NASCAR Announces Dates For Postseason Touring And Weekly Racing Series Banquets

Whelen Modified TourA December visit to Charlotte, N.C. for a seat at a head table. It’s something many racers in NASCAR’s regional and grassroots divisions are looking for.

On Tuesday NASCAR announced dates for their Whelen All-American Series national awards banquet and their NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards.

Both events will take place once again at the NASCAR Hall of Fame and Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C.

The Whelen All-American Series banquet will be held Dec. 12. The NASCAR Night of Champions banquet for all touring divisions, including the Whelen Modified Tour, will be held on Dec. 13.

“These awards shows celebrate and honor our champions in NASCAR’s weekly racing program and our touring series – two foundational areas of the sport,” George Silbermann, NASCAR vice president of regional and touring series said in a release. “These two events highlight the hard work, dedication and achievements throughout NASCAR, and I’m excited that fans from around the world can share in the experience through our digital platforms.”

Both events will be streamed live online on the NASCAR Home Tracks page through FansChoice.TV. It marks the fifth consecutive year each event will take place at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, which opened in May 2010.

The Whelen All-American Series banquet honors the achievements of drivers from 58 sanctioned short tracks across the US and Canada. That group includes the Waterford Speedbowl, Stafford Motor Speedway and Thompson Speedway.

The NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards will honor drivers from not only the Whelen Modified Tour, but also from the Whelen Southern Modified Tour, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West divisions, the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series and the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series.

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