Preece Tops Mod Run, Silk Gets Second Title

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — NASCAR Cup Series regular Ryan Preece took home the Grandfather clock, winning Thursday night’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season finale in a sentimental car he prepared at his home shop. The title landed the new team their first owner’s championship in only their sophomore season on the Tour. Silk needed to finish eighth or better to ensure himself the win, regardless of Bonsignore’s performance, but the path to the championship wasn’t a clean one for Silk. The chassis they raced had special meaning to Preece, as his last Whelen Modified Tour win in it came at Richmond Raceway in 2021 as the No. The win marked the 26th on the Whelen Modified Tour for the 2013 Tour champion, who got his first win in the series at Martinsville in 2008.

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