Matt Hirschman (60) battles Chase Dowling during Saturday's Tri Track Open Modified Series race at Stafford Motor Speedway. (Dick Ayers Photo)
The 2021 Tri Track Open Modified Series schedule has been set. (Dick Ayers Photo)

Six Dates Confirmed For Tri Track Open Modifieds

SEEKONK, Mass. – Tri Track Open Modified Series officials have confirmed six dates for the upcoming season.

The series will compete at three tracks in two New England states, headlined by multiple staple events and the anticipated return to Massachusetts.

The series will make two stops at Monadnock Speedway, two stops at Star Speedway and two stops at Seekonk Speedway.

The season begins back on the high-banks of Monadnock, in Winchester, N.H., with a 100-lap feature on Saturday, May 1. The date will be part of Monadnock’s opening Spring Dash weekend, which will also include their NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series divisions and the Granite State Pro Stock Series.

Tri Track will visit Monadnock for a second time on Saturday, Aug. 14, joined again by Monadnock’s weekly divisions. The track has been a regular circuit on the Tri Track schedule – one that places series regulars against the weekly competitors, which often come close to victory lane. Craig Lutz and Sam Rameau won events at Monadnock in a COVID-19 shortened 2020 season.

On May 22, Tri Track will return to Star Speedway in Epping, N.H., for the first of two dates on the calendar. Star has also been well-known for the annual SBM event, which returns for the 10th annual event on Saturday, July 24.

Seekonk will host the annual $10,000-to-win Open Wheel Wednesday event on Wednesday, June 30, and also host the Haunted Hundred on Saturday, Oct. 23.

Joining Open Wheel Wednesday will be the 350 S.M.A.C. Supermodifieds and NEMA Lites. As part of the Haunted Hundred – for the first time – all three races during the day will be 100 laps. Tri Track headlines the action while the stars of the Pro All Star Series and American-Canadian Tour will also compete in their championship events during the season-finale, which will also end the 75th year of full-time racing at Seekonk.

The schedule is subject to change due to the COVID-19 pandemic.