11:38

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11:38

That will do it for our coverage of the 6th Annual Wings N’ Wheels event here at Waterford Speedbowl. From the entire crew at Speed51.com, thank you for tuning into our coverage tonight.

 

11:37

Valenti Modified Racing Series 100 – Unofficial Finish

1 68 Keith Rocco
2 25 Rowan Pennink
3 5CT Chris Pasteryak
4 9 Tom Barrett
5 28 Dwight Jarvis
6 13 Steve Masse
7 29 Woody Pitkat
8 99 Richard Savary
9 1NH Rob Goodenough
10 85 Louie Mechalides
11 66 Dylan Kopec
12 74 Dana Smith
13 19 David Schneider
14 90 Jeff Pearl
15 53 Norm Wrenn
16 79 Max Zachem
17 0 Mike Holdridge
18 57 Jeff Rocco
19 92 Anthony Nocella
20 12 Todd Annarummo
21 77 Matt Mead
22 17 Todd Owen
23 88 Jim Boniface
24 8 Danny Cates
25 52 Mark Bajak
26 00 Ted Christopher

 

11:18

Chris Pasteryak (3rd), Keith Rocco (1st), and Rowan Pennink (2nd) in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:14

VMRS Top-Five:

1. Keith Rocco
2. Rowan Pennink
3. Chris Pasteryak
4. Tom Barrett
5. Dwight Jarvis

 

11:13

Keith Rocco in VMRS victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:00

We’re heading down to victory lane. We’ll be back with more shortly.

 

10:58

Rocco makes it 2-for-2 tonight after winning in the SK Modified race earlier tonight.

 

10:58

CHECKERED FLAG: Keith Rocco wins the VMRS 100 at Waterford Speedbowl.

 

10:57

Lap 99: Pennink is all over Rocco for the lead.

 

10:57

Lap 98: Pennink looking inside of Rocco for the lead.

 

10:57

Lap 97: Pennink under Pasteryak for second.

 

10:57

GREEN FLAG: Rocco once again with a great restart. He clears Pasteryak into turn one.

 

10:56

Norm Wrenn will not return. The damage to the right rear is too severe.

 

10:55

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 96): Norm Wrenn loses his right rear tire after making hard contact with the inside wall on the backstretch.

 

10:54

GREEN FLAG: Rocco gets the jump on Pennink. Pasteryak follows underneath Pennink for second.

 

10:53

Mike Holdridge comes to a stop on the backstretch. We’ll go green next time by.

 

10:52

Green next time by.

 

10:52

Rocco, Pennink, Pasteryak, Barrett, Jarvis, Wrenn, Zachem, Masse, Schneider, and Goodenough.

 

10:51

We’ll have a restart with five laps to go. Keith Rocco will have a new partner on the restart with point leader Rowan Pennink to his outside.

 

10:50

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 95): J. Rocco sits in the infield with heavy right front damage.

 

10:50

Lap 94: Jeff Rocco makes hard contact with the outside turn four wall. He’s pulled his car into the infield.

 

10:49

Lap 93: Pennink gets around Pasteryak for the second spot. Barrett looks to follow Pennink.

 

10:49

GREEN FLAG: Rocco once again with a great restart. He clears Pasteryak down the backstretch.

 

10:48

Point leaders Pennink and Barrett now run 3rd and 4th, respectively.

 

10:47

Officials will send the #99 of Richard Savary to the rear for his role in the incident.

 

10:46

YELLOW FLAG: Savary and Masse make contact in turn two. Masse is sideways on the backstretch.

 

10:46

GREEN FLAG: Rocco uses the inside lane and clears Masse into turn one.

 

10:46

K. Rocco, Masse, Savary, Pasteryak, Pennink, Barrett, Jarvis, Zachem, Wrenn, and Mechalides.

 

10:45

The field is crossed over. We’ll have one to go next time by.

 

10:44

Anthony Nocella’s #92 is being hauled away on the hook.

 

10:44

On the restart, Jeff Rocco was sent spinning into the infield. He was able to keep the car straight, but lost a number of positions.

 

10:42

Todd Annarummo has come to a complete stop on the backstretch. He’ll be getting towed back to the pit area.

 

10:41

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 91): Nocella and Pasteryak make contact out of turn four. Pasteryak sideways in the infield.

 

10:40

Lap 91: Pennink and Pasteryak side-by-side for fourth.

 

10:40

GREEN FLAG: Rocco gets the jump on Masse.

 

10:39

Green flag next time by.

 

10:35

Owen left a trail of fluid all the way from the start/finish line to the turn three pit entrance. The cleanup crew is currently working to clean things up before we go back to racing.

 

10:32

It appears that Todd Owen left a large amount of fluid on the track before he was able to pull his car into the pit area.

 

10:30

Current Running Order (11 to go):

1. Keith Rocco
2. Steve Masse
3. Richard Savary
4. Chris Pasteryak
5. Rowan Pennink
6. Anthony Nocella
7. Tommy Barrett
8. Todd Annarumoo
9. Jeff Rocco
10. Dwight Jarvis

 

10:28

Leader Keith Rocco nearly avoided making contact with Owen. Rocco went to the high side and nearly made contact with the outside wall in turn one.

 

10:27

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 89): Todd Owen slows on the frontstretch.

 

10:26

Lap 84: Rocco has increased his lead to nearly a half straightaway over Masse.

 

10:26

Lap 81: K. Rocco, Masse, Savary, Pasteryak, Pennink, Nocella, Barrett, Annarummo, J. Rocco, and Jarvis.

 

10:24

Lap 77: Rocco has used lapped traffic to increase his lead over Masse.

