Eric Goodale Scores John Blewett III Memorial Win At New Smyrna World Series

Eric Goodale (Photo: Tim Bradbury/Getty Images for NASCAR)

Eric Goodale (Photo: Tim Bradbury/Getty Images for NASCAR)

For the second year in a row the celebration of the legendary status of John Blewett III in a Modified meant celebration of victory for Eric Goodale.

Goodale, of Riverhead, N.Y., held off Ryan Preece over the closing laps to win the John Blewett III Memorial 76 Tour Type Modified feature at the World Series of Asphalt Stock Racing at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway.

It was the second consecutive year that Blewett has won the John Blewett Memorial event at the New Smyrna World Series.

Preece, of Berlin, held on for second. Justin Bonsignore of Holtsville, N.Y. was third.

According to The Chrome Horn, Goodale passed Austin Pickens for the lead on a restart on lap 51 and never trailed again.

It was the second Tour Type Modified event of the World Series. Ron Silk of Norwalk won the first event of the week on Tuesday. Monday’s original opener was rained out.


  1. The 6 must have had another motor issue last night since he finished 2nd AGAIN!

  2. Maybe someone is just FASTER than him.

  3. Goodale looked pretty good, fast and turned well.

    The 6 was not up to expectations.

    This could be an interesting ….

  4. crazy larry says

    The 6 was spun a round,with that new Troyer chassis. looks more time is needed to dial it in still early yet ! FOR someone that was leaving the tour and getting out, with that said, the squeaky wheel always gets the grease good luck ed!

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