Claremont Whelen Mod Tour Event Officially Cancelled; Granite State Cup Finale Moved To Monadnock 

NASCAR and JDV Productions announced Wednesday that the Clash At Claremont, which was scheduled to take place on Saturday July 29 will not be rescheduled. 

It was announced Friday that the race would be postponed due to Saturday’s rainy forecast for the Claremont area.

A statement from NASCAR Wednesday read: “Due to scheduling difficulties and conflicts during the remainder of the 2023 season, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and JDV Productions have canceled the Clash at Claremont 150 that was postponed due to weather on Saturday, July 29, at Claremont Motorsports Park.” 

The finale of the Whelen Granite State Short Track Cup three-race mini-series will now be held at the Whelen Modified Tour Winchester Fair on Sept. 9 at Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, N.H.

“We are disappointed we will not be heading to Claremont with the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour this year,” Josh Vanada, owner of JDV Productions, said in a release. “It’s always a pleasure to head there and we were excited to see the cars race around that technical track. However, due to these unforeseen circumstances, we are excited to move the finale of the Whelen Granite State Short Track Cup to Monadnock. We had a fantastic event there in May and we know our September Winchester Fair is going to be even more exciting with this addition. We can’t wait to see the fans at the high-banks again soon.”

JDV Productions also announced the Open Modified that was scheduled for Sept. 3 at Claremont Motorsports Park will be held at a later date to be announced. They also announced that entry fees paid for the event will be returned. 

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