ISMA SuperModified Series Releases Tentative 2021 Schedule

Jon McKennedy celebrates victory in the ISMA SuperModified season ending event in 2020 at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Shawn Courchesne/RaceDayCT)

The International SuperModified Association released its tentative 2021 schedule late Tuesday.

The schedule includes 11 events at 10 different facilities.

The division’s season ending event at the Sunoco World Series at Thompson Speedway is currently listed as being not confirmed.

The series will make other New England stops at Seekonk (Mass.) Speedway (June 9), Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, N.H. (June 26), Lee USA Speedway in Lee, N.H. (Aug. 6), Claremont (N.H.) Speedway (Aug. 20) and Star Speedway in Epping, N.H. (Sept. 18).

Other events include visits to Jukasa Speedway in Hagersville, Ontario (July 10), Sandusky (Ohio) Speedway (July 23, July 24), Oswego (N.Y.) Speedway (July 31), and Jennerstown (Pa.) Speedway (Sept. 11).


  1. So excited for the Monadnock and Claremont dates, never thought I’d have a chance to see supers at Claremont.

    I noticed the schedule is slightly more summer and fall weighted so hopefully that gives it a better chance of getting the full schedule in this year.

  2. Fast Eddie says

    ISMA at Claremont should be pretty cool! Glad to see Seekonk and Star on there, the Boston Louie and Star Classic should be great! Also nice to see Monadnock back on there too. Hope Thompson gets confirmed, missed them there this year, got a flat on the way to the track that Sunday. It would be nice if Lee’s date did not conflict with the Stafford WMT race, but that always seems to be that way with their schedules.

  3. Depends on the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. 😷 🦠

  4. Thomas jalbert says

    I herd the closed claremont ? Hope to be able to catch the supers their . Currently staying in Maine …. No super dates here ? Wonder why ?

  5. The Super Modifieds never disappoint …..I was happy I got see Every Race in Person this year . If you never got the chance to watch Bentley Warren you missed one of the Best to ever hold a wheel. He was a 7 time Champion at Oswego, 4 time ISMA Champion as well as Harley Rider and Saloon Owner. He had nerves of Steel which He demonstrated almost weekly across the Country. I believe he Raced well into His 60’s , or Early 70’s …. He was a Lovable Hell-raiser where ever He made an appearance. Looking forward to seeing the Seekonk Opener, Lee, Star Classic and Thompson World Series Race. The World Series on Sunday just wouldn’t be the same without the Supers Flying around the High Banks

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