Friday, October 7, 2016

Pro Modifieds return to top billing at Holland for 2017

credit: Holland International Speedway
Holland Speedway has announced the return of the Pro Modifieds as the top NASCAR division. With great support throughout this past season on special modified event nights, the decision was made to bring the division back for 2017. The Division I Pro Modifieds will be competing for a season ending points fund of $10,000 in addition to their weekly purses.

Opening night of the 2017 season at the Holland Speedway will be Saturday, May 13, with Crash A Rama events scheduled for June 10 and September 9, the Race of Champions Modified Tour 100 on July 22, and the classic George Decker Memorial on July 29. Season championships and the perennial Bud 100 are set for September 2.

While the final details on the upcoming season’s schedule and dates continue to be sorted out, the excitement for the return of the Pro Modified division is clear. The post season recap also gives management a great opportunity to thank fans and drivers alike for a tremendous racing season in 2016.

“This year was full of great racing action, exciting new sponsorships and local corporate partnership, and true fan passion,” said Track General Manager Tim Bennett. “Congratulations to all our Track Champions this season, we’re looking forward to honoring all of you at our November 11 Banquet, and we truly cannot wait to have you back for our 58th year in the spring”.

The track is also proud to announce a new 6-Cylinder division for 2017; the Talking Phonebook Super Six’s will debut next May. 

Stay tuned to the Holland Speedway website and social media pages for more details on the 2017 schedule.

Quotes in this piece provided by Holland Speedway.

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