The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series will continue to grow in 2024 with the series expanding to its largest schedule in the division’s 11-year history.
The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series will visit seven different tracks as part of an eight-race schedule in 2024. The previous largest schedule for the series was a seven-event slate in 2022.
The 2024 schedule includes first-time visits for the series to Thompson Speedway in Thompson, Connecticut and White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire.
The 2024 schedule also includes return visits for the series to Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, Vermont, the New London-Waterford Speedbowl in Waterford, Conn., Star Speedway in Epping, N.H., Stafford Speedway in Stafford, Conn. and the return of two events to the schedule at Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, Massachusetts.
“We’re proud to see the series continuing to grow, with an increasing number of events and the addition of new venues to the schedule,” Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series managing partner Ed Bennett said. “We’ve worked hard in cultivating strong relationships with our returning tracks and doing what works best to continue to make events at those tracks special, and we’re looking forward to building on the new relationships we’ve made for 2024. Thompson Speedway and White Mountain Motorsports Park are two places that competitors and fans have wanted to see on our schedule and we are thrilled to be able to make that happen.”
The 2024 season kicks off with a much anticipated inaugural event for the division at one of the most historic venues in Modified racing history. The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series will be a headlining event on April 6 as part of the Icebreaker weekend at Thompson Speedway.
In what has quickly become a Memorial Day weekend tradition for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series, the second event of the season will take place on May 26 at the historic Thunder Road International Speedbowl.
One of Modified racing’s crown jewel events takes place on June 26 with the running of Open Wheel Wednesday for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series at Seekonk Speedway.
The fourth event in 2024 will mark the second new venue visit of the season for the series with the division’s inaugural event at White Mountain Motorsports Park on July 27.
The New London-Waterford Speedbowl will play host to the fifth event of the season on Aug. 10. It will mark the third consecutive year the series has visited the shoreline oval in August.
The traditional Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series event at Star Speedway will now be part of the track’s historic Star Classic weekend on Sept. 15.
The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series returns to Stafford Speedway for its sixth event of 2024 to headline the track’s 51st NAPA Fall Final weekend on Sept. 28.
After a one-year hiatus from the track, the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series’ traditional season-ending event – the Haunted Hundred – returns to Seekonk Speedway on Nov. 2. The American-Canadian Tour will also host its season finale at Seekonk as part of the Haunted Hundred card.