Barre, VT & Naples, ME — Pro All Stars Series and American-Canadian Tour officials are excited to announce a change in the 60th annual Sunoco World Series presented by Budweiser. The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will now headline Sunday of World Series weekend with their Sunoco World Series 150 presented by Budweiser and the Outlaw Open Modified will now compete with the new $10,000-to-Win Open Modified Sunoco 100 joining the Saturday, October 8th program alongside the PASS Super Late Models and American-Canadian Tour.
With the move, Tour-type Modified racing will continue to be held on all three days of the 60th annual Sunoco World Series presented by Budweiser with the Modified Racing Series 75 on Friday, October 7th, the new $10,000-to-Win Sunoco 100 for the Thompson Outlaw Open Modified Series on Saturday, October 8th and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour World Series 150 on Sunday, October 9th.
Not to be outdone by their slightly larger brethren, the Sunoco Modifieds will also be showcased the entire weekend with the 2nd annual Weston Automotive Triple Crown. Last year Sunoco Modified ace Todd Owen took the top honors and is expected to return and defend the inaugural crown against 2022 hot-shoe Stephen Kopcik, Troy Talman and more!
The 60th annual Sunoco World Series presented by Budweiser will also feature the American-Canadian Tour and PASS Super Late Models on Saturday, October 8th as New England’s favorite full-fendered divisions will each compete for 75-lap events as their seasons come down to the wire. More details and full division line-ups for each of the three days of Sunoco World Series weekend presented by Budweiser will be released in the near future.
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