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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – The 2017 season for the unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will kick off in a big way with its March 18 event at Myrtle Beach Speedway, as the legacy of NASCAR’s top Modified drivers racing up and down the Atlantic coast continues at the historic venue.
Adding to the significance of the event, the track announced today that Safety-Kleen will be the entitlement sponsor for the kickoff. The race event, which will also feature NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action, will be the Performance Plus 300 presented by Safety-Kleen.> More
ATHOL, Mass. – The L.S. Starrett Co. announced today that it will expand its motorsports marketing program by continuing support of the newly unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. Under the banner of Starrett Racing, the company will be the primary sponsor of the Flamingo Motorsports No. 16 with driver Timmy Solomito. In addition, Starrett Racing will also support the future of the sport through a driver development program as the primary sponsor of the Matt Swanson Racing No. 89 and driver Matt Swanson.> More
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. - Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) announced today their plans to compete on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour with driver Donny Lia in 2017. Returning to his roots, Tommy Baldwin will bring back the iconic No. 7NY as seen below.
The car number has a rich history in the NASCAR touring series and the local tracks on Long Island, New York, amassing a combined total 54 wins with the late "Tiger" Tom Baldwin, Sr.> More
Myrtle Beach Speedway -- originally called Rambi Raceway -- was built in 1958. The facility is a 0.538-mile oval with 13 degrees of banking in the corners and nine degrees on the straightaways. Currently, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series headlines weekly racing activity at the track. The track is home to Late Model Stock Car racing's prestigious Myrtle Beach 400.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Looking back at the 2016 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season was one of change. New faces visited Victory Lane and challenged for championship. The season ended with the big news that the Whelen Modified Tour and Whelen Southern Modified Tour would unify for 2017, and the schedule for the upcoming season will open in South Carolina and conclude in Connecticut.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – After six years away from championship glory on the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, Burt Myers returned to the top of the class in 2016.
In a season filled with accolades for the 40-year-old Walnut Cove, N.C. driver, Myers captured three wins, nine top-fives and 11 top-10 finishes. He also scored two Coors Light Pole Awards over the course of the season, adding to his total (30) as the all-time pole award winner in the history of the Whelen Southern Modified Tour.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Doug Coby continues to etch his name into the record books.
The 37-year-old Milford, Conn. driver took down a third straight championship on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour in 2016.
Driving for Mike Smeriglio Racing, Coby became the first driver in the modern era to take down three straight series titles.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – From South Carolina to Connecticut, the 2017 schedule announced today for the unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will test the best Modified drivers over 17 races and two special events at some of East Coast’s most historic venues.> More