July 26, 2013
Sixty years ago in
1953, Red Foote was the Wednesday night Sportsman winner at the
New London-Waterford Speedbowl. Ray Legary was the non-Ford winner. Saturday
night winners at the Speedbowl were Ray Delisle in the Sportsman and Bud
Matter in the non-Fords.
Fifty five years ago in 1958,
Red Foote was the Wednesday night Modified winner at the New
London-Waterford Speedbowl. Sam Mazzella was the non-Ford winner. Wild Bill
Slater, who had recently taken over the driving chores of the Bombacci -
Vitarri Connecticut Valley Rocket V-8 recorded his first win, a 50 lapper.
Ted Stack was the non-Ford winner.
Fifty years ago in 1963 Area
Auto Racing News reported that Eddie Flemke recorded another win at Old
Bridge Speedway in New Jersey. Dick Watson was the 25 lap Modified winner at
the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. Jerry Dostie was the Bomber winner.
Ernie Gahan won on the dirt at the Stafford Springs Speedway.
Forty five years ago in 1968,
the Lee Raceway ran an open competition modified event. Leo Cleary, one of
the top guns at the Norwood Arena took the win driving the Joe Brady No.41.
Stafford cancelled because of rain, early on Friday, allowing competitors
ample time to get to the Albany-Saratoga Speedway. Cleary made the trip
worth while as he took the 30-lap win over Bugsy Stevens, Eddie Flemke,
Jerry Cook and Dave Kotary. Cleary tried to carry his winning ways over to
Norwood but his efforts fell short as Johnny Thompson in his Ford powered
No.122 took the win. Fonda ran a 50 lapper with Lou Lazzaro taking the win
over Jerry Cook and Eddie Pieniezek. Walt Dombrowski was the Modified
feature winner at the Waterford Speedbowl. Ron Gilbert was the Daredevil
winner. Don MacTavish, in the Wright-Zauntner No.24 that had been vacated by
Kenny Shoemaker took the win at Thompson on Sunday night. At Utica-Rome,
Richie Evans ruled the roost as he beat out Dave Lape for the win. Sonny
Seamon, Robbie Kotary and Rene Charland rounded out the top five. Leo Cleary
used his time at Malta to good advantage as he came back on the following
Tuesday to win the All Star League 100. Fred DeSarro finished second and was
followed by Jerry Cook, Don MacTavish and Bugsy Stevens.
Forty years ago in 1973,
Albany-Saratoga started the weekend off with a 30 lapper. Jerry Cook took
the win. Denis Giroux finished second with Bugsy Stevens, third. Double
points were up for grabs at Stafford on Saturday and Bugsy Stevens was there
to take the top spot. Ronnie Bouchard finished second and was followed by
Fred DeSarro and Bobby Santos. Maynard Troyer went two for two as he won at
Tioga on Saturday and Utica-Rome on Sunday. Charlie Jarzombek cleaned house
at Islip as he beat out Jim Hendrickson, Richie Evans and Jerry Cook. Dick
Dunn in the Al and Peg Gaudreau No.3 scored a one-two punch at the Waterford
Speedbowl as he won a 100 lap Open Competition event on Wednesday and backed
it up with a 30 lap Modified win on Saturday night. Big Mike Daignault was
the Grand American Late Model winner on Saturday at the Connecticut
shoreline oval. Monadnock ran a 100 lapper on Sunday with Bobby Santos
taking the win over Brian Ross and Ray Miller.
Thirty five years ago in 1978,
Geoff Bodine continued his domination of the Yankee All Star League as he
won the Wednesday night 100 lapper at Seekonk. George Summers finished
second with Fred DeSarro, third. Maynard Troyer had a grand slam as he went
four for four as he won at Lancaster on Wednesday, Spencer on Friday,
Lancaster again on Saturday and Utica-Rome on Sunday. A 100 lapper scheduled
for Stafford on Friday was rained out but the skies stayed clear at
Monadnock where Punky Caron took the win. Rain washed out Waterford and
Riverhead on Saturday but at Seekonk, Traveling Man, Pete Fiandaca held off
Geoff Bodine and Ron Bouchard for the win. At Riverside it was Stan Greger
and on Sunday at Thompson, it rained.
