Lubricants Sportsman feature while full-fender favorite C.J. Guererri reached the winner’s circle at the Ontario Co. Fairgrounds oval for the first-time in six years following his Eldredge & Sons Scrap Recycling Street Stock triumph. Reigning division points champion Frank ‘Bubba’ Burnell Jr. returned to victory lane in Lloyd’s Contracting Hobby Stock competition and Kyle Swart made his first-ever appearance at the fairgrounds worhtwhile in the Maguire Ford of Canandaigua New Legends Sportsman finale.

In contrast, the final show of the month on the Canandaigua clay is one that rookie wingman Dillon Paddock would rather forget as his mount came up light on the scales to deny him his first-ever win and hand over the MighTea Boba 305 Sprint Car A-Main trophy to Ethan Gray.

As recipient of the weekly 50/50 benefit fund on this night, American Foundation For Suicide Prevention also shared the spotlight as LOLR continued its season-long 70th Anniversary celebration of auto racing.

Charlie Rudolph became the newest addition to the Land of Legends Wall of Fame on Saturday as the Western New York chauffeur was recognized amid family, friends and fans in a special pre-race ceremony held behind the main grandstands.

Joined on this momentous occasion by his father Jim, himself a former Modified champion on asphalt, and son Erick, currently a top Canandaigua contender, ‘Chargin’ Charlie also collected checkered flags on both surfaces. After earning his Mechanical Engineering degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology, he debuted in dirt track racing in 1980 and over the next eight seasons racked up 49 wins and four track titles; including 17 Big-Block victories at LOLR where he finished among the top-3 in points each year from 1983-86 utilizing a home-built chassis.

Rudolph book-ended his career with Super DIRT Week rookie of the race (finished 7th) laurels in 1980 and the coveted overall Mr. DIRT Championship in 1986, ultimately culminating with his selection into the New York State Stock Car Hall of Fame (2010) and Northeast Dirt Modified Hall of Fame (2014).

A consummate competitor on the blacktop, closer to his Ransomville (NY) home he captured three point titles and is credited with 34 feature wins at Lancaster Speedway —Jim & Erick both with 4 victories at the same Gunnville Road oval— where he was rookie of the year in 1978. He also drove briefly in NASCAR’s formerly named Winston Cup circuit in 1987 with his highest finish of 13th-place registered at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway. He retired from driving in 1995 and today remains owner and crew chief for Erick, while Jim continues to keep the family tradition alive providing home-made power under the hood.

Rudolph now joins 2018 WoF charter members Donald ‘Dutch’ Hoag, ‘Barefoot’ Bob McCreadie, DIRT Motorsports founder Glenn Donnelly and still active ace Alan Johnson, Class of ’19 inductees Steve Pesarek, Milt Johnson, Gary Montgomery and Gary & Donna Spaid, ’21 honorees Steve Paine, Paul Guererri, Mike Welch and Fred Taney, along with last year’s recipients Danny Johnson, Gary Tomkins, Tom & Kim Ewing and Brad Ovens.

Three more inductees will be honored in Canandaigua’s Class of ’23 on June 24, July 22 and August 12 as the LOLR legacy carries on at the fairgrounds.

Making his own mark in speedway lore at the fairgrounds, the youngest Rudolph racer had his #25 NMCC-Stirling Lubricants-Highmark-Big Woods Tobacco/Bicknell ride dialed in from the start. Despite winning his qualifying heat, the first handicapped feature of the season put him in starting position 13 yet his drive to the front in the 30-lap feature proved anything but unlucky.

Pole-sitter Daniel Johnson Jr. led the 25-car starting field in the early going before front row partner Zach Payne grabbed the top spot on a lap four restart. Rudolph cracked the Top-5 by lap 10 and methodically carved his way through traffic running both high and low as lanes opened up to his liking.

By the midway point veteran Pat Ward had pulled into second followed by fast-moving Alex Payne while Rudolph continued to run down the leaders as the laps clicked off. Ward jumped the turn two cushion on lap 19, opening the door for both Payne and Rudolph to advance, and Rudolph took over second with 10 to go.

