Bryan Narducci To Run Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series For Boehler Racing Enterprises In 2023 

Bryan Narducci (Photo: Jim DuPont/RaceDayCT)

The Tour Type Modified schedule for Bryan Narducci for the 2023 racing season is growing by the week. 

In December it was announced that Narducci would run five events on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour in 2023 in the iconic Boehler Racing Enterprises Ole Blue No. 3. 

Last week it was announced that Narducci would drive Ole Blue for the NAPA Spring Sizzler at Stafford Speedway April 29-30. 

On Tuesday Narducci got six more huge events behind the wheel of Ole Blue. 

Narducci, of Colchester, will run the Mike Boehler owned ride for entirety of the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series schedule for 2023. Narducci has made two previous Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series starts before this season. 

“I’m very excited for it,” Narducci said. “I’ve run a couple [Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series] races before and had a really good time doing it. They do a great job with that series. … Everybody involved just does such a great job there, it’s very professionally run. And they go to some cool tracks.”  

“I have to really thank the Florida Connection, my aunt Venetta and my uncle Greg. This is what my aunt really wanted was to me get the chance to do more Tour Type Modified racing. We’re trying to make her wish become a reality.”

The Monaco Modified Tri-Track kicks off its 2023 season May 28 at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT. The division will also run events at Seekonk Speedway (June 28), Star Speedway (July 22), the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (Aug. 12, Oct. 21) and Stafford Speedway (Sept. 23). 

“They go to two tracks I’m very familiar with at Stafford and two races at Waterford,” Narducci said. “So I’m really excited about those. I’ve run Seekonk before and ran well there and ran decent at Star. I’ve never been to Thunder Road so that will be a cool experience. It’s always cool to try new places. It’s just a chance to build more chemistry with all those guys at that team between doing five races on that [Whelen Modified Tour] and the Spring Sizzler and now six Tri-Track races.” 

Derek Gluchacki had originally been slated to run the BRE entry in 2023 on the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series but had to step away from the obligation. 

Narducci, who will run regularly once again in the SK Modified division at Stafford for Petty Cash Motorpsorts, will make his Whelen Modified Tour debut at Richmond (Va.) Raceway on March 31 for BRE.

“I can’t believe we’re two and half weeks away from that,” Narducci said. “It’s just going to be cool to make my debut at Richmond, that’s such a prestigious track, and then obviously to do it in Ole Blue, that’s one of the most prestigious Modifieds ever. There’s some real legends that have driven that car. To add my name to that list is just some really cool in itself.

Narducci will also run Whelen Modified Tour events for BRE at Lancaster (N.Y.) Speedway (Aug. 5), Langley Speedway in Hampton, Va. (Aug. 26), Oswego (N.Y.) Speedway (Sept. 2) and Martinsville (Va.) Speedway (Oct. 26). 


  1. This is great news.

    Any time we see that the #3 is running more races, life is good.

  2. Good Luck to Bryan and the whole crew of the famous Bohler 3

  3. Stafford being flirts with their peek–boo pics of improvements. Well played you scamps.
    Now we get a good glimpse of the new structure between the grandstands and bleachers. When so many tracks are challenged financially it’s hard enough to get the basics done. It’s a mind teaser imagining the wisdom of taking up seating space with an open area but they did. With high end concrete and faux stone work as well. Fun actually not understanding it but trusting they know exactly what they’re doing and interested to see how it’s used by fans and changes the ambiance. That right I said ambiance. How many times do you read that word used referring to track improvements? It more then qualifies doesn’t it?
    You crafty devils!

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