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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It’s been nearly six years since Doug Coby has taken a shot at winning the North-South Shootout.  The last time the Milford, Connecticut driver made the trip south to North Carolina for the end-of-year event was in 2009 when he finished third at Concord Speedway.   A lot of things have changed since Coby’s last […]

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Twelve days.  Three races.  Three different race tracks.  One state.  411 laps of racing.  It’s the busiest stretch of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season and it kicks off Saturday night at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (CT) with the Mr. Rooter 161.  It could seem daunting to some people, but not to the crew chief […]

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