Waterford, CT – The Pro Four Modifieds of New England (PFMNE) took to the Waterford Speedbowl on Saturday, May 30, for an evening of crowd-pleasing action. The night was kicked off with a pity party, where fans flooded the track to see the stars and cars of the PFMNE. Just as the sun began to set, the 4-cylinder mods rolled out for their main event before a packed grandstand. In the end it would be the #1m of “Stormin’ Norman” Wrenn who took home the victory, notching his third consecutive win.
Ten PFMNE racecars were signed into the paddock area for competition. After an aborted start, the 25-lap feature got underway with #07 of Phil Lausier on the pole and the #12 of Rob Richardi, Jr. to his outside. Coming off of turn two, Richardi powered by on the high side, moving into the lead as the #4 of Cory Cleary and the #10 of Brian Vincent raced side-by-side for the third position. Meanwhile, Wrenn drove his Bot-L-Gas Inc. machine from his ninth starting position into the top five.
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