Waterford, CT — Waterford Speedbowl hosted Scout Night on Saturday evening and completed a briskly paced five-division NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race program. Scoring top honors were Keith Rocco making it two-straight wins in the SK Modifieds® and four on the year, Tim Jordan returning to the winner’s circle in the Bob Valenti Auto Mall Late Models and Al Stone III won his first of the year in the Street Stocks. Sean Caron scored a career first victory in the Norwich Bulletin Mini Stocks and young Chris Lomartire beat out the field of Bandolero racers for the victory.
Todd Ceravolo moved out to the lead at the drop of the green flag in the 35-lap SK Modified® feature. He paced the early laps over Joe Perry and Tom Abele Jr. Abele moved to second with an inside move on Perry on lap six. The early side-by-side racing prevalent throughout the field was halted on lap seven for a two car spin in turn four.
Ceravolo resumed at the front with a strong restart. The field behind was tight battling for position as Rob Janovic Jr., Ron Yuhas Jr., Rocco and Jeff Pearl were mired in the back half of the top ten looking to move up. Rocco entered turn three high and caught Justin Gaydosh off guard, sending Gaydosh spinning into the turn three barrier on lap 10 drawing another caution flag.
[Photo Gallery] by Nicholas Teto