Timmy Jordan Scores Victory In SK Modified At New London-Waterford Speedbowl

Timmy Jordan celebrates victory in the SK Modified feature Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (Photo: Mitch Bombard)

The champion is on a roll.

Timmy Jordan of Plainfield won the 35-lap SK Modified feature Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl.

It was the second consecutive victory for the track’s reigning SK Modified champion.

Mike Christopher Jr. of Wolcott was second and Rob Janovic Jr. of Waterford third.

Jordan was able to wrestle the lead from Christopher following a restart on lap 10.

“Racing against Mike Christopher is a lot of fun,” said Jordan, explaining his race winning move. “You know he’s going to race you clean. He’s a great competitor.”

Ray Christian III of Uncasville won the 30-lap Late Model feature. Jaret Curtis of Rutland, Mass. was second and Jason Palmer of Berlin third.

Al Stone III of Durham won the 25-lap Street Stock Open feature. Shawn Gaedeke of Groton was second and Jason Chicolas of Sutton, Mass. third.

Jason Chapman of Ellington won the 25-lap SK Light Modified feature. Jon Puleo of Branford was second and Ethan Durocher of Canterbury third.

Jared Roy of Sterling topped the field in the 25-lap Mini Stock feature. Chris Garside of Groton was second and Charles Canfield of East Haven third.

Randy Burr of Middleboro, Mass. won the 25-lap Truck feature. Josh Stringer of Dayville was second and Jim Boyle of East Windsor third.

35-lap SK Modifieds: 1. Timmy Jordan, Plainfield; 2. Mike Christopher Jr., Wolcott; 3. Rob Janovic Jr, Waterford; 4. Joe Gada, Uncasville; 5. Cory DiMatteo, Farmington; 6. Dylan Izzo, Monroe; 7. Bill Anderson; 8. Todd Owen, Somers; 9. Glenn Pressel III. Bozrah; 10. Matt Vassar, Plantsville.

25-lap SK Lite Modifieds: 1 Jason Chapman, Ellington; 2. Jonathan Puleo, Branford; 3. Ethan Durocher, Canterbury,; 4. Paul Charette, Woodstock; 5. Wayne Burroughs, Oakdale, 6. John O’Sullivan III, Salem; 7. Jake Hines, North Haven; 8. Anthony Marvin, Colchester; 9. RJ Marcotte, Millville; 10. Charlie McDougall, Naugatuck.

30-lap Late Model: 1. Raymond Christian. Uncasville; 2. Jaret Curtis, Rutland, Mass.; 3. Jason Palmer, Berlin; 4. Jordan Hadley, Waterford; 5. Keith Scalia, North Branford; 6. Chris Curtis, Rutland,, Mass.; 7. Tony Macrino, Waterford; 8. Diego Monahan, Quaker Hill; 9. RJ Marcotte, Millville, Mass.; 10. Michael Lindquist, Sandy Hook.

25-lap Mini Stocks: 1. Jared Roy, Sterling; 2. Christopher Garside, Groton; 3. Charles Canfield, East Haven,; 4. Douglas Curry, Groton; 5. Tommy Silva, Gales Ferry; 6. John Bavolacco, Stratford; 7. Nicholas Pappacoda, North Branford; 8. Bill Sylvia, Preston,; 9. Lawrence Loomis, Moosup; 10. Jesse Oloski, Salem,

25-lap Speedbowl Trucks: 1. Randy Burr, Middleboro; 2. Joshua Stringer, Dayville; 3. Jim Boyle, East Windsor 4. Todd Taylor, Stonington; 5. Ken Cassidy Jr., Lisbon; 6. Rick Ashlaw, Manchester,; 7. Brandon Hunt, East Windsor,; 8. Andrew Pellegrini, North Grosvenordale; 9. Mercedes Caron, East Hampton,; 10. Gee Perry, Granby.

20-lap Legends:  1. Jordan Churchill, Lisbon; 2. John O’Sullivan III, Salem; 3. Ed Ryan Jr., Preston; 4. Brody Monahan; Waterford; 5. Scott Kinsman, Berlin,; 6. Scott Limkemann, Lebanon.

25-lap Open Street Stocks: 1. Christopher Buffone, Belchertown, Mass.; 2. Bo Norman, Clinton; 3. Daniel Meyer, North Franklin; 4. Shawn Gaedeke, Groton,; 5. Joe Arena, Bristol,; 6. Scott Serydynski Jr.; 7. Al Stone III, Durham,; 8. Allen Coates, Ledyard,; 9. Chris Lindquist, Thetford Center, VT; 10.Ryan Waterman, Danielson,.


  1. Longtimefan says

    Incredible side by side racing all day, and finished, and out to dinner by 9pm!

  2. “out to dinner by 9pm”

    Exactly correct!

    My number one concern when planning a night out at the races is always “Will it be over as soon as possible?”

  3. Viva Race Fan says

    Lol features were started by 630.
    Not alot of cautions.
    Wish they held program till 7 like old days seem like more people came in after 6 to see them.

  4. ketchup & egg noodles still says

    Too… many…. different… classes. If you want an exciting evening of racing you need 3 or 4 FULL classes. That’s it. Not 8 or 10 divisions spread over 2 different nights. There’s only one jar of sauce. We could have 4 great plates of spaghetti or 10 “meh” plates.
    And it would be just ducky if I could drink a beer or two at the races on a Saturday night. You know, like they do at Monadnock or Star or Seekonk or The Valley or………… 😅 But that’s just me

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