White Mountain Motorsports Park Added To Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series Schedule For 2024 

New places will be a theme for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series in 2024. 

Earlier this month it was announced that the series would make its first visit to Thompson Speedway on April 6, 2024 as an anchor event for the track’s Icebreaker weekend. 

A second new facility for the series will be visited in July. 

The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series will compete at White Mountain Motorsports Park on July 27, 2024. It will make the first time the series visits the North Woodstock, N.H. facility.

“We’re looking forward to taking the Monaco Modifieds to White Mountain Motorsports Park as part of our expanded schedule in 2024,” said Renee Dupuis, director of series development for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series. It’s a track drivers have long been asking us to consider. Plus, working with [White Mountain co-owner] Cris Michaud, and his staff, to put on a successful show is just a no-brainer. The addition of Thompson, and now White Mountain, are just two of the many exciting things we’ll be bringing to the table next season.” 

The quarter-mile White Mountain Motosports Park oval has previously hosted the Milton Cat Modified Racing Series and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. 

Michaud also co-owns Thunder Road International Speedbowl and operates the Thompson Speedway oval. The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series will compete for the third consecutive year at Thunder Road in May 2024. 

“I’ve heard from a lot of racers, guys like Woody Pitkat and others, that really love the Modifieds at White Mountain,” Michaud said. “It just makes sense to give it a try. Everybody involved with the [Monaco Modified] Tri-Track Series is just great to work with and we have history now with those guys in other places so obviously I think that was a good fit for us as far as putting this together.” 

The Modified Racing Series last competed at White Mountain in 2022. The series ran four events at White Mountain from 2004-2005 and also ran at the track in 2020. The Whelen Modified Tour ran its only two series events at the track in 2020. 

Eight-time Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series champion Matt Hirschman was excited to hear of the addition of White Mountain to the series schedule. Hirschman finished second to Justin Bonsignore in the first Whelen Modified Tour event at White Mountain in 2020.

“Only raced there once and I absolutely loved it,” Hirschman said. “I think it’s great. White Mountain, I can’t wait to go there. The one time I was there I loved it. I think it will be great. I’m definitely looking forward to that. … I love the track and love the racing there.”

The White Mountain event marks the fifth date confirmed for the 2024 season for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series. 

It was announced in May that the series would return to Thunder Road as part of the track’s 61st Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic weekend. 

It was announced on Oct. 20 that the series would be part of the Star Classic Weekend on Sept. 15, 2024 at Star Speedway in Epping, N.H. 

Stafford Speedway released its 2024 scheduled Wednesday with the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series as the anchor event for the NAPA Fall Final next season. 


  1. Crazy in NY says

    Someone would have to be crazy to drive from CNY to WMMP to watch Modifieds. I qualify. Already marked it on my calendar. Any of you Flo bench racers between home and White Mountain who want a ride reach out. This is TTOM at it’s natural core.

  2. Crazy, I think it will definitely worth the trip! The 2WMT races were fun to watch up there in 2020. The MRS race also had good racing despite the small field as well.

  3. Nice drive, highly recommend you take NH 118. That road is a hoot!!!!! Fantastic on a motorcycle.

  4. I’m beginning to wonder if Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk might be done either as a Tri-Track race or a stand alone event.

  5. I’ll take you up on that offer Crazy! Not a Flo racing guy, But these dirt track’s down here in southern N.Y. are driving me crazy. A trip to New Hampshire may be what the doctor ordered. (Driving through Dutchess County ? )

  6. I like the tri track series- the only thing I do not like about it – heat races starting spots all based on practice times. Every heat race winner starts from pole our outside pole – it’s like watching paint dry. Bring back the typical handicap system it would make a better show. Also do not run heats with less than 10 cars. JMO

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