Timmy Solomito Leads The Way In Whelen Mod Tour NAPA Spring Sizzler Practice At Stafford

Timmy Solomito  (Photo: Getty Images for NASCAR)

Timmy Solomito (Photo: Getty Images for NASCAR)

STAFFORD – Timmy Solomito left the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season opening Icebreaker 150 on April 10 at Thompson Speedway as the top dog of the series.

And that momentum of his first career victory carried right into the opening round of Whelen Modified Tour practice Saturday in preparation for Sunday’s NAPA Spring Sizzler 200 at Stafford Motor Speedway.

Solomito, of Islip, N.Y., led the way in the first of two Whelen Modified Tour practices Saturday at Stafford.

Solomito had a fast lap of 18.127 seconds (99.299 mph).

Todd Szegedy of Ridgefield, who is running part-time this season for Rob Fuller Motorsports, was second fastest with a fast lap of 18.165 seconds (99.092). Szegedy was not in the lineup at the Icebreaker.

Eric Goodale of Riverhead, N.Y. was third fastest at 18.184 seconds (98.988 mph). Rowan Pennink of Huntingdon Valley, Pa. (18.200 seconds, 98.901 mph) was fourth fastest during the session.

Ted Christopher of Plainville, who is driving part-time with the series this year and did not run the opener at Thompson, was fifth during the practice at 18.224 seconds (98.771).

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