A new year brings new storylines in short track racing.  Whether it’s on dirt or pavement, with or without fenders, here are 10 names we are keeping an eye on as the 2021 racing season gets underway.   Max McLaughlin – After the North-South Shootout win last November, it’s safe to say Tour-type Modified fans […]

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As with much of short track racing, the landscape of Modified racing was radically different in 2020, whether you drove with wide tires, narrow tires, a wing over your head; north, south, or out west. But, their will still plenty of chances for glory and victory once the world got somewhat back on its feet. […]

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The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour ended an unpredictable 2020 season Saturday afternoon at a familiar place – the 58th Annual World Series of Speedway Racing at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.  At the end of the World Series 150, a pair of drivers from Long Island celebrated major feats in victory lane.   Craig Lutz of […]

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JENNERSTOWN, Pa. — The speed of the Long Island contingent of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour was on full display Saturday night at Jennerstown Speedway, but the winner at the end of the Laurel Highlands 150 was not the one fans might expect.   Craig Lutz marched his way to the front and held off […]

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Craig Lutz was victorious the last time the Tri-Track Open Modified Series took the track at Monadnock Speedway (NH), but it was not without controversy.  Lutz will be gunning for another Tri-Track triumph on Saturday, July 25 at Star Speedway.   Before the series’ next event, Lutz joined Speed51’s “The Bullring” to discuss the upcoming […]

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Today’s Guest Lineup Brooke Storer, Wheelman Series Gabe Sommers, Super Late Model Driver Payton Looney, Show-Me 100 Winner Joey Doiron, Granite State Pro Stock Series Craig Lutz, Modified Driver Gavan Boschele, Micro Sprint Driver Matt Craig, Masters of the Pros Winner

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A last-lap bump-and-run move at Monadnock Speedway on Sunday night led to heated words in Victory Lane, as New York native Craig Lutz bumped fan-favorite Les Hinckley out of the way to win the Tri-Track Open Modified Series season opener.   Hinckley lead the race until turn three on the final lap and appeared to […]

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