 

10:24

Lap 74: Rocco puts Jeff Pearl a lap down. The leaders are approaching heavy lapped traffic.

 

10:23

Lap 71: Rocco and Masse have completely checked out from the rest of the field. They hold a full straightaway advantage over third place Richard Savary.

 

10:22

Lap 68: Dylan Kopec slides into the infield but manages to keep it straight. We stay green.

 

10:22

Lap 65: Rocco currently has a two-car length advantage of Masse.

 

10:21

Lap 63: Pennink under Nocella for sixth.

 

10:20

Lap 61: Masse takes the second spot. He now closes in on leader Keith Rocco.

 

10:20

Lap 59: Masse to the inside of Annarummo for the second spot. They battle side-by-side.

 

10:19

Lap 57: Savary follow Masse around Pasteryak for the fourth spot.

 

10:19

Lap 56: Masse now on the outside of Pasteryak for third. He takes the spot.

 

10:19

Lap 54: Masse goes around Savary for the fourth spot.

 

10:18

HALFWAY: K. Rocco, Annarummo, Pasteryak, Savary, Masse, Nocella, Pennink, Owen, J. Rocco, and Barrett.

 

10:17

Lap 48: Pennink under Owen for the eighth spot.

 

10:16

Lap 45: Annarummo to the outside of Pasteryak for the second spot. He now sets his sights on K. Rocco.

 

10:16

GREEN FLAG: Rocco gets a big jump on Pasteryak on the restart.

 

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10:15

Zachem, Wrenn, Mechalides, and Pitkat among those to hit pit road during the caution.

 

10:14

Race control has given the black flag to the #88 of Jim Boniface for his role in the incident.

 

10:14

YELLOW FLAG: (Lap 43): Jim Boniface and Dave Schneider make contact on the backstretch.

 

10:13

Lap 41: K. Rocco, Pasteryak, Savary, Annarummo, Masse, Owen, Nocella, Holdridge, Pennink, and Barrett.

 

10:11

Lap 36: Pasteryak isn’t letting Rocco get too far away. He’s closed the gap to about two-car lengths.

 

10:10

Lap 34: The #8 of Danny Cates pulls his machine into the infield.

 

10:10

Lap 31: Point leader’s Tommy Barrett and Rowan Pennink currently run 9th and 11th, respectively.

 

10:09

Lap 24: Deeper in the field, Louie Mechalides rides in the 25th spot. Our guess would be that he’s conserving his tires for later in the event. This is a strategy many VMRS teams have been using as of late.

 

10:08

Lap 20: They top-ten currently run single file.

 

10:07

Lap 16: K. Rocco has about a three-car length advantage over Pasteryak.

 

10:05

Lap 11: J. Rocco and Kopec battle side-by-side for the ninth spot.

 

10:04

GREEN FLAG: Pasteryak and Rocco side-by-side into turn one. Rocco clears Pasteryak on the backstretch.

 

10:01

With 8 laps complete Pasteryak leads K. Rocco, Savary, Owen, Annarummo, Barrett, Nocella, Holdridge, J. Rocco, and Kopec.

 

9:59

Prior to the caution, Rocco had taken the second spot away from Owen and was challenging Pasteryak for the race lead.

 

9:59

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 8): Mark Bajak makes contact with the outside wall in turn four. He’s come to a stop in the middle of the turn.

 

9:58

Lap 7: K. Rocco takes the third spot. He’s now under Owen for second.

 

9:57

Lap 6: Savary (outside) and Rocco (inside) continue to battle for the third spot.

 

9:57

Lap 4: Savary and K. Rocco battle for the third spot.

 

9:56

Lap 2: Pasteryak leads at the stripe.

 

9:56

GREEN FLAG: Owen once again gets the jump on Pasteryak into turn one. Pasteryak battles back and their still side-by-side.

 

9:55

Lights are out on the pace car. Green next time by.

 

9:53

YELLOW FLAG: Christopher’s car has been hauled away and we’re back under yellow flag conditions.

 

9:53

Christopher leaves the track on a golf cart. He appears to be OK.

 

9:51

Christopher has climbed from his race car.

 

9:51

RED FLAG: We’re under red flag conditions as medical crews attend to Ted Christopher.

 

9:50

YELLOW FLAG: Ted Christopher hard into the frontstretch wall.

 

9:49

GREEN FLAG: Todd Owen has the advantage into turn one.

 

9:49

26 ground-pounding modified’s are set to take action for 100 laps of racing here at the 3/8th mile oval.

 

9:48

The field is crossed over. They’ll get the one-to-go signal next time by.

 

9:45

Valenti Modified Racing Series 100 – Starting Grid

1 17 Todd Owen
2 5CT Chris Pasteryak
3 99 Richard Savary
4 12 Todd Annarummo
5 68 Keith Rocco
6 9 Tommy Barrett
7 92 Anthony Nocella
8 00 Ted Christopher
9 74 Dana Smith
10 0 Mike Holdridge
11 66 Dylan Kopec
12 57 Jeff Rocco
13 88 Jim Boniface
14 29 Woody Pitkat
15 85 Louie Mechalides
16 52 Mark Bajak
17 25 Rowan Pennink
18 13 Steve Masse
19 53 Norm Wrenn
20 28 Dwight Jarvis
21 1NH Rob Goodenough
22 19 Dave Schneider
23 79 Max Zachem
24 8 Danny Cates
25 77 Matt Mead
26 90 Jeff Pearl
ALT 40 Dennis Charette

 

9:39

The 100-lap Valenti Modified Racing Series main event is up next.

 

9:39

Corey Barry wins the 25-lap SK Lite Modified feature.

 

9:38

Corey Barry has taken the lead in the SK Lite’s following a late race restart.

