Going Shopping: Stafford Speedway Video Crew Visits Korner Family Race Shop In Bloomfield

The restored 1972 Chevy C30 ramp truck the Korner family has at their shop in Bloomfield (Photo: Courtesy of the Korner Family)

The Stafford Motor Speedway offseason shop tour hit the road to Bloomfield recently with host Bonssa Tufa checking in at the Korner family racing shop.

Noah Korner will compete in the SK Modified division this year at Stafford and also run selected Tour Type Modified events. Glenn Korner Jr. will compete part-time in SK Light Modified events.

Check out the video tour below.


  1. Love Bonssa Tufa’s shop visits. You can get so much out of what appears to be casual conversation. Like Silks former car although we don’t know from which team it came from. Bonssa also does so much more behind the scenes at Stafford.
    If racing flourishes you’re looking at the reason in this video. A strong business supporting a family operation with the race shop on site. So strong besides the SK and tour modified cars they have Legends on racks and a vintage hauler to play with. Probably one of the most inefficient ways to haul a race car that the sport has wisely moved on from.. The cost of owning and operating it, taxes registration and it’s pretty much good for only one thing and that would not be keeping a race car dry.
    Turkey Derby today. Buckle up.

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