Six races into the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, and Timmy Solomito is looking every bit the driver to beat for the championship.
Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park returns to action on Wednesday evening, with their third oval track race of the season. Headlining the night will be the third annual Thompson 125 for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, their fifth race of the season and second on the 0.625-mile high-banks.
Connecticut’s Max Zachem announced a new partnership with Southern New England real estate company Anytime Realty on Friday afternoon.
The home of modified racing in Western New York delivered another memorable moment on Saturday evening, as Andy Jankowiak won the Fans in the Stands 75 at Lancaster National Speedway.
After a slow start to the season, defending Mahoning Valley Speedway modified track champion Eric Beers got back to his winning ways on Saturday night.
Modifieds comprise the oldest division in NASCAR and are arguably the most popular race cars in the Northeast, but the cars now are as specialist-built as a Formula 1 chassis, not actually ‘modified’ like they were in the heyday of the class.
Timing is a critical element in racing and for Burt Myers, Friday’s Keller Williams Realty 125 at Caraway Speedway could not come at a better time.
Mayhew Tools will sponsor asphalt modified veteran Woody Pitkat and the No. 52 Dan Stebbins-owned modified this season.
Words can’t describe the emotion that flowed through victory lane following Sunday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Icebreaker 150 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.
Heading into to a new season, one local team is ready to take their talent to the next level in New York.
Sunday afternoon’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Icebreaker 150 did not start off how Max Zachem would have liked.
Timmy Solomito made a late-race charge to finish second in Sunday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour main event at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.