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Hossfeld Holds Them All Off

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

STAFFORD, Conn. – If Chuck Hossfeld wins the 2008 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship, he can point to Friday night’s TSI Harley-Davidson 150 as where it came together.

Hossfeld drove the No. 4 Mystic Missile Dodge to Victory Lane, ending a winless drought of nearly four years. To get there, though, he had had to withstand a pair of restarts in the final 11 laps with Todd Szegedy, Ted Christopher and Mike Stefanik at his heels.

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Hossfeld & Co. Making Their Own Luck

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

RAIN SLOWS FRIDAY NIGHT'S RACING; TOUR ON DECK 

STAFFORD, Conn. – Everything is going perfectly right now for Chuck Hossfeld. But the driver of the No. 4 Mystic Missile Dodge isn’t leaving everything up to fate.

Hossfeld not only qualified first Friday afternoon for the TSI Harley-Davidson 150, which is scheduled to go green later in the evening, but he also re-drew the pole after plucking out the No. 1 pill in post-qualifying re-draw of the top six spots.

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Preece Paces Practice At Stafford

By Official Release

STAFFORD, Conn. – Fast at Stafford Motor Speedway is becoming old hat for Ryan Preece.

Preece’s No. 3 Mizzy Construction/FJ Hubany Chevrolet paced Friday afternoon’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour practice session in advance of Friday night’s TSI Harley-Davidson 150. His top lap of 18.119 seconds (99.343 mph) was slightly quicker than Todd Szegedy (No. 2 Wisk-Snuggle Ford) at 18.132/99.272 and Chuck Hossfeld (No. 4 Mystic Missile Dodge) at 18.174/99.053.

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News & Notes: Stefanik Leads The Way

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

For the second time in as many events, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will visit Stafford (Conn.) Motor Speedway and take the green flag for the TSI Harley-Davidson 150 on Friday, May 23.

Following a month layoff since the last race, also at Stafford on April 27, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will get back on the half-mile track for the one-day show.

Action will begin with an afternoon practice session and evening qualifying that will precede the first night race of the 2008 season.

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Stefanik To Be Honored At Stafford

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

As part of a season-long celebration of 60 years of Modified champions, seven-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour titlist Mike Stefanik will be honored at the TSI Harley-Davidson 150 on Friday, May 23 at Stafford (Conn.) Motor Speedway.

A resident of Coventry, R.I., Stefanik is the winningest driver in the history of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and he was also named to the “NASCAR All-Time Modified Top 10 Drivers” list in 2003.

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New Faces Take New Hampshire Test

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

In a combined session today a total of 23 teams from the NASCAR Camping World Series East and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour tested at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

The NASCAR Camping World Series East had a strong contingent of teams taking advantage of the test opportunity with a total of 18 cars. The garage featured a mix of New Hampshire veterans like Steve Park and Matt Kobyluck, as well as a host of rookies such as Austin Dillon, winner of the season-opener at Greenville-Pickens Speedway on April 19.

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Modified Driver Preece Headed To Iowa

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour regular Ryan Preece has landed a one-race deal with car owner Maxie Bush to drive the No. 28 Ford in the US Cellular 200, a combined race between the NASCAR Camping World Series East and NASCAR Camping World Series West.

“It’s definitely going to be a fun experience,” Preece said. “It’s going to be my first time in a full-bodied car. I’m getting out of the open-wheeled stuff to try this, and I’m real excited.”

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Spring In His Step: Christopher Walks Away With Another Sizzler Victory

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

STAFFORD, Conn. – Ted Christopher already has the record for most wins at Stafford Motor Speedway but has no intention of slowing down.

Christopher reached another milestone Sunday with his fourth Tech-Net Spring Sizzler victory in the 200-lap NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race, tying Mike Stefanik for the most wins at four in the main event for Stafford’s flagship season-opening weekend.

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Preece Sticking Around This Time

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

STAFFORD, Conn. – A year ago, Ryan Preece was packing up the trailer and heading home after Tech-Net Spring Sizzler qualifying. The 17-year-old was in much better spirits Saturday afternoon after earning the Coors Light Pole Award for Sunday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Stafford Motor Speedway.

Preece’s time of 18.057 seconds (99.684 mph) around the half-mile in the No. 3 Mizzy Construction/FJ Hubnay Chevrolet was fast enough to edge Eric Beers (No. 46 Reynold’s Wrecking/J&R Pre-Cast Chevrolet) and earn his first career pole. Beers was second in 18.084 (99.536).

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Greatest American Heroes

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

Former Champions And WWII Veterans Gahan And Byron To Be Honored 

For those individuals who bravely served their country during World War II and went on to propel America into a booming post-war era, Tom Brokaw famously coined the term ‘The Greatest Generation.’ This weekend NASCAR will honor a pair of Modified champions who served nobly before their names were ever etched in the racing history books.

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