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The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will make a return visit to White Mountain Motorsports Park on Aug. 1. (Dick Ayers Photo)
White Mountain Motorsports Park and NASCAR officials announced Thursday that an agreement has been reached for NASCAR’s longest-running series to make a return visit to the quarter-mile bullring.
Justin Bonsignore celebrates after winning Saturday's NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at White Mountain Motorsports Park. (Adam Glanzman/NASCAR Photo)
The first win was a dominating performance. The second was a late pass with a little help from the front bumper.
Justin Bonsignore won Sunday's NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour opener at Jennerstown Speedway. (NASCAR Photo)
It was 253 days between NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races, but Justin Bonsignore still ended up in the same place.
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, whose roots date back to 1948, will make its first visit to White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, July 4. (Adam Glanzman/NASCAR Photo)
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will make its debut at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Independence Day weekend.
Weather Stops NASCAR
With inclement weather predicted for the weekend, NASCAR and Myrtle Beach Speedway have postponed Saturday’s Wade Cole Memorial 133 presented by Dunleavy’s Truck & Trailer Repair.
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Jennerstown Speedway has been forced to postpone the upcoming NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event that was scheduled for May 23.
Wade Cole has died at the age of 67. (Dick Ayers Photo)
Wade Cole, who has competed in at least one race during all but one NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, has died according to multiple media reports.
Max McLaughlin Set For
Max McLaughlin will make his NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour debut during the series' season opener at South Boston Speedway on March 21.
Doug Coby in victory lane in Seekonk. (Dick Ayers Photo)
When talking about the Mount Rushmore of NASCAR modified racing, three drivers immediately come to mind — Mike Stefanik, Jerry Cook and Richie Evans.
Doug Coby claimed his sixth NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship Sunday at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. (NASCAR Photo)
Less than 48 hours remain before the start of a new year and surprisingly, six-time and defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Doug Coby remains unemployed. 

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