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WHERE: Sharon Speedway, Hartford,OH   

WHEN: Saturday SEPT 03

WHAT: (Lou Blaney Memorial )

DETAILS: $2500 to WIN / 35 laps                                                    1st Place- 

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WHERE: Michaels Mercer Raceway, Mercer,PA        WHEN: FRIDAY Sept 09

WHAT: BRP TOUR Final Points Race

DETAILS: $2500 to WIN / 35 laps

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2nd Place- 

3rd Place-                   

 

WHERE: Michaels Mercer Raceway, Mercer,PA                   WHEN:  Saturday Sept 10

WHAT: BRP MODIFIED TOUR BANQUET & AWARD CEREMONY    DETAILS:  12 NOON  (PREPAID TICKETS ONLY contact Pam Baker)                                  

 

WHERE: Michaels Mercer Raceway, Mercer,PA                   WHEN:  Saturday Sept 10

WHAT:                                                                                   DETAILS:  $7000 to WIN ! ----- $ 500 to Start                                 1st Place- 

2nd Place- 

3rd Place-                  

THE RACE TO THE 2022 CHAMPIONSHIP !

(TOP TEN)


                  


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RECENT RESULTS


 

WHERE: Michaels Mercer Raceway, Mercer,PA  WHEN: Saturday AUG 13 

WHAT: Ralph Quarterson Memorial

DETAILS: $3300 to WIN / 33 laps                                                    1st Place- GARRETT KRUMMERT

2nd Place- Rex King Jr.

3rd Place-   Dave Murdick                

Ryan Susice Picks up his 2nd Win on the BRP Modified Tour Racing Series at Hummingbird Speedway 


By: Pam Baker

Marble, PA………7/16/2022…… On a beautiful Saturday in July ,Ryan Susice had the night off from his regular track so he ventured south from New York to Pennsylvania’s Hummingbird Speedway and picked up his second win of the season with the BRP Modified Tour. The 35-lap event went wire-to-wire and took under 10 minutes to run the entire race which went caution free.

Ryan Susice and Erick Rudolph led the 17-car field to the green flag and Susice beat Rudolph to the first turn and as lap one clicked off was the leader of the race. However, the next lap Rudolph passed Susice in turn three to take the lead. Rudolph held a firm lead over Susice Rex King, Jr. Brad Rapp and Mike Kinney through lap eleven. The leaders started entering heavy lapped traffic on lap ten and using that to his advantage, Susice took the lead away from Rudolph on lap twelve.

By lap fourteen the lapped traffic became very heavy but Susice had no problem managing the lead ahead of Rudolph. By lap twenty-four Susice had accumulated a 1.5 second lead over the rest of the field. Susice held on to the lead and at the end of the race was 1.59 seconds ahead of Erick Rudolph in second. Susice went on to pick up his second feature win of the season, his first coming at Ransomville Speedway on June 24th.Erick Rudolph held on to finish second ahead of Rex King, Jr. in third. Brad Rapp finished fourth ahead of Chas Wolbert in fifth.

Picking up heat race wins were Dave Murdick and Erick Rudolph. Brad Rapp won $175 for drawing pill #4 in memory of the late Rick Hall, board member of the BRP Modified Tour.

                                  The next race on the BRP Modified Tour schedule will be the Ralph Quarterson Memorial race on August 13th at Michaels Mercer Raceway and will pay the winner $3,300. Don’t forget our big 25th Anniversary Weekend Spectacular is coming up on Friday and Saturday, September 9 & 10th at Michaels Mercer Raceway. The Friday night portion will be the final points night for the BRP Modified Tour series and then on Saturday, September 10th the Big Event to celebrate our 25th season will take place which will be a 50-lap $7,000 to win, $500 to start event with a Non-qualifiers race which will pay $750 to start. We will also hold our banquet at the track facility at Noon on Saturday, September 10th and will distribute point money to the top 20 drivers.

Feature Finish: Ryan Susice, Erick Rudolph, Rex King, Jr., Brad Rapp, Chas Wolbert, Tyler Willard, Mike Kinney, Garrett Krummert, Dave Murdick, Rick Regalski, Steve Barr, Colton Walters, Steve Slater, Ray Bliss, Mark Frankhouser,         Rodney Beltz, Kevin Green.


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Rex King, Jr. Makes Family History picking up the Russ King Memorial Feature Win at Expo Speedway 


By: Pam Baker

Marble, PA …….7/14/2022…..The BRP Modified Tour held their sixth series event at the Expo Speedway during the Trumbull County Fair in Cortland, OH. The race was the Russ King Memorial honoring Rex King, Sr’s. father and matriarch of the King family.