 

9:36

ISMA Finishing Order (Unofficial Pending Technical Inspection):

1 79 Jon McKennedy
2 17 Ben Seitz
3 21 Mike Ordway Jr.
4 84 Mike Lichty
5 78 Mark Sammut
6 39 Alison Cumens
7 28 Eric Lewis
8 71 Lou Cicconi
9 74 Rob Summers
10 32 Joey Payne
11 37 Jeff Locke
12 98 Justin Belfiore
13 51 Dave Duggan
14 25 Dan Bowes
15 97 Dan Lane
16 47 Bobby Chartier
17 61 Mike Ordway Sr.

 

9:31

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9:30

With ten laps remaining in the SK Lite Modified feature, Victoria Bergenty leads the way.

 

9:29

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9:29

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9:25

SK Lite Modified’s now on the track for their 25-lap feature.

 

9:22

Jon McKennedy in ISMA victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

9:13

Unofficial ISMA Top-Ten:

1 79 Jon McKennedy
2 17 Ben Seitz
3 21 Mike Ordway Jr.
4 84 Mike Lichty
5 78 Mark Sammut
6 39 Alison Cumens
7 28 Eric Lewis
8 71 Lou Cicconi
9 74 Rob Summers
10 37 Jeff Locke

 

9:11

CHECKERED FLAG: Jon McKennedy wins the 50-lap ISMA feature.

 

9:11

Lap 48: McKennedy continues to extend his lead over the field.

 

9:10

Lap 45: Lichty around Sammut for the fourth spot.

 

9:10

Lap 41: Seitz has taken the second spot away from Ordway Jr.

 

9:09

GREEN FLAG: McKennedy once again leads the field into turn one. He already has a sizeable lead over Ordway Jr.

 

9:08

Current Running Order – Lap 36

1. Jon McKennedy
2. Mike Ordway Jr.
3. Ben Seitz
4. Mark Sammut
5. Mike Lichty
6. Alison Cumens
7. Eric Lewis
8. Lou Cicconi
9. Justin Belfiore
10. Joey Payne

 

9:06

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 36): Dave Duggan spins into the infield.

 

9:04

Lap 27: Ben Seitz around Sammut for the third spot.

 

9:03

GREEN FLAG: McKennedy leads Ordway Jr. into turn one.

 

9:03

They’ll restart single file.

 

9:02

The car up against the wall is the #51 of Dave Duggan. He will get a push start and return to the tail end of the field.

 

9:01

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 26): We have a car up against the wall in turn two.

 

9:01

Lap 25: Cicconi to the outside of Belfiore for the 8th spot.

 

9:00

GREEN FLAG: McKennedy leads them into turn one.

 

8:59

Jeff Locke returns from the pit area giving us 14 cars currently running on the track.

 

8:58

Rob Summers, Lou Cicconi, and Joey Payne return to the track.

 

8:57

Lou Cicconi has taken his car back to the pit area under caution.

 

8:56

Current Running Order (21 Laps Completed):

1. Jon McKennedy
2. Mike Ordway Jr.
3. Mark Sammut
4. Ben Seitz
5. Mike Lichty
6. Alison Cumens
7. Eric Lewis
8. Dan Bowes
9. Dave Duggan
10. Justin Belfiore

 

8:54

YELLOW FLAG (Lap 21): Danny Lane is sideways in turn two.

 

8:52

Lap 18: Lou Cicconi is up to the 7th spot after being involved in an incident on the first lap.

 

8:52

Lap 16: Jeff Locke goes a lap down.

 

8:51

Lap 12: Ben Seitz closing in on Sammut for the third spot.

 

8:51

Lap 11: McKennedy puts Bobby Chartier a lap down.

 

8:51

Lap 9: McKennedy is already coming up on lapped traffic.

 

8:50

Lap 5: McKennedy has put some distance between himself and Ordway Jr. Mark Sammut closing in on Ordway for the second spot.

 

8:49

GREEN FLAG: McKennedy and Mike Ordway Jr. even into turn one. McKennedy clears Ordway on the backstretch. He leads lap 1.

 

8:48

The only car currently off the track is the #61 of Mike Ordway Sr.

 

8:48

Danny Lane, Justin Belfiore, and Jeff Locke return to the track. We’re back to 16 cars on the track.

 

8:45

The #71 of Lou Cicconi has returned to the track.

 

8:45

The #47 of Bobby Chartier rejoins the field.

 

8:44

Dan Bowes seemed to come to a stop in turn one as a result of the incident, but after a push start he has rejoined the field with minimal, if any, damage.

 

8:43

Danny Lane also involved. He’ll go back to the garage area on the hook.

 

8:41

Point leader Lou Cicconi is on the hook and headed to the garage area. Bobby Chartier and Dan Bowes are also among those involved.

 

8:37

YELLOW FLAG: Four cars piled up in turn one.

 

8:37

GREEN FLAG: McKennedy gets the jump into turn one.

 

8:37

It’s time for the wave off lap for the ISMA Super Modified’s. They’ll get the one-to-go signal next time by.

 

8:31

ISMA – Starting Line-up

1 79 Jon McKennedy
2 21 Mike Ordway Jr.
3 39 Alison Cumens
4 97 Danny Lane
5 32 Joey Payne
6 37 Jeff Locke
7 78 Mark Sammut
8 17 Ben Seitz
9 71 Lou Cicconi
10 84 Mike Lichty
11 98 Justin Belfiore
12 28 Eric Lewis
13 74 Rob Summers
14 25 Dan Bowes
15 51 Dave Duggan
16 61 Mike Ordway Sr.
17 47 Bobby Chartier

 

8:24

ISMA Super Modified’s are up next. They will go 50 laps here tonight.

