A winner in two of the last three NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events, Justin Bonsignore will look to build on the momentum that has thrust him into championship contention in Wednesday’s Bush’s Beans 150 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
A winner in two of the last three NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events, Justin Bonsignore will look to build on the momentum that has thrust him into ch...
It will indeed be a patriotic and spectacular night all rolled into one Saturday August 23rd at Barbara & Jim Cromarty's Riverhead Raceway as they...
Hotter than the sun is an understatement for Tom Rogers Jr. after Saturday evening’s twin 30-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Modified races. Rogers ca...
Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good and sometimes a driver can be both. (more...)...
It will indeed be a patriotic and spectacular night all rolled into one Saturday August 23rd at Barbara & Jim Cromarty’s Riverhead Raceway as they present the annual I Love America Night program featuring another amazing Fireworks display as well a School Bus Demolition Derby on Miller Lite night. A full slate of NASCAR Whelen All-American Series stock car racing will also unfold on Donaldson’s Volkswagen-Subaru night as the 2014 season enters its final month of competition.
Hotter than the sun is an understatement for Tom Rogers Jr. after Saturday evening’s twin 30-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Modified races. Rogers captured the checkered flag in both events – recording his sixth and seventh victories of the 2014 season.
Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good and sometimes a driver can be both.
Riverhead Raceway promoters Barbara & Jim Cromarty will indeed turn back time Saturday August 16th as they will enshrine three former track champions onto the Wall of Fame as well host Old Timers Night for the first time in quite some time. Legendary drivers Paul McElearney of Commack, “Dynamite” Dan Turbush of Riverhead and Peggy Smith of Jamesport will all take their rightful place on the Wall of Fame that greets Riverhead Raceway guests by the turn three entrance gate.
Due to the forecast for Wednesday that includes extensive rain and a flash flood watch, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park has been rescheduled for Thursday.
The Budweiser King of Beers 150 will be the eighth race of the 2014 Whelen Modified Tour season, and the second of three dates at Thompson. Thursday will mark the tour’s 125th all-time event at the high-banked .625-mile oval.
Thursday’s track schedule will remain the same as it was prior to the postponement. Green flag for the Budweiser King of Beers 150 is slated for approximately 8:45 p.m.
Brendon Bock, driver of the No. 38 Legend, landed himself as the sixth quickest during time trials and picked the 4th starting position during the redraw.
After winning 71 times at Stafford Motor Speedway in weekly competition, there was never any doubt that Woody Pitkat knew his way around his home track. Now Pitkat can add a NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win to his résumé.
Despite some stubborn weather systems that hung over Riverhead Raceway until late afternoon promoters Barbara & Jim Cromarty beat Mother Nature Saturday to get the entire NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program in the books. In the 35-lap NASCAR Modified feature Jason Agugliaro of Islip fended off a hard pressing Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead to win his second career feature event.
The second half of the 2014 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule is set to commence with Friday’s Call Before You Dig 811 150 at Connecticut’s Stafford Motor Speedway, and with two-time defending race winner Doug Coby in the championship lead.