Reliving The SK Modified Controversy Of Saturday Night At The Waterford Speedbowl

It was an evening that went from fairy tale to nightmare for Waterford Speedbowl SK Modified division driver Keith Rocco Saturday at the Waterford Speedbowl.

Rocco, nursing an injured left wrist, arranged to have NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour points leader Doug Coby drive his car in relief of him so that Rocco could try to remain in contention for another Whelen All-American Series national short track championship.

The plans seemed to fall into place perfect, a caution on the first lap of the SK Modified feature allowed a driver change from Rocco to Coby and then Coby came storming from the back of the field to win the race.

But not so fast, instead of Rocco being credited with the win as the starter of the race, it was deemed that he did not complete one lap at the track and as rules involving a driver change state must happen and Coby was awarded the victory.

And documenting all the goings on Saturday was the crew from Sid’s View. So check out below what happened Saturday night at the Speedbowl.

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