Stafford Notes: Back To The Front For Tom Fearn In Late Model

Tom Fearn celebrates victory in the Late Model feature Friday at Stafford Speedway (Photo: Jim Dupont)

Tom Fearn got back on track to start a new streak Friday at Stafford Motor Speedway.

On June 29 Albert Saunders scored his first Late Model victory at Stafford, in the process snapping Fearn’s record streak of six consecutive wins in the division.

Friday at Stafford Fearn got back to chasing records again.

Fearn, of East Longmeadow, Mass., scored victory in the 30-lap Late Model feature Friday at Stafford.

“There was a lot of pressure put on us to keep it going,” Fearn said of the record streak. “It was kind of a relief in a way. … Tonight we were real good again. Got to the front fairly early and just maintained my pace there.”

It was the seventh victory of the season for Fearn.

“Back to our winning ways here,” Fearn said. “Try to start another streak. We just had a good car. My crew works very hard on this thing, along with me. Tomorrow morning we’ll be right there working on it again getting things ready for next week.”

Glen Reen of Wilbraham, Mass. was second and Tyler Leary of Hatfield, Mass. third.

Jeremy Lavoie of Windsor Locks got his sixth victory of the season in the 20-lap Limited Late Model feature.

Justin Bren of Monson, Mass. was second and Andy Marchese of Tolland third.

George Bessette Jr. of Danbury topped the field in the 20-lap Street Stock feature.

Johnny Walker of Ludlow, Mass. was second and Jason Lafayette of Somers third.


  1. Here we go again. Wonder what the record is for most wins in a single season in the late morning.

  2. Stuart Fearn says

    That would be 10, set in 2015 by Tom Fearn.
    No rain this year has certainly helped. In 2015 we got on a tear and won every race in August then not one again for the rest of the year possibly, not exactly sure right now. Staying on top of things each and every week is how it’s done.

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