Just when Eddie Harvey had most of his planning done for his NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule this season, as often happens in the ownership business, a wrench got thrown into the works and required a change.
Recent NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee and vintage racing enthusiast Ray Evernham will serve as the grand marshal for the NAPA Auto Parts Spring Sizzler on April 28-29 at Stafford Motor Speedway.
Tommy Baldwin Racing confirmed Tuesday that the team will carry sponsorship from Accell Construction on the No. 7NY tour-type modified during the 2018 season, beginning with the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway.
Officials have announced the 2018 schedule for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS). Featuring some traditional race events, the 2018 event will also feature a series first. The four race schedule will commence on Memorial Day weekend and conclude with the fun and festive “Haunted Hundred” with plenty of action over the summer months.
NASCAR and Whelen Engineering, Inc. announced today multi-year extensions to continue its entitlement sponsorship of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series through 2024. Additionally, Whelen will also extend its designation as the “Official Warning Lights of NASCAR.”
Longtime veteran Augie Grill dominated Friday night’s Modifieds of Mayhem 75 as part of the 50th annual Snowball Derby, writing his own page of history at Five Flags Speedway in the process.
His car may have been battered and bruised, and “it certainly didn’t look pretty,” but Christopher Hogan survived a wild Modifieds of Mayhem 75 Friday night at Five Flags Speedway, charging from 24th to 12th in the process.
The 2018 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule will feature 16 races at nine different tracks next season.
After running select races together this season, Chase Dowling and LFR Chassis team owner Rob Fuller have announced that they will partner to run for the 2018 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship.
As if Eddie Harvey’s Ideal Racing team wasn’t already busy enough, their offseason just got a whole lot busier.
Simply racing again after the death of his close friend and mentor Ted Christopher was hard enough for Woody Pitkat, but being asked to carry on in Christopher’s footsteps behind the wheel of Danny Watts’ No. 82 was something else entirely.
In one of the wildest John Blewett III Memorial North-South Shootouts in history, Matt Hirschman proved true the old adage that some things just never change.