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Team: Mike Curb-98-WSMT
Age / DOB:  (24) / 10/25/1990

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Ryan Preece finished fifth in Sunday's NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Thompson (CT) Speedway Motorsports Park.
He started the No. 6 TS Haulers/East West Marine Chevrolet eighth in the lineup for the Icebreaker 150. He is currently fifth in the 2015 Whelen Modified Tour championship standings. Apr 13 - 11:19 PM

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Ryan Preece (No. 6 TS Haulers/Calverton Tree Farm Chevrolet) the 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion has 11 wins, 12 poles, 28 podiums, 48 top fives and 64 top 10s in 108 career NWMT starts.

Finished as the 2014 championship runner-up thanks to season-closing wins in the Stafford Fall Final and Thompson (CT) Speedway Motorsports Park World Series. Has a win, four poles, nine podiums, 16 top 10s and an average finish of 12th in 28 career Thompson starts. The 2012 and 2014 Thompson NWAAS track champion, where he has 14 career Sunoco Modified division wins. Won the modified division championship during the World Series of Asphalt Racing at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway in February and took the NWSMT checkered flag last week at South Boston (Va.) Speedway.
Apr 8 - 4:50 PM

Ryan Preece led the South Boston 150 at South Boston (VA) Speedway from start-to-finish en route to his second career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modifieds Tour victory, the majority of the time comfortably in the perch.

Two late-race cautions provided an extra challenge for the Berlin, Connecticut, native, but he was able to emerge ahead in both green-white-checkered flag restart attempts for the win. JR Bertuccio crossed the line second and was joined on the podium by Burt Myers while Eric Goodale and Danny Bohn finished fourth and fifth, respectively. Kyle Ebersole, David Calabrese, Trey Hutchens, Gary Putnam and Jason Myers brought home the top 10. Defending South Boston 150 winner and reigning tour champion Andy Seuss was involved in the first accident caution of the race and relegated to a 16th place finish, 57 laps down.
Apr 4 - 5:07 PM

Ryan Preece (No. 98 Curb Records/Menards Chevrolet) leads the first practice for the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour South Boston 150 at South Boston (VA) Speedway.

The 99.078 mph lap was the quickest of the 17 cars out on the track for the practice session. No. 5 Kyle Ebersole, No. 65 Danny Bohn, No. 28 George Brunnhoelzl III and No. 58 Eric Goodale are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No. 14 Trey Hutchens was the slowest.
Apr 4 - 11:09 AM

Ryan Preece (No. 98 Curb Records Chevrolet) the 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion and has 11 wins, 64 top 10s and 48 top-five finishes in 108 NWMT starts. He also has started from the pole 12 times.

Has a win and six top fives in 11 career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts. He has also won seven pole awards. This will be his first NWSMT start at South Boston (VA) Speedway and will be a teammate of Gary Putnam for car owner Mike Curb.
Apr 1 - 3:01 PM

Ryan Preece finishes third in Saturday night's NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour race at Caraway Speedway.

He started the No. 6 East West Marine, NAPA Chevrolet on the pole for the Charles Kepley Memorial 150. He led eight laps in the 154 lap event. He is currently seventh in the 2015 NWSMT point standings.
Mar 30 - 11:01 AM

Ryan Preece likes starting up front and racing in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour; he captured his seventh career Coors Light Pole Award in his 11th appearance on the tour during qualifying on Saturday.

He won his first career pole at Caraway Speedway with a fast lap time of 15.727 seconds (104.152 mph). The 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion was the final driver to make his qualifying attempt in the 19-car field and unseated second place Kyle Ebersole by .031 of a second as Ebersole finished with a fast lap at 15.756 seconds (103.960). JR Bertuccio was third with a fast lap around the .455-mile oval at 15.784 (103.776). Andy Seuss and George Brunnhoelzl III completed the top five. Burt Myers, Frank Fleming, Jason Myers, Gary Putnam and Spencer Davis completed the top 10.-NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour
Mar 28 - 7:23 PM

Ryan Preece finishes 14th in Sunday's NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour season-opening race at Caraway Speedway.

He started the No. 6 TS Haulers/Calverton Tree Farm/Hoosier Tire Chevrolet second in the lineup for the Spring Classic 150. He completed 122 of the 150 lap event. He opens the season 14th in the 2015 NWSMT point standings.
Mar 16 - 11:06 AM

Ryan Preece was fastest in both of the 20-minute NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour practice sessions at Caraway Speedway Sunday afternoon.

