True Value Spots Part of Saturday’s Spoils

Waterford, CT — The top two “interested” finishers in Saturday night’s 35-lap SK-Modified feature will have “guaranteed” spots in the May 3 Connecticut Army National Guard True Value Modified Series 100. This continues a unique relationship between the ‘Bowl and TVMS.

The SK feature tops a five-division program that also includes a 30-lap Late Model feature and 20 lappers for the Sportsman, Mini Stock and Legends divisions. Qualifying starts at 5 PM.

The “spot” adds to the growing excitement of the SK division where only six points separate Diego Monahan, Justin Gaydosh, Dennis Gada and Tyler Chadwick. Despite it being very early, points are already a concern in a division loaded with contenders.

Saturday’s TVMS qualifiers will be required to run a heat on May 3. Jeff Pearl, Dennis Gada and Shawn and Diego Monahan are among the Speedbowl regulars who have taken advantage of the ‘Bowl-TVMS arrangement over the past three years. Pearl and Shawn Monahan would find the “spot” especially helpful.

Sources: David Dykes/Waterford Speedbowl PR