Andrew Molleur Gets First Speedbowl SK Modified Win; Jacob Perry Grabs First SK Light Mod Victory

Youth was served in the Modified division ranks of the New London-Waterford Speedbowl Saturday with a pair of teenager getting first time wins in the SK Modified and SK Light Modified divisions. 

It was 17-year old Andrew Molleur of Shelton scoring his first career Speedbowl SK Modified win in the 35-lap feature for the division. 

Timmy Jordan was second and Kyle James third. 

Molleur used a last lap move under Jordan to wrestle the lead away.

In the 25-lap SK Light Modified feature it was 19-year old Jacob Perry of Pawtucket getting his victory in the division. 

Tyler Barry was second Jason Chapman third. 

Jason Palmer of Berlin was victorious in the 30-lap Late Model feature. 

Ryan Morgan was second and Charlie Rose third. 

Mark Panaroni topped the field in the 46-lap John Curry Memorial Mini Stock feature. Doug Curry was second and Jared Roy third. 

Al Stone III of Durham won the 25-lap Sportsman feature. It was the 55th career Sportsman victory for Stone, who is the division’s all-time winningest driver. 


  1. 🌈🦄2020 says

    The year of the last lap bump and run continues. If Jordan gets the chance I’m sure the favor will be returned. Jordan is a class act for sure though. You could tell he was a bit pissed during podium interviews. But he kept calm and only had good things to say about Andrew and his family. In a roundabout way saying the old man got beat by the young kid. What an amazing tribute to Doug Curry Sr. I think it was 22 mini stocks to take the green. Awesome to see Mike Serluke as the grand marshal with a very heart felt speech. And he’s right that Curry would have been amazed to see how far the bowl has come. Good to see Hadley running up front in his first bowl late model start. His street stock broke yet again. Extremely scary late model wreck. Hope everyone was ok. Congrats to Perry on his first modified win. Tyler Barry with his second place finish was pretty cool too. He may be due for a win soon. Can’t wait for the Potter race next week. I hear Dick Williams is somehow involved, it’s always a good thing with his name attached to a race. I know the track would probably want to have their own concessions in the future but with the food trucks they’ve been having, I have never had as good of a meal as I have been having at a track.

  2. Congrats on the win! Lets hope its the first of many more this year. glad you got the car fixed after getting wrecked in the heat race. Fine young man.

  3. The racing was great – just too many divisions for a day of racing – practice started at 1:00 sk feature over at 8:30. 7 hrs is just too long to be at a race track. Yeah it’s ok if you get to race in the first 4 races but not ok if u are racing the last 4

  4. Very good SK feature – last lap pass by Moeller for the win, after Jordan had passed James (who looked very strong for most of the race) a few laps earlier. The Bowl is obviously boosting the back gate by running 8 divisions each week. 5 or 6 would be more user friendly, but less lucrative for the track.

  5. Viva race fan says

    Hadley really ?? Junked another car . 1 day this kid is taken a big ride. Think he wrecked the wrong guy . This kid does not belong on a track. He’s dangerous to all around him.

  6. Congrats Jacob!!

  7. You’re wasting your time on that snarky political crap 2020. Your insights on the racing action at the Speedbowl are outstanding.

  8. Great race kid! Guess your learning something from Rocco. That’s just how he would do it.

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