Race 6 Results - Stafford Motor Speedway - July 21

1. 29      Jon McKennedy

2. 52      Woody Pitkat

3.99       Richard Savary

4. 9         Tommy Barrett

5. 0         Mike Holdridge

6. M6      Dylan Kopec

7. 40       Calvin Carroll

8. 6         Ryan Preece

9. 21       Les Hinckley

10. 58     Eric Goodale

11. 35     Andrew Molleur

12. 43      Kirk Alexander

13. 74      CJ Lehmann

14. 25      Rowan Pennink

15. 13      Steve Masse

16. 00      Ted Christopher

17. 15CT Chris Pasteryak

18. 15NH TJ Bleau

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2017 will be the inaugural season for the Modified Touring Series. It’s time to bring back the glory of modified racing in the Northeast. We pledge to our fans and racers, there will be transparency, integrity and above all, fairness.

The faithful fans of modified racing deserve to see the best group of talented drivers this sport has to offer. The Northeast has been the staple in producing yesterday’s legends and tomorrow’s modified heroes and we intend to showcase those competitors.

2017 Modified Touring Series Per Race Purse:

1st $3000                                                15th $675
2nd $1600                                               16th $660
3rd $1300                                                17th $660
4th $1075                                                18th $660
5th $975                                                  19th $660
6th $925                                                  20th $660
7th $875                                                  21st $660
8th $850                                                  22nd $660
9th $825                                                  23rd $660
10th $800                                                24th $660
11th $775                                                25th $660
12th $750                                                26th $660

13th $725                                                27th $660 *
14th $700                                                28th $660 *

* Riverhhead Raceway

 

 

EXIT REALTY ANNOUNCES 2017 SPONSORSHIP OF THE MODIFIED TOURING SERIES

EXIT Realty has signed on as the Title Sponsor of the Modified Touring Series for 2017.  The sponsorship is backed by five EXIT Realty Regions where the Modified Touring Series will be racing in 2017 including Connecticut, Down State New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Upper New England (NH & VT).  EXIT Realty isn’t a stranger to racing as Derek Beatrice, owner of EXIT Realty Beatrice Assoc., has been involved in motor sports for a number of years sponsoring billboards at several speedways, as well as assisting several race teams. Some of these ventures with EXIT Realty included sponsorship of drivers Eddie MacDonald in a Sprint Cup Car he ran at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and John McKennedy of the Valenti Modified Tour, both champions in their own right. EXIT Realty will make their presence at each event informing spectators of their services and loyalty to the sport.

Gary and Alichia Knight, founders of the series, would like to welcome EXIT Realty as the Title Sponsor for the new and exciting Modified Touring Series. Gary, former race car driver turned promoter, has been working very hard to promote the series and looks forward to working with EXIT Realty to give them maximum exposure.

The EXIT Realty Modified Touring Series will have a ten-race schedule for the 2017 season with regional involvement from the Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, NH, VT, and downstate New York EXIT Realty locations. The format for each one of the 10 scheduled events will include qualifying heat races, consolations (if needed), and a 125 lap green flag feature event. The payoff is structured so that most modified teams will, at a minimum, meet their expenses for the event.

What looks to be some of the most exciting news in Modified racing in years, the EXIT Realty Modified Touring Series will run in NH, MA, CT and NY promising the best racing entertainment in 2017.

For further information go to www.modtouringseries.com. 

​Bringing Back the Glory of  Modified Racing! 

