Thompson Notes: Bryan Narducci Remains Perfect In SK Light Modified At Thompson

Bryan Narducci celebrates victory in the SK Light Modified feature Saturday at Thompson Speedway

THOMPSON – Keeping a perfect record alive at Thompson Speedway ensured a perfect weekend of racing for Bryan Narducci Saturday in Thompson.

Narducci, of Colchester, rolled to a dominant victory in the 20-lap SK Light Modified feature Saturday at Thompson Speedway.

It was Narducci’s third victory in three starts in the division at Thompson dating back to the Sunoco World Series season finale in Oct. 2017. Narducci also won at the Icebreaker at Thompson in April.

Narducci said the .625-mile high-banked oval at Thompson fits well with his driving style.

“You can drive it in pretty hard and you can still stand on the gas,” Narducci said. “I like to do that. I just love this place. It’s just awesome.”

The victory completed a perfect weekend of racing for Narducci, who scored victory in the 20-lap SK Light Modified feature Friday at Stafford Motor Speedway. Narducci said he got home after 4 a.m. after changing over his race winning car from Stafford in preparation for Thompson.

“That’s pretty cool,” Narducci said. “I never even dreamed a couple years ago that I would ever be in a Modified let alone win two races in a row and be three-for-three at Thompson.”

Shawn Monahan scored his second victory of the season in the 20-lap Limited Sportsman feature.

Chris Meyer of Norwich was second and Larry Barnett of Moosup third.

Wayne Burroughs Jr. drove away from the field to win in dominating fashion in the 15-lap Mini Stock feature.

Eric Bourgeois of East Haddam was second and Dave Trudeau of Mansfield third.

Ryan Morgan of Mystic got his second win of the season in the 25-lap Late Model feature.

William Wall of Shrewsbury, Mass. was second and Mark Jenison of Warwick, R.I. third.

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Comments

  1. Shawn,
    Do you know why the schedule was changed around? It was posted vintage Modifieds, SK Light and then late models but the late models went out first.

  2. LM,

    I have no idea why the schedule was changed.

  3. humphry says:

    Does it really matter why the schedule was changed as long as all divisions that were advertised raced. Just be happy they got everything in as promised and you got what you paid for.

  4. (LM) Pretty sure Mark Jenison#22 car was able to make the feature at Seekonk that night.

  5. Makes me wonder says:

    Three motors from the top 5 were found big on compression and were given a free pass. Wow. Not a wise move on Thompsons part.

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