As the front runners rounded turns three and four on lap 22, Zach Payne hung low yet got caught behind the lapped car of Derrick Podsiadlo, giving high-riding Rudolph the room he needed to forge the final lead change. Two-time defending points champion Justin Haers rallied to steal third from Alex Payne on the final lap while Ward rounded out the front-five ahead of season-opening winner Peter Britten in the fast-paced affair.

“Had a really good car in the heat race, come feature time had to change the set-up a little bit from the week before due to the different track conditions,” noted Rudolph,  who overtook early season points leader Britten atop the current standings. “Really happy with how the car ran tonight and hopefully we can keep it rolling.”

“Seemed like (car) really wanted to be on the top but when I had to run the bottom it certainly was hooked up down there. The car the crew provides for me is really stable and it stays underneath me,” added Rudolph, who pocketed an additional $250 bonus from Speed Connection for his second straight win.

Launching his lengthy Land of Legends racing career long before Rudolph was even born in 1992, Comfort continued to show his savvy getting around the hallowed half-miler en route to a decisive 25-lap victory over rising rookie Justin Liechti.

“This car was on rails, just converted it this winter to coils,” beamed Comfort, now 56, yet still unflappable behind the wheel. “Just the third race on it, these (crew) guys do an amazing job. Tom (Fox, car owner) does it all, he loves racing. Lucky to have this ride with him and its going great, gonna be a great year.”

Contending in his first full season of division competition, New Legends Sportsman graduate Liechti led from the drop of chief starter Scott Hixson’s opening green flag and looked poised to take down his first set of checkers as the race sped on. Starting 11th on the grid, Comfort harbored his own ideas, improving from fifth to second after a pair of caution periods on lap 16 before the Penn Yan pilot finally ducked under Liechti with five to go steering the potent #10 Fox’s Auto-Dar’s Auto-Uptown Tire & Auto Service-Creekside Contractors/Bicknell entry.

Comfort cruised on home for a commanding 10 car-length victory, with Liechti settling for a solid second-place finish ahead of ’22 track champ Zach Sobotka, 2020 & ’21 points king Matt Guererri and May 13 winner Kevin Ridley.

“Was just trying to roll the corners a little bit harder,” added Comfort, who garnered back-to-back Sportsman point titles at LOLR in 1999 and 2000, with his first feature win posted in 1994. “Just wasn’t getting it in enough but it was perfect there because no one was in my lane so you couldn’t beat that.”

For the second time in his young career, Gray is a winner in the 305 Sprint Car ranks at Land of Legends Raceway. In those two victories, however, the Manchester wheelman has not even led a full lap yet the record book still boasts his name.

Gray overtook Dan Craun in turn four on the final lap to score the dramatic win last July and Saturday the 18 year-old speedster crossed the line second to Paddock. Yet when Paddock’s winged machine came up 17 lbs. light in the customary post-race weight check, Gray was first in line to take home the $500 top prize.

Gray led the opening eight laps of the 20-lap A-Main before Paddock moved to the point and opened up a straightaway margin under the checkered flag. After the disqualification, traveling Thomas Radivoy moved up to match a career-best second (2018) at Canandaigua followed by Matt Rotz, James Layton and Randy Years.

“Went up top early, didn’t want to burn off my stuff and didn’t know how far ahead I was,” recalled Gray, surrounded by a big boisterous crowd in the winner’s circle. “Then I went low a little and after that restart saw the #8 (Paddock) up top. Then was trying the top and bottom, kept getting looser and looser, and knew I had to try whatever just to get the car to go.”

A pair of yellow flags unfurled on lap nine, knocking out early favorites Bobby Parrow and Darryl Ruggles while opening the door for Paddock and Gray. Parrow’s mount first came to a halt high in turn four all by itself before frontstretch contact between Ruggles and Paddock on the ensuing restart ended with Ruggles’ ride slapping the turn one uke tire down low that resulted in a broken front-end.

