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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The penultimate event on the 2015 schedule will be held this Saturday as the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour returns to Hickory Motor Speedway for the first time since 2011 for the MTP Tire 150.
One driver who is looking forward to returning to the track is four-time Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion George Brunnhoelzl III. Brunnhoelzl has rebounded from a tough start to the season with three straight podium finishes to get back in contention for a potential fifth championship.> More
SOUTH BOSTON, Va. -- Andy Seuss took a big step toward successfully defending his NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour championship Saturday night in capturing the South Boston 150 at South Boston Speedway.
It was the third win of the season and 21st of his career for the Hampstead, New Hampshire, driver. Seuss' No. 11 Northeast Race Cars/Ideal Financial Chevrolet was out front for a race-high 142 laps for his third win on the .400-mile oval.> More
SOUTH BOSTON, Va. – The eventful week for Bobby Measmer Jr. continued Saturday at South Boston Speedway and this time it’s some good news for the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour competitor.
His mother had cancer surgery on Wednesday and his team is featuring the name “Elijah” on his car to honor another cancer patient.
Measmer was able to take his No. 74 Elijah’s Entourage Chevrolet to the front and win his first Coors Light Pole Award in qualifying for the South Boston 150.> More
SOUTH BOSTON, Va. - Andy Seuss sits in second place in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour point standings by just one point to Jason Myers and judging by practice for the South Boston 150, he could leave as the points leader tonight.
The Hampstead, New Hampshire native drove his No. 11 Northeast Race Cars/Ideal Finance Chevrolet to the fastest overall time in both practice sessions with a time of 14.666 seconds (98.186 mph).> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2015 season for the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour is shaping up to be one for the record books.
Jason Myers holds the record for the most starts in the history of the tour having started 130 of the 131 races held under NASCAR sanctioning, but the one item he wants to collect to complete his resume: a NWSMT championship.> More
HAMPTON, Va. - George Brunnhoelzl III once again proved why he's often the driver to beat in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour at any event. Brunnhoelzl won his 25th career Coors Light Pole Award during qualifying for the Bayport Credit Union 150 presented by Budweiser at Langley Speedway.
Brunnhoelzl piloted his No. 28 Dunleavy Truck and Traler Repair/Comp. Tech Chevrolet around the .396-mile track at 15.100 seconds (94.411 mph) to lead the 14-car field.> More