Special from Speed51.com– It’s been more than 5 years because the Modifieds of Mayhem roared around Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. That dry spell will end Saturday, as the open-wheel collection returns to the Songs City for a 50-lap attribute.
The collection last saw Nashville on May 7, 2016, when Jeff Letson took the checkered flag for the second of 4 victories during his 2016 championship season. An additional solid group of Modified racers will certainly be at the Nashville Fairgrounds on Saturday as the tour makes its triumphant go back to the historical 5/8-mile.
The champion battle is a limited one for the collection after three races, with Johnny Pedestrian, Bill Burba and also Kevin Peel. Pedestrian won the series’ second race of the period at Crisp Motorsports Park in April, while Burba has a pair of top-five surfaces, consisting of a runner-up proving in the season-opening Hunt for the Bear 57 at Montgomery Electric Motor Speedway.
Augie Grill, the victor of that race at Montgomery, is also on the list of entrances for Saturday’s race at Nashville. The Hunt for the Bear win was Grill’s 12th with the Modifieds of Mayhem, greater than any other vehicle driver in series background.
There will be a lot of various other Modified standouts in the field as well. Ricky Moxley, Johnny Brazier, Doug Moff and also Brandon Curren will be among the entrants in Saturday’s race.
Seven departments of regional racing will certainly join the Modifieds of Trouble on Saturday’s card at Nashville. The Super Trucks will also race on the “huge track” at Nashville before the Modifieds of Chaos function. Prior to that, quarter-mile auto racing will include the Bandoleros, Front Runners, Street Stocks, Legends, Pure Stocks and Minimal Late Models.