Gray had his #17E Ballard Sports-DisBatch Brewing Co.-Second Look Maintenance sprinter out front on the second restart but could not hold off Paddock once green flag racing resumed. Paddock held on for the distance yet the post-race weight minimum of 1525 lbs. was not met as his Maxim crossed the scales at 1508 lbs.    
Guererri was plenty heavy on the gas in the 20-lap Street Stock finale, with the Geneva driver keeping the pedal down and outlasting runner-up Jimmy Grant to register his 13th stock car win in Canandaigua, the last chronicled on June 3, 2017.

“The past few weeks we’ve been struggling,” divulged Guererri, 32, with fans hoping he’ll return as a track regular as the season progresses. “Go to make adjustments and go too far, or we don’t go far enough. Went out for the heat on Friday and the car was bad fast at Outlaw (Speedway) so we never changed anything, never changed tires and just put fuel in it and here we are.”

The red #CJ1 Ontario Concrete & Paving-BarMor Puppies Chevrolet Camaro was fast from the start, winning a heat then charging past Aksel Jensen for the lone lead change on lap three. By the midway point Guererri had built a 3/4-straightaway advantage which proved too much for Grant to overcome after securing second from Carl Johnson with a half-dozen laps to go.

Despite cutting off 1.8-sec. from Guererri’s lead on the final circuit alone, Grant fell six car-lengths shy at the stripe while Johnson, Marc Minutolo and Nick Dandino settled into Top-5 slots. Johnson’s engine failed the post-race technical inspection however, resulting in the loss of race earnings and valuable points toward the season-long championship.

“The (LOLR) guys put together a fantastic track tonight,” stated Guererri, who picked up the first $100 Prouty’s Bar bonus of the season after stopping Grant’s two-race win streak. “Takes me back to the early 2000s here. Track’s got a lot of bite and its fast, what more can you really ask for.”

While mirroring Guererri’s early season mediocrity, unlike C.J. on Saturday, Burnell’s latest full-fender victory in the 15-lap Hobby Stock feature was not decided until the checkered flag flew. The final rundown read 0.842-sec. of separation in the photo-finish that brought fans to their feet in the last lap shootout with Justin Eldredge.

“I started driving the bottom there, got to him and passed him out of (turn) two, then I came out of four and (car) pushed up right to the wall,” began Burnell, 42, on the heels of his 32nd career stock car win in Canandaigua, his first taken in 1998. “I tried not letting off (gas) but not like hitting him but we got together a little there. They’re great competitors, the entire Eldredge crew. We’ve both been struggling, been a rough few weeks here.”

Multiple yellow flags unfurled for minor mishaps throughout the race with 14th starting Burnell making fast tracks in the meantime. Rookie Brighton Grant dropped off the pace after leading the initial three circuits and it was Eldredge surviving a wicked four-wide scramble to take over first on the lap four restart as the Burnell-designed #57B FLX Home Solutions-Scott French Home Improvement Chevrolet Taurus made its way into the mix.

A dozen laps down, the talented trio of Eldredge, Burnell and Marc Minutolo locked horns as they diced high and low looking for the fastest way around. Burnell ultimately made the winning move underneath Eldredge exiting turn with one to go yet a last turn, last lap bid by the ’21 points champion fell only inches short as the top-two traded paint in a thrilling drag race to the line.

Not only was it Swart’s first career Sportsman victory at LOLR —or anywhere— it was the Dover Plains NY driver’s first-ever trip to Canandaigua period. The outcome was all but decided the second time around in the 12-lap nightcap as Swart blasted from fifth to first past Tom Fletcher and won by almost a half-track ahead of Kennedy Payne, who took her first checkered flag on May 13.

“Ran Malta (Albany-Saratoga Speedway) on Friday, got a bent axle and still running it. Came here and now we’re in victory lane,” said Swart, 19, matter-of-factly, after etching his name in the track record book. “It’s hit or miss on more trips here but right now we’re planning on being back for the DIRTcar (tour) shows.”

