The Modified Racing Series Heading To White Mountain Speedway In 2020

The 2020 schedule for the Modified Racing Series is coming together piece by piece and on Wednesday one more piece was revealed. 

The Modified Racing Series announced they will celebrate the Fourth of July in 2020 with an event at White Mountain Speedway in Woodstock, N.H. 

It marks the third track to be officially announced as part of the series schedule for 2020. 

The series will make three visits to Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Me. (May 30, June 27, Aug. 1). 

Series officials have also already announced a return to Star Speedway in Epping, N.H. for Sept. 18 as part of the Star Classic Weekend. 




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Comments

  1. Fast Eddie says

    I’m guessing this may indirectly confirm the MRS won’t be at Monadnock. Their usual three MRS dates were this event and what is now the two TriTrack events. I wonder if they will still be at Lee USA or Claremont? I’ve been hoping to get to WMWP at some point, and Modifieds will provide me with some incentive!

  2. Hoping MRS gets Hudson Date that Tri Track didnt take.

  3. Looks like MRS is going bullring racing. No Stafford date, don’t know what’s up with Thompson.

  4. MRS and TriTrack will be the 2020 bullring destinations.

  5. Should be a good show. Despite only a few cars, the bull ring bash race last year proved the track can put on a great Modified race.

  6. No one knows what’s up with Thompson with the exception of the three tour dates

  7. That’s pretty cool. A plan seems to be taking shape. The MRS core teams are mostly in NH and Northern Mass. Up 95 to Beech Ridge and 93 to White Mountain. 11 cars at the Bash last year was fine on a small track 18 or so is a common full field number in many of the divisions at Northern tracks and 18 MRS Mods would put on an outstanding show.
    The predictions of the death of the MRS may have been premature. They seem to have a plan. Good luck MRS!

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