 

8:23

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8:20

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8:20

The #90 car of Jeff Pearl suffered damage to the front end of his car during the VMRS Consi. He will attempt to roll off 26th for the feature. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:17

Scott Bigelow wins the 25-lap NEMA Lite feature.

 

8:12

Valenti Modified Racing Series 100 – Starting Grid

1 17 Todd Owen
2 5CT Chris Pasteryak
3 99 Richard Savary
4 12 Todd Annarummo
5 68 Keith Rocco
6 9 Tommy Barrett
7 92 Anthony Nocella
8 00 Ted Christopher
9 74 Dana Smith
10 0 Mike Holdridge
11 66 Dylan Kopec
12 57 Jeff Rocco
13 88 Jim Boniface
14 29 Woody Pitkat
15 85 Louie Mechalides
16 52 Mark Bajak
17 25 Rowan Pennink
18 13 Steve Masse
19 53 Norm Wrenn
20 28 Dwight Jarvis
21 1NH Rob Goodenough
22 19 Dave Schneider
23 79 Max Zachem
24 8 Danny Cates
25 77 Matt Mead
26 90 Jeff Pearl
ALT 40 Dennis Charette

 

8:07

Bertrand also tells us he believes this is the best night of racing for NEMA all year. He referenced all of the rubber put down on the track by the different divisions competing.

 

8:06

Todd Bertrand, winner of the NEMA feature, tells us his Dad had to drive all the way back to Mass. after the first practice to fix an oil line fitting that had gone bad.

 

7:58

Keith Rocco in SK Modified Victory Lane earlier this evening. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:54

The damage to Timmy Jordan’s right front. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:50

Todd Bertrand wins the 25-lap NEMA feature.

 

7:49

NEMA is now on the track for their 25-lap feature.

 

7:43

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7:40

Dennis Charette’s crew hard at work on his #40. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:37

Timmy Jordan’s car up on the hook. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:32

Unofficial VMRS Consi – Finishing Order

1 53 Norm Wrenn
2 28 Dwight Jarvis
3 1NH Rob Goodenough
4 79 Max Zachem
5 8 Danny Cates
6 19 Dave Schneider

 

7:29

RED/CHECKERED FLAG: That will be the conclusion of the consolation race. Norm Wrenn is your winner.

 

7:29

Wrenn leads Jarvis, Goodenough, Spiers, Zachem, and Cates.

 

7:28

Currently, there are six cars on the track which were not involved in the incident.

 

7:27

Track officials clean up the multi-car incident in turn two. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:27

Dennis Charette and Larry Barnett’s cars are being taken to the garage area on the hook.

 

7:23

It appears that Timmy Jordan, Jeff Pearl, and Jeff Malave got the worst of the incident.

 

7:23

Eddy Spiers, Danny Cates, Dave Schneider, Jeff Pearl, Larry Barnett, Timmy Jordan, and Jeff Malave all involved in the accident.

 

7:22

RED FLAG: Emergency vehicle’s head over to the incident in turn two.

 

7:21

YELLOW FLAG: Half the field involved in a big wreck in turn two.

 

7:20

GREEN FLAG: Wrenn and Jarvis remain side-by-side all the way down the backstretch.

 

7:20

The track seems to be good to go. Green next time by.

 

7:19

After qualifying heat race action earlier this evening, Rowan Pennink and Tommy Barrett are tied atop the VMRS point standings entering tonight’s event.

 

7:17

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7:16

There’s a large amount of fluid in the middle of turns three and four. Cars are stopped at the entrance of turn three while track officials work on cleaning up the fluid.

 

7:14

Heavy damage to the front end of Matt Mead’s car.

 

7:14

YELLOW FLAG: Matt Mead, Max Zachem, Jeff Pearl, Dave Schneider, Jeff Malave, Timmy Jordan, and Danny Cates all involved.

 

7:13

Lap 6: Danny Cates currently holds the final transfer spot.

 

7:12

Lap 3: Eddy Spiers looks under Barnett for the third spot. Barnett keeps the spot for now.

 

7:12

Lap 2: Dwight Jarvis under Barnett for the second spot.

 

7:11

GREEN FLAG: Norm Wrenn clears Barnett into turn one. Barnett settles into the second spot.

 

7:11

15 laps. Six will transfer to the main event. Two provisionals.

 

7:10

VMRS Consi – Lineup

1 73 Larry Barnett
2 53 Norm Wrenn
3 28 Dwight Jarvis
4 8 Danny Cates
5 18 Eddy Spiers
6 1NH Rob Goodenough
7 40 Dennis Charette
8 90 Jeff Pearl
9 2 Jeff Malave
10 19 Dave Schneider
11 79 Max Zachem
12 47 Timmy Jordan
13 77 Matt Mead

 

7:09

VMRS Consi is up next.

 

7:02

Keith Rocco wins the 35-lap SK Modified feature.

 

7:01

We’re going to have a G-W-C finish for the SK Modifieds. Keith Rocco currently leads Kyle James, Ed Puleo, Frank Mucciacciaro Jr., and Ted Christopher.

 

6:53

Keith Rocco takes the lead from Ed Puleo on Lap 17.

 

6:50

With 11 laps complete in the SK Modified feature, Ed Puleo leads Rob Janovic Jr., Keith Rocco, Craig Lutz, and Frank Mucciacciaro Jr.

 

6:45

Keith Rocco jumped out of his VMRS ride and hopped into his SK Modified after winning the final VMRS qualifying heat race.

 

6:44

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6:43

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified’s are now on the track for their 35-lap feature event.