Sporting the Ridgeview Racing Products-Twin County Collision/HigFab car numbered 79 in honor of friend and former Modified and Sprint Car racer Roger Horvath, Swart has already penciled in return visits on June 24 and Aug. 16 when LOLR hosts upcoming DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Championship Series events.

A new month of short-track competition begins after the holiday weekend with the first special of the season slated for June 3 at the popular Ontario Co. Fairgrounds oval. In memory of the late track pit official Mike Scoppo, Maguire Ford of Canandaigua presents a big 40-lap, $4,000-to-win finale for the mighty Pepsi Big-Block Modifieds. Stirling Lubricants Sportsman, Eldredge & Sons Scrap Recycling Street Stock, Lloyd’s Contracting Hobby Stock and Maguire Ford of Canandaigua New Legends Sportsman join the ‘Saturday Spectacular’ with a benefit for the Farmington Cemetery Foundation filling out the card.

MighTea Boba 305 Sprint car teams have the night off as an A-Verdi Storage Containers CRSA Sprint Car Series powered by SuperGen Products event is scheduled further east. Pit gates open at 3:30pm, spectators can enter at 5 o’clock and hot laps start at 5:30 followed by the first qualifier at 6:30pm.

Led by award-winning executive producer Art Rorick, the LOLR TV broadcast team embodied by production assistant Makenna Hansen, graphics coordinator C.J. Miller, chief camera operators Mike Yawney, Jim & Michelle Mullen, and veteran voices Steve Ovens (PA announcer) and Doug Elkins (pit reporter) are once again on-site to provide LIVE video coverage of every event through Land of Legends TV, with LIVE streaming continuing to be offered FREE in 2023. On-line registration at https://landoflegendstv.com/orders/customer_info for a free account is the only step to take.

Also available for download is the LOLR mobile app found at Google Play
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In addition to LOLR’s weekly racing being simulcast on Land of Legends Raceway TV, each show will also be broadcast live on DIRTVision and highlighted by the mighty DIRTcar Big-Block Modifieds. To watch, sign up for an annual Platinum FAST PASS with DIRTVision and experience every event either online or through the DIRTVision App.

General Admission Ticket and Pit Pass bundles continue to be offered to LOLR fans and race teams while providing a great opportunity to save money in the process. G.A. packs of 20 ($200) or 50 ($450) and Pit bundles of 20 ($700) or 50 ($1700) must be pre-ordered to be used during the upcoming season.

Regular weekly ticket prices remain set at $15 Adults, $13 Seniors, Kids 16 yrs. and under FREE. Pit passes are $40. For those youngsters needing pit access, Child Season Pit Passes are $50 for 2 yrs. & under and $150 for kids 3-13. Camping is FREE at all race events.

To purchase ticket and pit pass bundles or discuss marketing opportunities available at the track in 2023, please contact LOLR Director of Marketing & Operations Tana Robinson via e-mail tana@landoflegendsraceway.com or cell 716-799-5669.

Check out www.landoflegendsraceway.com often as the latest news and season schedule information will be posted right up to raceday.

Land of Legends Raceway is located on County Road 10 at the Ontario County Fairgrounds, just 1-1/2-miles north of Routes 5&20, and is easily accessible from the NYS Thruway (I-90), taking Exit 43 (Manchester, Route 21 South) traveling from the east or Exit 44 (Farmington, Route 332 South) coming from the west.

Land of Legends Raceway Event Summary – May 27, 2023
70th Anniversary Season Celebration
Nardozzi Companies and Sherwin Williams Paint
present ‘Saturday Spectacular’

