Modified fans everywhere can follow all the race action from New Hampshire Motor Speedway June 27, as NASCAR has announced that play-by-play audio for the New England 100 will be streamed live on www.nascarhometracks.com, the official site for NASCAR's touring and weekly series.

The "Carey & Coffey Show," which airs on Sunday's from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and streams live at www.careyandcoffey.com, is a NASCAR talk show that regularly features NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour topics and often has drivers from the Tour as guests.

Matt Carey and Jay Coffey, hosts of the "Carey & Coffey Show," and Kyle Rickey will handle the broadcast of the New England 100 on Saturday, June 27 in Loudon, N.H.

Rickey, a Connecticut native now living in Charlotte, N.C., works for Motor Racing Networks as a pit-road and Turn reporter for all three NASCAR national series. He is also the host and producer for NASCAR Today Midday on MRN. Rickey got his start covering Modifieds as race announcer at Thompson (Conn.) International Speedway (1998-2007) and Stafford (Conn.) Motor Speedway (1999-2004).

In addition to the online coverage, fans will be able to tune into the New England 100 on ESPN Radio 940 WINE or 1510 WPUT, the flagship stations of the "Carey & Coffey Show."

The New England 100, which produced the closest race in NASCAR history last year when Chuck Hossfeld edged Ted Christopher by 0.001 seconds, is set to take the green flag at 1 p.m. on June 27. The live broadcast will begin with pre-race at 12:30 p.m. and conclude with the post-race press conference live from the Jack Ratta Media Center.

The New England 100 will be the fourth race on the 2009 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule, and the first of two dates for the Tour at New Hampshire. For event and ticket information, please visit New Hampshire's official Web site, www.nhms.com.