Rameau Family Motorsports Announces 2022 Schedule

(Press release from Rameau Family Motorsports)

Sam Rameau at the Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (Photo: Shawn Courchesne/RaceDayCT)

Rameau Family Motorsports announced today a full slate of scheduled events for the team for the 2022 season. The schedule will begin in April and run through the end of October with the team set to visit at least nine different tracks across multiple states in the New England region to compete in Modified action.

The season will include a full-time schedule with the Tri Track Open Modified Series, which will run seven races in 2022. It will also include the debut of a new car for Rameau Family Motorsports as part of the new Whitcomb 5 Series – a five-race series for Crate Modifieds in New Hampshire – with races set across four different tracks – that will bring the team back to the grassroots, weekly environment. The team will also compete in a few Open Modified races during the season, while driver Sam Rameau will compete in select NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events for a team to be announced.

“I’m excited to have a busy schedule for the 2022 season,” Sam Rameau said. “I think running the Crate Modified races part of the Whitcomb 5 Series will be fun for the entire team – especially those events at tracks where we have previous success. We look forward to racing for the championship both there and with the Tri Track Series.”

The Tri Track season begins on Saturday, April 30, at Monadnock – as part of a two-day doubleheader for the team. Rameau will look to make it three victories in the last four Tri Track events at the high-banked oval on Saturday, then will switch to the Crate Modified entry for race one of the Whitcomb 5 Series on Sunday, May 1. From there, Rameau will compete in the return of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to Lee USA Speedway on May 21, followed by the $15,000 minimum to win Open Modified event at Claremont Motorsports Park on May 27. 

Rameau and the team will compete next on Sunday, May 29 with the Tri Track Open Modified Series at Thunder Road Speedbowl in Vermont.

From there, June includes another Whitcomb 5 Series event at Claremont Motorsports Park and a NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at Monadnock, along with the annual Tri Track $10,000 to win Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk Speedway on June 29.

The month of July will include another Whitcomb 5 Series event at Lee USA Speedway on July 15, followed by the 11th annual Tri Track SBM event at Star Speedway on July 23. On Friday, July 29, Rameau will run the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour return to Claremont Motorsports Park. 

August includes just two events – the Tri Track special at New London-Waterford Speedbowl on August 14 and the Whitcomb 5 Series event at Hudson Speedway on Sunday, August 14. On Sept. 16-17, Rameau and the rest of the Crate Modified drivers will race for the championship of the Whitcomb 5 Series, back at Monadnock. 

On Sept. 24, the Tri Track Open Modified Series will return to Stafford Speedway, while the team plans to compete in the Thompson 300 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on October 9 as part of the Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing. The season will conclude at Seekonk Speedway with the annual running of the Haunted Hundred with Tri Track. 

“With some of the higher purses and competition levels in the events we have picked for the 2022 season, it’s not going to be easy to run up front,” Rameau continued. “But our team works really hard in the shop to make sure the cars are prepared and I couldn’t be more thankful for their efforts.”

Sam Rameau will continue his education at Wentworth Institute of Technology during the new year, where he recently accomplished making the Dean’s List once again.

Rameau Family Motorsports will continue to provide updates prior to the 2022 season through SammyRameau.com and the Rameau Family Motorsports Facebook. Fans are also encouraged to follow Sam Rameau’s personal Facebook page for all of his news. 

For more information on Sammy or the team, visit SammyRameau.com. For more information on Souza Media, visit Souza Media on Facebook, or KyleSouza.com.


  1. As a mod driver How do you not put the sizzler on your schedule

  2. It’s a thing now isn’t it and look for more of it. The Hirschman model becoming your own tour. Made possible by all the choices teams have available now.
    That looks like a terrific schedule. At the core all the Tri Track events. Fielding a NHSTRA modified for the Whitcomb 5 Series. We need to keep an eye out for that it’s garnering quite a bit of attention. Three New Hampshire NWMT events in the mix so good for Vanada getting those tracks on the schedule.
    Looks like a team that is concentrating their focus on geography and home tracks which if you think of it is about where teams want to be in the new pick and choose world of tour modified racing.
    This may be a great reason why Tri Track should stick to their successful formula and not expand dramatically. It allows teams to hit all their events as the core then add other opens depending on their budget and prospects for success.

  3. Any guesses which “team to be announced “ he will drive the WMT races for?

  4. Bigorange61 says

    The Boehler 3 hasn’t named a driver as far as I know. Maybe Ramesh?

  5. Bigorange61 says

    Sorry Rameau

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