Pepsi Big-Block Modified
*Feature (30 laps): 1. 25-Erick Rudolph ($2,000), 2. 7z-Zach Payne, 3. 3-Justin Haers, 4. 70a-Alex Payne, 5. 42p-Pat Ward, 6. 21a-Peter Britten, 7. 27j-Danny Johnson, 8. 34-Kevin Root, 9. 19-Tim Fuller, 10. 27jr-Daniel Johnson Jr., 11. 14j-Alan Johnson, 12. 39-Kyle Coffey, 13. 19w-Justin Wright, 14. 70p-Eldon Payne Jr., 15. 27z-Dylan Zacharias, 16. 11j-James Sweeting, 17. 88-Dave Allen, 18. 32r-Zach Sobotka, 19. 132-Dalton Martin, 20. 11n-Ricky Newton, 21. 21-Derrick Podsiadlo, 22. 29ny-Greg Birosh, 23. 18-Ryan Macartney, 24. 7-Troy Sperring, 25. 17-Marcus Dinkins, 22g-Gil Tegg Jr.(DNS).
Heats (8 laps)
#1: A.Johnson, Haers, Britten, Wright, Sweeting, Dinkins, Zacharias, Sobotka, Sperring.
#2: Root, D.Johnson Jr, Ward, Allen, Fuller, Macartney, Newton, Tegg, Podsiadlo.
#3: Rudolph, A.Payne, Z.Payne, D.Johnson, Martin, Coffey, E.Payne, Birosh.

Stirling Lubricants Sportsman Modified
*Feature (25 laps): 1. 10-Karl Comfort ($750), 2. 21j-Justin Liecht, 3. 38-Zach Sobotka, 4. 12g-Matt Guererri, 5. 20x-Kevin Ridley, 6. 113jr.-Frank Guererri Jr., 7. 18h-Justin Henderson, 8. 35-Nick Cooper, 9. 32c-Kasey Coffey, 10. 30-Nick Root, 11. 7j-JT Sperring, 12. 25n-Evan Nugent, 13. 9-Tim Baker, 14. 51-Tim Lafler, 15. 26-Greenley George, 16. 28-Mark Potter, 17. 7-Paul Guererri, 18. 34-Behr Grover, 19. 31-Kane Bristol, 20. 29g-Steve Gray.
Heats (8 laps)
#1: Grover, Henderson, F.Guererri, P.Guererri, Sobotka, Comfort, George, M.Guererri, Root, Potter.
#2: Liechti, Ridley, Lafler, Sperring, Baker, Coffey, Bristol, Nugent, Gray, Cooper.

MighTea Boba 305 Sprint
*Feature (20 laps): 1. 17e-Ethan Gray ($500), 2. 1Q-Thomas Radivoy, 3. 77-Matt Rotz, 4. 14-James Layton, 5. 2-Randy Years, 6. 18c-Dan Craun, 7. 10p-Nathan Pierce, 8. 48jr.-Darryl Ruggles, 9. 80-Bobby Parrow, 8-Dillon Paddock(DSQ), 99-Adam DePuy(DNS), 10-Johnny Kolosek(DNS).
Heats (6 laps)
#1: Years, Parrow, Gray, Rotz, Pierce, DePuy.
#2: Paddock, Ruggles, Craun, Radivoy, Layton, Kolosek(DNS).

Eldredge & Sons Scrap Recycling Street Stock
*Feature (20 laps): 1. cj1-CJ Guererri ($500), 2. 36-Jimmy Grant, 3. 87-Carl Johnson(DSQ), 4. 25b-Marc Minutolo, 5. 57j-Nick Dandino, 6. 9-Aksel Jensen, 7. 00-Mike Welch, 8. 22-Carl Cleveland, 9. 122-Chris Beyea, 10. 3-Patrick Hobbs, 11. 12-John Burritt, 12. 63-Mike Fellows, 13. 77aj-Brad Steinruck Jr., 14. 5c-Rick Crego, 74-Ronald “Bundy” Metcalf(DNS).
Heats (6 laps)
#1: Guererri, Dandino, Grant, Welch, Crego, Burritt, Fellows(DNS), Beyea(DNS).
#2: Jensen, Johnson, Hobbs, Cleveland, Steinruck, Minutolo, Metcalf.

