Ryan Preece Files Entry To Steel Palace 150 At Oswego Speedway

ATTLEBORO, Mass. — NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Preece will take advantage of a Saturday off this weekend to compete in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Steel Palace 150 at Oswego Speedway on Saturday, June 12. The 2013 Whelen Modified Tour champion will make his fourth tour start of the season behind the wheel of the No. 6, and will look to score his first top-10 of the year.

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Mod Tour Event At NYIRP Setting Up To Be Unique In Every Way

Lancaster, NY (June 2, 2021): The addition of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to New York International Raceway Park’s (NYIRP) Lancaster Speedway schedule may have been a surprise to many but for longtime track official, Mike Myers, it was the next logical step as track management seeks to bring the Speedway to the next level. For a track with a long and storied modified history, the show is bound to be among one of the best in 2021.

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Patrick Emerling Leads Whelen Modified Tour To Oswego Speedway For Steel Palace 150

ATTLEBORO, Mass. — Two-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour winner Patrick Emerling will lead a stout field of challengers to the next event on the tour schedule, next Saturday, June 12, at Oswego Speedway. In the Steel Palace 150, Emerling will look to maintain a scant one-point advantage in the championship standings over two-time and defending champion Justin Bonsignore.

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Chase Dowling To Drive For Doug Coby Racing In Whelen Modified Tour Action At Oswego Speedway

MILFORD, Conn. — Doug Coby Racing announced on Monday that Chase Dowling will drive the No. 10 Mayhew Tools entry in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at Oswego Speedway on Saturday, June 12. Team owner and driver Doug Coby is set to compete with the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) Series at his home track — Stafford Motor Speedway — and will be unable to compete at Oswego.

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Justin Bonsignore Returns To Whelen Modified Tour Victory Lane At Jennerstown Speedway

JENNERSTOWN, Pa. — Justin Bonsignore and Doug Coby are no strangers to running at the front of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour field. The two of them have combined to win eight of the last nine championships on NASCAR’s oldest touring series — and on Saturday night — they fought hard in the final two laps to decide the winner of the Jennerstown Salutes 150 presented by DGV on Memorial Day weekend.

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Justin Bonsignore Rolls To Jennerstown Hoping To Get Back To Victory Lane

By Souza Media/Kyle Souza HOLTSVILLE, N.Y. — Justin Bonsignore returns to Jennerstown Speedway this Saturday, May 29, for a special night of NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour action. In the Jennerstown Salutes 150 presented by DGV, honoring veterans who were lost in war, Bonsignore will carry the name of Air Force Staff Sergeant David A. Wieger, who passed away in war in 2007 — when his vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device.

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John Fortin Sr. Earns Hard Fought 35th Career Nascar Modified Victory At Riverhead Raceway Saturday Night

It certainly didn’t come easy for former three-time Buzz Chew Chevrolet NASCAR Modified champion John Fortin Sr. of Holtsville Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway but when all was said and done at the conclusion of 50-laps the 57-year-old elder statesman of the division earned his 35th career victory. Afterwards in victory lane Fortin briefly hinted the victory might also be his very last race noting “I want to go out on top, I have to really think about it I’d like to see a young kid in this car”

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