Modified racing was thrilling all across the country in 2018 and our cameras were on hand to cover much of it. These are the Top 10 Modified videos from 2018 to appear on the Speed51 Video Network.
Justin Bonsignore was halfway through one of the most dominant seasons we’ve seen in some time when he went to the Magic Mile of New Hampshire Motor Speedway and took the victory.
In the NASCAR Cup Series, Kevin Harvick has taken on the nickname of “The Closer.” It’s about time Bobby Santos III becomes known the same way. Over the last few races at New Hampshire, Santos has come out of nowhere to contend for the victory, and in July this year he did the exact same thing.
The racing season in New England doesn’t officially begin until the ice is broken at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Thompson, Connecticut. Rowan Pennink kicked off his last season of racing in the best way possible by winning the 50-lap feature at the 5/8-mile oval.
Who says you need a bunch of cars to have a thrilling race? This race at North Carolina’s Caraway Speedway featured just six cars, but it was one of the most entertaining Modified races of the entire season.
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour heads south to Myrtle Beach Speedway to kick off its season. The surprise story of the year began in the first race of the year when part-time driver Jon McKennedy took the victory.
The season finale for the Modifieds of Mayhem at Five Flags Speedway lived up to its name with plenty of mayhem taking place over the course of 71 laps. Augie Grill picked up the victory.
With big names like Ryan Preece and Matt Hirschman in the starting lineup, almost anybody else taking the win would be considered an upset. But when Mike Willis Jr. pulls off the win, his first ever Tour-type Modified victory, it’s an upset of epic proportions.
Speedweeks in Florida for the Modifieds kicked off a couple hours away from New Smyrna Speedway at the Bronson Speedway. This year it was Matt Hirschman taking down the victory in a 50-lap feature.
The finale for the Modifieds at New Smyrna Speedweeks every February is the Richie Evans Memorial 100. This year it was Ryan Preece taking his third victory in the legendary race, but it was Matt Hirschman scoring the championship for the week-long festivities.
Patrick Emerling has a knack for success at New York’s Lancaster National Speedway, and he showed it once again back in May at the Queen City Clash 75.