Icebreaker Notes: Bryan Narducci Remains Perfect In SK Light Mod At Thompson

Bryan Narducci celebrates victory in the SK Light Modified feature Saturday at the Icebreaker at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Jim DuPont/RaceDayCT)

THOMPSON – Saturday at Thompson Speedway Bryan Narducci made his fifth career start in the SK Light Modified division at the historic facility. 

He also got his fifth consecutive victory. 

Perfection has been the calling card of Narducci at Thompson since he made his first start at the track at the Sunoco World Series to close out the 2017 season at Thompson. Last year he won all three SK Light Modified features at the track. 

And the theme of perfection remained at the Icebreaker Saturday. 

Narducci, of Colchester, went to the lead past Teddy Hodgon on the opening lap and led the rest of the way to win the 20-lap SK Light Modified feature. 

“It’s pretty awesome,” Narducci said of the streak. “I never thought that would ever happen. That’s really cool. But it will sure be pretty disappointing if we do lose one. 

“The car was perfect last weekend [in open practice], all weekend this weekend. I can’t thank Todd Owen, Butch Shea and all the guys for putting all the hard work into this car and getting it as fast as it is.” 

Hodgdon, of Danbury, was second. Alexander Pearl of Salem was third. 

“[Hodgdon] was real good,” Narducci said. “I just drove down into [turn] one as hard as I could and it stuck. We ended up clearing him down the backstretch and the thing was real good.” 

John Zych Jr. of Mendon, Mass. won the 20-lap NEMA Lites feature. Jake Trainor of Medway, Mass. was second and Richie Coy of Haskell, N.J. third. 

Alby Ovitt of Harrington, Mass. passed Shawn Monahan of Waterford on the final lap to win the 35-lap Exit Reality Sportsman feature. 

“There was no way in hell I was going to let him beat me,” Ovitt said. 

Jimmy Renfrew Jr. of Candia, N.H. was third. 


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  1. Hillary 2020 says:

    I heard Monahan got the win after Ovitt got dq’d.

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