RaceDayCT Poll: Who Has The Best Chance To Get Their First Whelen Mod Tour Win At North Wilkesboro


The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour make its first visit to the North Wilkesboro (N.C.) Speedway Saturday for the running of the Brushy Mountain Power Sports 150. The event features an entry list of 39 cars with a plethora of drivers who have never won a series event. Today’s poll question asks, which driver do you think has the best chance to be a first-time series winner at North Wilkesboro? Vote below.






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  1. In response to an earlier post,(maybe under another thread) if and when they repave there is a good chance they lose the allure/character that has played a big part in the 39 entries. If NU$CAR follows the entry blank they will send 7 cars home. Any predictions on which 7 ,or would they start all cars that are able especially if they lose two or three in practice?

  2. I doubt there will be a first time winner at this event. The most experienced teams will rule this event. Guys like Stone and Moran will come up with the better setups. The big dogs will be loaded for bear, all the rest will hope to run as many laps as possible.

    Well, the 01 will only get 5-7 points out of North Wilkesboro, for attempting to qualify.

    Only 32 cars are allowed per the entry list, so 7 are not going to run. I hope only 32 cars are allowed to run.

    That said, Jake Johnson, Hirschman, Nocella and Sesely could punt the 01 down in points. Then if there is a good entry list at Thompson and Martinsville, the 01 could lose some more spots.

    Silk and Bonsignore are looking to get every bonus point for leading a lap, leading the most laps, and winning, while the 01 is hoping for a short entry list to maximize points. Great country this America.

  3. My Guess alll cars will start!
    Not listed and not saying he will win but last year i said Autin Beers would become a top tier winning driver, i say that again about Carson Loftin, he is good, but my pick for this poll is Tommy Catalano.

  4. 🥤🥤🥤 Liz Cheokee 🥤🥤🥤 says

    Much to some 💜💙💚misogynist’s💛🧡💗 chagrin, Melissa is very likely to start this race and most deservedly so. She can concentrate on her race setup in practice and rely on her three time most popular driver or points provisional if she happens to need it. Supporting the series and having the support of the fans has its benefits! Regardless, I expect a fine showing for Melissa in this race. Go girl, go!
    Bottoms up boys! 🍻🥃🍻🥃🍻🥃

  5. It’s understandable that having a race where qualifying means more then simply starting position would be enticing. Two laps the only thing separating being in the feature or packing up for the long trek home. But come on guys really? This is a special event, not that many extra cars over budget, they all traveled a long way and it’s a good sized track. Let them race it’s the right thing to do. Especially teams like Heagy and Fifield who have religiously supported the series this year or maybe a guy like Sapienza who has in the past if he stumbles in qualifying.

  6. Indeed, this is a special event and the unqualified cars should be culled. That’s the whole point of the qualifying process.

    I would be great to have a race where we do not have to look out for mobile hazards. Especially at such a high profile event as this.

  7. 🥤🥤🥤 Liz Cheokee 🥤🥤🥤 says

    Mobile hazards 🚧? Why are you talking about bicyclists 🚴‍♀️🚴‍♂️? I just reach over and blow the train horn🚂📯 at them while my driver chuckles as they tell me I’m #1! 👆1️⃣

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