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  JUSTIN BONSIGNORE LOOKING FOR FIRST STAFFORD VICTORY IN NAPA FALL FINAL WEEKEND            STAFFORD MOTOR SPEEDWAY
As the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour prepares for their final visit of the 2014 season to Stafford Motor Speedway, the race for the championship is as tight as ever. Doug Coby currently leads Justin Bonsignore by a scant 4 point margin, and the Tour heads to Loudon, NH before coming to Stafford for the NAPA Fall Final Weekend on Sept. 27-28. With Bonsignore looking to erase that 4-point deficit, he is still in search of his first win at the Connecticut half-mile facility. Bonsignore has won 2 of his 5 career pole positions at Stafford, with both pole positions coming in qualifying for the NAPA Fall Final Weekend. To date, Bonsignore’s best career finish at Stafford has been a second place effort. He finished second in last year’s NAPA Spring Sizzler and he matched that effort again with a second place....Full Story
  ROB FULLER MOTORSPORTS SEEKS REDEMPTION AT LOUDON                                                                                        ROB FULLER MOTORSPORTS
In July, Rob Fuller Motorsports brought a contenting race car to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event. Todd Szegedy, driver of the No. 15 15-50 Connection Chevrolet, led 15 laps of the race, but unfortunately the day ended with a DNF due to a mechanical failure. This weekend, the RFM team is seeking to recapture the success of the day and finish it off with a win. Szegedy has a knack for racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He’s the defending race winner and has an average finish of 9.8 in 24 starts at this track. “The way I look at it if we finish without having an issue, we are going to finish strong,” said Szegedy. “Everywhere we’ve raced we’ve been a contender to win. We’ve just had mechanical..."....Full Story
  THERMOSTAT OR THERMOMETER by Rev. Don Rivers                                                                                                     RACING WITH JESUS MINISTRIES
As you may know I was away on vacation in Maine visiting my wife’s folks. During that time I became very sick, a high fever among other things. I am thankful for a good support staff to help out. This week Rev. Ray wanted to share some thoughts with you. Greetings in the name of the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. As we are coming to the end of another racing season, many things go through our minds. We contemplate many things yet undecided. We also rethink the season past; where am I in the points race; what do I need to do to make it to the end; will we have enough resources; what can I do to boost my point standing? Worry is a key component in all of this, and it is natural. Many times we struggle to contain our worry and anxiety as it relates  to things beyond....Full Story
  26TH ANNUAL US OPEN ON TAP FOR THIS WEEKEND AT LANCASTER SPEEDWAY                                                 LANCASTER US OPEN
Western New York’s racing finale is right around the corner and final preparations are being put in place for this weekend’s 26th annual US Open at Lancaster Speedway. Short Track Management (STM) is promoting this year’s edition of the US Open, which is one of the biggest short track racing events in the Northeastern United States. Over 100 cars have already preregistered for the event with over 150 cars expected to compete across nine divisions. Over $60,000 in cash and contingency awards will be on the table for the race teams competing this weekend. The Tommy Druar/Tony Jankowiak Memorial 125 for the Race of Champions Modified Tour has a purse of over $21,000, including $4000 to the race winner. Five-time US Open winner, Chuck Hossfeld, comes in to the event on a hot streak. Hossfeld has won the....Full Story
  CHAMP TRAIL: 09/16/14 by Phil Smith                                                                                                                                                                             CHAMP TRAIL
Keith Rocco broke the strangle hold that Rowan Pennink had on the SK Modified division at Stafford on Friday night. Pennink, up until Friday night, had a string of three wins in a row. It was also not a good night for Ryan Preece who lost the division point lead to Ted Christopher after his car developed problems and he was forced to drop out. Other winners were Adam Gray, who won his fifth feature of the year in the 30-lap Late Model Feature, and Justin Bren, who won his second Limited Late Model feature of the year. They were joined in NAPA Victory Lane by three first –time winners at Stafford and they were Paul French in the SK Light feature, Dan Dembek in the DARE Stock feature, and Devin O’Connell in the Legends Car feature. In the SK Modified 40 lapper, Pennink finished second....Full Story
  NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR NEWS & NOTES: NEW HAMPSHIRE MOTOR SPEEDWAY                NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship contender Justin Bonsignore will look to make the most of lost opportunities by taking advantage of those that could be ahead of him this week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Just four tallies behind points leader Doug Coby with the season winding down, Bonsignore lost a valuable opportunity to make a push for the lead when last week’s event at Riverhead Raceway was cancelled due to rain. Bonsignore possessed a decided statistical advantage on Coby at the Long Island bullring – his home track where he posted his first Whelen Modified Tour win and raced to a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track title just three years ago. But at the tight quarter-mile where a good day can go bad quickly, Bonsignore is...Full Story    Entry List
  NASCAR WHELEN SOUTHERN MODIFIED TOUR NEWS & NOTES: SOUTHERN NATIONAL      NASCAR WHELEN SOUTHERN MODIFIED TOUR
When the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour made its first visit to Southern National Motorsports Park, veteran competitor JR Bertuccio was hoping to just build off of his career-best finish of third at Caraway one week earlier. Little did Bertuccio or many of his fellow competitors realize what was about to happen. Bertuccio was able to get around pole-sitter and four-time series champion George Brunnhoelzl III on Lap 11 and remained out front the rest of the way for his first career tour victory. Bertuccio took the momentum from that win in March to enjoy his most successful season to-date, having added another win to his resume after finishing the highest of any southern modified driver at the combination event with the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour....Full Story    Entry List
  EBERSOLE RACES TO SECOND CAREER VICTORY                                                                                  NASCAR WHELEN SOUTHERN MODIFIED TOUR
There must be something about the state of Virginia that brings out the best in Kyle Ebersole. The Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, driver decided to change up his pit strategy and pitted early on Lap 53 and was able to hold off a late charge by Andy Seuss to win the South Boston 150 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour event at South Boston Speedway. It was the second career victory for Ebersole. His first came last season at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia. Seuss made several attempts in his quest for a season sweep at South Boston, but was ultimately forced to settle for second. He was followed across the line by George Brunnhoelzl III, Burt Myers and J.R. Bertuccio. Ebersole and Seuss had the fans on their feet over the final 10 laps of the races as the duo raced....Full Story
  NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR RAINED OUT AT RIVERHEAD                                                                          NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR
Due to inclement weather Saturday at Riverhead Raceway, the Riverhead 200 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race has been cancelled. Rain moved over the track during afternoon practice and persisted into the evening, forcing the cancellation of the event by NASCAR and track officials. Due to local regulations that prohibit Riverhead Raceway from running events after the month of September, no make-up date is available to reschedule the Riverhead 200. The Whelen Modified Tour has scheduled events the next two weekends to close out the month. The Whelen Modified Tour will return to action on Saturday, Sept. 20 with the F.W. Webb 100 at New Hampshire Motor....Full Story

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Rob Fuller Motorsports And 15-40
Connection Seek Cancer Stories

Looking Back A Bit: 09/12/14
with Phil Smith

Coby Hoping To Continue Stafford Success
In Fall Final Weekend Sept. 27-28

Listen Up
by Rev. Don Rivers

Matt Hirschman Looking To Three-Peat

Sunoco RoC Modified 200 Boasts $18,000
Plus Lap Fund Once Again This Year

Champ Trail: 09/09/14
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