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NHMS Announces NASCAR Short Track Triple Header Will Replace MENCS Weekend
September 27, 2017
Headlining the event is a 250-lap NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race, followed by a 125-lap NASCAR K&N Pro Series race and the NASCAR Pinty Series' first-ever trip to the US for a 100-lap event.
NHMS Announces NASCAR Short Track Triple Header Will Replace MENCS Weekend

New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) officials announced a tripleheader NASCAR short track weekend will replace the departing Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series weekend in September 2018.

The event will be headlined by a 250-lap NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race. The NASCAR K&N Pro Series will also compete in a 125-lap event while the NASCAR Pinty Series will make their first-ever trip to the United States for a 100-lap event.

The event is scheduled to take place on Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22 next year. The 250-lap NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event will be the longest event in series history.

For New Hampshire Motor Speedway, it continues the tradition of a marquee event at the one-mile oval since the NASCAR Cup Series first visited the speedway in September in 1997.