 

6:42

VMRS Qualifying Heat Race #3 – Finishing Order

1 68 Keith Rocco
2 99 Richard Savary
3 74 Dana Smith
4 66 Dylan Kopec
5 29 Woddy Pitkat
6 25 Rowan Pennink
7 28 Dwight Jarvis
8 1NH Rob Goodenough
9 2 Jeff Malave
10 47 Timmy Jordan

 

6:40

VMRS Qualifying Heat Race #2 – Finishing Order

1 5 Chris Pasteryak
2 17 Todd Owen
3 00 Ted Christopher
4 13 Steve Masse
5 88 Jim Boniface
6 52 Mark Bajak
7 53 Norm Wrenn
8 18 Eddy Spiers
9 90 Jeff Pearl
10 79 Max Zachem
11 77 Matt Mead

 

6:33

CHECKERED FLAG: Rocco clears Savary off of turn four and wins the final VMRS qualifying heat race.

 

6:33

Lap 10: Rocco looks to the outside of Savary for the lead.

 

6:32

Lap 8: Pennink works his way into the final transfer spot.

 

6:31

Lap 6: Contact between Jeff Malave, Rowan Pennnink, and a few other battling for the sixth spot.

 

6:31

Lap 2: Savary clears Smith for the top spot. Kopec now challenges Smith for the second spot.

 

6:30

GREEN FLAG: Smith and Savary are side-by-side going into turn one. They remain side-by-side down the backstretch.

 

6:30

VMRS Qualifying Heat Race #3 – Lineup

1 74 Dana Smith
2 99 Richard Savary
3 2 Jeff Malave
4 66 Dylan Kopec
5 68 Keith Rocco
6 29 Woody Pitkat
7 47 Timmy Jordan
8 25 Rowan Pennink
9 28 Dwight Jarvis
10 1NH Rob Goodenough

 

6:28

CHECKERED FLAG: Chris Pasteryak wins the second VMRS qualifying heat race.

 

6:27

Lap 10: Christopher to the outside of Masse. He completes the pass going into turn one.

 

6:27

Lap 8: Christopher looks to the inside of Masse for the third spot. Masse is able to hold him off for now.

 

6:26

Lap 5: Mark Bakaj currently holds the final transfer spot.

 

6:25

GREEN FLAG: Pasteryak leads them into turn one.

 

6:24

YELLOW FLAG: Matt Mead sits sideways in the grass in turn three.

 

6:23

GREEN FLAG: Pasteryak once again powers to the lead. Masse charges on the outside.

 

6:23

With one lap completed, Pasteryak leads Owen, Boniface, Masse, and Zachem.

 

6:22

YELLOW FLAG: Eddy Spiers sits sideways in the middle of turn three.

 

6:21

GREEN FLAG: Pasteryak gets the jump around Owen using the outside groove.

 

6:21

VMRS Qualifying Heat Race #2 – Lineup

1 17 Todd Owen
2 5CT Chris Pasteryak
3 88 Jim Boniface
4 13 Steve Masse
5 79 Max Zachem
6 00 Ted Christopher
7 90 Jeff Pearl
8 52 Mark Bajak
9 18 Eddy Spiers
10 77 Matt Mead
11 53 Norm Wrenn

 

6:20

Barrett will receive four points for his second place finish. This ties him with Rowan Pennink for the series point lead. Pennink will go out in the third qualifying heat race and will need to finish in the top-five to regain solo possession of the point lead before tonight’s feature.

 

6:19

CHECKERED FLAG: Todd Annarummo holds off a hard charging Tommy Barrett to win VMRS qualifying heat race #1.

 

6:18

Lap 8: Tommy Barrett is clear of Nocella for second. He now looks to the inside of Annarummo for the top spot.

 

6:18

Lap 7: Jeff Rocco also on the move. He’s up to fifth from the 11th starting spot.

 

6:18

Lap 6: Barrett is on the move. He’s now to the outside of Nocella for the second spot.

 

6:17

Lap 5: Nocella has cleared Barnett for the second spot. Holdridge and Barrett follow.

 

6:17

The #07 of Melissa Fifield has been given the black flag by race control.

 

6:16

Lap 1: Nocella and Barnett battle side-by-side for the second spot.

 

6:16

GREEN FLAG: Annarumo gets the jump on Barnett into turn one. He has the lead down the backstretch.

 

6:15

Cars are rolling onto the track. The top-six will transfer to the 100-lap main event later this evening.

 

6:13

VMRS Qualifying Heat Race #1 – Lineup

1 12 Todd Annarummo
2 73 Larry Barnett
3 92 Anthony Nocella
4 19 Dave Schneider
5 0 Mike Holdridge
6 85 Louie Mechalides
7 07 Melissa Fifield
8 40 Dennis Charette
9 9 Tommy Barrett
10 8 Danny Cates
11 57 Jeff Rocco

 

6:13

Valenti Modified Racing Series qualifying heat races are up next.

 

6:12

Corey Barry wins the first SK Lite Modified qualifying heat race.

 

6:05

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6:04

Caution is out with 7 laps complete in the first SK Lite Modified qualifying heat. Randy Churchill Jr. and Paul French both make contact with the outside wall in turn three. Both cars are going on the hook.

 

5:58

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Lite Modified’s are now on the track for their 10-lap qualifying heats.

 

5:57

ISMA Qualifying Heat Race #3 – Finishing Order

1 32 Joey Payne
2 39 Alison Cumens
3 78 Mark Sammut
4 84 Mike Lichty
5 51 Dave Duggan
6 47 Bobby Chartier

 

5:56

CHECKERED FLAG: Joey Payne wins the third and final ISMA qualifying heat race.

 

5:55

Lap 7: Payne, Cumens, Sammut, Lichty, Duggan, Chartier

 

5:55

Lap 4: Cumens looks to the inside of Payne for the lead. Payne holds off the charge for now.

