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THOMPSON, Conn. – After saying he ‘gave’ away about thirty points this season with two DNF’s, Justin Bonsignore was finally able to celebrate after a race Wednesday at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.
Bonsignore passed points leader Doug Coby on Lap 74 and withheld a strong challenge for the lead on a restart with fours lap remaining to win the Budweiser King of Beers 150 for his first win of the season.
Bonsignore qualified third and was able to muscle by Coby for the lead and hold off the two-time defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion for his ninth career win and fourth overall at Thompson.
The third and final caution of the race was given to the field on Lap 143 for a single car spin setting up the final restart. Bonsignore was able to drive away with Coby in tow to get his first win since the Holtsville, N.Y. native won at Riverhead Raceway last season.
Bobby Santos finished third as Woody Pitkat and Ryan Preece rounded out the top five. Max Zachem was sixth with Ron Silk, Donny Lia, Shawn Solomito and Jeff Goodale coming home seventh through 10th, respectively.
Chase Dowling took advantage of a quick pit stop by his crew during the first caution of the race on Lap 58 to take the lead where he stayed until Coby got by on Lap 62 on the restart.
Bonsignore was able to pull to within 15 points of the lead and now trails Coby 397-382 in the standings with seven races remaining. Timmy Solomito is third with Donny Lia and Jimmy Blewett rounding out the top five in the standings.
The Budweiser King of Beers 150 will be televised on NBCSN on Friday, Aug. 26, 8 p.m. ET.
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to action along with its NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour counterparts for their annual combination race on Wednesday, Aug. 17 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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M3 Technology is proud to announce the opening of its new Franklin, Connecticut location. The new location will allow improved service and support options for customer based in Connecticut and the rest of New England, and serve as a model for the establishment of Forward Stocking Locations at key points of use.
The new location will also serve as the headquarters for M3 Racing and serve as the primary support facility for the team and its equipment. Centrally located near several of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour’s host tracks, the new facility contains a custom-designed shop to house M3 Racing.
In addition to the new facility, M3 Technology maintains its 27,000 Square Foot operational headquarters in Bellport, NY with satellite sales offices in Cornwall, NY and Sterling Heights Michigan. In addition, the organization maintains service and support personnel throughout the country and around the world.VIEW MORE
M3 Technology recently welcomed an audit by SAI Global to review its procedures and practices for the handling of Electro Static Devices (ESD). The proper handling of these materials is a critical part of the M3 Technology Quality Management System, and central to ensuring product conformance. M3 is proud to announce that its process and procedures have again been approved by SAI and the renewal of its certification for another year.
In addition to ANSI ESD-S20.20-2014, M3 Technology is certified by SAI Global to the AS 9120 and ISO 9001 Certifications. Re-assessment of conformance to those standards takes place annually, with the next scheduled assessment in September. The M3 Technology Quality Management System is dedicated to continuous process improvement and drives the business operations of the company. Our commitment to Quality is central to ensuring customer satisfaction, product reliability, and overall company performance. For questions and further details relating to the M3 Technology Quality Management System, please email email@example.com.VIEW MORE