Whelen Modified Tour Riverhead 200 At Riverhead Raceway Cancelled

Whelen Modified TourThe four-race chase for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship has been cut to a three-race chase.

The Riverhead 200 scheduled for Saturday evening at Riverhead (N.Y.) Raceway was cancelled because of persistent showers in the area.

The event will not be made up.

It leaves three events to be run for the division for the 2014 season, with an ultra-tight battle near the top of the standings.

Doug Coby of Milford, the 2012 Whelen Modified Tour champion, has a four point lead over Justin Bonsignore of Holtsville, N.Y.

Local regulations prohibit Riverhead Raceway from running events after the month of September, forcing NASCAR to cancel the race.

The series returns to action Sept. 20 for the F.W. Webb 100 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway then heads to Stafford Motor Speedway for the NAPA Fall Final on Sept. 28. The season finale is the Sunoco World Series 150 on Oct. 19.

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  1. The mystic missle streak lives!

  2. Is there some reason that this race could not have been run on Sunday?

  3. Did the mystic missile team say why they weren’t going?

  4. Why didn’t they run Sunday ? All the cars were already in place .

  5. Track was already being used for go karts on Sunday.

  6. total bs agreed, riverhead sucks the ll never get it … they treat their fans like crap, went to get refund they closed box office… went to main box office said tickets good for next weekend crappy show , no refunds !!!!!! what gall totally disgusted.. but luv the mods…

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