Trophies Arrive In New Hampshire For Whelen Modified Tour On The Big Stage At NHMS

(Press Release from NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications)

Chase Dowling celebrates in victory lane following the Musket 250 last year at NHMS (Photo: Fran Lawlor/RaceDayCT)

The second annual Musket 250 is just one month away.

The 250 lap main event for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will take place on Saturday, September 21, where fans will be able to see a full field of NASCAR’s top modified stars battle for one of the most prestigious victories in the history of the series.

Last year’s inaugural running of the race gave fans a chance to witness Monster Energy Cup Series star Ryan Preece and eventual champion Justin Bonsignore collide entering the final corner, in what turned out to be Chase Dowling’s first career Whelen Modified Tour win after those two were collected.

NHMS has recently received the two trophies for the race — including the musket, which was a special creation that will be given for the second straight year.

The winning driver will also receive another trophy for their case.


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  1. So what’s the big deal. Anyone can get one of these guns. If you have $5000.
    I certainly don’t know what really good trophies are given out across the country at races but combining the name, location, tradition and spectacular quality of the prize it has to be one of the best.
    If I was an owner it would be tough seeing my driver walk away with it if that is the accepted custom.

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