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QUALIFYING: Rudolph Earns First Pole

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

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.

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PRACTICE: Civali Fast At Monadnock

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

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).

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LIVE: Whelen Mods At Monadnock

For the first time since 1990, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour is at Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, N.H., for Monadnock 200.

For updates from throughout the day and the Monadnock 200, please click here: LAP-BY-LAP

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Statistical Advance: Analyzing The Monadnock 200 At Monadnock Speedway

Official Release

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.

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News & Notes: Whelen Modified Tour Returns To New Hampshire's Monadnock Speedway

Official Release

The seventh race of the 2010 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season on July 17 will feature a return to one of its old stomping grounds.

For the first time in two decades, the Whelen Modified Tour will return to Monadnock Speedway. The high-banked quarter-mile facility in Winchester, N.H., last played host to the Tour in 1990.

Each of the five races from 1986-90 produced different winners, including active drivers Mike Stefanik (1988) and Jamie Tomaino (1990).

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Quarterley’s Late Rally Takes Lime Rock 100

LAKEVILLE, Conn. – In just his third start in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, Dale Quarterley got past the weekend’s dominant car of Todd Szegedy with three laps remaining and captured the checkered flag in the inaugural Lime Rock 100 at Lime Rock Park.

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NOTEBOOK: K&N Pro Series Champions Will Have New Trophy To Hoist At Season's End

By Travis Barrett, Special to NASCARHomeTracks.com

LAKEVILLE, Conn. -- Seems everything in racing is about hardware -- from wrenches and jacks to toolboxes and war wagons.

The K&N Pro Series East teams found out Saturday morning at their pre-race drivers meeting at Lime Rock Park that they've got a new piece of hardware coming. NASCAR officials unveiled a new championship trophy for the series, one that will become a permanent fixture beginning with the conclusion of the current season.

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QUALIFYING: Szegedy Records Historic Pole

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

LAKEVILLE, Conn. -- Todd Szegedy became the first Coors Light Pole Award winner for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at Lime Rock Park Friday.

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NOTEBOOK: Lime Rock's Unique Challenges

By Travis Barrett, Special To NASCARHomeTracks.com

LAKEVILLE, Conn. -- For the only time all year, both the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and Whelen Modified Tour teams utilized "road course-style qualifying" Friday at Lime Rock Park.

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PRACTICE: Rudolph Fastest On The Road

Jason Cunningham/NASCAR

LAKEVILLE, Conn. – Action for the inaugural NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Lime Rock Park is underway and Erick Rudolph laid down the fastest lap among the two practice sessions Friday.

Rudolph, driver of the No. 98 Mohawk Northeast/Original Pizza Logs Chevrolet, posted a fast lap of 53.556 seconds (100.829 mph) in the first session of the day. He was followed on the first session chart by Todd Szegedy at 54.031 (99.943) and Rowan Pennink at 54.637 (98.834).

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