Preece registered times of 15.816 seconds (103.566 mph) and 15.560 seconds (105.270 mph) around the .455-mile semi-banked oval. Burt Myers (15.614 seconds/104.906 mph) and defending NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion Andy Seuss (15.644 seconds/104.705 mph) were second and third. The top-three drivers earned overall faster times than James Brunnhoelzl III’s qualifying time of 15.648 seconds (104.678 mph) from April 21, 2012. Eric Goodale (15.726 seconds/104.159 mph) and Coby (15.734 seconds/104.106 mph) rounded out the top-five. Bobby Measmer, Jr., Kyle Ebersole, Jason Myers, JR Bertuccio and Gary Putnam completed the top 10.-NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour
Mar 15 - 2:46 PM

Ryan Preece (No. 6 TS Haulers/Calverton Tree Chevrolet) leads the first practice for the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour season opening Spring Classic 150 at Caraway Speedway.

The 15.816 second lap was the quickest of the 17 cars out on the track for the practice session. No. 5 Kyle Ebersole, No. 1 Burt Myers, No. 58 Eric Goodale and No. 11 Andy Seuss are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No. 15 John Smith was the slowest.
Mar 15 - 12:45 PM

Ryan Preece (No. 6 TS Haulers/Calverton Tree Farm Chevrolet) has a win, five poles and five top fives in nine career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts. The win came at Bowman Gray in 2013.

The 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion has 11 wins, 12 poles, 29 podiums, 48 top fives and 64 top 10s in 108 career northern tour starts. He won three pole awards last season competing in the NWSMT with two coming at Langley, and he set a new track record during qualifying at Charlotte in October.
Mar 11 - 4:15 PM

Ryan Preece (Honorable Mention as Top Comeback Driver), the defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion, it was a comeback within the season itself.

Preece ranked sixth in the standings with no wins after 11 events, but rode to victory in both races to conclude the campaign, and what looked to be a lost season resulted in a championship runner-up. With the pair of victories, he became just the fifth driver in NWMT history to win both the Stafford Fall Final and Thompson World Series in the same season.-NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
Tue, Dec 30, 2014 12:10:00 PM

Tommy Baldwin Racing will field an entry in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Ryan Preece will jump into the No. 36 Chevrolet with sponsorship from Accell Construction.

In two previous Nationwide starts, Preece has top 25 finishes in both races. In his Nationwide debut (New Hampshire Motor Speedway, July 2013) Preece started 27th and finished in 24th position. Earlier this season, Preece started the Sta-Green 200 (New Hampshire Motor Speedway) in 22nd position and finished just inside the top 15, coming home with a 14th place finish.-140 BUZZ
Wed, Nov 12, 2014 08:13:00 PM

Ryan Preece announced today that he is leaving Flamingo Motorsports to join TS Haulers Racing for the 2015 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season.

The move for Preece ends a three-year stint with the Massachusetts-based Flamingo Motorsports No. 16 team that saw the pairing capture the 2013 Whelen Modified Tour title and finish as the championship runner-up in 2012 and 2014. The move comes fresh off of winning the final two races of 2014, including Sunday at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. The NASCAR Next driver from Berlin, Connecticut, now moves on to the Connecticut-based No. 6 TS Haulers Racing team that recently parted ways with Ron Silk.
Mon, Oct 20, 2014 08:50:00 PM

It was the worst finish of the season for Doug Coby. But in the end, it didn't matter, as the Milford, Connecticut driver lifted the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour trophy for the second time in three seasons Sunday.

The 35-year-old finished 17th and two laps down in the season finale Sunoco World Series 150 presented by Xtra Mart at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. The race was won by defending tour champion Ryan Preece. It was Coby and the No. 2 Dunleavy's Repair/HEX Performance/Fox Shocks Chevrolet team, though, who earned the big trophy on the strength of an outstanding season that included a win and nine top fives in 13 races. Coby, who finished second in points to Preece last year, kicked off 2014 with a win in the non-points UNOH Battle At The Beach at Daytona International Speedway. Preece led twice for a race-high 137 laps, including the final 73. A late caution pushed the race to 151 laps. It was Preece's first win at Thompson after four runner-up finishes at the .625-mile banked oval. Earlier in the day, Preece wrapped up the track's NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Sunoco Modified Division championship.
Sun, Oct 19, 2014 07:57:00 PM