Duel at the Dog 200 To Bring Whelen Modified Tour Back to Monadnock on June 18

WINCHESTER, N.H. – The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour may have one more weekend off before they return to racing at Monadnock Speedway on June 18, but the momentum coming off a busy month of May isn’t going anywhere. The Whelen Modified Tour is filled with storylines from top to bottom – from a substitute driver entering Victory Lane two races in a row, to a first-time winner, a shake-up at the top of the point standings, and a few surprises along the way.

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Goodale & Catalano Bring Early Season WMT Championship Tussle To Riverhead Raceway

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour resumes action at a familiar venue resuming after a five week hiatus returning to action for the Miller Lite 200 Saturday night May 14th at Riverhead Raceway. Two Empire state drivers that live at opposite ends of the state, Eric Goodale of Riverhead and Tommy Catalano of Ontario, NY will come to the Miller Lite 200 tied for the early season WMT championship lead.

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NASCAR Finalizes International Broadcast Rights Agreements with Fox Sports Mexico and Bandeirantes to Bring National Series Races to Latin America

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 18, 2022) – NASCAR today announced broadcast rights agreements with Fox Sports Mexico and Bandeirantes to ensure that NASCAR races will be available to race fans across all of Latin America. Both agreements run through 2024, and include all three national series, the NASCAR Mexico Series, and sister properties IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship, IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, and American Flat Track.

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Bonsignore & Emerling Bring 2021 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Championship Battle To Riverhead Raceway

2021 NASCAR Whelen Modified championship contenders Justin Bonsignore and Patrick Emerling reside in polar opposite ends of New York State. Bonsignore of Holtsville lives in the southern most part of the state, while Emerling of Orchard Park lives just south of the Canadian border in a suburb of Buffalo. All spring and summer long however their paths have crossed from Maine to Virginia as the battle for the 2021 NASCAR WMT crown. The second to last round of that fight unfolds Saturday at Riverhead Raceway in the Miller Lite 200.

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