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NASCAR Modified Tour to race White Mountain on July 4

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will join the Pro All Stars Series for an Independence Day Weekend spectacular at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire.

The Independence Day 200 will headline the event, which will take place in front of a 50 percent capacity grandstand due to New Hampshire mass gatherings restrictions.

“We’re so happy to have the Whelen Modified Tour coming to White Mountain,” track managing partner Cris Michaud said. “This wasn’t even on our radar a few weeks ago, so to have it come together like this is huge for the track and our fans.”

The PASS Super Late Models will top a racing card on Friday, July 3, alongside local divisions.

On Saturday, the Whelen Modified Tour will make its first trip to the central New Hampshire track. White Mountain, which runs Saturday night weekly racing, will run its local divisions following the Whelen Modified race and the evening will culminate with a firework show.

Both nights of racing is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

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