Race Preview: Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series NAPA Fall Final At Stafford

RaceDayCT Poll: Who Will Win The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series NAPA Fall Final At Stafford?

Event: NAPA Fall Final

Where: Stafford Motor Speedway

When: Saturday

Schedule: Detailed Schedule for Saturday at Stafford Speedway

Who: Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series Speedbowl Entry List


— The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series hosts its sixth and final event of the 2023 season Saturday at Stafford Speedway.

— The NAPA Fall Final will mark the third visit to Stafford for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series. Chase Dowling won the Modified Classic 81 on Oct. 24, 2020. Ron Silk won the NAPA Fall Final 80 on Sept. 24, 2022.

— Seven-time Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series champion Matt Hirschman leads the series standings. Matt Swanson is second, 29 points off the lead. Ronnie Williams is third, 31 points behind Hirschman. Woody Pitkat is fourth, 40 points off the lead. Click here for the full series standings

— Ronnie Williams won the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series season opening event at Thunder Road International Speedbowl on May 28.

— Matt Swanson won the second Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series event of the season on June 28 at Seekonk Speedway.

— Jake Johnson was victorious when the series visited Star Speedway on July 22.

— Matt Hirschman won in the division’s first visit of the season to the New London-Waterford Speedbowl on Aug. 12.

— Matt Hirschman won in the most recent Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series event on Sunday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl.

— The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series is celebrating its 10th season in 2023 – Decade To Dominance: Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series Celebrate 10 Years Of Perennial Growth

— Matt Hirschman is the reigning Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series champion. Hirschman is looking for his eighth series title in 2023. Click here for 2022 series standings.

— The series began in 2014. Jon McKennedy won the first series title. Ronnie Williams was the series champion in 2019. Hirschman has won every other series title.

— Matt Hirschman is also the division’s all-time winningest driver with 18 victories in 47 series starts. Click here for the division’s all-time win list

— Spectator gates open at 10 am. Saturday at Stafford Speedway. Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series practice is scheduled for 10 am. Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series qualifying is scheduled for 12:30 pm. Features are scheduled to begin at 2:30 pm with the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series feature set for 5 pm. Click here for a detailed schedule.

RaceDayCT Poll: Who Will Win The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series NAPA Fall Final At Stafford?


  1. As of 10.25 there are 44 cars on the entry list. Weather looks good. Should be a great show.

  2. Just Saying says

    I don’t see little señor Justin Bonsignore on the entry list for Stafford I thought he was a race driver

  3. Capt. Mike Qbvious says

    I count seven drivers on the entry list for both Martinsville and Stafford: Ron Silk, Matt Hirschman, Craig Lutz, Eric Goodale, Bryan Narducci, Anthony Bello, and Kyle Bonsignore. (It remains to be seen if all seven actually do the double.) Frankly, that’s more than I expected given the circumstances: Martinsville Thursday night, Stafford Saturday afternoon, and an 11+ hour drive between the two without including stops. It’s a lot to ask of drivers and teams who (with the exception of Hirschman) aren’t doing this for a living.

  4. I don’t know about Bello but I believe only the 58 and 3 are using the same crews. Silk, Hirschman, Lutz, and K Bonsignor are different cars and crews aren’t they?

  5. Doug,
    Silk is entered into the Stafford event with his Haydt-Yannone Racing team that will be competing tonight at Martinsville.

  6. A few weeks back I saw Kopcik selling the 16 out of his shop. I assumed that was a different car, different team, maybe different none spec engine perhaps with support form HYR. Can you shed light on how that worked at all?
    Thank you in advance!

  7. FYI kids get 5 bucks off general admission if they show up in a Halloween costume. NAPA pit party too. Weather looks great.

    The SK Light invitational. What are the parameters to get invited. Is the SK race a points race? Schedule says no heats for SKs lined up based on points. So I would think it’s a point paying event if they are using points for lineups. Looks like they will get in 17 SK events this year. I think they usually have around 22 events scheduled. Stafford released next seasons schedule with 24 events. Rain has been an issue.

  8. Doug,
    I’m not sure the details on all of that deal involving Ron Silk driving a Stephen Kopcik owned car previously this season. All I know is that in previous races Ron Silk has run this season with the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series, Stephen Kopcik was listed as the car owner. For this race Haydt-Yannone Racing is listed as the car owner.

  9. CSG,
    My understanding is the SK Light Invitational is for anyone that didn’t win an SK Light event at Stafford this year. The SK Modified event is a points event.

  10. I heard Pearl and West not running this weekend in SKL…

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