                                    There were 18 cars on hand for the event on Thursday evening and starting on the front row for the event was Jim Rasey and Rex King, Jr. followed by Garrett Krummert, Chas Wolbert, Brad Rapp and Erick Rudolph who made us the first three rows. At the drop of the green, King, Jr. got the jump on Rasey and led the first nine laps before the caution came out for Steve Slater who spun on the track.

                                   On the restart, King, Jr. once took command of the race with Krummert right behind. As the field went down the backstretch, sixth place starter, Rudolph passed Krummert to take over the second position with King, Jr. still leading the pack.

                                   On lap 20 the red flag was displayed as Shawn Kozar went hard into the second turn jersey barrier and destroyed his fuel cell as fire erupted. Kozar was able to get out of the car and the fire crew was right there to put of the fire. Kozar was done for the night as his car sustained heavy damage.

                                   Due to the size of the racetrack at Expo the race was shortened to 25-laps so when the race resumed under green King, Jr. found Rudolph, Krummert and Rapp lined up right behind him, but the hometown driver was not fazed and went on to pick up the feature win, his first BRP Modified Tour win of the 2022 season. Point leader, Erick Rudolph finished second ahead of Garrett Krummert, Brad Rapp and Jim Rasey.

                              Heats were won by Erick Rudolph and Rex King, Jr. Each driver that attended Expo Speedway received an additional $138 compliments of Rex and Sis King.

                          Feature Finish: Rex King, Jr., Erick Rudolph, Garrett Krummer, Brad Rapp, Jim Rasey, Tyler Willard, Chas Wolbert, Steve Barr, Rick Regalski, Mike Kinney, Dave Murdick, Steve Slater, Rodney Beltz, Ray Bliss, Shawn Kozar, Mark Frankhouser, Kevin Green, Randy Chronister.

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                                                                                                                       Photo by BRP Tour Staff

Tri-City winner Jeremiah Shingledecker celebrates with family and friends 

      Jeremiah Shingledecker Leads Wire-to-Wire in BRP Modified Tour Event at Tri City Raceway to                                               Capture his First Win of the Season in Series Racing


By: Pam Baker

Marble, PA. 7/3/2022

                     Jeremiah Shingledecker struck the match on the 4th of July fireworks as he led every circuit of the 36-lap event Sunday night at Tri City Raceway. Twenty-seven cars were on tap for the event, but unfortunately an accident in the third heat race put Steve Slater and Brad Deeter on the trailer before the feature took place.

Dave Murdick and Brian Swartzlander brought the 25-car field to the drop of the green flag with Jeremiah Shingledecker, Rex King, Jr and Erick Rudolph close in tow. Shingledecker made the what would be the winning move coming of the second turn on the initial start of the race bringing Erick Rudolph with him. Shingledecker and Rudolph paced the field with Shingledecker extending his lead over Rudolph by six car lengths by lap nine. By lap thirteen, the leader encountered heavy lapped traffic and weaved his way through the cars before a caution for Austin Eyler slowed the event. One more lap was completed after the restart before the caution flag flew for Travis Shingledecker.

On the restart, Swartzlander was able to pass Rudolph for second and Shingledecker jetted out to 10-car lengths over second place. Jeremiah Shingledecker had such a lead by lap twenty-eight that he was ¾ of a straightaway ahead of second place runner Swartzlander. Rex King, Jr. had worked his way into third and worked hard to pass Swartzlander but was not successful.

On lap thirty-three the gremlins struck and the first caution was for Tyler Willard. On the restart, Garrett Krummert came to a stop in turn. The next restart on lap thirty-four found Brad Rapp, Steve Barr and Shawn Kozar getting collected together on the back stretch. The red flag flew on the next restart for Shawn Kozar whose car dug into the front stretch and went over. Kozar had some shoulder pain and a cut on his arm, but otherwise was uninjured. However, his car suffered some heavy damage and had to be taken back to the pit area on the tilt bed.

Since this all happed with thirty-four laps in the books, it set up the final two laps making the event a 36-lap race and once again Shingledecker ran off and hid ahead of the rest of the field to capture the popular win. Brian Swartzlander finished second. Rex King, Jr. blew a right rear tire coming off of turn four giving third place to Erick Rudolph. Fourth place went to Jim Rasey with Rick Regalski bringing out his brand new Bicknell car after blowing the motor in the Mike Turner ride on Saturday night and finished fifth. Heats were won Jeremiah Shingledecker, Dave Murdick and Rex King, Jr.

