LANCASTER, N.H. – After 150 laps in Western New York, Doug Coby drove the Mayhew Tools, Tommy Baldwin Racing No. 7NY to a seventh-place finish on Saturday night at Lancaster Motorplex. In the Nu-Way Auto Parts 150, Coby ran in and around the top-five for the entirety of the race.
A caution flag just after halfway brought the field to pit road for adjustments, and the team sent Coby back on the track looking to gain ground towards another win. However, it wasn’t in the cards on Saturday. Coby challenged Matt Hirschman for third, gave up the spot, and looked to be in good position to run fourth until a late caution.
On the restart, Coby was racing hard on the outside lane when two other cars in front of him tangled, and he fell back to seventh, where he would finish.
Doug Coby will return to the track with Tommy Baldwin Racing for the next NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Wednesday, August 16. The main event will air live on FloRacing.TV.
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ABOUT MAYHEW TOOLS
Founded in 1856, Mayhew Tools is the oldest punch and chisel manufacturer in the United States, growing their extensive professional grade, American made product line to include pry bars, pneumatics, cable ties, and more. In 2020, the company extended their product line to include a complete line of dual drive and socket bits and sets. Serving the Industrial, Automotive, Hardware, and Construction industries, Mayhew’s premium hand tools are sold globally through an extensive distributor network. For more information, contact Mayhew Tools at 800.872.0037 or visit Mayhew.com.
ABOUT DOUG COBY
Racing for more than 25 years, Doug Coby is a six-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion and one of the top short-track drivers to come from the state of Connecticut. Coby is a two-time champion at Stafford Motor Speedway, where he built his resume competing in the Late Models, Pro Stocks and SK Modifieds. Coby won his first tour championship in 2012, and followed it up by scoring four straight titles between 2014-2017, and another in 2019. In 2020, Coby opened his own team — Doug Coby Racing — scoring his first win as owner/driver. In 2021, Coby won the inaugural Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) event at Stafford Motor Speedway, besting top drivers from across a variety of racing disciplines, including Tony Stewart, Bill Elliott and Helio Castroneves. He also made his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut in 2021 with GMS Racing at Bristol Motor Speedway. In 2022, Coby won three races with Tommy Baldwin Racing as part of a part-time effort on the Whelen Modified Tour. In 2023, he will pilot the No. 7NY for Tommy Baldwin Racing full-time on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to chase a seventh title.
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