Jason Palmer, Shawn Monahan, Wayne Burroughs Jr. And Doug Curry Clinch Speedbowl Titles Sunday

Jason Palmer of Berlin used a 10th place finish in the 30-lap Late Model feature Sunday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl to secure his second championship in the division.

Palmer also won a Late Model title in 2015. 

Palmer became the sixth driver in Speedbowl history to win at least six track titles, joining Rocco, Dennis Gada, Bob Potter, Phil Rondeau and Allen Coates. Palmer won Wednesday night Legends championships in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and won a Saturday Legends title in 2009. 

Derek Gluchaki won the 30-lap Late Model feature Sunday. Tyler Tomassi was second and Ryan Morgan third. Morgan ended up six points behind Palmer in second place in the Late Model standings. 

Shawn Monahan of Waterford used a fifth place finish in the 25-lap Sportsman feature to clinch the division’s title. Monahan also won the Sportsman title in 2001, marking the longest span (19 years) in track history between division titles by one driver. 

Jason Chicolas won Sunday’s Sportsman feature with Al Stone III finishing second and Brandon Plemons third. 

Doug Curry of Groton used a third place finish in the 25-lap Mini Stock feature Sunday to clinch that division’s title. Mark Panaroni won the event with Charles Canfield finishing second. Curry edged Canfield in the final standings by six points. 

Wayne Burroughs Jr. of Oakdale used a third place finish in the 25-lap SK Light Modified feature to clinch his first championship in the division at the Speedbowl. Robert Bloxsom III won the feature with Jason Chapman finishing second.


  1. Is it true that a ford won the late model race hopefully the Chevy crybabies don’t start asking for a weight brake or for a plate at every track they race at. FORD POWER

  2. 🌈🦄2020 says

    Another wild finish in the late models. Gluchaki was not going to settle for second no matter what. Last race of the year, no retaliation next week. Might as well go for it. Congrats to gentleman Jay on his second win in a row. The guy is the cleanest driver out there, and that’s not easy in the street stocks. Looking forward to smactoberfest with the big money street stock race. Not a big pro stock fan but what a race Saturday night. They put on quite a show. Saw plenty of fans that were at Stafford, come down to the speedbowl afterwards. Wasn’t a wasted trip. True race fans for sure. Good to hear Buckler and Dave back on the mike for the rest of the night too.

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