Coming up next for the BRP Modified Tour will be the Russ King Memorial race at Expo Speedway on Thursday, July 14th and then Hummingbird Speedway on Saturday, July 16th.

Feature Finish: Jeremiah Shingledecker, Brian Swartzlander, Erick Rudolph, Jim Rasey, Rick Regalski, Greg Martin, Rex King, Jr., Tyler Willard, Dave Murdick, Mark Frankhouser, Steve Barr, Garrett Krummert, Chas Wolbert, Kyle Fink, Brad Rapp, Shawn Kozar, Ray Bliss, Lonny Riggs, Travis Shingledecker, Mike Kinney, Austin Eyler, Rodney Beltz, Kevin Green, Billy Van Pelt and Jeremy Beichner. DNS: Steve Slater, Brad Deeter.

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                                                                                                                                                                                   Photo By BRP Tour Staff                                                                              Winner Erick Rudolph (center) surrounded by D. Murdick (left)(2nd) and B. Van Pelt (right)(3rd)


Erick Rudolph Captures the Sid Unverzagt, Sr. BRP Modified Tour Event at Knox Raceway


 By: Pam Baker Marble, PA 7/2/2022


                        Erick Rudolph set off the fireworks for the start of the 4th of July weekend capturing the BRP Modified Tour Sid Unverzagt, Sr. Memorial event at Knox Raceway on Saturday, July 2nd. Knox Raceway hosted the Sid Unverzagt, Sr. Memorial race with the BRP Modiifed Tour’s first visit to the speedway since 2000, and the 24-car field was paced by Sid Unverzagt, Jr. to honor his father before the start of the feature. On the pole for the BRP Modified Tour event was Steve Barr and alongside was Erick Rudolph. The pair brought the field to the drop of the green flag with Rudolph sprinting into the first turn ahead of Barr. Rudolph led the first seven laps with Dave Murdick, Rex King, Jr. and Billy Van Pelt close behind. The caution flag waved at the end of lap seven first for Sid Unverzagt, Jr and then for Steve Slater.

On the restart, Rudolph was the man in charge as he took the lead, lapped all but the sixth-place car, and led every single lap of the 35-lap event. The race paid $2,500 to win and an additional $1,840 in lap money was added for a total of $4,340. Finishing second was Murdick with eight place starter, Billy Van Pelt finishing in the top three. Fourth place went to Rex King, Jr. with Brian Swartzlander rounding out the top five. There was also an additional $725 in special awards distributed to the following drivers: Highest Finishing 358 Modified – Sid Unverzagt, Jr.; Lowest Finishing 358 Modified – Tyler Willard; 13th on lap 13 – Mike Kinney; Longest Tow – Tyler Willard; Best Appearing Car – Billy Van Pelt; Hard Charger – Ray Bliss; Hard Luck – Rick Regalski and 2 DNS – Rick Regalski and Shawn Kozar.

Feature Finish: Feature: 1. 25-Erick Rudolph [2]; 2. 61-Dave Murdick [4]; 3. 13-Billy Van Pelt [8]; 4. 165-Rex King, Jr [5]; 5. 83-Brian Swartzlander [6]; 6. 11R-Brad Rapp [10]; 7. 6F-Kyle Fink [9]; 8. C3-Chas Wolbert [7]; 9. 17JR-Sid Unverzagt, Jr [14]; 10. 00H-Kevin Hoffman [16]; 11. 20P-Mike Kinney [13]; 12. 27Z-Ray Bliss [22]; 13. 22-Kevin Long [17]; 14. 29-Garrett Krummert [12]; 15. 15B-Dillon Barr [18]; 16. 25B-Steve Barr [1]; 17. 32-Jim Rasey [3]; 18. 28H-Jimmy Holden [11]; 19. 03-Mark Frankhouser [15]; 20. 35-Steve Slater [19]; 21. 27R-Dave Reges [21]; 22. 74-Kevin Green [20]; 23. 33-Tyler Willard [24]; 24. 64-Rodney Beltz [23]

DNS. -; 96-Rick Regalski; 3K-Shawn Kozar

Hard Charger: 27Z-Ray Bliss [+10]; Lap Leaders: Erick Rudolph (1-35)

Heats were won by: Brad Rapp, Erick Rudolph and Brian Swartzlander

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   R.Susice #10 and L.Carleton # 97c lead pack to the green (BRP TOUR staff photo)

Ryan Susice Captures BRP Modified Tour event at Ransomville Speedway on a beautiful Friday night in New York

By: Pam Baker

Marble, PA….. (June 24, 2022) …..Ryan Susice from Wilson, NY won the 3rd event of the BRP Modified Tour series on Friday, June 24th at Ransomville Speedway. There were 33 cars registered for the event representing Canada, New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. The weather was gorgeous and 15 of our regular point drivers made the tow to the track for only our second visit ever to the New York speedway.

