A change in his car might be exactly what Justin Bonsignore needs to make a run at the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship in 2018.
Just prior to the holiday season third year Riverhead Raceway owners Eddie & Connie Partridge and Tom Gatz released their 2018 NASCAR Whelen All American Series and Enduro race series schedule on the track’s web page much to the delight of race teams and race fans alike.
In recent years the racing in Stafford’s SK Modified® division has been second to none, with weekly excitement and jaw dropping finishes. The 2018 season promises to be much of the same with a driver roster full of young talent and crafty veterans. New for the 2018 season, Starrett Tools has signed on as a contingency partner for the entire season, awarding a $150 bonus each week to the winner of each SK Modified® feature.
Kenneth Massa Motorsports has announced its 2018 plans for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. Veteran driver Justin Bonsignore will drive a LFR Car as he races for the NWMT championship with Ryan Stone as his crew chief.
Continuing on NASCAR’s refreshment of its brand identity, which began last December with a new sanction mark and new series logo for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR revealed a new NASCAR Home Tracks brand mark and new series logos for its regional and touring series on Wednesday.
NASCAR’s oldest division, the Whelen Modified Tour, is set to return to America’s original paved oval, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, for the third running of the Thompson 125 on Wednesday, June 14.
NBC and NASCAR have announced the remainder of the broadcast schedule for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West, as well as the newly unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
NASCAR officials released a statement on Thursday morning regarding the New London-Waterford Speedbowl, following the recent arrest of track owner Bruce Bemer.
Another long winter has come and gone and it’s time to roll into the 5/8 mile Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park once again for the annual Icebreaker weekend.
Coming into the 2017 Pro Stock season, Tom Scully Jr. is at the top of the list when it comes to championship favorites. Last year, Scully finally was able to capture his first title in a consistent season while he captured some victories along the way.
After speculation had been swirling since the unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule was released in December, newest Langley Speedway track owner Bill Mullis confirmed on Sunday evening that the series will visit the track on May 13.
With the 2017 season on the horizon at Stafford Motor Speedway, Cromwell native Eric Berndt is preparing to embark on his 23rd consecutive season of SK Modified® competition at the half-mile facility. Berndt began his modified career in 1995 at the age of 16 and has been part of the SK Modified® landscape at Stafford ever since.