Waterford, CT — While Groton’s Ron Yuhas Jr. and New Hampshire competitor Joey Polewarczyk Jr. were the big winners on the day at the Speedbowl, 2010 Street Stock champion Al Stone III of New Haven and Dana Dimatteo of Farmington also closed the season the best way possible, by reaching victory lane. Yuhas won the 150-lap Budweiser Modified Nationals and Polewarczyk took the win in the 150-lap ACT Tour Late Model event. Stone wound up the winner in the 50-lap Street Stock race, while Dimatteo recorded his first career win at the Speedbowl in the 25-lap Legends Cars feature.
Past champion Corey Hutchings was the leader early in the Street Stock event. Stone chased him through the race’s first 17 laps.
The battle for third was a tight one as several drivers were looking for the spot. Josh Galvin, Brandon Plemons, Walt Hovey Jr. and Shawn Monahan were among those jockeying for position. Hovey went spinning off the front stretch on lap-10 to bring out the caution flag and cool off the action.