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Camping World Series East, Whelen Modified Tour to Test May 12

    Race teams from the NASCAR Camping World Series East and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour are set to visit New Hampshire Motor Speedway for a joint test session on May 12.
    The test sessions for NASCAR Camping World Series East and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour teams are held in preparation for the series’ upcoming events at New Hampshire . The NASCAR Camping World Series East will run the Heluva Good! Summer 125 on Friday, June 27 while the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will take the green flag on Saturday, June 28 in the New England 100. Both series are scheduled to return to New Hampshire for events on Sept. 12-13. Please visit the track’s official Web site ( for ticket information.
    The Monday, May 12 joint session at the 1.058-mile track in Loudon , N.H. , is scheduled to run from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The practice is open to the public.
    Following the New Hampshire test, the NASCAR Camping World Series East will return to official competition at Iowa Speedway in Newton , Iowa on Sunday, May 18 in a combined race with the NASCAR Camping World Series West. The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will resume its 2008 schedule at Stafford ( Conn. ) Motor Speedway with the TSI Harley-Davidson 150 on Friday, May 23.

A preliminary roster of the teams testing includes:

NASCAR Camping World Series East Teams

No., Driver, Hometown, Team, Sponsor/Manufacturer
03, Rogelio Lopez, Aquascalientes, Mexico, Dave Davis Motorsports, Telmex/Lucas Oil Chevrolet
2, Craig Goess, Greenville, N.C., Eddie Sharp Racing, Greenville Toyota Toyota
3, Austin Dillon, Lewisville, N.C., ASM Motorsports, Garage Equipment Supply Chevrolet
7, Ryan Duff, Hazard, Ky., Laughlin Racing, Laughlin Performance/Pine Branch Coal Chevrolet
14, Joseph Masessa, Franklin Lakes, N.J., Moore Racing, Moore Racing Chevrolet
16, Max Dumarey, Gent, Belgium, Fadden Racing Inc., Chevrolet
24, Patrick Dupree, Saranac Lake, N.Y., TBA, TBA
31, James Buescher, Plano, Texas, Marsh Racing, Coca-Cola Chevrolet
35, Steve Park, East Northport, N.Y., NOS Motorsports, Waste Management Recycle Americas
38, Alan Tardiff, Lyman, Maine, Go Green Racing, McNeilus Trucks/Bestway Disposal Chevrolet
39, Dustin Delaney, Mayfield, N.Y., Delaney Motorsports, Delaney Motorsports Chevrolet
40, Matt Kobyluck, Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Racing, Mohegan Sun Chevrolet
44, Peyton Sellers, Danville, VA, ASM Motorsports, Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet
61, Mike Olsen, North Haverhill, N.H., Fadden Racing Inc., Fadden Racing Chevrolet
71, Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, Mass., Robert Grimm Racing, Grimm Construction Chevrolet
99, Bryon Chew, Mattituck, N.Y., Buzz Chew Motorsports, Buzz Chew Chevrolet Chevrolet

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Teams

No., Driver, Hometown, Team, Sponsor/Manufacturer
2, Todd Szegedy, Ridgefield, Conn., Mike Smeriglio Racing, Wisk-Snuggle Ford
11, Anthony Sesely, Matawan, N.J., Beal Motorsports, A-1 Auto Center Chevrolet
17, Glen Reen, Wilbraham, Mass., Reen Racing, Reen Orthodontics
28, James Civali, Meriden, Conn., King Racing, Ramar-Hall Inc./Genesis Shocks Chevrolet
32, Tom Abele, Norwich, Conn., , Synergy Racing Oil / Crystal Auto Body / M & W Sheet Metal /
       Connecticut Defenders Chevrolet
36, L.W. Miller, Dushore, Pa., Baker Motorsports, John Baker Plumbing & Utilities Pontiac


Source:  Jason Cunningham / NASCAR PR
Posted:  May 5, 2008

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