Sadler-Stanley Racing Opens 2024 SMART Modified Tour Season With A Top-Five Finish

Sadler-Stanley Racing opened the 2024 season with the SMART Modified Tour powered by Pace-O-Matic on Saturday evening at Florence Motor Speedway.

With two drivers battling in the Peanut Patch 99 driving Pace-O-Matic sponsored Modifieds, the first race of the season included ups and downs for the southern Modified team.

Luke Baldwin posted the fastest lap in practice in his Tour-Type Modified debut in the No. 7VA, while Jonathan Cash was 7th in the only practice round of the day. As the South Carolina sun busted through the clouds, Baldwin posted the third fastest qualifying lap, and Cash the 14th.

Baldwin ran around the top-five for the duration of the race and ended with a top-five finish in fifth-place after 99 laps. Cash had some mid-race trouble running inside the top-10, had to pit, and finished 16th in the first race of the season.

Overall, the Sadler-Stanley Racing, Pace-O-Matic team had speed in their PSR Chassis Modifieds and everyone involved looks forward to the second race of the season next weekend at Caraway.

Sadler-Stanley Racing will return to the track next Sunday, March 10, for the second race of the SMART Modified Tour season. Baldwin, Cash and NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Bobby Labonte, a former SMART Modified Tour winner with the team, will drive entries for the team. The race will once again air live on FloRacing.TV.

For more information on team driver Jonathan Cash, fans should visit Jonathan Cash Racing on Facebook. For more information on team driver Luke Baldwin, visit him on Facebook and Instagram at Luke Baldwin Racing and also follow Tommy Baldwin Racing across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

For more information on Sadler-Stanley Racing, visit the all-new and follow the team on Facebook at SS Racing for the latest updates, including from the track on race day.

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