Thirty years ago in 1983,Thompson
ran a Thompson 300 qualifier on Wednesday. Greg Sacks blew away the
competition. Richie Evans and Bugsy Stevens followed. Friday at Stafford,
Brett Bodine beat out Greg Sacks and Jeff Fuller. Spencer ran a 100 lapper
with Richie Evans taking the win over George Kent and Mike McLaughlin.
Saturday at Oswego it was Evans again with Brian Ross, a close second. Stan
Greger got his sixth win of the season at Riverside and Eddie StAngelo won a
100 lapper at Seekonk. Jan Leaty won twin events at Tioga. At Thompson, on
Sunday, it rained. Other weekend winners included Fred Harbach at Riverhead,
John Blewett jr. at New Egypt and Roger Treichler at Lancaster. In Winston
Cup action at Talladega, Cale Yarborough set a new pole qualifying record of
201.774mph but Dale Earnhardt took the win.
Twenty five years ago in 1988,
Riverhead hosted the mod tour series on Wednesday for a 201-lap event. Bob
Park took the win over Reggie Ruggiero and Wayne Anderson. Ruggiero got his
sixth of the season at Monadnock on Friday and at Stafford, Ted Christopher
and Jerry Pearl finished one-two. Waterford ran twin features on Saturday
night with Ricky Young and John Anderson sharing victory lane. Jerry Marquis
won at Riverside and Dan Jivanelli won at Riverhead. Oswego hosted the
Modifieds and it was Mike McLaughlin taking the win.
Twenty years ago, in 1993, the
Mod Tour Series visited Holland on Thursday. The event, with a lean $39,325
purse only drew 23 cars. Jeff Fuller took the win with his brother Rick,
second. On Friday, Stafford canceled after 20 laps because of fog. At
Waterford on Saturday, David Gada beat out Jim Broderick and Bob Potter for
the win and at Riverhead; Dan Jivanelli scored a victory over Ed
Brunnhoelzl. During the running of the tracks figure eight division feature,
driver Bill Batsche lost control of his car and smashed into the fourth turn
wall. Several officials, who perhaps were standing where they shouldn't have
been, were injured. Track co-promoter, Barbara Cromarty suffered eight
broken ribs and two broken legs. At Riverside, Jerry Marquis held off Chris
Kopec for the win.
Fifteen years ago, in 1998, the
Modified Tour Series ran at Thompson on Wednesday night. Mike Stefanik
scored his 9th win of the season after taking the lead from Ed Flemke Jr. on
lap 67 of the 150-lap event. Tim Connolly finished second and was followed
by Chris Kopec and Tony Ferrante Jr. Scott Quinn was the SK modified winner.
Mike Christopher scored his third win of the season at Stafford on Friday
night. At Waterford on Saturday, Dennis Gada scored his fourth win and in
the late Models, Alan Coates got his eighth win of the season. At Riverside,
Ed Spiers held off Bob Polverari for the win. The mods and Busch North
divisions were at Loudon on Sunday. Stefanik made it ten for the season,
taking the lead from Reggie Ruggiero on the final lap. Jan Leaty suffered a
fractured skull in a crash during warm-ups when his left rear tire went down
and he hit the wall, very hard. Dale Shaw was the BGNN winner. At the
Winston Cup Brickyard 400, Jeff Gordon won the event plus the No-Bull
$1million bonus. Dale Jarrett was by far the fastest before running out of
gas and losing four laps. Jarrett made them up but ran out of time. Mark
Martin finished second.
Ten years ago in 2003 The
NASCAR Featherlite Modified Tour Series was at the Riverhead raceway on Long
Island on Saturday night. Donnie Lia, a native Long Islander and rookie
contender on the tour scored his first tour series win on home turf. Lia
started on the pole and with the exception of laps 43 through 46 led every
lap of the 200-lap contest. Frank Vigliarolo caught Lia on a re-start but
his position at the point didn’t last as Lia powered by in short order.