Ryan Susice and Luke Carleton brought the 24-car field to the drop of the green flag for the 35-lap BRP Modified Tour feature event, with Susice leading the way over the field. Zach Payne took over third from BRP regular Dave Murdick, but Murdick would regain the position on lap two. Billy Van Pelt, Gary Lindberg, and Pete Bicknell, all started to make their way towards the front.

On lap seven, Susice would hit lap traffic just as Gary Lindberg moved into fourth place after passing Van Pelt and Payne. Mark Frankhouser spun in turn two bringing out the first caution flag on lap nine. Gary Lindberg used the restart to take second away from Carleton and would quickly go after Susice for the lead.

Lindberg and Susice battled for the lead, as Pete Bicknell entered the top three after passing Carleton and Murdick. Susice would hold off Lindberg through the halfway point. Marshall Hurd and Ryan Ferri got together on the back straightaway to bring out the second caution on lap 15.

On the restart, Pete Bicknell would take the second position away from Lindberg and would go after leader, Susice. Tyler Willard would enter the top four after passing Luke Carleton on lap 22. After a mid-race visit to the pit area, Erick Rudolph, current BRP Modified Tour points leader would re-enter the top 10 on lap 24. Susice would pull away from Bicknell and Lindberg to pick up the checkered flag and the $3,050 top prize money.

It was an eventful day for Susice, as he was scheduled to drive the Slack Racing #3rs car, but a motor let go while in the pit area which forced the team to go to another car. Susice was able to get in the Patrick Hoopes #10 entry, which proved to be the winning combination as Susice led wire-to-wire to pick up the popular victory. Finishing second was Pete Bicknell, followed by Gary Lindberg in third. Fourth place went to Tyler Willard with Luke Carelton rounding out the top five.

The BRP Modified Tour will be back in action on Saturday, July 2nd at Knox Raceway in Knox, PA for the running of the 1st Annual Sid Unverzagt, Sr. Memorial event. There will be over $1,600 in lap money along with another $1,200 or more in special awards added to the $2,500 to win purse. Included in this night of racing will also be a special 358 Modified Dash that will pay $1,000 to win. If a car is entered and driven in the BRP Modified Tour race, there will be no extra entry fee. However, if a driver runs a different car for the 358 Dash then a $50 entry fee will be required. Then on Sunday night, July 3rd the BRP Modified Tour will venture to Tri City Raceway in Franklin, PA for their fifth event on the season.

Feature Finish: Ryan Susice, Pete Bicknell, Gary Lindberg, Tyler Willard, Luke Carleton, Robbie Johnston, Dave Murdick, Rick Richner, Greg Martin, Erick Rudolph, Rex King Jr, Steve Lewis Jr, Zachary Payne, Billy VanPelt, Ryan Ferri, Shannon Whaley, Mark Frankhouser, Brad Rapp, Mike Kinney, Chad Brachmann, Adam Hilton, Marshall Hurd, James Sweeting, Garrison Krentz DNQ: Shawn Kozar, Rick Regalski, Chaz Wolbert Rodney Beltz, Steve Slater, Ricky Newton, Steve Barr, Kevin Green

Heat Race Winners: Pete Bicknell, Luke Carleton, Gary Lindberg, Erick Rudolph

B-Main Winner: Rex King Jr

The BRP Modified Tour racing series is a non-profit organization established to give Big Block Modifieds in the Western Pennsylvania/ Eastern Ohio area a chance to compete with one another for a higher purse structure and for a point fund for the scheduled events, started in 1998 by Tim Engles, Lon and Pam Baker and Randy Myers. The BRP Modified Tour has had great success at bringing regional cars together at various speedways in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, West Virginia, and Canada.

