Nascar Whelen Modified Tour Announces 2024 Schedule - Engine Builder Magazine

Nascar Whelen Modified Tour Announces 2024 Schedule

NASCAR officials have announced the 16-race schedule for the 2024 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

For the third consecutive year, the Tour will open at New Smyrna Speedway in Florida during NASCAR’s Speedweeks, racing under the lights on Saturday, February 10. The season will conclude at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia, which will host the Whelen Modified Tour’s season finale on Saturday, October 26.

“We have seen over the past two seasons how exciting it has been for our fans and competitors to open at New Smyrna and finish at Martinsville,” said Jimmy Wilson, Senior Director, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. “The mix of tracks on the schedule pays tribute to the Tour’s roots and sets up a competitive season from start to finish, demonstrated by how once again this year our fans are going to see the Whelen Modified Tour title decided at the finale.”

Other tour stops include Richmond Raceway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway, which return to the schedule as companion events alongside the NASCAR national series race weekends. North Wilkesboro Speedway will return in 2024, with a race date on Saturday, October 5. Other popular tour stops include a trio of races at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Connecticut, and a pair of races at Riverhead Raceway in New York.

To learn more about the 2024 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule, see the full announcement here.  

2024 NASCAR WHELEN MODIFIED TOUR SCHEDULE

DateRace / Track
Saturday, February 10New Smyrna Speedway
Friday, March 29Richmond Raceway
Sunday, April 7Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
Saturday, May 4Monadnock Speedway
Saturday, May 18Riverhead Raceway
Saturday, June 1Seekonk Speedway
Saturday, June 22New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Saturday, July 20Monadnock Speedway
Saturday, August 3Lancaster Motorplex
Wednesday, August 14    Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
Saturday, August 31Oswego Speedway
Saturday, September 14    Riverhead Raceway
Saturday, September 21    Monadnock Speedway
Saturday, October 5North Wilkesboro Speedway
Sunday, October 13Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
Saturday, October 26Martinsville Speedway

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