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Justin Bonsignore Victorious At Riverhead Again

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. Justin Bonsignore held off Ryan Preece through a furious finish to capture the Buzz Chew Auto Group 200 checkered flag Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway.

A native of Holtsville, New York, Bonsignore took the lead for good on Lap 171 and drove to his fifth career victory at the Long Island quarter-mile.

It marked the 16th career Whelen Modified Tour victory for Bonsignore, who has won four of seven in 2018 as the season nears the halfway point. He now has a 33-point lead atop the standings.

Bonsignore won his seventh career pole earlier in the afternoon, but Timmy Solomito gained the lead from the drop of the green. Preece moved to the front on Lap 19, and it was a two-horse race with Bonsignore from there. more info...

Ryan Preece Makes His Move When It Counts at Langley

HAMPTON, Va.   In the midst of a Saturday night short-track shootout at Larry King Law's Langley Speedway, Ryan Preece made the right move, at the right time.

The Berlin, Connecticut driver passed Justin Bonsignore for the lead on lap 131, and he never looked back en route to his second NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour victory of the season.

The triumph was the 22nd of his career, and his first at the 0.396-mile Virginia oval. The 27-year-old has now been to Victory Lane in seven of his last 19 stars in Whelen Modified Tour competition. more info...

Justin Bonsignore Finds Way To The Front Again at Thompson

THOMPSON, Conn.   Justin Bonsignore didn't look to have the fastest car for much of the Thompson 125, but when it was time to crown the winner, he found his way to the front.

The Holtsville, New York, driver scored his third victory of the 2018 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, using a late caution to get out front of the field on pit road.

The win was his 15th career, his seventh on the Thompson high-banks, and it helped to continue an early-season roll that has him at the top of the championship standings with five of 16 races into the record books. more info...

Justin Bonsignore Continues His Roll at Seekonk

SEEKONK, Mass.   Justin Bonsignore has quickly proven that he is going to be the man to beat during the 2018 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season.

The Holtsville, New York, driver scored his second win of the young season on Saturday at Seekonk Speedway, holding off a late charge from rising star Chase Dowling in the final circuits at the third-mile Massachusetts oval.

The victory was the 14th career for Bonsignore in Whelen Modified Tour competition, and his second of the 2018 season behind the wheel of the No. 51 Phoenix Communications Chevrolet for Kenneth Massa Motorsports. more info...

Bobby Measmer Jr. in Record Book at Bowman Gray Stadium

Jonathan Brown Wins first 25 lap event

Winston Salem, NC . (May. 12, 2017) Brown would win the first twenty-five lap event at BGS, but it was Measmer Jr. night when he won the second twenty-five lap race at the Madhouse. It was Measmer's first victory at the fame quarter mile.

Measmer has been a contender for a win all season an with the fourth event of the season has a car tha tcould win a few more before the season is over.


Ryan Preece Wins Second Straight Stafford Spring Sizzler

4/29/18 - STAFFORD, Conn.    There has been nobody better than Ryan Preece lately when it comes to NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour racing at Stafford Motor Speedway.

For the second straight year, Preece drove the No. 6 TS Haulers Chevrolet to Victory Lane at the track's NAPA Auto Parts Spring Sizzler 200. It continues a hot streak for the Berlin, Connecticut, driver at the historic half-mile. He's the first driver to win the Sizzler in back-to-back years since Bobby Santos III in 2013-14. more

Burt Myers Wins Season Opener at BGS

Hayes Jewelers 200 - 210

Winston Salem, NC . Burt Myers from Kernersville, NC would take home the top prize by leading all 210 laps of the Hayes Jewelers 200.

Qualifying was set friday for the modifieds with Myers winning the season opener pole with a time of 13.124. Myers held off several restarts from Tim Brown, Brandon Ward, in front of a packed house.

Myers drove hard to hold off Ward in two GREEN,WHITE, CHECKER restarts, but at the end Myers would come home with the win.. more