Justin Bonsignore Heading To Nashville To Celebrate Third Whelen Modified Tour Championship


(Press release from Souza Media)

Justin Bonsignore (left) soaks his crew chief Ryan Stone in victory lane after winning the NAPA Fall Final 150 Sept. 27 at Stafford and clinching the 2021 Whelen Modified Tour championship (Photo: Fran Lawlor/RaceDayCT)

Three-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Justin Bonsignore is heading to Nashville, Tennessee this week to collect his hardware as a three-time series champion. Bonsignore has been invited to the NASCAR Awards events that will take place in downtown Nashville — beginning on Tuesday night, November 30.

Bonsignore will be part of multiple fan events over the course of three days, will receive his championship ring, and will be part of the NASCAR Awards festivities on Thursday.

Bonsignore won two races en route to his 2021 Whelen Modified Tour title — his third in the last four years driving for Ken Massa Motorsports. It will be the first awards ceremony in Nashville that Bonsignore attends.

“I’m excited to head to Nashville for the first time and celebrate our third NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour title in Music City,” Bonsignore said. “The season we had on the Whelen Modified Tour was one to remember. Winning a third championship is a historic moment for myself and our entire team and I’m excited to officially accept the honors and celebrate with the NASCAR community as part of this special event.”

Fans can stay involved in the Nashville trip by following Bonsignore on social media. Bonsignore’s Athlete Facebook page, @JustinBonsignore51, his Twitter feed @JBonsignore and his Instagram page @JBonsignore will all be showcasing behind the scenes content from Music City.

For more information on Justin Bonsignore, visit JustinBonsignore.com.

Comments

  1. Well good for team 51 but I can’t say it’s that much of a big deal as far as I’m concerned. How about you?
    My thinking is that Bonsignor has had less success in the Jimmy Paige 00 then Dowling and the 51’s outings in non NWMT events were anything but impressive. If you’re saying all that driver experience and big money the 51 team has translates to domination of tour modified racing as a whole I’m not seeing it.
    What’s we’re seeing here in my view is a glimpse of the past. A time when this sort of pomp and circumstance meant everything to a team that I’m betting means very little to tour modified nation as a whole now.

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