Some racers go their whole life without ever winning a championship. When your last name is Hirschman, championships are expected. Winning championships is a way of life.   Tony Hirschman, Jr. started it all off by winning five NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championships during a 10-year period from 1995 to 2005. His son, Matt, is […]

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The Modified racing world lost a legend on Thursday. Maynard Troyer passed away at the age of 79.   Troyer’s impact on Modified racing, both as a driver and as a car builder, is hard to quantify, but it can be seen in just about every current Modified race held, whether on asphalt or on […]

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Each era of Modified racing has had its legends. The 70s and 80s belonged to Jerry Cook and Richie Evans.  The 90s and 2000s belonged to Mike Stefanik and Tony Hirschman. And now the current era belongs to Doug Coby.   Coby continued to build on his Modified legacy on Sunday afternoon by winning his […]

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Last weekend at Dover, Kyle Busch recorded wins in both the Craftsman Truck and Nationwide Series events. He also won Nationwide races this season at Phoenix and Bristol. At Fontana it was a victory in the Sprint Cup Series. The list of racetracks where he has yet to win in any of NASCAR’s top three […]

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How much is too much? That is the question being asked by many people on social media as a result of last Saturday’s fireworks between Burt Myers and Junior Miller at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Race fans, journalists, drivers, race teams and some of the most well-known names in short track racing […]

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