NASCAR K&N Pro series race. (AP Photo/Derik Hamilton)
LOUDON, N.H. -- New Hampshire Motor Speedway will hold a NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race, K&N Pro Series East race and a Pinty Series race in September 2018.
The track lost its second Cup race weekend in 2018. It was moved to Las Vegas.
NASCAR Pinty's Series, Canada's premier stock car division, will race outside Canada for the first time.
The weekend is tentatively scheduled for Sept. 21-22 of 2018.
BREAKING: Next September we're hosting a 250-lap Modified that will be joined by K&N East and the first ever Pintys Series race in the US! pic.twitter.com/vuPjn1jrIq
— NH Motor Speedway (@NHMS) September 22, 2017
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and NASCAR K&N Pro Series East have long been part of New Hampshire Motor Speedway, combining for more than 135 races since the track opened in 1990.
The Whelen Modified Tour will run a 264.5-mile feature (250 laps) next September, making it not only the longest mod race in the history of NHMS, but the longest race in the history of the tour, which dates back to 1984.