Andrew Molleur Joins Exclusive Club With Late Model Win At Speedbowl; Todd Owen Gets Second Consecutive SK Mod Win

Andrew Molleur (Photo: Jim DuPont/RaceDayCT)

Andrew Molleur put his name on an exclusive list Saturday night at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl.

The Shelton teenager became only the fifth driver in track history to record feature victories in five different divisions at the track. Molleur won the 30-lap Late Model feature for his first win in the division.

The 19-year old Molleur also has wins in the track’s SK Modified, SK Light Modified, Legends and Bandolero divisions.

Keith Rocco and Shawn Monahan have wins in seven different divisions at the Speedbowl and Allen Coates and Corey Hutchings also have wins in five different divisions.

Ryan Morgan of North Franklin was second in the Late Model feature and Ray Christian III of Uncasville was third.

The reigning champion is officially rolling in the SK Modified division.

For the second consecutive week it was reigning SK Modified division champion Todd Owen scoring victory in the 35-lap feature for the division.

Owen has won two of the three events the division has run this year. Eric Berndt is the only other winner this season.

R.J. Marcotte of Millville, Mass. was second and Anthony Flannery of East Hampton third.

Tom Abele Jr. of Norwich scored victory in the 25-lap SK Light Modified feature. John O’Sullivan of Salem was second and Nick Hovey of Chaplin third.

Bill Sylvia of Preston won the 25-lap Mini Stock feature. Tyler Chapman of Mystic topped the field in the 25-lap Truck feature.


  1. Longtimefan says

    That Late Model race was Awesome, very clean, and respectful side by side battle for the lead.

  2. Did Mike Moeller build a new Late Model to further the success Andrew has had in the Stafford Late Models?

  3. Even though Palmer was missing it was still very clean side by side action by the top 3. Why did Andrew start so deep in the SK? Was it becausehe was late on the track after the late model win?

  4. Rafter fan says

    Glad to see the SK car count back up to 18. It will be interesting to see if the bigger SK event on 6/11 will draw more than 18 cars?

  5. Hillary 2024 says

    Great night for the rookies. First Hovey in the lite had a heck of a race after crashing in his heat. Passing on the outside like a veteran. Then Marcotte in his first season in a sk. Racing up front and getting by Jordan for the lead. Technically Molleur a rookie in the late model. Nice first win. Good to see Sylvia get a first win in the mini stock. I remember his dad winning races back in the day. Surprise of the night was Steven Chapman getting the endure win. Yes, that Steven Chapman. Good crowd and an exciting night of racing. How about that sk finish for third place. Wild

  6. Hillary 2024 says

    Forgot to mention the most important thing about Saturday. How awesome to have Matt Buckler back. Love him our hate him, it just wasn’t right without him there. Welcome home Matt.

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