Stafford Notes: Jay Goff Grabs SK Light Modified Victory; Adam Gray Tops Late Models

SMS-LOGO-HOME-PAGE-2012STAFFORD – Jay Goff has been looking for a light at the end of the tunnel taking him to some positives for the 2014 season.

Friday at Stafford Motor Speedway that light shown on him in the best way possible.

Goff, of Stafford, rolled to victory in the 20-lap SK Light Modified feature Friday at Stafford.

It was the first victory of the season for Goff.

“[Before the race] we looked at the front end and we had a bad spring and a bad shock,” Goff said. “We changed everything. Made some huge adjustments on the car and the car was fast. We certainly needed it. It’s been a terrible year.”

Geoff Boisjolie of East Hampton was second and Joey Ferrigno of East Hartford third.

Goff went by Boisjolie on lap 15 off of turn four and then held on through two late restarts to win.

In the 30-lap Late Model feature it was Adam Gray of Belchertown, Mass. winning for the fourth time this season.

Kyle Casagrande of Stafford was second and Tom Fearn of East Longmeadow, Mass. third.

Andrew Hayes got his fourth victory of the season in the 20-lap Limited Late Model feature. Duane Provost of Springfield, Mass. was second and Jesse Hinze of Farmington third.

Alexandra Fearn of East Longmeadow, Mass. scored her second victory of the season in the 15-lap DARE Stock feature. Frank L’Etoile Jr. of Farmingtonw was second and Jeff Jolly of Farmington third.

Cory DiMatteo of Farmington won the 20-lap Legends feature. Teddy Hodgdon of Danbury was second and Kyle Rogers of Waterbury third.

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  1. Tom Fox did it again. He did it last week during the SK Lite race and now this week during the Dare Stock race. After a caution, there was a restart. The 93 was running third. In turn 2 he spun his car and then took off. This caused a bunch of cars behind him to take evasive action and they all got tangled up. A couple of those cars near the back were penalized, but the 93 was allowed to resume the race in the third position. This is so wrong it is unbelievable. He causes a massive wreck on the track and just because he never stopped on the track, he is able to continue in his original position? This rule or whatever it is needs to be thrown in the trash right now. I have been in agreement with Tom Fox on his calls all season up until now.
    A few laps later in the same race, Tom black flagged the 5 car for contact with the 93 sending it spinning into the infield and bringing out another caution. The 5 was sent to the rear of the field for rough riding. The whole problem with this call was that it was the 2 car that hit the 93 not the 5. I need an instant replay.

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