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Fall Classic Online Pre-Registration Now Available

To pre-register for the Fall Classic Legend Race, go to the menu bar on the home page and select the Forms tab.  Then select Fall Classic Pre-Registration Form. Pre-registration will automatically pop up  for you to fill in then submit  the form.  You will pay $50 registration fee the day of the event at the pit window. All fees will need to be paid in cash.  

Update for the Fall Classic

The Fall Classic- Dash “4” Cash is scheduled for Saturday October 17th with extended laps and a full field payout. Top spot is worth $2,500, P2 is $1,250 and P3 is $1,000.   2020 Legend Car Fall Classic      New London Waterford Speedbowl follows all INEX Legend Car Rules   The Current INEX Hoosier Legend Car Tire is the only approved tire at the New London Waterford Speedbowl.   Tires must durometer a minimum of 61 or higher.     Registration Fee- 50.00 per driver. Pay Cash at the pit [...]

Late Model 50 This Weekend at the Speedbowl

Saturday October 3rd could be the day that one talented Late Model driver, with a little luck, could take home $1,200 for winning the Late Model 50 Lap Special and a full field payout.   In addition to the Late Models, we will have the SK Modifieds®, SK Lites, Mini-Stocks, Sportsman, Open Street Stocks, Legend Cars, and Speedbowl Trucks. Pits open at 11:00 am Practice starts at 12:30 pm Grandstands open at 1:00 pm Racing begins at 3:00 pm

Granite State Pro Stock Series is Roaring into the Speedbowl

GSPSS will be at the Speedbowl this Saturday 9-26.  The series has an impressive entry list of 25 Pro Stocks for their 150 lap feature. New London Waterford Speedbowl 150 (Pre Entry List as of 9/24)   29 Barry Gray 93 Ray Christian III 48 Larry Gelinas 16 Austin Blais 52 David Darling 12 Bobby Pelland 97 Joey Pole 88 Kevin Casper 43 Devin O’Connell 8 Angelo Belsito 90 Casey Call 2 Tom Scully Jr 12 Corey Bubar 08 Mike O’Sullivan 76 Tyler Tomassi 31 Luke Hinkley 27 Wayne Helliwell Jr 87 Alexander Pearl 17 Kevin Folan 16 Kyle Harvell 90 Craig [...]

Inaugural Bob Potter 102 SK Modified® Race in the Books

Congratulations to all the winners from the Bob Potter Memorial 102!  It was a fantastic day of racing that will go down in the record books. The field was full of talent and it showed.  Kyle James walked away with $1381 in bonus money in an impressive run in the first half of the race battling with Keith Rocco and Timmy Jordan. Kyle James fell short on the second half of the 102 and got tangled with Cory DiMatteo with [...]

Speedbowl is Electric on the Eve of the Bob Potter Memorial Race

The Speedbowl is buzzing with excitement on the eve of the Bob Potter Memorial 102 Lap SK Modified® Race. With a purse of $21,500 plus over $4000 in lap sponsorships every driver will be racing hard every lap. Top prize is $5,100 to the winner of the race, $2500 to second place and $1500 for the 3rd place finisher and a full field payout! Fans will be able to get in on the action too! The best appearing SK [...]

Bob Potter Memorial Race September 19th

Big Money 102 Lap SK Modifed®Race in memory of the Late-Great Bob Potter is happening at the Speedbowl Saturday September 19th! $5100 to the winner with a purse to pay the entire field. Lap Bonus of $510 to leader of lap 51. Lap sponsors throughout the race as well as prize sponsors for top finishers. Fans can get into the action and vote for the best appearing SK Modified® in the field. Get to the track early as prizes [...]

The Inaugural John Curry Memorial

Putting into words what the John Curry Memorial truly means is almost impossible. This race is dedicated to a man who spent most of his life enthralled in local auto racing, namely the Mini Stocks at The Speedbowl.  John Curry was a man who would give you the shirt off of his back at a moments notice. He was a dedicated father and a father figure to many more. You always knew where you stood with John, as he was [...]

2nd Annual Bubby Brouwer Memorial SK Lite Race

The second annual Bubby Brouwer SK Lite Modified race is this Saturday September 5th. Bubby was the “in the background” backbone of the Speedbowl.  Bubby worked all week long at the Speedbowl so that all of us could enjoy racing at the best track in Connecticut. He knew every nook and cranny of the track like it was the back of his hand.  If something was broken, Bubby would figure out a way to fix it on a shoestring [...]