NAMED SPONSOR OF
NASCAR'S WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR RACE
Webb is once again teaming up with New Hampshire Motor Speedway. New
England’s leading plumbing and heating distributor is fast becoming
the major pipeline to great racing in New Hampshire. F.W. Webb will
be the official sponsor of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at
the speedway on Saturday, September 18.
The F.W. Webb 100 will bring some of the best racing all weekend to
“The Magic Mile,” with Sprint Cup Series star Ryan Newman and Whelen
Modified regular Ted Christopher. Modified racing has deep roots in
New England and is always a fan favorite with tight, wheel-to-wheel
racing and lots of action.
“We are pleased to have F.W. Webb as the title sponsor for the
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event. As a New England based company,
F.W. Webb continues to realize the star power of NASCAR in the
northeast,” said Jerry Gappens, executive vice president and general
manager of the speedway.
F.W. Webb recently sponsored the new state of the art Frank Webb
Bath Center at NHMS. Boasting 30 shower stalls and 30 toilets, along
with a giant new water reservoir, fans had the opportunity to use
the facility during the June NASCAR event weekend.
“Our friends at F.W. Webb have already helped our fans come clean
during race weekend, now they’ve helped us secure some down and
dirty racing from the Whelen Modified Tour,” said Gappens.
The bump-draft style race will open up an exciting triple header on
Saturday, September 18, which includes the NASCAR Camping World
Truck Series and the American Canadian Tour.
Be a part of all the “Motorsports Magic!” Purchase your tickets now
for the SYLVANIA 300 weekend by calling our ticket hotline at (603)
783-4931 or by visiting us online at www.nhms.com.
About F.W. Webb
Since 1866, F.W. Webb has continuously serviced its customers in New
England and upstate New York. Currently, the Webb network is
comprised of over 70 locations offering a complete package of
Plumbing, Hydronics, HVAC, LP Gas Products, Biotech, Valve
Automation and Pipe-Valve-Fittings.
Source: New Hampshire Motor Speedway