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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- For much of his career on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, Dave Sapienza has been trying to catch up to the pack.
Sapienza will openly admit that the last few years have been a struggle for the Long Island-based team. He crashed out of his first career series start in 2014 and when the 2015 season came around, things didn't get much better. He captured a best finish of ninth that season, but failed to finish in five of his 14 starts while also failing to qualify at Bristol.> More
LOUDON, N.H. -- For much of Saturday's Eastern Propane & Oil 100, Bobby Santos was riding in the middle of the pack. The Franklin, Massachusetts, driver began his charge with 15 laps to go and then took advantage of overtime to drive to Victory Lane at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
It was Santos' 15th career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win and second at the 1.058-mile oval.> More
LOUDON, N.H. -- Ryan Preece will start from the pole in the Eastern Propane & Oil 100 after Whelen Modified Tour qualifying was rained out on Saturday morning at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Since the timed qualifying session was cancelled, the field was lined up based on Friday's practice speeds, per the series rulebook.> More
LOUDON, N.H. -- For the better part of a decade, Ryan Preece had been trying to win a race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Friday, in the fourth-annual NASCAR Whelen Engineering All-Star Shootout at the "Magic Mile," Preece finally accomplished the feat. But it wasn't easy.
Behind the wheel of his No. 6 Simoniz Wax Chevrolet, Preece used a last lap pass of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Newman in turn one of the white-flag lap to take down the win after a hard charge from the back of the field.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will continue the 2017 season on Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with the running of the Eastern Propane & Oil 100. Below is a statistical look at the race, along with some notes on select participants:> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Over the last three years, Doug Coby has collected plenty of accolades on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. The four-time and defending series champion has won the last three championships, becoming the only driver in the modern era to accomplish the feat. And over that three-year stretch, Coby has used success at the 1.058-mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway to help him along.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- For more than 60 years of NASCAR Modified racing, the No. 4 'Mystic Missile' has been one of the most iconic and most successful rides on the track.
And although the car has not made an appearance yet on the 2017 campaign, that will change next Friday afternoon.> More
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. -- Six races into the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, and Timmy Solomito is looking every bit the driver to beat for the championship.
After his breakout four-win campaign in 2016, Solomito has had an even better encore.
Saturday, the Islip, New York, driver returned to his home track of Riverhead Raceway and picked up his third win of the season. He held off David Sapienza on an overtime finish to take the Buzz Chew Chevrolet-Cadillac 200.> More
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. – Timmy Solomito has an early edge in his bid to repeat as winner of the Buzz Chew Chevrolet-Cadillac 200 at Riverhead Raceway.
Solomito, of Islip, New York, posted a quick lap of 12.056 seconds (74.652 seconds) in qualifying Saturday at the Long Island bullring for his fifth career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Coors Light Pole Award.
The season points leader, Solomito earned his first career pole at the venerable quarter-mile in 2013.> More