Ryan Preece is heading home to New England for Sunday’s USA Today 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. The native of Berlin, Connecticut, has one win in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at the 1.058-mile oval, just a two-hour, 45-minute drive from his hometown. Preece has five NASCAR Cup Series starts at New Hampshire with a best finish of 16th, scored in August 2020 for JTG Daugherty Racing. He qualified 21st and finished 28th there in July 2023 in his first year with Stewart-Haas Racing.

Joining Ryan Preece and the No. 41 Ford Mustang Dark Horse at New Hampshire is Mohawk Northeast. This weekend marks Mohawk’s first race of 2024 as the primary partner on the No. 41 Ford Mustang Dark Horse.

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A longtime supporter of Preece, Mohawk is one of the premier heavy-civil contractors in the Northeast. The corporation has been providing the highest-quality construction services to a wide variety of clients. Specializing in heavy highway, railroad, movable and fixed bridges and marine construction, Mohawk has completed countless projects within industry safely, on time and within budget. Mohawk can self-perform all phases of construction, including electrical, mechanical, structural steel repair and erection, deep foundations, pier and bulkheads, fabrication and coating (AISC & SSPC Certified), and a wide range of marine services. With an extensive fleet of cranes, barges, offshore tugboats and many other pieces of heavy equipment, Mohawk is  well-established leader in heavy civil construction. Clients include the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, USACE, General Dynamics – Electric Boat, Connecticut DOT, Massachusetts DOT, New York DOT, Metro North Railroad, Amtrak, and various private sector clients.

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