ATTENTION COMPETITORS!!! JUST A REMINDER!!! HANS and HANS style approved devices ARE REQUIRED IN ALL DIVISIONS for 2020! This is for your safety. Anyone without a HANS or HANS style approved device WILL NOT BE PERMITTED on the track. Period. Thank you in advance!
It’s that time of year again! The 6th Annual Racers 4 Racers Toy Drive will be held on December 3, 2019 at Langley’s Restaurant at New London Country Club! 6:30PM start time! Raffles, Hors D’Oeuvres, and a great charitable cause! Come join us on Tuesday December 3rd! Bring an unwrapped toy and enjoy! All toys collected will be donated to Kinship 4 Kids! All raffle proceeds will be donated to the New London Youth Affairs program!
Press release from New London-Waterford Speedbowl WARERFORD — Joey Ternullo of Middletown is a busy 20-year-old who attends two institutions of higher learning —not only is he a junior at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, but he also attends another prestigious school — SK Modified University at New London Waterford Speedbowl. He claims he learned a lot about SK Modified during his rookie year last season. “The rookie season was filled with a lot of ups and downs,” Ternullo said, [...]
WATERFORD — Duane Noll of Monroe believes in multi-tasking. He’s a driver in the Speedbowl Truck Division at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. He’s the crew chief. He’s the sponsor. And he’s also a three-time champion. Noll’s latest success took place in 2018 when he posted six wins, two seconds and three thirds to cruise to a 49-point win over Todd Taylor to clinch the title. Noll is the only driver ever to win a title in the three-year history of the Speedbowl [...]
WATERFORD — It wasn’t how Peter Bennett opened the 2018 New London-Waterford Speedbowl Saturday Legends season, but how he closed it that counted. On opening day, he almost didn’t start the race because of a failed ignition switch. Although he had to start the 25-lap feature at the rear of the field, he rallied to finish fourth, an indication of the skill he had of weaving his way through traffic. It was a skill he used quite often during the remainder [...]
WATERFORD — After three weeks of the 2018 New London-Waterford Speedbowl season, Charles Canfield was sitting in 12th place in the standings, 46 points out of the lead. It looked like he had two chances to successfully defend his Mini Stock title — slim, and wait until next year. Canfield, however, wasn’t buying it. “People around me were giving me confidence,” Canfield said, “even when I thought I couldn’t make a comeback. My fellow competitors reached out to me early and [...]
WATERFORD — Shawn Gaedeke started the 2018 New London-Waterford Speedbowl season off the radar screen. And that’s the way he planned it. “That’s the reason we took the previous season off — to be ready for 2018,” Gaedeke said. “We wanted to be that guy who came out of nowhere and surprised everyone.” Gaedeke certainly fit that description in 2018. In only his second Sportsman season, Gaedeke grabbed three wins, spent almost the entire season finishing in the Top 4 or better [...]
Wins seven of last 8 races to track down Late Model crown WATERFORD — Anthony Flannery spent the first three months of the New London-Waterford Speedbowl Late Model 2018 season stuck in neutral. The season entered August and he was still searching for his first win. He knew what he had to do, however, to change that statistic. “We needed to find one thing that no one else had found,” Flannery said. Once he found it, he also found victory lane. And he [...]
WATERFORD — After just missing the 2017 New London-Waterford Speedbowl SK Modified championship by the length of a bread crumb, Kyle James came up with a new strategy for 2018. “I wanted to win every single race,” James said. “No matter what it took.” He came close. The Ashaway, R.I. driver won eight races to capture his first Speedbowl title by nine points over Todd Owen, who finished second. James took the point lead by winning the first SK race of [...]
Press release from the New London-Waterford Speedbowl WATERFORD — A big event is about to get even bigger. Two more divisions — the CT Pro 4 Unlimiteds and Limiteds — will honor their champions at the annual “Stars of the Speedbowl” banquet Feb. 9 at the Mystic Marriott. Pro 4 Unlimited winner Randy Cabral and Pro 4 Limited winner P.J. Peters will be joining the seven champions from the weekly divisions at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl, making this year’s awards gala a [...]