Fifteen-year-old Ben Gloddy, who finished fourth in the 2020 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Championship with eight podiums in only his second year in the series, is a MotoAmerica hero, as well as a hero in his hometown of Northfield, New Hampshire. And now, he’s been officially recognized as a Hometown Hero in the Granite State.
WMUR-TV, the ABC television affiliate in Manchester, New Hampshire, recently featured Gloddy as a “Hometown Hero” on a segment during the station’s evening sports report.
When Jamie Staton, who is the Sports Director and Weekday Sports Anchor at WMUR-TV saw footage of Gloddy racing in MotoAmerica, he exclaimed, “Oh my gosh, that is awesome! I don’t know how he does that, races that fast.”
To check out the “Hometown Heroes” segment featuring Quarterly Racing/On Track Development’s Gloddy, as reported by WMUR-TV Sports Anchor Jason King, go to https://www.wmur.com/article/15-year-old-granite-stater-races-motorcycles-professionally-in-motoamerica-series/35007111
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