Stafford Springs, CT — As the 2010 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season at Stafford Motor Speedway draws closer to taking the green flag, Kevin Gambacorta has his sights set on the 2010 Limited Late Model track championship. The Ellington, CT resident was the inaugural DARE Stock champion at Stafford in 2004 and he added a Limited Late Model crown in 2006, and after finishing the 2009 season in fifth place, he eyes a return to the top of the mountain for the third time in his career.
“The goal for us this year is the championship and to win a bunch of races,” said Gambacorta. “I feel like we should have won a whole lot more races last year than we did. We were up front a lot and we led a lot of races, we just didn’t have the best of luck and I feel like we gave a lot of races away that we should have won.”
During the off-season, Gambacorta’s long-time transmission man, Ken Gilli, passed away. Gambacorta and his team are going to dedicate their performance during the 2010 season to Ken Gilli’s memory.