 

5:54

GREEN FLAG: Cumens and Payne even into turn one. Payne has the advantage out of two.

 

5:53

Heat #3 is crossed over. Green next time by.

 

5:52

ISMA Qualifying Heat Race #3 – Lineup

1 39 Alison Cumens
2 32 Joey Payne
3 78 Mark Sammut
4 51 Dave Duggan
5 84 Mike Lichty
6 47 Bobby Chartier

 

5:49

ISMA Qualifying Heat Race #2 – Finishing Order

1 71 Lou Cicconi
2 97 Danny Lane
3 28 Eric Lewis
4 21 Mike Ordway Jr.
5 25 Dan Bowes

 

5:48

CHECKERED FLAG: Lou Cicconi wins the second ISMA qualifying heat.

 

5:47

WHITE FLAG: Cicconi has checked out from the rest of the field. He holds almost a full straightaway advantage.

 

5:47

Lap 4: Cicconi tries to the outside again and is succesful. Cicconi leads Lane, Ordway Jr., Lewis, and Bowes.

 

5:46

Lap 3: Cicconi tries to go to the outside of Lane for the lead but is denied.

 

5:46

GREEN FLAG: Danny Lane gets the jump on the outside. The #71 of Lou Cicconi is right there on Lane’s rear bumper.

 

5:45

The #84 of Mike Lichty, who was scheduled to start in the first qualifying heat, tried to join the tail end of the second heat but pulled it into the pit area on the backstretch.

 

5:43

ISMA Qualifying Heat Race #2 Lineup

1 21 Mike Ordway Jr.
2 97 Danny Lane
3 71 Lou Cicconi
4 25 Dan Bowes
5 28 Eric Lewis

 

5:41

ISMA Qualifying Heat Race #1 Finishing Order

1 79 Jon McKennedy
2 37 Jeff Locke
3 17 Ben Seitz
4 74 Justin Belfiore
5 98 Rob Summers

 

5:40

CHECKERED FLAG: Jon McKennedy wins the first ISMA qualifying heat race.

 

5:39

Lap 7: McKennedy, Locke, Seitz, Belfiore, and Summers.

 

5:38

GREEN FLAG: Jon McKennedy gets the early jump on Jeff Locke.

 

5:38

ISMA Qualifying Heat Race #1 Lineup

1 79 Jon McKennedy
2 37 Jeff Locke
3 17 Ben Seitz
4 74 Rob Summers
5 98 Justin Belfiore

 

5:36

The #61 of Mike Ordway Sr. comes to a stop on the frontstretch before the green flag. He’s on the hook and is being brought back to the pit area.

 

5:29

ISMA Super Modified’s are rolling onto the track followed by their push trucks, jeeps, and four wheelers.

 

5:27

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5:27

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5:27

Ian Cumens pulls a crossover on Paul Scally coming to the white flag and makes the pass to win the second NEMA qualifying heat.

 

5:23

Green flag is out for the second NEMA qualifying heat race. Paul Scally get the jump in the #30 machine.

 

5:18

Bob Marvuglio wins the first NEMA qualifying heat race.

 

5:17

Rob Summers was the winner the last time ISMA visited Waterford Speedbowl on August 11, 2012. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:11

NEMA is up next with their qualifying heat races.

 

5:11

Craig Lutz wins the second SK Modified heat race.

 

5:10

ISMA point leader Lou Cicconi was second fastest in practice earlier today. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:07

Kyle James wins the first SK Modified qualifying heat race.

 

5:02

SK Modified’s are about to get the green flag for their 10-lap heat race.

 

4:58

Jeff Locke’s #37 ISMA Super Modified was number one on the speed chart during practice. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:45

Max Zachem’s modified sits in the pit area earlier today. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:43

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4:42

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified Roster

6 Joe Gada
7 Ed Puleo
13 Avery Stoehr
16 Todd Ceravolo
17 Adam Gada
21 Kyle James
22 Tyler Jackson
27 Tyler Chadwick
32 Tom Abele Jr.
36 Craig Lutz
44 Jeffrey Gallup
51 Robert Janovic Jr.
66 Wendell Dailey
75 Corey Coates
78 James Monahan
88 Keith Rocco
98 Frank Mucciacciaro Jr.

 

4:37

ISMA Super Modified cars line up on the frontstretch for practice earlier today. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:30

ISMA Practice Results – 6th Annual Wings And Wheels

1 37 Jeff Locke 12.584
2 71 Lou Cicconi 12.612
3 17 Ben Seitz 12.620
4 39 Allison Cumens 12.729
5 79 Jon McKennedy 12.754
6 65 Tim Ice 12.832
7 98 Justin Belifore 12.839
8 84 Mike Lichty 12.890
9 21 Mike Ordway Jr. 12.903
10 61 Mike Ordway Sr. 12.967
11 74 Robbie Summers 12.982
12 7 John Gambuti 12.991
13 97 Dan Lane 12.994
14 32 Joey Payne 13.009
15 47 Bobby Chartier 13.024
16 28 Eric Lewis 12.025
18 78 Mark Sammut 13.050
19 25 Dan Bowes 13.218
20 51 Dave Duggan 13.359

 

4:26

Jeff Locke was fastest during ISMA practice with a fast lap of 12.584. That is an average speed of over 107 MPH.

 

4:22

Richard Savary looks over his #99 machine following VMRS practice. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:19

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4:17

ISMA officials have told us that Jon Gambuti is done for the day due to motor issues during practice.

 

4:14

ISMA practice has come to a close. The track is now closed until qualifying races, which will begin at 5:00 p.m.