Lloyd’s Contracting Hobby Stock
*Feature (15 laps): 1. 57b-Frank ‘Bubba’ Burnell Jr., 2. 25j-Justin Eldredge, 3. 25b-Marc Minutolo, 4. 90-Nathan Peckham, 5. 61-Daniel Kerrick, 6. 55b-Blane Smith, 7. 57jr.-Tyler Burnell, 8. 55p-Parker Smith, 9. 22-Craig Dingy, 10. 88-Justin Jacoby, 11. 718-Phil Barone, 12. 5-Don Slover, 13. 36-Ellie Grant, 14. 36x-Brighton Grant, 54m-Scott Mack(DNS), 16. 18XL-Derek Excell(DNS).
Heats (6 laps)
#1: Kerrick, P.Smith, Peckham, Dingy, B.Grant, Minutolo, Jacoby, Excell(DNS).
#2: Eldredge, B.Smith, T.Burnell, E.Grant, Barone, Mack, Slover, F.Burnell.

Maguire Ford of Canandaigua New Legends Sportsman
*Feature (12 laps): 1. 79-Kyle Swart, 2. 31k-Kennedy Payne, 3. craZ8-Tom Fletcher, 4. 56a-Angel Sperring, 5. 57j-Bruce Batzel, 6. 20k-Kyle Ridley.
Heat (6 laps)
#1: Sperring, Swart, Payne, Fletcher, Batzel, Ridley.

NEXT EVENT: Saturday Spectacular, June 3 @ 6:30pm; Maguire Ford Of Canandaigua presents Big-Block Modified “Scoppo Special” 40L-$4,000-to-win/Sportsman/Street Stock/Hobby Stock plus New Legends Sportsman with Farmington Cemetery Foundation Benefit.

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Along with recognizing its weekly 50/50 raffle fund beneficiaries, Land of Legends Raceway is proud to salute several sponsors and corporate partners that continue to help bring its fans the best Saturday night racing show in the Northeast. Listed alphabetically are 2023 division sponsors Eldredge & Sons Scrap Recycling, Pepsi Geneva Club Beverage, Lloyd’s Contracting, Maguire Ford of Canandaigua, MighTea Boba, Stirling Lubricants; event sponsors Admar Construction Equipment & Supply Company, Auction Direct USA, Auto Value Parts Stores,  A-Verdi Storage Containers, Busch Light, DC Rauscher Contractor, Ferris Mowers, Genesee Beer/Coors Light/Twisted Tea, Geneva Club Beverage/Pepsi, Honeoye Auto Parts, Jack Howell Properties, iFreeze Storage & Distribution Center, Maguire Ford of Canandaigua, Nardozzi Companies, Phelps Cement Products, Prouty’s Bar & Grill, Regional Truck & Trailer, Ryan Phelps Auto Sales, Seneca Auto Sales & Service, Seneca Meadows Landfill, Sherwin Williams Paint, Tradition Automotive Group, VP Racing Fuels; promotional partners Always Locked Self Storage, American Woman Designs, Auto Wash Car Wash, Baker’s Externinating, Champion Power Equipment, Disbatch Brewing Company, Elab Smokers Boutique, Emerson Oil Company/Castrol, Enertech Global, FLX BBQ Company, Geneva Club Beverage, Hoosier Racing Tire, IndyKart Raceway, LSI Solutions, Legott’s Club 86, Mac’s Dairy Bar & Mini Golf, Maguire Ford of Canandaigua, Meyer’s Finger Lakes RV, Mike Emhof Motorsports, Ontario County Fairboard, On The Rocks Bar & Grill, Phelps Community Center Head Start Program, The “Original” Red Osier Landmark Restaurant, Schultz Heating & Cooling, Spectrum, Stop DWI NYS, Superior Plumbing Service, Turn 5 Media, Vance Metal Fabrication, Weedsport Hall of Fame, Wicked Tees.

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Land of Legends Raceway is located on County Road 10 at the Ontario County Fairgrounds, just 1-1/2-miles north of Routes 5&20, and is easily accessible from the NYS Thruway (I-90), taking Exit 43 (Manchester, Route 21 South) traveling from the east or Exit 44 (Farmington, Route 332 South) coming from the west.