We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of our organization. Bicknell Racing Products, Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic, Sunoco Race Fuels/ Bazell Oil, King Brothers, McCool’s Signs and Graphics/Slippery Rock Sportswear, Mad Skins Race Car Bodies/Sunflowers of Sanborn, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Flynn’s Tire & Auto Centers,

Frankland Racing Supply, Hall’s Safety Equipment, McCandless Ford, Moore’s Auto Body,

MRO – Motor Racing Outreach/Team Green, Rockhouse Bar and Grill, Russ King Racing,

Steve’s Auto Body, Thermo Supply, Competition Carburetion, Eperthener Auto Wrecking,

GME Mfg., Racequip Safety Products, Rudolph Snow Plowing and Wrisco Aluminum.

Erick Rudolph Wins BRP Modified Tour Event at Hummingbird Speedway

By: Pam Baker


June 4, 2022………The most beautiful day of the year so far greeted drivers and fans at Hummingbird Speedway in Reynoldsville, PA on Saturday night as the 2nd event of the BRP Modified Tour Racing Series took place. Twenty drivers were on hand for the event and making the long tow from Ransomville, NY Erick Rudolph captured his second win in two events.

After the redraw that was done in front of the fans in the stands Brian Swartzlander had the lucky draw of number one and started on the pole alongside Dave Murdick. The two brought the field to the drop of the green with Swartzlander getting to the first ahead of Murdick and led the opening lap. Swartzlander continued his lead until lap four when a caution for Mark Frankhouser grouped the field back together.

On the restart, Swartzlander once again got the jump into the first turn, but this time ahead of Garrett Krummert. Krummert held second for two laps before Rex King, Jr. took over that position and then went to work on the leader, Swartzlander. On lap fifteen, King, Jr. was able to take the lead away from Swartzlander and led the next four laps before eighth place starter, Erick Rudolph took the lead away. The duo of Rudolph and King, Jr. battled for the top position several laps before Rudolph was able to gain a couple of car lengths cushion between the two.

With just two laps to go in the 35-lap event  Rodney Beltz brought out the caution flag which grouped the field together one more time. As per BRP Modified Tour rules, when a caution flies during the last five laps of the event, a single-file restart took place and Rudolph using the very bottom of the speedway was able to hold on for his second series win in 2022.

Rex King, Jr. held on for second ahead of tenth place starter, Brad Rapp who finished third. Fourth place went to Dave Murdick with Brian Swartzlander falling back to fifth. Heats were won by Erick Rudolph, Kyle Fink and Dave Murdick.

The next series event will take place on June 24th at the Ransomville Speedway in Ransomville, NY. Then over the Fourth of July weekend the BRP Modified Tour will visit Knox Raceway (formerly Sportsmans Speedway) on July 2nd and then the next night will travel to Tri City Raceway on July 3rd.

Feature Finish: Erick Rudolph, Rex King, Jr., Brad Rapp, Dave Murdick, Brian Swartzlander, Rick Regalski, Adam Hilton, Mike Kinney, Garrett Krummert, Chas Wolbert, Steve Slater, Tyler Willard, Kyle Fink, Mark Frankhouser, Mike Dougherty, Ray Bliss, Steve Barr, Shawn Kozar and Colton Walters.

The BRP Modified Tour racing series is a non-profit organization established to give Big Block Modifieds in the Western Pennsylvania/ Eastern Ohio area a chance to compete with one another for a higher purse structure and for a point fund for the scheduled events, started in 1998 by Tim Engles, Lon and Pam Baker and Randy Myers. The BRP Modified Tour has had great

success at bringing regional cars together at various speedways in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, West Virginia and Canada.

We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of our organization. Bicknell Racing Products, Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic, Sunoco Race Fuels/ Bazell Oil, King Brothers, McCool’s Signs and Graphics/Slippery Rock Sportswear, Mad Skins Race Car Bodies/Sunflowers of Sanborn, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Flynn’s Tire & Auto Centers,

Frankland Racing Supply, Hall’s Safety Equipment, McCandless Ford, Moore’s Auto Body,

MRO – Motor Racing Outreach/Team Green, Rockhouse Bar and Grill, Russ King Racing,

Steve’s Auto Body, Thermo Supply, Competition Carburetion, Eperthener Auto Wrecking,

GME Mfg., Racequip Safety Products, Rudolph Snow Plowing and Wrisco Aluminum.

