Last June, after six years away from the track, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour made a triumphant return to the Waterford Speedbowl with the running of the inaugural Mr Rooter 161 in tribute to Richie Evans.
And it was a promotion that made the event title sponsor proud. So much so that when the Whelen Modified Tour returns to the Waterford Speedbowl in 2013 the Mr. Rooter name will be right back there with them.
On June 22 the Whelen Modified Tour returns to Waterford to run the second Mr. Rooter 161 at the shoreline oval. Reigning Whelen Modified Tour champion Doug Coby is the defending champion of the event.
“We were thrilled with the excitement generated around the return of the Whelen Modified Tour to Waterford in 2012 and we can’t wait for another great event this year,” Mr. Rooter owner Vinny Beedle said. “It’s an honor to be part of the race.”
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