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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will return to New York’s Long Island for the 26th season in a row this Saturday, July 31 for the Riverhead 200 at Riverhead Raceway.> More
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour's mid-season bullring swing will continue with the Riverhead 200 and the annual appearance at Riverhead Raceway on New York's Long Island.
A Modified track since well before the formation of the Whelen Modified Tour, Riverhead has been on the schedule in each of the Tour's 26 years of existence. Only Connecticut's Thompson International Speedway can claim the same distinction.> More
WINCHESTER, N.H. - Without missing a beat, Todd Szegedy offers his opinions on everything from the health of NASCAR to the future of the Whelen Modified Tour, from his fellow competitors to the variety of tracks where Modified racing succeeds.
He's on point with virtually all of them, too, but there is apparently one topic that gets him to clam up.> More
WINCHESTER, N.H. -- Ted Christopher celebrated the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour's return to the high banks of Monadnock Speedway with his 36th career victory Saturday.
The win moved Christopher, the 2008 Tour champion, into sole possession of third place on the career win list. It's Christopher's second win of the season, which moved him past Tony Hirschman. The Plainville, Conn., driver now trails only Mike Stefanik (70 wins) and Reggie Ruggiero (44).> More
WINCHESTER, N.H. -- Modified racing celebrated two returns Saturday night at Monadnock Speedway.
After a 20-year absence, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour was back at the .25-mile banked oval for the running of the Monadnock 200. But perhaps more inspirational was the return to the seat of the No. 46 Cape Cod Aggregates/J&R Pre-Cast/PT Chevrolet of George Brunnhoelzl III.> More
WINCHESTER, N.H. -- Erick Rudolph, already the youngest race winner in NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour history, nearly added another record with his 21 Means 21 Pole Award presented by Coors Light Saturday at Monadnock Raceway.
The Ransomville, N.Y., driver is 18 years, 6 months, 8 days, becoming the second youngest pole winner in tour history. Ryan Preece was 17 when he won the pole at Stafford (Conn.) Motor Speedway in 2008.> More
WINCHESTER, N.H. -- James Civali set the pace Saturday in practice for the Monadnock 200.
The Meriden, Conn., driver posted a lap of 12.542 seconds (71.759 mph) around the high-banked quarter-mile facility. Eric Berndt was second quickest at 12/559 (71.662), followed by Rowan Pennink at 12.591 (71.480).> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The first appearance for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at Monadnock Speedway in two decades is set for this Saturday, July 17 with the Monadnock 200 in Winchester, N.H.> More