Haunted Hundred To Showcase Championship Event For Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series

SEEKONK, Mass. – Seekonk Speedway will roar to life for the final time in 2022 this weekend, as the Action Track of the East is set to host the championship event for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series in the annual Haunted Hundred. On top of 100 laps for the ground-pounding Modifieds worth $6,000 to win, the American-Canadian Tour also returns to Seekonk for their penultimate race of the season, and the INEX Legends Cars join the card for a $2,000 to win, 30-lap race.

50 Cars Attempting to Qualify for Stafford Speedway’s NAPA Fall Final

(Stafford Springs, CT)—When the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series comes to Stafford Motor Speedway this Saturday, September 24, there will be a robust field of 50 cars trying to qualify for the 80-lap, $15,000 to win feature event.  Among the 50 entrants is a wealth of driving talent.

Results From Modified Racing Series at Star Speedway, Epping NH on Sunday, 9/18/22

Here are results from the Modified Racing Series at Star Speedway, Epping NH on Sunday, 9/18/22.

Star-Studded Lineup Coming Out For Monaco Modified Tri-Track Return To Speedbowl

WATERFORD, Conn. – When the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series heads to New London-Waterford Speedbowl for the first time since 2016, many of the top stars in Modified racing are planning to compete for the big prize.

Big $10,000 Prize on the Line As Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series Heads To Seekonk

SEEKONK, Mass. – For the third time this season, the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series is ready to light up the track this Wednesday, June 29, at Seekonk Speedway. The 17th annual Open Wheel Wednesday will mark the third of seven events on the 2022 Tri-Track calendar, and the first of two at the Massachusetts third-mile oval.

Coby, Hirschman & Silk Part of Monaco Modified Tri-Track Entry List For Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk Speedway

SEEKONK, Mass. – With just one week left to go before the annual $10,000 to win Open Wheel Wednesday returns to Seekonk Speedway on June 29, the stars are lining up to compete for the big prize.

Swanson Shows Poise in Early Season, Wins First-Career Pole Award at Stafford

Acton, MA (May 4, 2021): On Friday night, April 30, Matt Swanson of Acton, MA, earned his first career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour pole award during qualifying for the prestigious Spring Sizzler.  Swanson, driver of the famed Ole Blue for Mike Boehler Racing Enterprises of E. Freetown, MA, turned a lap of 18.008 seconds, nearly eclipsing an average speed of 100 (99.956) mph, to earn the Mayhew Tools Dominator Pole Award.

Sam Rameau Goes Back-To-Back With Tri Track At Monadnock Speedway

WINCHESTER, N.H. — Sam Rameau dominated early, restarted deep in the field after a pit stop, drove to the front, made a pass for the lead, and rolled to Victory Lane. The Westminster, Massachusetts, native, and driver for Rameau Family Motorsports, was victorious in the season-opener for the Tri Track Open Modified Series presented by All Phases Renovations at Monadnock Speedway on Saturday, May 1. By Souza Media/Kyle Souza In the Wonder Casino 100, Rameau made a late pass on Ron Silk to score the $6,000 winning check — besting more…

Patrick Emerling Wins NAPA Auto Parts Spring Sizzler at Stafford Speedway

(Stafford Springs, CT)—Stafford Motor Speedway welcomed the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to Stafford Speedway for its first of three visits of the 2021 season on Friday, April 30 for the NAPA Auto Parts Spring Sizzler.  Patrick Emerling capitalized on a late race move that saw race leaders Ryan Preece and Ron Silk come together and spin right before rain hit Stafford Motor Speedway to inherit the lead and win the 49th Annual NAPA Spring Sizzler, which was called with 130 of 150 laps complete.

Doug Coby Finishes 12th in Rain Shortened Spring Sizzler at Staffod Speedway

STAFFORD, Conn. — Doug Coby wrapped the 49th annual NAPA Spring Sizzler at Stafford Motor Speedway with a 12th place finish in the rain-shortened event on Friday, April 30. Coby qualified the Mayhew Tools No. 10 in the fourth position and ran inside the top-five for the first portion of the race, taking the lead from Matt Swanson just after lap 50.