2024 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Entry List For The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour At New Hampshire

Entry List For The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour At New Hampshire

Entry list, event schedule, and more for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour's "Mohegan Sun 100" at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Jun 18, 2024 by Rob Blount
Entry List For The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour At New Hampshire

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to “The Magic Mile” this Saturday for what is always a thrilling 100-lap showdown on Modified racing’s biggest stage. And to no one’s surprise, the Tour is bringing a 32-car field loaded with talent to Loudon, New Hampshire’s New Hampshire Motor Speedway for Saturday evening’s Mohegan Sun 100.

Headlining the entry list is NASCAR Cup Series driver and former Loudon winner, Ryan Preece. The Berlin, Connecticut driver hasn’t run a Modified race at NHMS in two years, but it’s of course a track that the 2013 NWMT champion is very familiar with. Preece went to victory lane at New Hampshire in 2021 as part of a seven-win season. Preece led 22 of the 100 laps that day. Preece also won the now-defunct Whelen All-Star Shootout at NHMS in 2017.

Preece hasn’t run many Modified races since joining Stewart-Haas Racing at the start of 2023, but his win at Martinsville Speedway last fall was one of the most dominant performances of his career. Preece led 134 of the 200 laps that night in a car that he built and set up. 

Next up is three-time champion, Justin Bonsignore, who also happens to be the defending winner of this race. Bonsignore held off six-time champion Doug Coby in a thrilling photo-finish by 0.045-second to score his second victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. 

This weekend is a big one for Bonsignore for a couple of reasons. We’re one-race shy of the halfway point of the 2024 season, and win would help him close the 16-point deficit to defending champion Ron Silk. But also, because Bonsignore is making his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut with powerhouse Joe Gibbs Racing. Bonsignore will be pulling double-duty on Saturday, with the Xfinity Series race first up at 3:30 p.m. ET before hopping into his No. 51 Ken Massa Motorsports Modified for the 100-lap NWMT race at 6:30 p.m. ET.

That brings us to the aforementioned Silk, who seems to be running even stronger in 2024 than he was in last year’s run to his second championship. Silk has three wins already in 2024, and only one finish lower than third all season. That was when he finished 10th at Monadnock Speedway in May. But otherwise, Silk has finishes of first, second, first, first, and third, on top of leading 469 of the 1,008 laps run to this point. The Norwalk, Connecticut driver has three wins at NHMS, though he’s looking for his first trip back to victory lane there since September of 2019.

One big surprise on the entry list is Bobby Santos III in the Advantage Motorsports No. 14 machine instead of the Tinio Racing No. 44. Instead, Chase Dowling makes his NWMT return in the Tinio Racing car. 

Even though he has made starts for other teams on occasion, Santos has mostly been behind the wheel of the Tinio No. 44 going back to 2012. Santos is a six-time winner at NHMS, with four of those wins coming behind the wheel of the No. 44. That said, Santos and the Tinio group have not won at NHMS together since 2018. In fact, that win is the last time they have won together at all. Santos has two more wins at NHMS since then driving for Dave Sapienza when he was injured. 

This weekend will not be Santos’ first start in the Advantage Motorsports No. 14. Santos has made two prior starts for that team and has scored a top five in both races.

Lastly, another Baldwin will begin to make his mark on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. Luke Baldwin, the grandson of the late legend, “Tiger” Tom Baldwin, and son of Daytona 500 champion crew chief and NWMT car owner, Tommy Baldwin Jr., will make his NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour debut on Saturday. The 17-year-old driver put the Modified world on notice when he held off Matt Hirschman to be crowned the “King of the Modifieds” at South Boston Speedway back in March.

Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour “Mohegan Sun 100” will go green at 6:30 p.m. ET live on FloRacing. Fans can subscribe to FloRacing by clicking here.

The full entry list for Saturday's Mohegan Sun 100 can be found below.

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NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at New Hampshire Schedule

Friday, June 21




NWMT Haulers Enter


Technical Inspection Begins

2:30 - 3:30pm

NWMT Practice


NWMT Qualifying

Saturday, June 22




Garage Opens


Driver/crew chief meeting


NWMT Race (100 laps)

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at New Hampshire Entry List

Car No.


Crew Chief


Andy Jankowiak

Steve Mendoza


Melissa Fifield

Jake Marosz


Patrick Emerling

Dale Hedquist


Jake Johnson

Greg Fournier


Tim Connolly

Cale Gale


Sam Rameau

Jimbo Boccanfuso


Doug Coby

Tommy Baldwin Jr.


John-Michael Shenette



Joey Cirpriano III

Ryan Plourde


Ron Silk

Phil Moran


Anthony Nocella

Michele Davini


Ken Heagy

Greg Gorman


Anthony Sesely

James Archibald


Kyle Bonsignore

Cam McDermott


Gary McDonald

Chad McDonald


Tyler Rypkema

Zach Truesdail


Dave Sapienza

Greg Kleila


Luke Baldwin

Neal Cantor


Ryan Preece

Jeff Preece


Matt Kimball

William Kimball Jr.


Chase Dowling

Daniel Gamache


Craig Lutz

Douglas Ogiejko


Justin Bonsignore

Ryan Stone


Tommy Catalano

Rick Kluth


Trevor Catalano

David Catalano


Eric Goodale

Jason Shephard


Austin Beers

Ron Yuhas


Andy Seuss

Steve Seuss


Jon McKennedy

John Lowinski


Tyler Catalano

JJ Vece


Matt Swanson

Gary Casella


Bobby Santos III

Bill Putney


Mike Marshall

Kevin Ledoux