Salem, IN – Tonight the Sunoco SK Modified Series will continue their Mid-West swing into Salem Speedway in Indiana. This will mark the firs time the series has gone to the track. Last week saw a good field of modifieds at Flat Rock Speedway in Michigan. Looking for a great car count tonight Salem Speedway offers some high backs and great action. The race will start at 9pm with the second race to follow. Who will be able to pick up a victory or two tonight? Come find out!
Carleton, MI – Flat Rock Speedway was the track and Sunoco SK Modifeds were the action last Wednesday night for Twin 50 lap features. In the firs trace it was defending champion Todd Taylor showing the way to the winners circle. Taylor started on the outside of the front row shared with Alex McCollum and would go for an early spin that proved to be very beneficial. Making his way back to the front with fresh tires Taylor was able to make it around everyone and drive into the winners circle. In race two, Taylor drew the pole out of the hat and would try to repeat. Local boy Ricky LaDuke would not have any part of that. Starting 9th on the grid, LaDuke quickly made his way to the front to never look back and go on to his first victory of the season!
Stafford Springs, CT – Last Sunday the White Gate Services Modified Tour thundered their way into Stafford Motor Speedway for the second race of the season. Alex McCollum was able to set fast time in Qualifying for his first pole of the season. The race got off to a quick start with great side by side racing that Stafford usually produces. There were 30 lead changes in the 100 lap event. Barcomb who started 5th on the night would dominate the race by leading 60 laps and secured his first victory of the season and first victory in four seasons. Along with the win Barcomb also took over the points lead. The Tour Modifieds will head to Thompson Speedway this coming weekend October 11th for the Bud 100!