RaceDayCT Weekend Recap

Another weekend jam packed with racing action and stories from Southern New England and beyond.

Check out below for the weekend recap from RaceDayCT.

Ron Silk celebrates victory in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Stafford 150 at Stafford Speedway (Photo: Fran Lawlor/RaceDayCT)

Smooth Move: Ron Silk Uses Late Blast To Win Whelen Mod Tour Stafford 150

Doug Coby (Photo: Fran Lawlor/RaceDayCT)

No Muffler Needed: Villifying Doug Coby For Demonstrating Passion Is A Bad Look

Keith Rocco celebrates victory in the SK Modified feature Friday at Stafford Speedway (Photo: Fran Lawlor/RaceDayCT)

Last To First: Keith Rocco Bounces Back From Rough Week With SK Modified Win At Stafford

Keith Rocco celebrates victory in the SK Modified feature Sunday at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Shawn Courchesne/RaceDayCT)

Winning Focus: Keith Rocco Victorious In SK Modified Feature At Thompson Speedway

Unmuffled Episode 57 With Rob Fuller, Ryan Stone, Doug Coby And Nicole LaRose

Tom Fearn celebrates victory in the Late Model feature Friday at Stafford Speedway (Photo: Fran Lawlor/RaceDayCT)

Stafford Notes: Tom Fearn Gets Seventh Late Model Win; Matt Clement Tops Limited Late Models

NEAR Hall Of Fame 2019 Class To Include Mike Joy, Ed Flemke Jr. And Brad Lafontaine

Tommy Silva celebrates victory in the Mini Stock feature Sunday at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Kyle Souza/Thompson Speedway)

Thompson Notes: Tommy Silva Gets Long Awaited Mini Stock Victory

Tony Ricci Tops Valenti Modified Racing Series In Front Of Hometown Crowd At Beech Ridge

Kyle Soper Back To Victory Lane In Modified At Riverhead Raceway

Freeview Doug Coby Unmuffled Quickcast

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  1. Many of us make references to the old days when drivers were all grown men, colorful, emotional and the racing unpredictable and at times brutal. The pits a boiling cauldron of emotion and bad blood just waiting to boil over.
    Wait a minute. Isn’t that what we have now.
    Over the last few weeks we’ve seen a series of penalties at Stafford for on and off track misdeeds. Drivers on probation for on track rough housing, a mad victory lane intruder, black flags after multiple on track offenses. Police intervention for violation of a protective court order, a fine for a safety violation, multiple fights including spitting of all things and foul language over the PA. Spitting……….are you kidding me?
    The teams could use a time out via a rain out in my view to mellow out a bit. Yet like last year the season is chugging along relentlessly with no rain outs after the start of the season and no rest for the weekly grind of prepping, racing their cars not to mention the expense. .Fridays weather at this stage sunny and perfect racing conditions.
    I’d like to see all the poor behavior include headlines and the inevitable hyperbolic reaction like the Coby incident generated. Heck that was tame compared to some of the other stuff. On the other hand banner headlines is a loser in that they would create all kinds of bad feelings across the board so best the track management low key it, get by it and move on to the extent possible
    Just don’t tell me these aren’t like the good old days in many ways.

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