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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Trey Hutchens was destined to be involved in racing. Being the son of one of the most respected team engineers in NASCAR can have its pluses and minuses, but the 17 year-old is making a name for himself just fine in NASCAR’s regional touring series.
Hutchens has added another award to his young resume – 2015 Sunoco Rookie of the Year in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour.> More
CONCORD, N.C. – In the closest championship race in NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour history, Andy Seuss stood alone at the end of the night at Charlotte Motor Speedway as the 2015 titlist.
With a sixth-place finish in Thursday’s season finale Southern Slam 150, Seuss edged race winner George Brunnhoelzl III by three points in the season standings to secure his second-consecutive Whelen Southern Modified Tour crown.> More
CONCORD, N.C. – No matter the circumstances, George Brunnhoelzl III knows how to make headlines in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour.
After having his final practice session cut short to repair a brake issue on his No. 28 Dunleavy Truck & Trailer Repair/Composite Tech Chevrolet, the four-time champion went out and won his 26th career Coors Light Pole Award during qualifying for the Southern Slam 150.> More
CONCORD, N.C. – It’s the last shot in 2015, and Kyle Ebersole is doing his best to end the season on a high note.
Ebersole posted a quick lap of 14.858 seconds (60.573 mph) around the quarter-mile oval Thursday afternoon to lead NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour practice in advance of the season finale Southern Slam 150 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Ebersole’s quick circuit came in the 45-minute final practice session. Earlier in the day the event’s defending Coors Light Pole winner Ryan Preece led first practice at 14.904 (60.386).> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the final race of the season with the Southern Slam 150 on Thursday on the quarter-mile track along the front stretch. Below is a statistical look at the performance of selected drivers at the track:> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – As on-track competition comes to a conclusion, there’s another showdown on the line in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR’s seven touring series, as voting for the Most Popular Driver Awards begins on Tuesday, Oct. 6.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Andy Seuss is one race away from history.
The Hampstead, New Hampshire, driver enters the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour finale on the quarter-mile oval at Charlotte Motor Speedway with a 10-point lead on the field as he looks to become the third driver in tour history to win back-to-back championships.> More
WHAT TO WATCH FOR
• The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour will settle its 2015 championship Thursday on the frontstretch quarter-mile at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Defending titlist Andy Seuss enters the Southern Slam 150 with a 10-point lead on brothers Burt and Jason Myers, who are tied for second, while four-time southern tour champion George Brunnhoelzl III is only three points further back in fourth.
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Due to substantial rainfall in Hickory and additional precipitation forecast through Sunday, NASCAR and officials at Hickory Motor Speedway have cancelled the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour MTP Tire 150.
The race was originally scheduled for the North Carolina track on Saturday and pre-emptively moved to Sunday when heavy rain began at week’s end. NASCAR officials visited the track today and determined the surface will not be suitable for racing tomorrow.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Due to impending severe weather expected to hit North Carolina later this week, NASCAR and officials at Hickory Motor Speedway have preemptively moved the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour race to Sunday, Oct. 4.
The MTP Tire 150 was originally scheduled for the North Carolina track on Saturday. The schedule for Sunday is still being finalized; NASCAR and track officials will continue to monitor the weather situation and make updates accordingly.> More