Riverhead regular Chuck Steuer was the Busch Pole sitter and drew a seventh
starting spot. Steuer ended his night in 19th spot as a result of a
defective tire. Ted Christopher finished second, over two seconds behind the
leader. Howie Brode, another Riverhead regular, finished third. Attrition
was extremely high as only six finished on the lead lap. Vigliarolo finished
fourth and was followed by Jamie Tomaino and Chuck Hossfeld. Rounding out
the top ten were Jerry Marquis, John Blewett III and Jimmie Broderick, one
lap down, and Wayne Anderson, three laps down. Eight caution periods for 61
laps kept the average speed of the race at 36.526 mph. Series point leader
Todd Szegedy lost a little ground in his quest for the series title as he
finished 15th, 20 laps down. Lia's share of the $64,175 purse was $5,700. In
Thursday night Thunder action at Thompson, Kerry Malone went pole to pole to
record his first win in quite a while. Bert Marvin finished second and was
followed by Bob Santos III, Bo Gunning, Ron Yuhas Jr., Eric Berndt, Jeff
Malave and Todd Ceravolo. Jim Broderick relieved Malave mid-race Malave was
recuperating from broken bones in his hand. David Berghman was the Pro Stock
winner. Other winners included Charles Bailey in the Late Models, Shawn
Monahan in the Limited Sportsman and Rod Rixham in the Mini-Stocks. Rain
played havoc at the Stafford Speedway. Heavy showers in the Connecticut area
forced speedway officials to pull the plug on the night’s activities. At the
Waterford Speedbowl on Saturday night, Dennis Gada made up for lost ground
as he out-ran Ed Reed Jr. to take the win in the 35 lap SK-Modified main
event. Jeff Pearl finished third. The NEMA Midgets were on hand for the
annual Boston Louie Memorial event. Joey Paine Jr. was awarded the win after
apparent winner Randy Cabral was found to have been too wide, about an inch
in wheelbase. This is the third time this has happened during the year in
the NEMA ranks. Bruce Thomas Jr. was the Late Model winner. Charlie
Pasteryak was the Legends Car winner and Jim Procaccini was the limited
Sportsman winner. Kelly Moore took the win in the Busch North Series event
at Seekonk In Winston Cup action in the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis
Motor Speedway; Kevin Harvick took the win over Matt Kenseth and Jamie
McMurray. Brian Vickers was the winner of the Busch Racing Series event at
Indianapolis Raceway Park.
Five years ago in 2008, The
third event of the four race WaterSnoGo Modified Showdown took place on
Saturday, July 26 at the All-Star Speedway in Epping, NH. With no other
major Modified event scheduled for the weekend, a large number of entries
were received for the prestigious event. The race was 125 green flag laps in
length, paying $5,000 to the winner. Matt Hirschman won his fourth race in a
row after he led the race from start to finish. Jon McKennedy finished
second and was followed by Chris Pasteryak, Jimmy Kuhn, Jr and Ryan Preece.
Sixth through tenth were Ken Barry, Mike Ordway Jr., Jimmy Blewett, Ronnie
Silk and Mike Stefanik.
The Thompson Speedway’s Thursday Night Thunder program was
cancelled as heavy rains and severe thunderstorms caused the management of
the Thompson International Speedway to pull the plug as the speedway complex
was all but flooded out.
The Whelen All-American Series NASCAR race event at Stafford Motor
Speedway featured the 5th Annual CARQUEST SK 150. Woody Pitkat scored the
$4,000 winner's check by coming back from a flat tire, which put him two
laps down at one point with a late race pass for the win. Joe Rzeszutek
wired the field in the 30-lap Late Model feature for his first win of the
2008 season, Harry Wheeler became a first-time career winner in the 20-lap
SK Light Modified feature, Andrew Durand nailed down his second feature
victory of the 2008 season in the 20-lap Limited Late Model feature, and
Jeff Jolly scored his first win of the 2008 season in the 15-lap DARE Stock
In the 150-lap SK Modified feature event, Todd Owen took the lead
from the pole and led the first 9 laps before giving way to Chris Jones on
lap-16. Jones led to lap-27 when Frank Ruocco took over the lead. Ruocco
then led to lap-54 when Keith Rocco took the lead on a restart, but Ruocco
would retake the lead on lap-56. Ruocco remained out front until lap-93 when
Ronnie Silk moved to the point. Silk then held the lead up to lap-102 when
Ruocco went back out front. Ruocco held the race lead until Silk beat Ruocco
back to the start/finish line on lap-124 with the caution coming out one lap
Silk held the point through lap-138. On a restart on lap-139, Rocco
charged into the lead with a great move in turn 3, but a determined Silk
moved back to the point several laps later on lap-141. Woody Pitkat, who had
earlier spun with a flat tire and lost two laps, gained his two laps back
with lucky dog awards and was now in the thick of the mix for the race lead
and the battle for the win. Pitkat moved to second on lap-142 and he took
the race lead for the first time on lap-143. Ruocco got back to second, but
it was too late for him to catch Pitkat, who took down his third feature
victory of the 2008 season. Ruocco came home second, with Rocco, Kenny
Horton, and Jeff Malave rounding out the top-5. Pre-race favorite Ted
Christopher, who was celebrating his fiftieth birthday, finished 23rd.