 

4:08

Yellow flag is out during ISMA practice for Tim Ice, who comes to a stop on the backstretch. He is now being pushed back into the pit area.

 

4:00

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4:00

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3:58

We are currently under yellow flag conditions during ISMA practice. There appears to be some kind of fluid on the frontstretch, as track crews are laying down the speedy-dry.

 

3:56

Tim Jordan was third fastest in the VMRS practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:55

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lets go j&k rocco & tommy barrett any of the 3 win and I be happy

 

3:41

Jeff Rocco’s #57 was the fastest car in the one-hour VMRS practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:39

Valenti Modified Racing Series – Practice Results

1 57 Jeff Rocco 13.929
2 47 Tim Jordan 13.944
3 00 Ted Christopher 13.972
4 9 Tom Barrett 13.989
5 68 Keith Rocco 14.041
6 28 Dwight Jarvis 14.073
7 5CT Chris Pasteryak 14.101
8 29 Woody Pitkat 14.107
9 25 Rowan Pennink 14.115
10 1NH Rob Goodenough 14.117
11 53 Norm Wrenn 14.141
12 90 Jeff Pearl 14.185
13 19 David Schneider 14.204
14 18 Eddy Spiers 14.212
15 0 Mike Holdridge 14.221
16 12 Todd Annarummo 14.229
18 99 Richard Savary 14.236
19 92 Anthony Nocella 14.245
20 3 Jeff Malave 14.262
21 85 Louie Mechalides 14.270
22 52 Mark Bajak 14.286
23 13 Steve Masse 14.295
24 40 Dennis Charette 14.313
25 17 Todd Owen 14.331
26 74 Dana Smith 14.342
27 73 Larry Barnett 13.346
28 79 Max Zachem 13.355
29 88 Jim Boniface 13.356
30 77 Matt Mead 13.402
31 8 Danny Cates 13.468
32 66 Dylan Kopec 13.552
33 07 Melissa Fifield 13.826

 

3:17

Caution is out to allow cars to enter the pit area to make adjustments.

 

3:13

Green flag is out for the one-hour practice session for the ISMA Super Modified’s.

 

3:08

The ISMA Super Modified’s normally average speeds between 108-109 MPH here at the 3/8th mile oval.

 

3:06

ISMA drivers Ben Seitz (17) and Jeff Locke (37) sit at the start/finish line waiting for practice to begin. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:03

Jeff Rocco led the way in the VMRS practice session with a fast lap of 13.929. Tim Jordan, Ted Christopher, Tommy Barrett, and Jeff Rocco make up the top-five on the speed chart.

 

2:58

Keith Rocco will be doing double duty tonight at Waterford Speedbowl. Rocco will be racing in the SK Modified divison and attempting to qualify for the VMRS 100. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

2:58

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2:58

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2:57

Practice for the Valenti Modified Racing Series has come to an end. We’ll have full results from the one-hour session shortly.

 

2:54

It appears we’ll have one more group of VMRS cars before the ISMA Super Modified’s hit the track for their one-hour open practice session.

 

2:49

Jeff Rocco, Louie Mechalides, Dennis Charette, and Norm Wrenn are among the drivers currently on track with roughly ten minutes left in the practice session.

 

2:46

Tommy Barrett’s #9 sits in the pit area during the final practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

2:41

Valenti Modified Racing Series Point Standings (As of 8/3/13)

1. Rowan Pennink – 330
2. Tommy Barrett, Jr. – 326
3. Richard Savary – 313
4. Louie Mechalides – 303
5. Norm Wrenn – 253
6. Chris Pasteryak – 250
7. Steve Masse – 239
8. Max Zachem – 226
9. Anthony Nocella – 225
10. Mike Holdridge – 170

 

2:30

We’re halfway through the one-hour practice session for the Valenti Modified Racing Series. A handful of cars are currently on the track.

 

2:24

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2:24

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2:16

32 cars are here with the Valenti Modified Racing Series today. 24 will qualify for the main event later this evening.

 

2:13

Tim Jordan, Ted Christopher, Louie Mechalides, Chris Pasteryak, Todd Annarummo, and Jeffery Pearl are among the drivers now on the track.

 

2:11

Rowan Pennink’s car has arrived after the arrival of his car hauler was delayed by a flat tire earlier today. Pennink leads the third group of VMRS cars onto the 3/8th oval.

 

2:09

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2:09

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2:08

Dennis Charette, Jim Boniface, Dwight Jarvis, Richard Savary, Steve Masse, Lawrence Barnett, Anthony Nocella, Keith Rocco, Eddy Spiers, and Mark Bajak make up the second group of VMRS cars on track.

 

2:06

Practice has come to an end for the first group of VMRS cars.

 

2:03

Cars are now at full speed. Dylan Kopec, Todd Owen, and Mike Holdridge are among the drivers currently on track.

 

2:02

Jeff Rocco, Norm Wrenn, Rob Goodenough, and Matt Mead are the first drivers on track for the Valenti Modified Racing Series one-hour practice session.

 

2:01

VMRS practice is up next.

 

1:59

NEMA drivers Bug Marvuglio (#74) and Alan Chambers (#21) drive side-by-side during the final practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:42

Steve Masse enters tonight’s VMRS event as both the feature winner last time out at Beech Ridge and the feature winner the last time VMRS visited Waterford Speedbowl. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:40

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1:40

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1:38

We’re just about 20 minutes away from the beginning of the Valenti Modified Racing Series one-hour open practice session. SK Modified’s currently on the track.

 

1:37

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1:37

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1:33

We will be covering all the action right up until the final checkered flag.

