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Bush's Beans 150
Bristol Motor Speedway
August 17
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1st!!!
Budweiser King 
of Beers 150
Thompson Speedway
Motorsports Park
8-10-16
Tour Standings
1. Doug Coby - 397
2. Justin Bonsignore - 382
3. Timmy Solomito - 362

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M3 Racing take the Checkered Flag at Thompson

August 11, 2016
Justin Bonsignore celebrates with crew members after winning the Budweiser King of Beers 150 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. Mike Ivins/Getty Images for NASCAR
Justin Bonsignore celebrates with crew members after winning the Budweiser King of Beers 150 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. Mike Ivins/Getty Images for NASCAR

From NASCAR.com

 

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.

The Bush’s Beans 150 will be held at 6 p.m. as part of a doubleheader with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.


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M3 Continues to Grow

July 2, 2016
Connecticut
Connecticut

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.


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Victory Lane for M3 Racing

July 21, 2014
Victory
Victory

From NASCAR.com:

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.


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Victory at the Ice Breaker

April 7, 2014
Icebreaker Win (Jim Rogash/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Icebreaker Win (Jim Rogash/Getty Images for NASCAR)

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.

 

 

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Twin Wins for M3 Racing

February 22, 2014
Victory Lane
Victory Lane

The Sunshine State has been kind to the M3 Racing Team and driver Justin Bonsignore.  After a strong start in the UNOH Battle at the Beach at Daytona International Speedway, mechanical issues forced the team out of the top 5 and out of the race with just a few laps left to run.  Following the Tour Race, the team moved on to New Smyrna Speedway, taking 10th place in the first race at that track.

The best was yet to come however, with a win on Thursday night in the Tour-Type 35 Lap Race.  Strong on the heels of that win, the team found the winner’s circle again the following night – taking the checkered flag in the Richie Evans Memorial 100 Lap Event.

Featuring a new look for the 2014 Season, Justin and Team M3 will look to build on the strong finish to their time in Florida, and start their march toward the team’s first NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Championship.  Be sure to check back here for news throughout the season, and follow along with the crew on twitter (@M3_Racing).


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M3 Racing at Riverhead

September 10, 2013
M3 Racing
M3 Racing

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour rolls into Riverhead Raceway for the second time of the season this weekend for the Green Earth Technologies 200.  M3 Racing and driver Justin Bonsignore look to take advantage of a home track edge on Saturday, and will look to move up in the standings with a strong run.

Justin and the team took home a first place finish at the track in 2011, snagged second a year ago, but endured some bad luck in June’s Hoosier Tire 200, notching a 24th place showing after mechanical issues.  Currently 9th in the Tour Standings, M3 Racing has managed one win, three Top 5 finishes, and a Top 10 in six of ten starts on the season.

Come out and support Justin and M3 Racing this Saturday, or follow along at home via twitter for updates live from the track.

For more coverage and information on the race and the 2013 season, visit the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour site.


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Victory Lane for M3 Racing at Monadnock

July 28, 2013
Victory Lane
Victory Lane

M3 Racing and driver Justin Bonsignore captured their first victory of the season tonight in the Whitcomb 200 at Monadnock Speedway in Winchester New Hampshire.  Starting on the outside pole, Justin took the lead on lap 17 and held on the rest of the way for his third career victory on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

Justin is now fifth in the Tour Standings, trailing leader Ryan Preece by 71 points, the M3 Racing team looks to build on this weekend’s momentum when NASCAR moves to The Stafford  Motor Speedway on August 2 for the CARQUEST 150.  Check back here for news and updates all season long.

 


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NASCAR Rolls into Riverhead

June 25, 2013
M3 Racing
M3 Racing

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour makes it annual stop at Riverhead Raceway this weekend for the Hoosier Tire 200.  M3 Racing and driver Justin Bonsignore look to take advantage of a home track edge on Saturday, and are gunning for their first victory of the season.

Justin and the team took home a first place finish at the track in 2011, and snagged second a year ago.  Currently 4th in the Tour Standings, M3 Racing has managed two Top 5 finishes this year, and a Top 10 in all four starts on the season.

Come out and support Justin and M3 Racing this Saturday, or follow along at home via twitter for updates live from the track.

For more coverage and information on the race and the 2013 season, visit the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour site.


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2nd Place for M3 Technology Racing

April 29, 2013
M3 Racing
M3 Racing

In the third race of the 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, Justin Bonsignore and M3 Technology Racing notched a strong showing, securing second place behind pole and race winner Bobby Santos in Stafford, CT this weekend.  Building off of an eight place finish two weeks ago in Thompson, Justin continued to gain momentum at this week’s Stafford Spring Sizzler.  Click here for a post race interview, courtesy of NASCAR.

The runner-up finish moves Justin and M3 Racing from eighth to fifth in the Driver Standings.  The team looks to keep up the pace on May 11th, when NASCAR’s Whelen Modified Tour rolls into Monadnock Speedway for the fourth race of the year.

 


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Top Ten at Thompson Icebreaker

April 15, 2013
M3 Racing
M3 Racing

After a strong 6th place finish at a chaotic Daytona Speedway race in February, M3 Racing and Justin Bonsignore took to the track this weekend at Thompson International Speedway, looking to get the 2013 Tour off to a strong start, and build toward the team’s first NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Championship.

After qualifying fifth, Justin and the M3 Team secured an 8th place finish behind race winner Mike Stefanik.  As the first official points race of the young season, M3 Racing starts off the year 8th in the standings as well.

M3 Racing will be back on the track at the Stafford Motor Speedway for the CARQUEST Tech-Net Spring Sizzler on April 28 as the quest for a championship heats up.  Check back here often for news and information throughout the season.