Jacob Perry Wins New England Racing Fuel Support Performer Of The Week Award

He might drive a Mini Stock, but there’s nothing little about how Jacob Perry gets things done off the track in support of his racing career.

The Pawcatuck teenager has become a master of promotion of short track racing and an example of what all short track drivers should look to for ways to support and grow the sport in today’s electronic age.

So it comes as no surprise that when the Perry fanbase is called upon for support of their driver, they get the job done.

That was the case again this week for Perry, who ran away from the field in dominating the voting for the New England Racing Fuel Support Performer of the Week Award.

Perry, who got his first win of the season in Saturday’s Mini Stock feature at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl, garnered 146 of 247 votes cast this week (59.1 percent).

Monte Gibbs, winner of the Limited Sportsman feature at the Speedbowl Saturday, was a distant second in the polling with 43 votes (17.4 percent).

Perry will receive a $20 certificate for race fuel from New England Racing Fuel.

The final voting results for this week are listed below.

NE Racing Fuel Support Performer Award

2017 New England Racing Fuel Support Performer of the Week Award Winners

July 19: Jacob Perry 

July 12: RJ Surdell

July 5: Dennis Charette

June 28: Glen Reen

June 21: Ray Parent

June 14: Johnny Walker 

June 7: Joey Ferrigno

May 24: Zack Robinson

May 17: Cory DiMatteo 

2016 New England Racing Fuel Support Performer of the Week Award Winners

April 10: Tony Membrino Jr.

April 27: Alexandra Fearn

May 11: Tony Membrino Jr.

May 25: Tony Membrino Jr.

June 1: Woody Pitkat

June 8: Phil Jacques

June 15: Tony Membrino Jr.

June 22: Brent Gleason

June 29: Kevin Gambacorta

July 13: Joey Ferrigno

July 20: Jacob Perry

July 27: Al Stone III

Aug. 3: Daniel Wesson

Aug. 10: Marcello Rufrano

Aug. 17: Wayne Burroughs Jr.

Aug. 24: Joey Ferrigno

Aug. 31: Jacob Perry

Sept. 7: Jacob Perry

Sept. 14: Bryan Narducci

Sept. 21: Glen Reen 

Oct. 12: Tony Membrino Jr.

Oct. 19: Phil Jacques

Nov. 2: Tony Membrino Jr. 


  1. Of course he won the race he started on the front row

  2. Bella,That is a ridiculous comment.Pole sitters are run over and passed far more likely than they are guaranteed a win.Jacob is a talented,considerate driver with excellent reflexes and equipment;that is how he won.

  3. He didn’t start on the front row, were you even there?

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