 

1:33

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will you be covering all the races tonight or just the vmrs race

 

1:33

NEMA Lite Driver Roster – 6th Annual Wings and Wheels

9 Ian Cumens
13 Ryan Bigelow
15a Avery Stoehr
18 D.J. Moniz
21 Anthony Payne
25 Richi Morocco
31 Paul Bigelow
32 Scott Bigelow
41 Megan Cugini
46 Kenny Johnson
50 Carl Medeiros
51 Danny Cugini
52 Kevin Park
94 Logan Rayvals

 

1:32

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1:27

NEMA Driver Roster – Wings and Wheels

5b Bethany Stoehr
7 Doug Cleveland
7ny Phil DiMario
9 John Zych
21 Alan Chambers
26b Jim Miller
29 Ian Cumens
30 Paul Scally
35 Dan Cugini
39 Todd Bertrand
44 Joey Payne
45 Russ Stoehr
47 Randy Cabral
50 Barry Cannon
71 Seth Carlson
74 Bug Marvuglio
80 Pete Pernesiglio
99 Jim Santa Maria

 

1:18

From our count there appears to be 17 NEMA and 14 NEMA Lite’s in the pit area today.

 

1:17

Louie Mechalides and crew make some adjustments to the #85 machine. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

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1:10

Keith Rocco currently leads the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified point standings here at Waterford Speedbowl. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:05

VMRS point leader Rowan Pennink is here in the press box making an appearance on a local radio show, but his car has not yet arrived. His race car hauler is currently on the way after being delayed by a flat tire on the interstate.

 

1:03

Valenti Modified Racing Series Roster – Wings and Wheels

0 Mike Hodlridge
1NH Rob Goodenough
2 Jeff Malave
5CT Chris Pasteryak
8 Danny Cates
9 Tommy Barrett
10 Dennis Charette
12 Todd Annarummo
13 Stephen Masse
17 Todd Owen
18 Eddy Spiers
25 Rowan Pennink
28 Dwight Jarvis
29 Woody Pitkat
40 Dennis Charette
47 Timothy Jordan
52 Mark Bakaj
53 Norman Wrenn
57 Jeff Rocco
66 Dylan Kopec
68 Keith Rocco
73 Lawrence Barnett
74 Dana Smith
77 Matt Mead
79 Max Zachem
85 Louie Mechalides
88 Jim Boniface
90 Jeffery Pearl
92 Anthony Nocella
99 Richard Savary
00 Ted Christopher
07 Melissa Fifield

 

12:57

NEMA cars get pushed onto the track by everything from golf carts to four wheelers to jeeps. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:50

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified’s now on track for their practice session.

 

12:46

ISMA Driver Roster – August 10, 2013

7 Jon Gambuti
17 Ben Seitz
21 Mike Ordway Jr
25 Dan Bowes
28 Eric Lewis
32 Joey Payne
37 Jeff Locke
39 Alison Cumens
47 Bobby Chartier
51 Dave Duggan
61 Mike Ordway Sr
65 Tim Ice
71 Lou Cicooni
74 Rob Summers
78 Mark Sammut
79 Jon McKennedy
84 Mike Lichty
97 Danny Lane
98 Justin Belfiore

 

12:39

17 ISMA Super Modified’s are currently in the pit area.

 

12:36

NEMA is now on the track for their practice session.

 

12:34

We’ve been told by VMRS officials that 32 cars are in the pit area for tonight’s 100-lap main event.

 

12:21

Crews are busy in the VMRS pit area selecting and mounting tires for the day. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:11

Point leader Lou Cicconi is a threat at every track he appears at. The winners circle stickers on his car make that apparent. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:05

The garage area for the ISMA Super Modified’s are beginning to get busy. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:58

We’re going to head down to the pit area. We’ll be back with more shortly.

 

11:55

Who do you want to see here in victory lane tonight at Waterford Speedbowl? (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:54

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11:53

Nothing but blue skies over Waterford Speedbowl as we get ready for practice to begin. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:40

Today’s Schedule of Events

11:00 AM Pit Gates Open
12:00 PM Rotating Practice
-SK Light Modified
-NEMA
-NEMA Lite
-SK Modified
1:00 PM Grandstands Open
2:00-3:00 PM Valenti Modified Racing Series (1-Hour Open Practice)
3:00-4:00 PM ISMA Super Modified Practice (1-Hour Open Practice)
4:30 PM Drivers Meeting (NWAAS teams)
5:00 PM Qualifying Races
-SK Modified (10 laps)
-NEMA (10 laps)
-ISMA Super Modified (12 laps)
-SK Light Modified (10 laps)
-Valenti Modified Racing Series (12 laps)
-NEMA Consi (if needed) (12 laps)
-ISMA Consi (if needed) (10 laps)
-Valenti Modified Racing Series Consi (if needed) (15 laps)
6:20 PM Autograph Session: ISMA NEMA, VMRS (behind grandstands)
6:30 PM National Anthem
6:35 PM Feature Events
-SK Modified (35 laps)
-NEMA (25 laps)
-NEMA Lite (25 laps)
-ISMA Super Modified (50 laps)
-SK Lite Modified (25 laps)
-Valenti Modified Racing Series (100 laps)

 

11:32

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11:32

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11:31

It’s a great day for racing here in Waterford, Conn. After a heavy rain storm impacted the racing action in the Northeast region on Friday night, the forecast looks fantastic for today’s event here at Waterford Speebowl. Temperatures are currently in the high-60’s with blue skies hovering high above the 3/8th mile oval.

 

11:30

Good morning and welcome to Waterford Speedbowl for the 6th Annual Wings N’ Wheels event featuring the Valenti Modified Racing Series, ISMA Super Modifieds, NEMA, NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modifieds, and more.

 

11:29

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