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WINCHESTER, N.H. — Justin Bonsignore made the late pass pay off as he drove to the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour victory in the O’Reilly 200 at Monadnock Speedway Saturday night.
Bonsignore powered underneath Ryan Preece on Lap 175 en route to the win. Preece had started second and led all but one lap to that point.
It was the fifth career win for the Holtsville, New York, driver and second straight at Monadnock. It was also his second of 2014, as he opened the season with a win at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in April.
The race went caution-free, leaving just six cars on the lead lap at the checkered flag. Preece settled for second, followed by Eric Goodale, rookie Tommy Barrett Jr. and points leader Doug Coby.
Bonsignore won the Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day, but Preece jumped to the lead on Lap 2 and held it until Bonsignore made his move.
Matt Hirschman finished sixth, followed by Patrick Emerling, Ted Christopher, Ron Silk and Ron Yuhas Jr.
With the win, Bonsignore moved to within four points of Coby in the championship points standings. Bobby Santos, who finished 11th, dropped to third in points — eight behind Coby. Christopher is fourth, another five points back, while Preece moved up a spot to fifth.
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races next in the Call Before You Dig 8-1-1 150 at Stafford Motor Speedwway on Friday, Aug. 8.VIEW MORE
M3 Technology reaffirmed its commitment to quality operations today, undergoing a site audit by QMI/SAI Global to confirm its processes and procedures for Electro-Static Discharge Devices. As they have in each previous audit, QMI certified M3 Technology’s policies, procedures, and practices for handling and storage of ESD products, and has committed to a renewal of its ANSI/ESD S20.20 Certificate approval.
This Certification is testament to M3 Technology’s dedication to excellence, and marks just one portion of M3 Technology’s industry leading quality program. In the coming months, M3 will undergo similar audits to assess its continued compliance with ISO 9001, AS 9120 and FAA 00-56C – where it is expected that Underwriter’s Laboratories will again confirm certification to those standards. Along with these formal certifications, M3 Technology has recently launched multiple continuous improvement efforts under its Team Blue Sky Initiative – ranging from expanding the scope of supplier performance analysis to enhanced inspection procedures. One of the key programs under development will culminate over the next few months as the company seeks certification to the IDEA Standard – already in compliance with these guidelines, accreditation will confirm M3 Technology’s ability to detect, combat, and prevent counterfeit electronics products from reaching our valued customers.
Quality truly is a way of life here at M3 Technology, and a commitment to continuous process improvement is a requirement for each member of our team. This drive for excellence is a driving force in all we do, and aimed at providing the best levels of service to our customers and end users.VIEW MORE
M3 Racing and Justin Bonsignore secured victory this weekend at Thompson Motorsports Park. The win in the Town Fair Tire Icebreaker comes fast on the heels of two wins earlier in the year at New Smyrna Speedway, and marks Justin’s 4th Career checkered flag on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, and second at Thompson.
With top 10 finishes in the Tour Standings the last three seasons, the M3 Race Team has its sights set on bigger challenges this year, and the strong showing at Thompson is a big step in bringing home a championship. Stay tuned here all year long as Justin and M3 Racing march toward the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Championship. The Tour takes to the track again on April 27th, for the NAPA Spring Sizzler 200 at Stafford Motor Speedway. Be sure to follow along with all the news and notes on Facebook and Twitter for inside looks at the team.