Wallingford driver Keith Rocco is already a proven dominant force in the SK Modified divisions at all three NASCAR Whelen All-American Series tracks in Connecticut
Could plans be in place to expand that statewide prowess to Late Model division action too?
Late Model team owner Scott Fearn doesn’t have an exact plan in place just yet, but he’s making the moves for expansion.
Last year, in the team’s first full-time year of competition at Waterford, Rocco drove to 12 victories and a runaway championship for Fearn’s Clarence Realty Racing team.
Now it looks like the horizons could be broadening for the outfit.
Fearn said he has purchased a second American-Canadian Tour legal Late Model, the type legal at Waterford and Thompson Speedway, and he has also acquired a Stafford Motor Speedway legal Late Model.
Fearn said running for championships at multiple tracks with Rocco could be a possibility in the near future.
“I’m not sure what we’re going to do at this point,” Fearn said. “We might just run all three places, who knows. We have the equipment to do it now.”