In his second full season of operation, Gary Knight, owner of the Modified Touring Series of
Charlestown, NH, is honored to make another major announcement in modified racing and its future in
the New England market place. Knight has been working feverishly behind the scenes with the top short
track facilities in the country looking to book dates, obtain sponsors and create new ideas in promoting
modified short track racing.
After much discussion MTS has landed two dates at Stafford Speedway. On June 2nd MTS will
make the first of 2 stops with the second MTS event being held Friday July 21st.
“We are looking to bring an exciting program that is fan friendly the way the Arute family always
has prided itself,” said Knight. “These events will be unique. They will consist of two race events and the
distance will be 125 laps. The 125-lap races will feature qualifying done by heat races, not time trials.
The field will be the old traditional way of modified racing in its presentation. You must race to get into the
show. No time trials, race through qualifying events, building up to the main event. We are looking to give
the fans a great race program and a great show. We can’t wait ‘til we get to the first race at Stafford.”
Knight has met with several promotors. Recently he had a meeting at the Stafford Motor
Speedway, at Stafford Springs, CT with his board of directors in designing and creating the rules and
discussing the presentation of the race programs.
The Arute family from the Stafford Motor Speedway has always been an industry leader receiving
national recognition for its NASCAR program as one of the finest short tracks in America today. Mark &
Lisa Arute, along with their sons Paul and David discussed running two major events at the famed
Stafford Motor Speedway in Stafford Springs Connecticut.
“Our team has been working with Gary Knight of the Modified Touring Series for a few months
now and we really like the series he is pulling together,” said Arute. “We were impressed by his execution
of the Winchester 200 last year at Monadnock and are looking forward to the Modified Touring Series
Stafford debut on Friday June 2nd.”
Knight stated, “There is no question that Stafford has always been the leader when it comes to
modified racing. Jack Arute, Sr. took such pride in always running first class modified events. I feel that
Mark and Team Stafford are honored to work with me as I am honored to work with them for this
upcoming presentation. The race program at Stafford is one of the best short track programs in the
country. It is efficient, it is fan friendly, and it is truly a facility that prides itself as the home of modified
racing. The Modified Touring Series wants to be a part of that success story. By Stafford including the
Modified Touring Series on their 2017 schedule, it means that we are considered a major force in 2017 in
the presentation of modified racing. We are so honored and excited about running at the Stafford Motor
Speedway.”
Knight has been in discussion with teams that feel Stafford is going to be the strong point of
growing the series referred to as MTS. At Stafford, top drivers will be attracted from the Whelen Modified
Tour, from other touring series, and some of the top drivers from the SK Modified® division. What makes
the race at Stafford so unique is Gary Knight is going to bring a fresh new approach to touring racing.
Teams have shown tremendous support for the MTS. Among the competitors that have shown interest in
these events include John McKennedy, the defending champion of the MRS racing series, the Winchester
200 winning team of Ed Partridge and Ryan Preece, as well as Eric Goodale of Goodie Motorsports,
Charlie Pasteryak, a multiple track champion, Richard Savary, and other competitors and the list
continues to grow. MTS appreciates the interest in the series.
Contact us for more information. More information is available on our website at
modtouringseries.com and our Facebook page Modified Touring Series. Additional information will be
announced regarding this event as it develops. Expect big news in the coming weeks surrounding the
events at Stafford from the MTS Series.

*Questions or Comments*

Race 4 Results - Riverhead Raceway

June 17

1. #6          Ryan Preece

2. #11x      Dillon Steuer

3. #29         Jon McKennedy

4. #58        Eric Goodale

5. #52         Woody Pitkat

6. #19         David Schneider

7. #25         Rowan Pennink

8. #97          John Fortin

9. #7NY      Donny Lia

10. #15CT  Chris Pasteryak

11. #15NH TJ Bleau

12. #35       Andrew Molleur

13. #50       Carl Mederios Jr

14. #74       CJ Lehmann

The Modified Touring Series is proud to announce, after months of talks, the signing of our first three dates of the 2017 racing season: Monadnock Speedway (April 22, July 1 and September 16). Larry and Deneen Cirillo along with Fred Pafume of Monadnock Speedway have been supporters of MTS from the beginning. Hosting our first race, The Winchester 200 in may of this year.
Teams will be racing the 2017 season for a $40,000.00 point fund and a per race event of $3000.00 to win. We will also be introducing an exciting points chase that will ensure that each race will keep competitors and fans on the edge of their seats every time the drivers hit the track.
We are currently in talks with other tracks for more dates for the upcoming season. 

Seekonk Speedway set to welcome the new Modified Touring Series to the schedule in 2017.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SEEKONK MA - Seekonk Speedway and The Modified Touring Series are proud to announce that a date has been schedule for the new Open Wheel touring series based out of New Hampshire. The Modified Touring Series will be joining the storied history of
the Venditti family owned Seekonk Speedway for the 2017 season on June 10th.
“We are excited to be joining the Venditti family in their 70+ year family tradition of racing at Seekonk Speedway
on June 10 of 2017. Seekonk Speedway has a standard
of excellence in New England for short track racing that we, at the Modified Touring Series, are honored to be a part of in 2017 and hopefully many years to come.”- Gary Knight (MTS)

The Modified Touring Series “MTS” is committed to bringing a program to race tracks in the North East that is entertaining for the fans as well as having a program that is not only enjoyable but beneficial to the teams that support MTS.

Seekonk becomes the fourth date released in a proposed 12 race inaugural schedule. The Modified Touring Series season kicks off at Monadnock Speedway on April 22nd.

“We are hoping to see some great modified racing from the new tour. We are excited as a track to help promote a new series and continue to be a part of the growth of short track racing in New England.” states Ed St Germain, Director of Business Development at Seekonk. “ This will be our first open wheel show of the season followed by Open Wheel Wednesday on June 28th and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour later in the season.”

