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NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Announces 2022 Schedule

NASCAR has announced 13 races in the 2022 schedule for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, with additional dates and venues to be announced in the future. 

For the first time in series history, the season will kick off at New Smyrna Speedway in Florida on Saturday, February 12 as part of the track’s “World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing” during NASCAR’s Speedweeks. It will also be the series’ debut at the half-mile oval. 

After opening the 2021 season, Martinsville Speedway will serve as the season finale and where the champion is crowned on Thursday, October 27. This will mark the first time in 30 years—and sixth time overall (1985, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991)—Martinsville has hosted the final Whelen Modified Tour race of the year. 

For the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour 2022 schedule, see below. For more information, visit nascar.com/whelen-modified-tour

DateRace/Track
Saturday, February 12New Smyrna Speedway
Friday, April 1Richmond Raceway
Saturday, April 23Langley Speedway
Saturday, May 14Riverhead Raceway
Saturday, May 28Jennerstown Speedway
Saturday, June 18Monadnock Speedway
Saturday, June 25Riverhead Raceway
Saturday, July 9Wall Stadium
Saturday, July 16New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Saturday, July 30TBA
Saturday, August 6TBA
Wednesday, August 17     Thompson Speedway
Saturday, September 3       Oswego Speedway
Saturday, September 17       Riverhead Raceway
Saturday, September 24TBA
Thursday, October 27Martinsville Speedway

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