At the Waterford Speedbowl Doug Coby and Tyler Chadwick won the
Town Fair Tire Night twin 35-lap SK Modified features. Other feature winners
were Tim Jordan (Late Model), Al Stone III (Sportsman), Ben Bargnesi (Mini
Stock), and Max Zachem (Legends).
In the first of two 35-lap SK Modified features, pole-sitter Doug
Coby battled with Jeff Paul during the opening stages. Upon a restart with
fifteen circuits remaining the leader faltered, causing a chain-reaction
that damaged several top cars, most able to return after going pitside.
Entering the midway point, it was again Coby and Paul, with Rob Janovic Jr.
closing quickly. During the final laps, Coby took total command.
Rounding-out the top-5 was Paul, Janovic, Jeff Pearl, and Shawn Monahan.
Starting from the pole, young Tyler Chadwick led the entire measure of the
caution-filled SK Modified nightcap to snare his first-ever victory. Not an
easy feat, he held-off the advances of some of the Speedbowl’s best
including Doug Coby, Jeff Paul, and defending champion Dennis Gada during
several tense late-race restarts. Following the winner was Paul, Coby, Gada,
and Jeff Pearl.
The foreclosure issues at the shoreline oval were once again in the
news. Somewhere in the neighborhood of around $22,000 in property taxes had
not been paid. Rocco Arbitell who holds the mortgage on the Speedbowl
property said it’s the responsibility of Terry Eames. Eames claims it’s the
responsibility of track operator Jerry Robinson The issue had become a war
of words between the two. The outcome would be decided in court at a future
Kyle Busch led all but three laps Saturday night to win the Kroger
200, his sixth NASCAR Nationwide Series victory of the season. Busch's win
was Toyota's 15th in 22 Nationwide races, but the first event since NASCAR's
mandate Wednesday to cut down the horsepower in Series engines knocked 15
horsepower out of Toyota's engines. NASCAR changed the parameters after
rival teams complained, even though Toyota was within the rules. Busch also
won the event at O'Reilly Raceway Park in 2004. Polesitter Colin Braun
finished second Saturday, and Mike Bliss moved up from 17th to finish third.
Jimmie Johnson celebrated his second Sprint Cup victory at
Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a burnout. Appropriately, one of his tires
exploded. He was lucky he made it that long Sunday. Tire troubles derailed
the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard when Goodyear's product wasn't durable
enough to withstand more than 10 or so laps at a time. It created a chaotic
and confusing caution-filled race that ended when Johnson outran Carl
Edwards in a seven-lap sprint to the finish. Goodyear and NASCAR were left
to explain why the 400-mile race became a debacle. The tire issue cropped up
Saturday, when drivers learned during the first practice they could only
last three to 10 laps before the rubber wore down to the cords. NASCAR and
Goodyear hoped the conditions would improve as it has in years past, once
enough rubber was laid on the track. But the first-time use of the Car of
Tomorrow prevented any improvement. The lack of downforce on the car,
combined with a higher center of gravity, created conditions that made it
very hard on the right side tires. There were 11 yellow flags, and NASCAR
had to throw six competition cautions to force teams to pit and change
tires. It meant the longest green-flag run was an embarrassing 12 laps,
causing teams to fear both tire failures and a possible supply shortage.
