North Woodstock, NH -— Doug Coby’s made plenty of trips to Victory Lane. None like Saturday night’s though.   The six-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion picked up his first win as a driver/owner, as he piloted the No. 10 Mayhew Tools Chevrolet to the victory in the White Mountain Showdown 200 at White Mountain […]

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Earlier this week, Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham announced plans to launch the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX), with plans to take the track in 2021.  Inspired by the former International Race of Champions (IROC), the vision for the SRX involves a six-race season using spec cars driven by current and former racing greats.   However, […]

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North Woodstock, N.H. — The first win was a dominating performance. The second was a late pass with a little help from the front bumper. In the end, Justin Bonsignore is 2-for-2 on the 2020 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season. The Holtsville, New York, driver used a bump-and-run to wrestle the lead away from Matt Hirschman […]

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Today, we take a look at the history of the famous track in South Carolina that so many great drivers have run over the years.  Myrtle Beach Speedway is as unique of a racetrack as the entire town itself.  With an abrasive surface that acts like a cheese grater on tires, saving your equipment for […]

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A successful racing career has always begins somewhere, and on this date in 2006 a young Doug Coby scored his first career win on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.  Not only did he breakthrough for his first career tour victory, but he did so in one of the most prestigious races of the year: the Spring […]

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As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to put short track racing at a standstill, Speed51 is hosting a contest of a different kind. A coloring contest has begun by way of Twitter at @Speed51dotcom, with a Speed51 shirt and other prizes to be announced up for grabs.   Two different sheets have been posted on Twitter, […]

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NFL quarterback Tom Brady stole the attention of the sports world Tuesday morning when he announced he would not be returning to the New England Patriots, the team he had played for since being drafted in 2000.  While the debates will continue for years over who is or isn't the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All Time) […]

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It was perhaps the most asked question in all of short track racing over the winter: who is Doug Coby going to drive for in 2020? After months of wondering, the six-time and defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion decided on driving for himself for the first time since moving to the Tour-type Modifieds many […]

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After months of speculation concerning Doug Coby’s future on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour since his car owner Mike Smeriglio III had announced his retirement from auto racing, the six-time and defending Tour champion has decided on a course of action for 2020 and beyond.   As reported by RaceDayCT.com on Friday afternoon, Coby announced […]

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