Penalties Handed Down At Waterford Speedbowl For Issues From Saturday Event

Management at the Waterford Speedbowl announced a number of penalties Tuesday for issues involving incidents on and off the track during Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series event.

Track owner and race director Terry Eame said Scott Fearn, owner of the No. 1 Late Model team has been suspended from the pit area and any involvement with any race car at the facility for six events and has been fined $500.

The No. 1 Late Model team will have to start last in the next two features at Waterford and the entire team is on probation for the remainder of the season. The penalties for the No. 1 team are for violence in the pit area.

Fearn was arrested Saturday for punching a member of Late Model driver Rich Staskowski’s crew following the Late Model feature. Fearn accused Staskowski of intentionally wrecking his car, which is driven by Keith Rocco.

Staskowski, who went on to finish second in the feature Saturday after the incident with Rocco, was fined $450 and docked 48 points in the standings and put on probation for four weeks for contact with other cars on the track.

The penalty is equivalent to the purse and point earned by Staskowski Saturday. The points penalty drops Staskowski from second in the division standings, eight points behind Rocco, to 10th in the standings.

Street Stock drivers Ted Dupre and Phil Evans were put on probation for two events for intentional contact on the track and verbal abuse/threatening activity in the pits.

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  1. let the boys have at it

  2. Tara Meclothsoff says

    first question…. where that fine $$$ go? LOL

  3. money should go to the other cars in the event.

  4. Terry’s debt payments.

  5. Maybe pay some drivers from the final race of last year.

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