Johnson fretted the final two stops, unsure what the right strategy would
be. He took two tires on his final stop to emerge from pit road as the
leader, then held off Edwards and Denny Hamlin over a final seven-lap green
flag run to the finish line. Sprint Cup points leader Kyle Busch finished
15th. Busch was coming off a win Saturday night in the Nationwide Series
Kroger 200 in Clermont, Ind. The win gave Toyota its 15th victory in 22
Nationwide races this season. It was Busch's 15th win of the season spanning
NASCAR's three series, breaking the record of 14 set by Kevin Harvick in
Last year, 2011, The Riverhead
200, which would have been the seventh of 14 events on the 2012 Whelen
Modified Tour schedule, will now be contested on Saturday, Sept. 15.
The recent firestorm created by the use of the "Spec" engine at
Loudon has prompted NASCAR to state their case. That main point of concern
centered mostly on the SPEC engine as a means to an end for the Tour. Chief
among competitors' complaints with the engine was that it is not as durable
as traditional “built” or “open” motors, that cars that opted to use the
NASCAR-approved engine would be given performance breaks, and perhaps at the
top of the list, NASCAR would make built motors obsolete by quickly
mandating the spec engine's use.
According to NASCAR Competition Administrator Jerry Cook, that
couldn't be further from the truth. In an official statement Cook said "We
will NOT mandate the SPEC engine". He added, “Teams could still build their
own engine, that's never been an issue. The SPEC engine is an option, but
they don't have to do it. They don't have to do this and that's the big
thing here. No one's telling them they have to do this.”
Cook took exception to any notion that the sanctioning body cares
little about the Whelen Modified Tour or its tradition. He doesn't view the
introduction of the SPEC engine as anything other than a chance to improve
the series' overall health. As far as the car counts go, Cook sees car
counts not what they were even a few years ago and wonders how many teams
might have stayed in the series had they not been priced out by both
technology and the economy. “Like everything these days, it's about cost,
what it costs you to race,” he said. “What it cost when I raced to what it's
come to today, it's become very expensive. It's like any other form of
racing. It's not cheap. Anything we can do at NASCAR to keep it affordable
for people and keep it alive, to hold on to what we have, that's what we're
going to do so people's equipment doesn't become obsolete.” He went on to
add that the Tour is healthy, despite recent accusations in the media that
NASCAR is turning a blind eye to existing problems. “I'd say it's healthy
just because it's still in business, and there's a lot of others that have
come and gone along the way, from the Hooters ProCup Series to our own Dash
and All-Pro Series, while the Modifieds are still there. It's 27 years and
counting. "Yes, car counts are down from what they were, but the quality of
the cars is the best its ever been".
Thursday night Thunder at Thompson saw literally thunder and
lightning along with numerous bands of showers. The speedway has postponed
its Thursday Night Thompson Thunder race event to Sunday, July 29th. “The
threat of severe weather being forecast for the entire state made the
decision to postpone this race an easy one,” said track owner, Don Hoenig.
“However, the best alternative date to run this event proved to be Sunday,
July 29th. The Valenti Modified Racing Series has a very busy schedule for
the balance of the summer and we did not want to have to cancel the VMRS
75-lap feature event race,” Hoenig concluded.
Despite threatening weather the Thompson Speedway got it done on
Sunday. The day started on a sour note as Keith Rocco cut a tire during
practice and hit the outside wall between turn one and two. He hit the wall
on the driver's side in the #4SK mod. He was brought by ambulance to the
hospital and suffered a broken left wrist.
Ted Christopher earned his 97th career victory at Thompson
International Speedway when he scored the checkers in the 75-lap Valenti
Modified Racing Series event. NASCAR Whelen All-American Series wins were
captured by Ryan Preece in the Sunoco Modifieds, John Falconi in the Late
Models, Cam McDermott in the Lite Modifieds, John Lowinski-Loh in the
Thompson Modifieds, Scott Sundeen in the Limited Sportsman, and Steve
Violette in the Mini-Stocks.
Christopher survived a caution-filled 75-lap Valenti Modified
Racing Series event to take the victory behind the wheel of the No. 00 Joe
Brady-owned machine. It was his second win of the season in the division.
Christopher came from deep in the field to earn the win. Christopher
inherited the lead after Rowan Pennink was black flagged for spraying water
as his engine overheated.
Officials threw the black flag to Pennink on the 64th lap handing
the lead to Christopher. Tim Jordan finished second with Tom Barrett, third.
