NASCAR Home Tracks

Google+ Twitter Facebook rss

QUALIFYING: Preece Stays Hot At Stadium

By Tim Southers, NASCAR

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Ryan Preece looks like the driver to beat at Bowman Gray Stadium for tonight's Strutmasters.com 199.

After leading the field in practice, the Berlin, Connecticut, driver went out and won his ninth career Coors Light Pole in just 13 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour appearances with a fast lap of 13.202 seconds (68.171 mph). It was his second career pole at the famed quarter-mile track.

> More

PRACTICE: Preece Ready For Record

Tim Southers, NASCAR

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Ryan Preece has said he loves coming south to race at Bowman Gray Stadium and he proved that by leading the way in practice at Bowman Gray Stadium for the Strutmasters.com 199.

The 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion has already won once this season in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour - at South Boston Speedway - and he's off to a good start for win No. 2 as he led the field with a fast lap of 13.191 seconds (68.228 mph) in the 45-minute session.

> More

Whelen So. Mod. Stat Advance: Bowman Gray

Tim Southers, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour visits Bowman Gray Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 1 for the Strutmasters.com 199. Below is a statistical look at the recent performance of the tour and selected drivers at Bowman Gray, as well as some other statistical trends:

> More

Whelen So. Mod News&Notes: Bowman Gray

Tim Southers, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – There have been a lot of memorable moments throughout the 11-year history of the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, and Saturday night at Bowman Gray Stadium will provide another when Burt and Jason Myers take the green flag.

For the first time in the history of the tour the brothers, who have competed in the NWSMT since its inception in 2005, will enter the Sturtmasters.com 199 first and second in the point standings.

> More

PIT BOX: Iowa Combo, Part II

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

> More

Brunnhoelzl Back In Caraway Victory Lane

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

SOPHIA, N.C. – George Brunnhoelzl III is once again all alone atop the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour career wins list at Caraway Speedway.

With his performance Saturday night Brunnhoelzl took home the checkered flag in the Daggett & Shuler Attorneys at Law Rusty Harpe Memorial 150 for his 12th career victory at the venerable .455-mile oval. That breaks a tie for the track lead he was in with Andy Seuss, who won the tour’s last visit to Caraway in March.

> More

QUALIFYING: Caraway Pole To Seuss

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

SOPHIA, N.C. – Andy Seuss continued his dominant ways at Caraway Speedway Saturday evening when he took the Coors Light Pole Award for the Daggett & Shuler Attorneys at Law Rusty Harpe Memorial 150.

Seuss, originally from Hampstead, New Hampshire, posted a fast lap of 16.078 seconds (101.878 mph) around the .455-mile oval. It marked his 12th career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour pole overall, and eighth at Caraway.

> More

PRACTICE: Brunnhoelzl Blazes To Top Spot

By Tim Southers, NASCAR

SOPHIA, N.C. - George Brunnhoelzl III loves racing at Caraway Speedway, and if practice is any indication, the four-time NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion could be in for a great night.

Brunnhoelzl piloted his No. 28 Dunleavy's Truck & Trailer Repair/Composite Tech Chevrolet to a fast lap of 16.145 seconds (101.456 mph) to lead the 18-car field during practice for the Daggett & Shuler Attorneys at Law Rusty Harpe Memorial 150.

> More

Whelen So. Mod Tour Stat Advance: Caraway

Tim Southers, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2015 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour season gets back underway this Saturday at Caraway Speedway with the Daggett & Shuler Attorneys’ At Law Rusty Harpe Memorial 150. This will be the third of three scheduled visits to the track for the tour this year. Below is a statistical look at the performance of selected drivers at Caraway:

> More

Whelen So. Mod Tour News & Notes: Caraway

Tim Southers, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – One thing race car drivers like to do is keep competing when they are running well, but for the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, that can be a challenge with the annual spring break for the division between late April and early July.

One driver hoping to pick up where he left off is Burt Myers. After the Walnut Cove, North Carolina, driver won his second straight race at Langley Speedway in late April he was forced to put his momentum on hold during the long layoff.

> More