NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing returns July 16 Waterford, CT — Waterford Speedbowl takes a one-week hiatus from its NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing on July 9, following on the heels of the mid-season championship Speedbowl.com 300 last Saturday night. The track hits the break in the midst of some great championship points battles and a season marked by successful individual campaigns at the halfway mark in the Saturday night season.
NASCAR racing resumes on Saturday, July 16 presented by The Rock 106.9 WCCC, with all five Whelen All-American Series divisions in action. The SK Modifieds®, Bob Valenti Auto Mall Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks and SK Light Modifieds will all be part of the event which also includes a special Saturday appearance by the X-Car division – a staple of the track’s mid-week Wild ‘n Wacky Wednesday program.
Each of the Speedbowl’s NASCAR divisions point races are yet to see much separation, speaking to yet another highly competitive season at the shoreline speedway. Keith Rocco, the defending NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion and defending track SK Modified® champion is once again in the hunt nationally as well as locally to repeat his titles from a year ago.