Eric Berndt Gets Fourth SK Modified Win Of 2022 At New London-Waterford Speedbowl

Eric Berndt celebrates after winning the SK Modified feature Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (Photo: Mitch Bombard/TK Race Photos)

The SK Modified division at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl is quickly turning into the Eric Berndt show in 2022.

Berndt drove to victory in Saturday’s 70-lap SK Modified feature at the Speedbowl.

It was the second consecutive victory for the Cromwell driver and his fourth win in seven events at the track this season.

Berndt won the track’s Blastoff event on May 21 and had feature wins on June 11 and June 25. It was the 21st career SK Modified victory at the shoreline oval for Berndt. It was the second of three “Fast Three” events for the SK Modified division this year at the Speedbowl. Berndt also won the first on June 11. The final Fast Three event is scheduled for Aug. 13.

Anthony Flannery of East Hampton was second in Saturday’s SK Modified feature and Rob Janovic of Waterford was third.

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

Dave Trudeau of Mansfield won the 25-lap Mini Stock feature. Charles Canfield of East Haven was second and Kyle Wing of Moosup third.

Emma Monahan of Waterford won the 25-lap Truck event. Bert Ouellette of Ellington was second and Todd Taylor of Stonington third.

Shawn Gaedeke of Groton won the 13-lap Street Stock feature, which was shortened from 25 laps due to the midnight curfew. Corey Fanning of Mapleville, R.I. was second and Tim Poulin of Thompson third.

Avery Stoehr of Lakeville, Mass. won the 25-lap NEMA Angelillo Memorial event. John Zych Jr. of Mendon, Mass was second and Alan Chambers of Atkinson, N.H. third.

Dan Cugini of Marshfield, Mass. won the 25-lap NEMA Lites Angelillo Memorial. Dylan Coutu of Griswold was second and Joe Bailey of Monroe, N.J. third.


  1. I'm NOT Kreskin says

    still trying to figure out what happened to Anderson ..did he break prior to driving Moeller to the wall ? he (Anderson) was a menace in his heat as well as the feature driving everyone up. no respect. did the rack break or did he just lose control.. ?? Moeller had the car to beat no doubt. pretty good crowd last night as well even with the sail fest deal

  2. Rafter fan says

    Is Sean Foster now part of the management team at the Bowl?

  3. Rafter Fan,
    To my knowledge there’s nothing official yet to report on that situation.

  4. Hillary 2024 says

    Nice crowd. I don’t think running against sailfest mattered much. The Moeller-Anderson incident was bizarre. The nema lites going green to checker was a site to see especially with that many cars. Scary flip in the nema race. Great to see another woman make history at the speedbowl. Now Emma has to content with her cousin in the trucks. Looking forward to watching sids view. I think a drone crashed or got hit. The later start time is nice for the hot summer months. Didn’t work out Saturday though. Don’t know what Foster is doing there. But he’s there. Even on Wednesday doing something that looked official.

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