Glen Reen DQ’ed From Sunday Stafford SK Mod Finish; Track Safety Manger Jimmy Milo Resigns

Stafford Motor Speedway SK Modified driver Glen Reen was disqualified from this third place finishing position in Sunday’s 40-lap feature for the division at the season-ending CarQuest Fall Final event.

Reen, of Wilbrhaham, Mass., was penalized for violating the track’s rules concerning cylinder heads.

A release from the track cited rule 20E-5.6 of the 2012 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified rulebook stating: “Cylinder Heads (All other head modifications ARE NOT ALLOWED including but not limited to: porting, polishing or ANY grinding in ports or combustion chambers, chemical milling, glass beading or removal of any flashing or casting marks.).”

The violation was discovered in a post-race inspection after Sunday’s event, which was won by Eric Berndt of Cromwell.

The disqualification moved Brian Sullivan of South Windsor up to third place in the event.

Jimmy Milo, longtime senior manager in charge of safety at Stafford Speedway, confirmed that he resigned his position at the track following yesterday’s event. Milo said he is planning on relocating.

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