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7/1 - VMRS NHMS
   COBY LOOKS TO ADD TO OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY WIN TALLY
Doug Coby of Milford, CT, the defending race winner, will head to the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) season opener at Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday with a vengeance. Coby is not only looking to defend his title and pocket the $10K winner’s share but also for his first win of the 2017 season. And, Coby’s chances on Wednesday are pretty favorable. He has three wins in just six starts at Open Wheel Wednesday. This, of course, should not come as any surprise as Coby is a four-time and defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (WMT) champion. Coby is one of only two drivers to win multiple Open Wheel Wednesday Modified events at Seekonk; joining Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA (who has two). “Seekonk was always..."....Full Story
   NOCELLA VISITS SPEEDBOWL VICTORY LANE FOR THIRD VMRS WIN
Anthony Nocella, of Woburn, MA, started 18th in a 20-car field, worked his way to the lead on lap-72, and went on to win his third Valenti Modified Racing Series victory and his first in a modified race car at the historic New London-Waterford Speedbowl, in Waterford Connecticut. The series point leader registered his 9th VMRS win tying him with Steve Masse on the all-time win list. Pole sitter Todd Annarummo led the opening 13-laps before Keith Rocco grabbed the lead and held it through lap-55. 19-time series winner Les Hinckley Jr started 19th and worked his way to the front not once, but twice, in the 100-lap event. Hinckley led laps 57 through 67 before Jeffrey Gallup wrestled the lead away and held the point through the 71st circuit....Full Story
   SOLOMITO REPEATS AT RIVERHEAD
Six races into the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, and Timmy Solomito is looking every bit the driver to beat for the championship. After his breakout four-win campaign in 2016, Solomito has had an even better encore. Saturday, the Islip, New York, driver returned to his home track of Riverhead Raceway and picked up his third win of the season. He held off David Sapienza on an overtime finish to take the Buzz Chew Chevrolet-Cadillac 200. The Coors Light Pole Award winner, Solomito held serve for his seventh career victory. He also won this event last year. His No. 16 Starrett Tools Ford led three times for a race-high 151 laps, including the final 102 as a caution on Lap 196 pushed the race to 208 laps. The runner-up was a career-best for Sapienza....Full Story
   UPON FURTHER REVIEW by Rev. Don Rivers
I remember the words of Paul Harvey “and now, the rest of the story.” What we see, observe and understand does not reveal the entire story. Our perception is not always accurate. We see things through our own set of parameters and that doesn’t mean we always see the truth. How do you see things? Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We all see the events unfold on the race track. We all are focused on what is happening. The race officials watch intently but there are times they don’t see everything. To reconstruct what actually happened takes input from many sources. The use of video has become a go to source for the final decision. I have been an eyewitness to an accident. I participated in the reconstruction of....Full Story
   LOOKING BACK A BIT: 06/23/17 with Phil Smith
Sixty five years ago in 1952 Wes Kingsley was the 25 lap Sportsman winner at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. Everett Harris was the Claiming Car winner.
Sixty years ago in 1957, Red Bolduc, who normally raced at the Norwood Arena, ventured to Connecticut where he won the 25 lap Sportsman feature at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. Dick Beauregard was the non-Ford winner. At the Islip Speedway, Johnny Rocco took the win over Johnny Coy. Harry Hebbenstreit, who in later years would serve as the General Manager of the Albany-Saratoga Speedway, finished third.
Fifty five years ago in 1962, Bill Slater made it two in a row....Full Story
 

In Loving Memory Of Howie

   HOWARD "HOWIE" ARTHUR HODGE prepared by Polly Reid
Saturday afternoon on January 28, 2017, Howard ‘Howie’ Arthur Hodge passed away at the St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, CT. Surrounded by family at the time of his passing, Howard was 77 years old.
Born on August 31, 1939 at the Hartford Hospital, Howard was the second of three children to Dorothy (Hoadley) and Leon Hodge.
His first few years were spent in Glastonbury, CT before the Hodge family moved to East Hartford where Howard went to school graduating from the East Hartford High School in 1957.
Growing up, Howard had a paper route for ‘quite a few years’. The pile of papers would be left on the front lawn and Howard would be responsible for folding them, putting them in the big cloth bag then ride around the neighborhood delivering the Hartford Times. His sister Lois fondly remembers his bicycle that ‘he fixed up until it was like a motorcycle’ complete with a windshield, skirts....Full Story
A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
by Rev. Don Rivers
 

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