Stafford Notes: Zack Robinson Bounces Back In DARE Stock; Bryan Narducci Tops Limited Late Models

Zack Robinson

Zack Robinson

Zack Robinson put a rough week in the DARE Stock division at Stafford Motor Speedway behind him in style Friday night.

After getting involved in a wreck and finishing 11th last week, Robinson bounced back by winning Friday’s 15-lap DARE Stock feature at Stafford Motor Speedway.

“After last week this run was really good for us actually,” Robinson said. “Last week I went to the outside on the first lap and really probably shouldn’t have. … It was a racing incident. But the time and effort that we put into the car this week, I guess it all pays off. I don’t know if it’s something about wrecking, but last time I wrecked we came back and did the same thing.”

It was the second victory of the season for Robinson of Putnam. He led every lap on Friday.

“I just feel good,” Robinson said. “The things been good all day, right from the start. I don’t even know who to thank for this one. We’ve all put so much time and effort into it over this week after the end of last week. The stagger’s been right on all day. The setup, just everything. I’ve just got to thank the crew.”

Dan Dembek of Hamden, Mass. was second and Johnny Walker of Ludlow, Mass. third.

Rookie Bryan Narducci scored his second career victory in the 20-lap Limited Late Model feature.

“The car was just perfect,” Narducci said. “I worked my way through and it stuck everytime I put the gas to the floor. I’ve got thank [crew chief] Todd Owen for that. The car was absolutely flawless, as it’s been pretty much all year. I’m just finally driving it right.”

Albert Saunders of Stafford was second and Duane Provost of Springfield, Mass. third.

Tom Butler of Stafford scored his 30th career victory in the 30-lap Late Model feature.

Joel Monahan of Whately, Mass. was second and Glen Reen of Wilbraham, Mass. third.

Daniel Wesson of Monson, Mass. got his fourth win of the season in the 20-lap SK Light Modified feature.

Wes Prucker of Stafford was second and Tony Membrino Jr. of Berlin third.


  1. Go, go , go , Bryan !

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