New London-Waterford Speedbowl Tentative 2017 Schedule Announced



New London-Waterford Speedbowl officials announced Tuesday a tentative 24-event NASCAR Whelen All-American Series schedule for the 2017 season.

The scheduled is highlighted by a May 6-7 Blastoff weekend event.

The season will close with an Oct. 20-22 Bemers Big Show weekend at the track.

As previously announced by NASCAR, the track will host the Whelen Modified Tour on July 22.

The Valenti Modified Racing Series will highlight the track’s annual Wings and Wheels program on Aug. 12, which will also include the International Super Modified Association. The Valenti Modified Racing Series will also compete at the track on June 24.

The Tri-Track Open Modified Series will make two stops at the track in 2017. The division will run Aug. 23 and also as part of the Bemers Big Show weekend.

The track will also host a number of other touring divisions during the season including the NEMA Midgets, NEMA Lites, the North East Mini Stock Tour, the New England Pro Four Modifeds, the Mr. Rooter New England Truck Series, the Granite State Pro Stock Series and the Modified Touring Series.

Complete 2017 New London-Waterford Speedbowl Schedule

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  1. Any word on Season Passes??????

  2. Is the June 24 VMRS event shown in the Speedbowl schedule for real?

  3. Fast Eddie says:

    Rafter, I hope so!

  4. Got the schedule however can’t find the car registration or driver reg. any idea? thanks

  5. Got the schedules however can’t find the driver car registration or number reg. forms any ideas?

  6. I see that the VMRS web site now acknowledges the Speedbowl event as part of its (now) 12 race schedule for 2017. Initially, a 10 race schedule (without the Bowl or NHMS) was announced.

  7. Check their Facebook page… they had it all there

  8. Number reg. form is on speedbowl website

  9. I like the switch back to Wednesdays, smart move. I wish they were able to bring back the ACT late models, always a great show. It seems Speedbowl and Stafford aren’t able to bring in this division and I don’t understand why? I would love to see them race at Stafford for sure. Other than that looks like a great year as long as the place is run correctly.

  10. has their been a new g.m. person named yet?

  11. Mike, Stafford won’t have the ACT series because it would put their Late Model division to shame.

  12. What? You base this educated opinion on what?More money in cars doesn’t always equal faster. Some might say that years of driving the same track might be more important. You really think that’s the reason or could it be they know the money they need to bring the ACT cars here doesn’t equal butts in the seats.

  13. DougDaCheater says:

    Stafford late models could be the stupidest racing division in the country. They are nothing more than super street late model wanna be cars that can only pass each other by running into the side of one another. Its not 1995 anymore G-body Frames are now 30+ years old. Making a Tubular chassis using a 30 year old design is even stupider. Lets get real 90% of late models in New England are ACT cars with sealed crate motors that can last 2 seasons and cost 5500 dollars. why would anyone bother with a “Vintage” late model division.

  14. just wondering says:

    Why does an article about the Speedbowl’s 2017 schedule have to be turned into a bash Stafford and their Late Model division. I’m guessing the reason Stafford does not have an ACT date is the same as a lot of tracks, maybe it just doesn’t make sense to bring high price full-fendered touring divisions if they don’t draw fans as well as the open wheel modifieds four touring series.

  15. Syrautil18 says:

    Stafford late models racing is some of the toughest racing out there. There car counts aren’t as bad as some tracks and the price for a winning stafford late model is about half of an act car. The spec engine with the best parts can be built for well under 8000. I’ve raced everything from a dirt street stock to a superlate and I have mad respect for the stafford late models. That’s why you see some modified drivers wanting to drive. It’s physical and fun. Late model car counts are down all over. I think you will see a good field with a lot of competition there in 2017.

  16. Shawn. Any truth to the rumor of Woody Pitkat driving a Late Model at Thompson this season

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