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Rudolph wins for Fifth year in a row at Expo Speedway

Posted by Pam Baker on July 27, 2019 at 1:45 AM
Cortland, OH, July 11, 2019 The rain held off and the sun came out for a great race during the Trumbull County Fair at Expo Speedway. Erick Rudolph, from Ransomville, NY, made his first start of the season with the BRP Modified Tour and ended his night in Victory Lane. Twenty-one cars were set to compete for the $1,800 to win, twenty-five lap event at Expo Speedway. The last two BRP Modified Tour Points Champions started on the front row for the feature. Rex Ki... Read Full Post »

BRP Modified Invades Thunder Mountain Speedway, June 28, 2019

Posted by Pam Baker on July 7, 2019 at 9:50 PM
By: Pam Baker On a very hot and humid Friday evening the BRP Modified Tour visited Thunder Mountain Speedway with 26 cars in the pit area. The drivers were given the option of using the sail panels on their cars for this event and the field was about 50/50 with and without them. Rick Regalski and Chris Rudolph led the field to the initial green flag, but before a lap could be completed an accident on the front stretch involving Brad Rapp and Mark Frankhouser brought out the yellow flag and a ... Read Full Post »

REX KING JR. CAPTURES SECOND LOU BLANEY MEMORIAL VICTORY Hartford, OH, July 6, 2019

Posted by Pam Baker on July 7, 2019 at 9:45 PM
Rain was threatening all evening, but it held off for a great race honoring the late, great Lou Blaney. It was the largest car count of the season for the BRP Modified Tour as 34 cars were in attendance to vie for the win in the prestigious Lou Blaney Memorial at Sharon Speedway. Coming into the night, points leader Rex King Jr held a 25-point lead over his father, Rex King. After the top 12 redraw, Rick Regalski and King Jr would start on the front row. King Jr would jump out to the ... Read Full Post »

SHINGLEDECKER EARNS FIRST WIN AT STATELINE SPEEDWAY Busti, NY, June 22, 2019,

Posted by Pam Baker on June 22, 2019 at 12:40 AM
The BRP Modified Tour was back into action, visiting the New Stateline Speedway in Busti, NY for a 35-lap, $2,500 to win event. When the checkered flag flew, it was Jeremiah Shingledecker picking up his first BRP Modified Tour win of the season and his first win at the New Stateline Speedway. The BRP Modified Tour took to the track at the New Stateline Speedway. After the top 12 redraw, Kevin Hoffman and Tom Glenn were to start on the front row. Unfortunately, issues kept Tom... Read Full Post »

KING JR. DOMINATES IN BRP MODIFIED TOUR SEASON OPENER

Posted by Pam Baker on April 19, 2019 at 11:15 AM
Unofficial Results: Mercer, PA April 13, 2019?? It took a second try, but finally the weather cooperated to get in the 2019 season opener for the BRP Modified Tour at Michaels Mercer Raceway. It was a good showing in the pits with 28 cars looking to grab the first win of the season on the Tour. At the end of the 35-lap feature, it was Rex King Jr., the 2018 BRP Modified Tour Champion, seeing the checkers first. After the top-12 redraw in front of the crowd, it was ... Read Full Post »

Rex King Jr Earns 2nd BRP Modified Tour Championship; Maresca gets his 2nd Tour Win of 2018

Posted by Pam Baker on September 10, 2018 at 3:50 PM
REX KING JR EARNS 2ND BRP MODIFIED TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP MARESCA GETS HIS 2ND TOUR WIN OF 2018 Brookville, PA,??? The BRP Modified Tour (Modified Tour Inc) wrapped up its 2018 season at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Brookville, PA. At the end of the night, Rex King Jr would be crowned Champion for 2018. It would be the first visit for the Tour to the central PA track. 28 cars would make the journey to Thunder Mountain Speedway. Rex King Jr would be fastest in Hot Laps. He had a nearly 30-poi... Read Full Post »

JEREMIAH SHINGLEDECKER EARNS FIRST TOUR WIN SINCE 2011

Posted by Pam Baker on August 26, 2018 at 4:35 PM
Hartford, Ohio With just two races left in the season, the BRP Modified Tour (Modified Tour Inc) returned to Sharon Speedway for its third race of the season at the Ohio track. 29 cars in the pits battled for the top spot on a beautiful Saturday night. Jeremiah Shingledecker used the top groove to claim his first Tour win since 2011. Going into the nights action, Rex King Jr. would hold a 30-point leader over his father, Rex King Sr. in the Tour Championship. King Sr wo... Read Full Post »

Menards Super Series action returns to Sharon on Saturday featuring The Mod Tour for big blocks

Posted by Pam Baker on July 21, 2018 at 11:40 AM
By Mike Leone July 17, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Hartford, OH)After a successful 10th annual Lou Blaney Memorialon July 7 and a weekend off, Sharon Speedway looks forward to returning to action this Saturday (July 21) for a Menards Super Series event featuring The Mod Tour for the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Big-Block Modifieds along with Gibson Insurance Agency Stock Cars, HTMA/Precise Racing Products RUSH Sportsman Modifieds, and the Summit Racing Equipment Econo Mods. It'll be Texas Roadhou... Read Full Post »

MOTHER NATURE AND WILLIAMSON GET WINS OVER MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Posted by Pam Baker on July 2, 2018 at 12:15 AM
Hammett, PA - May 27, 2018. It was a busy Memorial Day weekend for the BRP Modified Tour with visits to Sharon Speedway and Eriez Speedway. It had been since the end of April since the Tour was able to get on the track, due to rainouts. Unfortunately, Mother Nature got the W at Sharon Speedway. Mat Williamson was able to hold off Erick Rudolph, who was going for his tenth straight Tour win, at Eriez Speedway, holding on for the victory in the 35-lap, $1800 to win feature. 31 Modifieds driver... Read Full Post »

RUDOLPH WORKS THROUGH THE FIELD TO WIN THE MODIFIED TOUR OPENING NIGHT

Posted by Pam Baker on April 17, 2018 at 11:05 PM
April 15, 2018 Middlebourne, WV, April 15, 2018. It was a warm spring night for the kickoff of the 2018 BRP Modified Tour season. 28 cars in the pits at the Bullring at Tyler County Speedway. Two-time point champion Erick Rudolph had to work from a 21st starting spot to pick up his 9th straight win on the Tour, dating back to last season. With the 12-car invert, Jimmy Holden and Tommy Glenn made up the front row for the 35-lap, $3000-to-win feature. Holden would jump out... Read Full Post »

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