Welcome to Vintage Modified!

Modified racing is one of the oldest types of racing in the US, dating back to the days of the post-World War II coupes. Modified racing began as race drivers modified their cars to gain a competitive advantage over their fellow competitors. What started out as minor modifications to the cars has now grown to the point that some modified classes are no longer based on any current production vehicles. NASCAR was instrumental in modified racing's beginnings. Some of NASCAR's pioneers were veteran modified racers long before NASCAR's inception in 1949.

So Many Wonderful Times

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Vintage Modified racing families and friends are some of the best people you could ever know. A close knit group of people.  The memories they’ve made together will forever be cherished. Cheers to all of the Good Times, Bad Times, Heated Times and Times Filled with Love and Laughter.




A Five Year Ago Memory

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Here is a wonderful video that was made five years ago. Such wonderful friends, family and racing teams. This video shows our many sponsors. Without them, we couldn’t race. Feel free to contact any of them for services and say where you found their information.  Enjoy.

Thought this was a cute way to do this. Maybe we can play it at the banquet.

Posted by Vintage Modified Racing Association on Saturday, October 3, 2015

Evergreen Speedway August 29, 2020

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Steve Woods 22-car took first place in the Main Event and first place in the A-Heat race.  Another great evening for the 22-team.
George Chandler in the 24- car took second place in the Main Event.  It was a great win for George, the computation was fast and furious.  It was a nail biting event up to the checkered flag.
Mike Clother in the 7-car took home the third place trophy in the Main Event, going back and forth between second and third it was a challenge up-to-the last corner turning into turn 4.
Brian Cottrell driving the #1 car took first place in B-Heat race. Which was very exciting, this was his first time racing with Vintage Modified. Brian and his team will be a great addition to the Vintage Modifies teams and families.
Thank you to all of the teams that showed up to support the last race of the season.  Steve and Rhonda Lundquist #5 car; Robert and Micki Rux #88 car; Vern and Vada Huson #77 car; Dominic Hunter #18 car; Rick Villyard #2 car and Craig and Eileen Forney #27 car 

Do You Remember When….

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Vintage Modified have been a wonderful group of men, women and children supporting our club.  Our fans have always been 100% supportive. But let’s not forget our past sponsors. So with that said…

Thank You to our 2019 Sponsors

We have been so fortunate to have such great support to our club. Please take the time to review our 2019 sponsors. If you have not used any of the services of our sponsors, take the time to get familiar with them. If you should at anytime use any of their services, please thank them for their continued support to Vintage Modified Racing Association.

Bath Fitter – Jeremy Nichols – Sales Consultant – 253/278-2047  or eMail at jnichols@bocabathsystems.com

Big Mountain Web Design – 866/910-1070 – http://bigmountainmail.com

Charles Schwab – Shane Conway – Financial Consultant – 253/274-9996 – https://client.schwab.com

Delta Camshaft – 253/383-4152

Evergreen Speedway – Monroe, WA – www.EvergreenSpeedway.com

Grays Harbor Raceway – Elma, WA – www.graysharborraceway.com

IKE’S Auto Repair – Centralia, WA – 360/870-5146

Jim Jones Trucking

Northwest Concrete Cutting – Vince Conwell – 253/852-6231 – www.northwestconcretecutting.com

Pizza Time – Puyallup, WA – 253/841-9515

Stream-Line Auto Body – Tacoma, WA – 253/376-1917

Tony Russell Insurance – Erin Nichols – 360/900-9667 – or Email at erin@tonyrussellinsurance.com – www.tonyrussellinsurnace.com

Wenatchee Valley Super Oval – www.WVSO.com

Now about our amazing teams. Enjoy these photos from, “Back in the Day”.












Evergreen Speedway August 1st

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What a fun day at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe.  A good turn out of 8-cars. We had an 8-lap Heat Race and a 20-lap Main Event.  The Heat race had a couple of cautions, but a great finish with the 22-car taking 1st, 47-car taking 2nd and the 5-car taking 3rd.  The Main Event went without any mishaps and the 22-car taking 1st, 47-car taking 2nd and the 27-car taking 3rd.

Steve Woods-22-car and his team with his first place Main Event trophy.  What a great day for Steve Woods, and his Crew Chief: John woods and Crew: Lamora Woods, Becca Woods. Ryan Gillespie, Jesse Gillespie, and the little one is Carson Woods.  Congratulations Steve and his 22-team!


Ken Kaltschmidt-47-car and pit crew Jim Shaw took 2nd place in the Main Event. What a great day of racing for the 47-team. Congratulations Ken and Jim.

Craig Forney-27-car and pit crew Eileen Forney and Skip Markham took home the 3rd place Main Event trophy.  Congratulations Craig, Eileen and Skip.


As people walk through the pits, admiring all of the cars, a couple up-and-coming race car fans stop by the 88-teams pit. These young lads were with their dad, all the way from Montana.  Say ‘Hello’ to Connor and Skylar.


Taking a stroll through the pits, seeing everyone together and enjoying the day; anticipating hitting the track, it felt good seeing everyones joy filled faces.  Interesting cars, interesting decals and interesting writings on the cars, taking time to appreciate the personalities on the cars.



I have to admit that I truly appreciated #1-car Chris Cook’s pit crew.  Let me introduce Chris’ pit crew, Colby and Brianna.


The line-up, anticipating the green light to hit the track. It is very hot outside. Sitting in the cars sweating and getting their heads in the race. The time seems to just drag on while they wait the few minutes for the class ahead of them to finish their last lap.


It was hard capturing great photos of the cars on the track.  So here’s a brief look as they were flying past me on the back stretch heading to turn-4.