Pelkey Doubles Up with Consecutive Times Argus Midseason Championships At Thunder Road

Barre, VT — Graniteville’s Christopher Pelkey used the outside groove at Thunder Road on Thursday to take down his second consecutive Times Argus Midseason Championship. In all, Pelkey doubled down on the iconic race win along with double the points and double the cash, courtesy of our Streaming Partners at FloRacing. Rookie Kaiden Fisher and veteran four-cylinder aces Josh Lovely and Frank Putney also doubled down on Times Argus Midseason Championships night.

Olson Apartments Renews Stafford SK Light Contingency Program Participation For Seventh Consecutive Season

(Stafford Springs, CT)—For the seventh consecutive season Olson Apartments of Agawam, MA signed on to continue participation in the Stafford Speedway contingency program.  Olson Apartments will provide a weekly $75 bonus to each SK Light third place finisher this season, providing an extra $1,650 for drivers during the 2022 season.  Combined with the already announced American Sign, Inc. SK Light contingency, all 3rd place finishers will each receive an extra $150 in bonus money in 2022.

Love’s Travel Stops to fuel McDowell for 10th Consecutive Season

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (February 4, 2022) – Love’s Travel Stops, the leading travel stop network, is back and ready to defend its 2021 Daytona 500 Championship win with driver Michael McDowell and Front Row Motorsports (FRM). The famous yellow and red heart scheme is back for its 10th consecutive season on the No. 34 Ford Mustang and will debut its new Next Generation look this weekend at the Clash inside the famed Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Ryan Preece Claims Third Consecutive Victory In Return To Richmond

RICHMOND, Va. – In the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour’s return to Richmond Raceway, Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT dominated, leading 98 of 156 laps and surviving multiple late-race restarts to win his third consecutive race over a three-month stretch and first at “The Action Track.”

Rogers Makes It 18 Consecutive Seasons Of Nascar Modified Wins At Riverhead Raceway

Coming into the final month of racing at Riverhead Raceway Saturday night defending Buzz Chew Chevrolet NASCAR Modified champion Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead had two goals on his mind. Try and go out and win the 50-lap feature event for long time team member Pete “Fuzzy” Jones who passed away earlier in the week and also continue his streak of at least one victory for the 18th consecutive race season. Rogers is the ninth different win in 2021 in thirteen NASCAR Modified events.