Andrew Molleur Stripped Of SK Light Mod Win, All Points At New London-Waterford Speedbowl

Andrew Molleur celebrates after winning the SK Light Modified feature at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl on July 2

Andrew Molleur celebrates after winning the SK Light Modified feature at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl on July 2

The historic record of all-time winners at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl has one less driver on it as of today.

New London-Waterford Speedbowl general manager Shawn Monahan confirmed to RaceDayCT that Andrew Molleur will be stripped of his victory in the July 2 SK Light Modified feature at the track.

Monahan also said Molleur will be stripped of the 141 points he accumulated in starts during the 2016 season at the track.

Molleur has been at the center of controversy at the track since the victory when it came to light that there were questions concerning his age.

“Definite at this point is that Andrew Molleur will be stripped of all of his points for 2016 and stripped of that win as if it never took place,” Monahan said.

In applying for his 2016 NASCAR License Molleur was listed as having a birthdate of March 15, 2001, which would have made him 15 years old at the time of the victory. Numerous stories by multiple media outlets over the past five years indicate that Molleur is likely actually 13 years old.

After a nearly month-long investigation NASCAR on Monday announced that Molleur was being suspended indefinitely for providing false information on a NASCAR license application.

The minimum age to secure the NASCAR “Learner’s Permit” license Molleur acquired for the 2016 season is 14. Molleur also got the same license last year.

Molleur’s father Mike Molleur continues to insist that his son is 15 years old and said he has sent a birth certificate to NASCAR. NASCAR officials made their decision to suspend Andrew Molleur indefinitely after Mike Molleur had provided them with that birth certificate. NASCAR officials would not elaborate publicly on the findings of their investigation concerning that birth certificate.

Monahan said at this point track officials are not sure how they will record the race and if Corey Barry, who finished second that night, will be awarded the victory.

“At this point the only thing that NASCAR has done is removed all of [Andrew Molleur’s] points, which includes taking the win away, and that’s also what we’re doing,” Monahan said. “It’s not like somebody had an illegal car or their actions during the race caused something. It’s something [NASCAR has] never dealt with before so I think they want to make sure it’s in line with anything for the future. I think it would be fair to give Corey his bonus points and I will lean in that direction if I have a say. But I just want to be in line with NASCAR and what they decide to do.”

Molleur has also made five starts this year in the SK Light Modified division at Stafford Motor Speedway and one start at Thompson Speedway.

A NASCAR official confirmed that in the eyes of the sanctioning body Molleur never competed legally this year and thus will not have any NASCAR points from any tracks. It’s at each track’s discretion how to handle their own track points. Tom Fox, Stafford Motor Speedway director of racing operations and competition, said the track has not decided yet how it will handle the points Molleur accumulated there this year. Thompson Speedway does not keep point standings for their SK Light Modified division.


  1. If this kid is 13 the Dad should be put in jail

  2. He was only 6 months old
    Now that’s talent

  3. Fred Ragers says

    HA HA, liar

  4. Fred Ragers says

    HA HA, liar

  5. Whoa!!!! Now this is an existential threat to American exceptionalism!!!

    😝 😜 😛 😎

    It might be a few years before they are ever granted a NASCAR license.

    Seriously, who cares about points. It was proven that the kid had no place being there. He is disqualified because he is under age. Points were rendered null when the kid was determined to be under age and effectively disqualified entirely. The kid’s record simply does not exist, had no place being there.

  6. Does he have to give the money back ? Good luck with that one … What a circus .

  7. Liz Cherokee says

    He should have checked the Naitive American box instead!

  8. Crazy in NY says

    Holy sheet
    NASCAR gets something right
    Who’da thunk it?

  9. What’s a couple years,you here bigger lies every day from people that want to be president

  10. It got the attention of Sirius XM Nascar channel. The afternoon host Dave Moody was discussing this and a story about a 13 year old that was forced to sit out the rest of the season at Berlin Raceway in Michigan. Apparently, the track allowed drivers as young as 10 years old to race prior to becoming a NASCAR sanctioned track for the 2016 season.

  11. Have your gold fish crackers and take a nap with your binky..

  12. We are evolving, more of us are getting spines.

  13. Wow… In a way I really feel bad for Andrew…only because his Daddy raised him and taught him it’s OK to lie and decieve people for his own personel gain… Hopefully by this Andrew may learn a valuable life lesson… That even if Daddy says it’s OK.. It’s not OK to lie… I especially feel bad for Al W in the 28… The poor Kid who’s family works tiresly on the car to get him to the track only to have it destroyed by a 13 Y/o old’s adolesent mistske who had no business being there… Being there because his Dad is a self centered egostical tool bag who thinks of no one but himself… A tool bag that should drive to Al W’s home in Westwood MA, knock on the door, apologize and hand him an envelope w/ about $5k for damages…. Think he will??? Na…. He’s to busy thinking of another way to decieve and defraud us… JERK!!!!

  14. SKL Fan Stop sniffling !! It’s racing. I have never seen someone pay for another racers damage. If that was the case the whole SKL field at Stafford would owe you money since you wreck almost every week with other cars

  15. Faux SKL, underage is not racing.

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