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LOUDON, N.H. – This race looked a bit different than the last time the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour visited New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
When the Tour last visited the largest track on the circuit in mid-July, long green-flag runs and strung-out single file racing was the rule of the day. It was a marked change from what the Tour is typically known for at New Hampshire – where side-by-side racing, multiple lead changes per lap and bump drafting have been the norm over the last two decades.> More
LOUDON, N.H. — Bobby Santos crossed another track off his list when he earned the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour pole at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Friday in advance of the Granite State Classic.
Santos, from Franklin, Mass., laid down a fast lap of 29.858 seconds (127.564 mph) for his sixth career Coors Light Pole Award and second of the 2011 season. It marked the first of his six at the 1.058-mile New Hampshire oval.> More
LOUDON, N.H – Bobby Santos and Todd Szegedy have moonlighted on the NASCAR Nationwide Series. But both Santos, who won the pole for Saturday's Granite State Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and Szegedy said Friday that they were happy to call the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour home.
With the two Tour championships and 22 career victories between them, it's a good thing they do.> More
LOUDON, N.H. – Bobby Santos registered the fastest lap across a pair of NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour practice sessions Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in advance of Saturday’s Granite State Classic.
Santos, from Franklin, Mass., piloted the No. 4 ‘Mystic Missile’ Dodge to a quick lap of 29.394 seconds (129.577 mph) in the 45-minute final practice to top the 31 entries for the event. He was also third on the board in Friday morning’s 60-minute session.> More
In the NASCAR world, a crew member is the backbone of any team that helps a driver achieve success on the track. Often times the person leading the way behind the scenes is the crew chief. In the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, the crew chief is the person that works tirelessly behind the scenes to help his driver and team become winners.
This week's profile features Jason Shephard, who calls the shots this year for Eric Goodale. Goodale has registered his best career finish in two of the last three races, including a fifth-place run last week at Stafford Motor Speedway.> More