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Chase Dowling Avoids Chaos To Score Musket 250 At NHMS

One final corner and $25,000 on the line

LOUDON, N.H. 9/22/18 — Chaos. While Justin Bonsignore and Ryan Preece made contact and crashed racing for the lead in turn three on the final lap of the inaugural Musket 250 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Chase Dowling slid by both of them to score his first career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win.

In July, it was Dowling came off turn four in position to win at the ‘Magic Mile,' but lost the dash to the checkered by just .014 seconds to Bobby Santos III. This time, Dowling edged Patrick Emerling by 0.056 seconds, moments before the yellow flew for the rest of the field. more info...

Justin Bonsignore Scores The Season Sweep at Riverhead

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. —  Justin Bonsignore just continues to pull away.

The Holtsville, New York, driver found himself carrying the checkered flag for the seventh time this season on Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway.

Bonsignore took the lead from Timmy Solomito and went on to score his sixth career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win at his home track, sweeping the two races at the New York oval in 2018. The victory was the seventh in the first 13 races of the season and his 19th career in Whelen Modified Tour competition. more info...

Matt Hirschman Breaks Dry Spell With Victory at Oswego

RAPID REWIND: Oswego Perfect Redemption

OSWEGO, N.Y. —  Ten years later, Matt Hirschman can still get the job done.

The Northampton, Pennsylvania, driver rolled into NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Victory Lane for the first time since October of 2008 on Saturday night at Oswego Speedway.

Hirschman took the lead from Justin Bonsignore on lap 120 and survived three attempts at NASCAR overtime in order to seal his third career Whelen Modified Tour victory. The win was his first at the 0.625-mile New York oval and first driving for PeeDee Motorsports. more info...

Justin Bonsignore Knocks Bristol Off His Bucket List

Bristol , Tenn 8/16/2018

Roll on, Justin Bonsignore.

As of now, it looks like no one is going to stop the Holtsville, New York, driver on his path towards his first NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship in 2018. For the sixth time this season, the veteran climbed out victorious on Thursday night at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Another victory, another extension on his points lead and another marque track knocked off his driving bucket list.

“It's huge for our series, and myself in general,” Bonsignore said of winning at ‘Thunder Valley' in his ninth start at the 0.533-mile oval. “We were really adamant to come down here and not points race. We wanted to win Bristol.” More info...

Justin Bonsignore Keeps His Dominant Roll Going at Thompson

THOMPSON, Conn. —  Justin Bonsignore seems to have mastered Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.

The Holtsville, New York, veteran pulled into NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Victory Lane for the fifth time in 2018 on Wednesday night as part of the Bud “King of Beers” 150.

The victory was the fifth of the season for Bonsignore, his 17th of his Whelen Modified Tour career and his eighth at Thompson. He has now been in Victory Lane for all three stops at the 0.625-mile oval.

“I just can't believe the season we are having,” Bonsignore said. “We just have to keep it going. Ryan Stone brought a great LFR car here. We have a long way to go, but hopefully we can just keep winning races.” more info...

Doug Coby Finds His Way Back To Victory Lane at Stafford

8/3/18 - STAFFORD, Conn. - Doug Coby was not going to be denied on Friday night at Stafford Motor Speedway.

The five-time and defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion was sliding through the grass early on, and had to pass more than a handful of cars in his efforts to charge back to the front of the field.

However, when it mattered most, the Milford, Connecticut, pulled back into Victory Lane for the first time in nearly one year.

The victory in the Starrett 150 was the first of the season for Coby, his 24th career in Whelen Modified Tour competition and the 11th of his career at the historic Stafford half-mile.

“It's been a long time coming,” Coby said. “We didn't win at Stafford at all last year, and it seemed to be a place we were always good at. When I have a good car here, I like to try and defend my home-turf. This is great for our team. We are excited to be back in Victory Lane.”     more