In an announcement so quiet it didn’t show up on the radar until long after the NASCAR Touring Series Awards ended Friday night at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Chris Eggleston will not return to Bill McAnally Racing next year.
NASCAR officials have announced a 14-race, 13 weekend schedule for the K&N Pro Series East next season, coming on the heels of a year in which graduates of the tour made a heavy impact on the highest levels of the sport.
The 2018 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule will feature 16 races at nine different tracks next season.
Seekonk Speedway is ready to roll for its 73rd season and they are excited to be able to showcase their NASCAR Saturday Night divisions with increased laps and higher purses for much of the season. In 2018, the NASCAR Saturday Nights start on their traditional first weekend in May kicking off the season on May 6 with the Annual Classic Car Show on May 5. The season will run through September 22 with a few scheduled weekends off.
NASCAR and Rev Racing announced Tuesday afternoon the complete roster for the 2018 NASCAR Drive for Diversity Development Team, including three young stars who will make a full-time run at the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East title.
Todd Gilliland and Chris Eggleston started out the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West season first and second, and 12 races later, nothing has changed as they prepare to settle their score once and for all.
Doug Coby entered Sunday’s Sunoco World Series 150 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park with one goal in mind: he wanted to capture his fourth straight and fifth overall NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship.
Championship weekend didn’t get off to the start Timmy Solomito was hoping it would at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Saturday. The Islip, N.Y. driver was on the track in the final two minutes of the final practice session when he was involved in a bizarre accident.
Sunday’s Sunoco World Series 150 for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will see one driver celebrate the championship at the end of the 150-lap distance, but the race will also see one driver make his long-awaited Tour debut.
Check out photos from Friday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Southern Slam 150, held on the frontstretch quarter-mile at Charlotte Motor Speedway and won by Doug Coby of MS3 Racing!
Doug Coby came south to Charlotte Motor Speedway with one goal in mind: to carry the banner and represent for the northern-based NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour teams that made the 10-plus hour trip down.
Despite being in the heart of the ‘Dirty South’ on Friday, four-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Doug Coby flew the banner for the north as he captured the pole for the Southern Slam 150 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.