Jon McKennedy and Doug Coby rounded out the top five.
Ryan Preece earned the victory in the caution-filled Sunoco
Modified feature event after initially taking the lead from Kerry Malone on
lap two. Preece had to reclaim the lead on a lap 12 restart, and from that
point on dominated the event despite a late-race caution. Woody Pitkat
finished second with Dennis Perry, third. Ted Christopher and Richie Gallup
rounded out the top five.
At the Stafford Motor Speedway on Friday night the 9th Annual
CARQUEST SK 150 Twin 75 program went in the books after a one week delay
because of a rain out. Taking home the big wins of the night were Ted
Christopher and Keith Rocco in the twin 75-lap SK Modified® feature events,
Tom Fearn was the winner of the 30-lap Late Model feature, Joey Ferrigno was
a first time winner in the 20-lap SK Light feature, Dennis Botticello picked
up his second consecutive win in the 20-lap Ltd. Late Model feature, and
Kyle Casagrande picked up his fifth win of the season in a photo finish with
Christopher got a good run on a late race re-start, but Woody
Pitakt came back strong on the outside and he was keeping pace. Ryan Preece
was an early race leader before being spun to the infield. Preece, who
fought his way back to the front was right behind both cars in third with
Danny Cates fourth and Keith Rocco in fifth. Christopher was able to stay
out front and he took the checkered flag to pick up his 98th career SK
Modified® victory. Pitkat edged out Preece at the line for second, with
Cates and Rocco rounding out the top-5.
Rocco and Cates slugged it out on the second 75 lapper but in the
end Rocco prevailed and led the field around to the checkered flag to pick
up his third win of the 2012 season. Cates finished second, with Frank
Ruocco, Sean Foster, and Pitkat rounding out the top-5. Christopher and
Preece ended up 18th and 19th respectively. Ruocco was later disqualified
for refusing tech inspection.
In Saturday night action at the Waterford Speedbowl rain washed out
all the action at the shoreline oval.
In NASCAR Southern Modified action at the Bowman Gray Stadium in
Winston-Salem NC Tim Brown was a winner for the seventh time this season
leading all the way in the first of two 50-lap races for Bowman Gray's
featured Modified Division. He continued what has been quite a hot streak.
Brown had finished in the top three seven times in the past 10 races
entering Saturday's second race, and he even had a shot at winning that one
before getting caught in a tangle after moving up to third place. His
seventh victory matched his most ever in a single season. He won seven in
2008; five Modified races remain this season.
Danny Bohn was the winner of the second race, one that was marked
by seven caution periods and a run-in between two sets of brothers, Burt and
Jason Myers with Jonathan and Joseph Brown.
Brown's victory was the 65th of his career at Bowman Gray, which
moved him past Ralph Brinkley and into second place on the stadium's list of
feature-division winners. Junior Miller is the all-time leader with 71 wins.
Brown had no problem enduring three double-file restarts after
caution periods in the first race. Jonathan Brown made a late charge to take
second place. Michael Clifton was third. In the second race, John Smith, who
had finished 16th in the first race after contact and a spin with Chris
Fleming, started from the pole when Brown drew No. 16 for the inverted
start. He survived four restarts in a caution-filled race, but was loosened
after contact with Bohn with 10 laps left. Bohn took the lead, nearly lost
it a lap later before getting the best of Jonathan Brown after more contact,
and hung on from there. Michael Clifton finished second and Tommy Neal was
In Nationwide Series racing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Brad
Keselowski took the lead when Elliott Sadler was penalized for jumping a
late restart, then held on to win a disputed finish to the inaugural
Nationwide race at the historic 2˝-mile track. Sadler passed Keselowski on a
restart with 18 laps to go, but officials ruled that Sadler went too early
and black-flagged him. Sadler stayed on the track for several laps,
apparently hoping officials would reconsider the penalty, before finally
coming in with 12 laps to go and giving up the lead to Keselowski.
In Sprint Cup racing at Indy nobody had a car capable of
challenging Jimmie Johnson, who led 99 of 160 laps. Kyle Busch finished
second, followed by Greg Biffle, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Gordon. Pole sitter
Denny Hamlin was sixth.
That’s about it for this week from 11 Gardner Drive, Westerly, and
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