Here are results from the Modified Racing Series at Star Speedway, Epping NH on Sunday, 9/18/22.
EPPING, N.H. – Bryan Kruczek has made a habit out of winning at Star Speedway. But Friday’s checkered flag hit a bit differently. The Newmarket, N.H., racer closed out the Granite State Pro Stock Series season at his team’s home track with a win in the Ty Cooper Land Holdings 100, celebrating his second win of the year on the birthday of car owner Bobby Webber’s late father.
WALPOLE, N.H. – As the Granite State Pro Stock Series opens the book for this year’s 57th Star Classic Weekend at Star Speedway, the tome of the touring series’ 2022 season will close as its last chapter goes to press.
EPPING, N.H. – In only his fifth start with the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series, Jake Johnson joined an exclusive club. The nineteen-year-old from Rehoboth, Mass., survived a series of late-race restarts to post his first-ever Tour-type Modified victory in Saturday’s SBM 125 XI at Star Speedway.
EPPING, N.H. – With three races down and four to go before a Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series champion is crowned, teams are heading north to New Hampshire this Saturday, July 23. Ready to roll into Star Speedway in Epping, New Hampshire, Monaco Modified teams will compete in the 11th annual SBM Classic 125-lap race, worth $7,500 to win, with a total purse of over $40,000 throughout the field.
WHITINSVILLE, Mass. – For the first time this season, Matt Galko and Stan Mertz Racing will team together to compete at a track not named Stafford Motor Speedway this weekend. Galko will drive the No. 6 Koopman Lumber Tour-Type Modified at Star Speedway in Epping, New Hampshire, on Saturday, July 23, to compete in the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series SBM 125.
For the fourth time this season, Sam Rameau will strap in behind the wheel of the No. 06 for Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series racing this Saturday night. Set to compete in the SBM 125 at Star Speedway, worth $7,500 to win, Rameau will look to make it two straight wins for Rameau Family Motorsports.
Several local motorsports competitors are in action during this 2022 racing season. The Kuhn family is one of them and is comprised of driver Ryan Kuhn of E. Bridgewater and father Jimmy, Jr. and grandfather Jimmy Sr. both of West Bridgewater as part of his crew.
Starting with the 2022 season the PRO4 Modified’s Of New England will end the two-division concept. Going forward the division will race as one division with rules to keep the competition tight and fun. The Club’s Competition Committee has made several rule changes/adjustments over the past two years to close the gap between the Lite and Unlimited Cars. There will be a informational meeting 1/30/22 at 12 noon at 140 Southbridge Street North Oxford MA (bring a chair).
WESTMINSTER, Mass. – Rameau Family Motorsports announced today a full slate of scheduled events for the team for the 2022 season. The schedule will begin in April and run through the end of October with the team set to visit at least nine different tracks across multiple states in the New England region to compete in Modified action.