“The Modified Touring Series has some innovative new ideas that we look forward to being a part of for years to come “ says David Alburn, Competition Director at Seekonk Speedway “ the Speedway looks forward to being there at the start of something that has the potential to be great”.

Seekonk Speedway is a 1/3 mile paved oval NASCAR sanctioned track featuring weekly racing on Friday & Saturday nights featuring Pro Stocks, ACT Late Models, Street Stocks, Sport Trucks, INEX Legends, Sport Fours, Pure Stocks & INEX Bandoleros.

The Seekonk Speedway races from the first Sunday in May till Columbus Day weekend every year.

D. Anthony Venditti, “The Godfather of New England Auto Racing,” began construction of Seekonk Speedway in 1945. On May 30, 1946, the gates were opened for the first time. D. Anthony owned, operated, and promoted the Speedway until his death in 1991. Anthony received the promoter of the year award in 1978. His wife Irene continued till her passing in 2014, her son Francis, and grandson David continue the tradition of operating the speedway.
Know as the “Action track of the East” Seekonk Speedway has been family owned, operated, and promoted for over 70 consecutive years.

Seekonk Speedway
1782 Fall River Ave
Seekonk MA 02771
508-336-9958
www.seekonkspeedway.com
@seekonkspeedway

For more information contact :
Ed St Germain at Seekonk Speedway via email at
ed@seekonkspeedway.com
PH 617-515-5199

Gary Night at MTS via email modtouringseries@yahoo.com
PH 603-826-0063


For Immediate Release
Exit Realty Modified Touring Series adds second date at The New London-Waterford Speedbowl-
MTS Champion to be crowned at The Finale 2017 Event-WATERFORD, CT (July 24, 2017)


Gary Knight (Exit Realty Modified Touring Series Owner) and The Speedbowl’s General Manager George Whitney both confirmed this afternoon that a second date has been added to the 2017 schedule. The event has been added to the Finale 2017schedule on
October 20 th- 22nd. With the rain date scheduled for October 29, 2017.


The Exit Realty Modified Touring Series will crown their 2017 Champion along with the $10,000 that comes along with “The Sunoco Quest for the Cup".


It was also announced that the purse structure will feature a $5,000 to win for the 125 - lap event.The Exit Realty Modifieds Touring Series has four events left on their 2017 schedule, with the first three events left to determine the five drivers to race for the (Sunoco Quest forthe Cup) scheduled for The New London – Waterford Speedbowl.


More information will follow.


For more information Contact: pr@speedbowlct.com

Series News

Point Standings                                                                 SunocoQuest for the Cup Points

 1. #29         John McKennedy                Points:                          344    

 2. #9           Tommy Barrett Jr               Points:                          339      

3. #52          Woody Pitkat                      Points:                          339    

4. #99          Richard Savary                   Points:                          338    

5. #6            Ryan Preece                       Points:                           337    

6. #21          Les Hinckley                       Points:                           332

7. #58          Eric Goodale                       Points:                          331

8. #35          Andrew Molleur *              Points:                          330

9. #25          Rowan Pennink                  Points:                          329

10. #43        Kirk Alexander                   Points:                          329

11. #15CT    Chris Pasteryak                 Points:                          324

12. #15NH    TJ Bleau *                            Points:                       323

13. #M6      Dylan Kopec                       Points:  161

14. #0         Mike Holdridge                   Points: 151

15. #50       Carl Mederios Jr                 Points:112

16. #4          Jeff Gallup                          Points: 110

17. #13       Steve Masse                       Points: 75

18. #6MA   Sam Rameau *                   Points: 72

19. #57       Keith Rocco                        Points: 68

20. #12       Todd Annarummo            Points: 63

21. #00       Ted Christopher                Points: 56

22. #74       CJ Lehmann                       Points: 55

23. #69       Carlos Gray                        Points: 50

24. #11X     Dillon Steuer                     Points: 39

25. #19       David Schneider               Points: 35

26. #40       Calvin Carroll                     Points:34

27. #97       John Fortin                         Points: 33

28. #7NY   Donnie Lia                          Points: 32

29. #13      Cameron Sontag               Points: 31

30. #16MA Russ Hersey                       Points: 29

31. #77      Matt Mead                          Points: 26

32. #52X    Todd Patnode                    Points: 26

33. #72      Ryan Kuhn                          Points: 25

34. #58NY  Sal Accardi                         Points: 24

35. #55      Joe Doucette                       Points: 24

36. #04      Branden Dion                     Points: 21

37. #25CT  Matthew Galko                  Points: 19

37. #48       Jon Kay                               Points: 17



* - Rookie