AUDIO: Bonsignore Comes Up Just Short of Whelen Modified Tour Championship

Kyle Souza Asphalt Modifieds, Audio, NASCAR, New England, Touring Series 0 Comments


Bonsignore celebrates a victory in Sunday’s Sunoco World Series 150. (Kyle Souza/RaceChaserOnline photo)


Justin Bonsignore did everything he had to do in Sunday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season finale at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.

In fact, he was sitting in victory lane holding up the trophy when the Sunoco World Series 150 was finished. However, it wasn’t enough to capture the championship crown that he had hoped to grab going into the season. He came up just 12 points short behind the wheel of his No. 51 M3Technology, Phoenix Communications modified.

Obviously Bonsignore was disappointed that he didn’t win the championship, but how can you be upset with winning the Sunoco World Series 150 and heading into the offseason with winning momentum?

Hear exactly what Bonsignore thought about the situation by clicking the player below:



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Souza head shotKyle Souza is an aspiring Journalism major at the Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I.  Souza is Race Chaser Online’s New England motorsports insider, covering everything from the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to the NASCAR Whelen All American Series and the PASS North Super Late Models.

When not writing, Souza works at the Seekonk Speedway as the track’s Friday night public address announcer and press writer, and is also the Media Director for both the Granite State Pro Stock Series and the Tri Track Open Modified Series.

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