After a 12-0 vote of teams in attendance at the Renous Recreation Centre in Renous, New Brunswick on Thursday evening, it was motioned that Bryn Enterprises would oversee the promotional aspects of the Atlantic Modified Tour (AMT) in 2020.
Bryn Enterprises, comprised of Glyn and Brenda Nott, will handle such things as sponsorship, marketing, branding and financials when it comes to the New Brunswick based touring series. Further announcements from Bryn Enterprises will be forthcoming throughout the winter.
The Atlantic Modified Tour 2020 Annual General Meeting has been scheduled for Sunday, January 19th at 2pm at the Renous Recreation Centre. The meeting will cover all aspects of the Series, including building rules and race procedures. The annual vote for Executive and the Board of Directors positions for the Series is also expected to take place. All drivers and teams interested in competing in the 2020 AMT are urged to attend this meeting.
The Atlantic Modified Tour contested 11 races in 2019 at the three premiere oval tracks in the Province, Petty International Raceway, Speedway Miramichi and Speedway 660. Springhill, Nova Scotia’s Brandon Skidmore won his second tour title in a battle with Joe Hoyt at the Very Best Fall Shootout at Speedway Miramichi in October.