2014 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour schedule
has a pair of special non-points events on the slate
this season to go along with its traditional
calendar and some notable additions.
The Whelen Southern Modified Tour’s 10th season of
competition will see 15 championship points events
scattered throughout the tour’s familiar
southeastern footprint. Added to the season-opening
non-points UNOH Battle At The Beach at Daytona
International Speedway is another special event
folded into the June Whelen Modified Tour visit to
New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Also new this year is second visits to Virginia
short tracks – Langley Speedway and South Boston
When the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour makes its
summer visit to New Hampshire, the points race on
Saturday, July 12, will be preceded by a unique,
invitation-only 25-lap shootout the day before that
includes the Southern Tour. The race will feature a
limited field and is only open to past NASCAR Whelen
Modified and Whelen Southern Modified Tour champions
and race winners, along with 2013 Sunoco Rookies of
the Year for both tours.
“The expanded 2014 calendar gives the passionate
Modified fans additional opportunities to enjoy the
stars, cars and high-speed excitement of the NASCAR
Whelen Southern Modified Tour at some of the most
historic tracks in all of NASCAR,” said George
Silbermann, NASCAR vice president, regional and
The 2014 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour
Bowman Gray Stadium – The historic quarter-mile date
on Aug. 2 is always a season highlight.
Bristol Motor Speedway – The World’s Fastest Half
Mile again hosts the Whelen Modified-Whelen Southern
Modified Tour combination event at Bristol (Tenn.)
Motor Speedway as part of a doubleheader with the
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Aug. 20.
Caraway Speedway – The unofficial home track of the
Southern Modified Tour has six dates throughout the
season including the season opener on March 9.
Charlotte Motor Speedway – The tour will share a
stage with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Oct. 9
for the season finale as the Modifieds will tackle
the quarter-mile oval situated on the frontstretch
of the Concord, N.C., facility.
Daytona International Speedway – The season will get
underway on Feb. 18 with a non-championship race for
the second straight season on the short-track oval
at the “World Center of Racing” as part of the UNOH
Battle At The Beach.
Langley Speedway – Two dates – April 12 and Aug. 30
– are on tap this season at the racy Virginia oval.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway – In another
combination event with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series,
select Southern Tour competitors will compete
alongside their brethren in the Whelen Modified Tour
on July 11 in a special non-points event.
South Boston Speedway – Like Langley, the legendary
Virginia short track will host a pair of tour dates
on April 5 and Sept. 13.
Southern National Motorsports Park – After a
successful return to the slate a season ago, the
Kenly, N.C., track again has two races – March 15
and Sept. 20.
Earlier this year at Charlotte Motor Speedway,
George Brunnhoelzl III captured his third straight
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship and fourth
in five seasons. He, along with the six other NASCAR
touring series champions and special award winners,
will be honored at the NASCAR Night of Champions
Awards on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Charlotte (N.C.)
Convention Center next to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
2014 NASCAR WHELEN
SOUTHERN MODIFIED TOUR SCHEDULE
Date / Track (Length) / Location
Tue, Feb. 18 *^, Daytona International Speedway (.4-mile), Daytona
Sat., March 9, Caraway Speedway (.455-mile), Asheboro, N.C.
Sat., March 15, Southern National Motorsports Park (.4-mile), Kenly,
Sat., March 29, Caraway Speedway (.455-mile), Asheboro, N.C.
Sat., April 5, South Boston Speedway (.4-mile) ,South Boston, Va.
Sat., April 12, Langley Speedway (.395-mile), Hampton, Va.
Sat., April 19, Caraway Speedway (.455-mile), Asheboro, N.C.
Fri., July 4, Caraway Speedway (.455-mile), Asheboro, N.C.
Fri., July 11 ^, New Hampshire Motor Speedway (1.058-mile), Loudon,
Sat., Aug. 2, Bowman Gray Stadium (.25-mile) ,Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wed., Aug. 20 *, Bristol Motor Speedway (.533-mile), Bristol, Tenn.
Sat., Aug. 30, Langley Speedway (.395-mile), Hampton, Va.
Fri., Sept 5, Caraway Speedway (.455-mile), Asheboro, N.C.
Sat. Sept. 13, South Boston Speedway (.4-mile), South Boston, Va.
Sat., Sept. 20, Southern National Motorsports Park (.4-mile), Kenly,
Sat., Sept. 27, Caraway Speedway (.455-mile), Asheboro, N.C.
Thurs., Oct. 9, Charlotte Motor Speedway (.25-mile), Concord, N.C.
* Combination race with NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
^ Non-points event
Schedule Subject to Change