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    BRP Modified Tour 25th Anniversary Season Opener in the Books at Lernerville Speedway

By: Pam Baker

5/20/2022………Marble, PA…. The start of the BRP Modified Tour’s 25th Anniversary Season Series event is now in the books. Even though the weather was unpredictable during the day the sun came out and provided the fans with some great racing action at Lenerville Speedway on Friday night. Erick Rudolph picked up the feature win after traveling all the way from New York.

Twenty-six cars were on hand for the event and Lernerville Speedway was gracious enough to let all the cars start the feature without having to run a B-Main. On the pole for the event was Colton Walters and Tom Glenn.

Tom Glenn sprinted into the lead just past the flagstand to lead lap one of the 35-lap event. Glenn only held that lead for two laps before Rex King, Jr. came charging to the front from his fourth place starting position. King, Jr. led through lap six and on lap seven, Fonthill, Ontario, Canada driver Tyler Willard took the lead away from King.,Jr. Willard held the lead until lap eleven when Ransomville, NY’s Erick Rudolph used the high side of the speedway to capture the lead.

A caution flag waved on lap twenty-eight for Jeremiah Shingledecker who had white smoke pouring out of the back of his machine. This grouped the field together for the restart with Rudolph in first and Rex King, Jr. hanging on for second. However, on lap thirty the caution flag waved once again for Tyler Willard. The final five laps found Rudolph leading the way and went on to pick up the win. Brian Swartzlander and Garrett Krummert swapped the lead for second a few times before Swartzlander was able to cross the finish line ahead of Krummert.

Erick Rudolph won the event that paid $2,500 to win with Swartzlander second. Krummert finished third with Rex King, Jr. fourth and Brad Rapp came home fifth after being pushed over the cushion on the backstretch on lap six bringing out the caution and having to restart at the tail.

Chas Wolbert rookie driver in the Big Block Modified division this year brought home sixth after starting twenty-fifth in the field. Another rookie driver this year Mike Kinney finished seventh with Rick Regalski eighth, Tom Glenn ninth and Steve Slater tenth.

The next event for the BRP Modified Tour will be at Hummingbird Speedway on Saturday, June 4th followed by the Tour group heading North on June 24th to Ransomville Speedway.

Finish: Erick Rudolph, Brian Swartzlander, Garrett Krummert, Rex King, Jr., Brad Rapp, Chas Wolbert, Mike Kinney, Rick Regalski, Tom Glenn, Steve Slater, Steve Feder, Shawn Fleeger, Rodney Beltz, Shawn Kozar, Mark Frankhouser, Kevin Green, Dave Murdick, Tyler Willard, JR McGinley, Jeremiah Shingledecker, Colton Walters, Andrew Smith, Steve Barr, Ray Bliss, Jim Rasey, Kevin Long

                                                                                      The BRP Modified Tour

                                                                              2022 Schedule

                                                           Events


Sat

APR 02

 Michaels Mercer Raceway, Mercer, PA. (Chiller Thriller) CANCELLED(No Makeup)


FRI

MAY 20

  Lernerville Speedway, Sarver, PA    (raindate-TBA)


Sat

JUN 04

Hummingbird Speedway, Reynoldsville, PA   (raindate AUG 06, 2022)


FRI

JUN 24

Ransomville Speedway, Ransomville, NY (raindate: July 22, 2022)


SAT

JUL 02

 Knox Raceway, Knox, PA           (Sid Unverzagt, Sr. Memorial Race)


SUN

JUL 03

 Tri City Raceway, Franklin, PA.         


Thur

JUL 14

  Expo Speedway (Trumbull County Fairgrounds) , Cortland, OH.


Sat

JUL 16


Hummingbird Speedway, Reynoldsville, PA        (raindate: August 06, 2022)

SAT

AUG 13

Michaels Mercer Raceway, Mercer,PA (Ralph Quarterson Memorial, Raindate: TBA)


SAT

SEPT 03

                      Sharon Speedway, Hartford, OH (Lou Blaney Memorial Race)


FRI

SEPT 09

 Michaels Mercer Raceway (Final points race of 2022 – raindate: September 10-11)


Sat

SEPT 10

THE BRP MODIFIED TOUR AWARDS BANQUET-        Michaels Mercer Raceway, Mercer, PA. (NOTE :new date, new time, new location) 12:00 noon

                                                   


SAT

SEPT 10

 Michaels Mercer Raceway, 25th Anniversary Weekend Showdown w/ Banquet


THURS-SAT

OCT 13-15 

                    Lernerville Speedway - Steel City Stampede Event

                 (raindate: October 16, 2022 - Non-point event for 2022)


*Schedule is tentative and subject to change*