Josh Galvin Wins Second Consecutive Street Stock Feature At Waterford Speedbowl

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Editor’s Note: After this story was published, Josh Galvin was disqualified from victory following post race tech inspection.

WATERFORD – Josh Galvin has found a new part in his Street Stock this year at the Waterford Speedbowl: The Easy Button.

Galvin, of Franklin, passed Al Stone III on the outside on lap 12 and rolled to his second consecutive victory in the 25-lap Street Stock feature Saturday at the Waterford Speedbowl.

“It’s almost too easy to drive it,” Galvin said of his car Saturday.

Stone, of Durham, was second and Norm Root Jr. of Old Saybrook third.

“Normally we try some ridiculous setups, sometimes they work, sometimes they’re just horrible,” Galvin said. “We went with more conventional. It’s boring for me, but it’s just so easy to drive. The car has such good balance. It’s the best car I’ve ever driven. I hope we can keep it together.

“When you’ve got a chassis that’s that balanced, the margin of error is so big that you can miss a little bit and you’re still going to be there. A mistake doesn’t show up.”

Galvin has two victories and a fourth place finish in three events this year.

“I’m not going to say it’s a dream come true,” Galvin said of winning two in a row. “But wins don’t get old.”

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