The finish of Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour F.W. Webb 100 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway has been debated over and over since the No. 6 machine of Ryan Preece went for a spin off the front bumper of Doug Coby’s No. 2 car.   Was it a dirty move by Coby?  Did Preece […]

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It was another busy weekend of short track racing action in all four corners of the country this past weekend.  We understand that between attending races and enjoying the summer weather that you may have missed a few stories from those races throughout the weekend.  That’s why we have put together a list of the […]

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When the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour makes their way to New Hampshire Motor Speedway, there’s never any doubt that the chrome horn will be used.  Saturday afternoon, a bump to the back bumper of Ryan Preece on the final lap of the F.W. Webb 100 led to Doug Coby winning his third career race at “The Magic […]

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MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Entering its second “build season” for Modifieds, and first for Super Late Models, LFR Chassis is looking forward to constructing more race-winning chassis and strengthening relationships with both new and current customers. After a busy year of growth and racing, the company is thrilled to enter the 2016 build season and offer […]

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The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returned to Long Island for their second stop of 2015 at Riverhead Raceway (NY) Saturday night.  Noticeable were some slight differences from back in June, but a couple of the same results remained.   The weather this time around was absolutely beautiful and without a drop of rain.  A full […]

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One week ago, Coby went to victory lane at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (CT).  Wednesday morning, he set the early precedent that he will be among the drivers to beat in tonight’s Bush’s Beans 150 combination race with the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified […]

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On Wednesday night at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (CT), defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Doug Coby “ruffled some feathers” during his charge back through the field.  A pass-through penalty with 50 laps to go caused Coby to have to come from mid-pack in order to take his third straight win at the Connecticut oval. […]

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When the dust settled at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park Wednesday night, Doug Coby had come out on top for the third straight time at the “Big T”, but the drive to victory wasn’t easy in the slightest.   Coby started the night with the fastest car, powering past Donny Lia for the lead after […]

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