Bryan Narducci, Petty Cash Motorsports Part Ways In SK Modified Division At Stafford 

Bryan Narducci celebrates victory in the SK Modified feature on June 10, 2022 at Stafford Speedway (Photo: Jim DuPont/RaceDayCT)

The schedule of Tour Type Modified racing has been growing and growing for Bryan Narducci, but it looks like he’ll be searching for a new ride in an SK Modified at Stafford Speedway. 

Petty Cash Motorsports announced on Friday that the team has decided to part ways with Narducci after two seasons together.

A post on Facebook from the team read: “From all of us here at [Petty Cash Motorsports], we would like to thank Bryan for an amazing 2022 championship contending season. Due to sponsorship situations we have decided to part ways. Bryan is an incredible talented driver with a bright future ahead of him. We wish him nothing but the best on his future endeavors and hope he can be as successful as he was this past season.” 

Narducci joined the Petty Cash Motorsports team midway through the 2021 season. He was fourth in the SK Modified division standings in 2022 with one win, 12 top-five’s and 15 top-10’s in 20 starts. 

“I just want to thank them for a great year and a half together,” Narducci said. “I wish it could have continued, but due to circumstances beyond my control we couldn’t do that.”

Narducci said he will put his focus on his plans with the Boehler Racing Enterprises team in the iconic Ole Blue. 

Narducci will run for the championship for BRE on the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series. The Monaco Modified Tri-Track kicks off its 2023 season May 28 at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT. The division will also run events at Seekonk Speedway (June 28), Star Speedway (July 22), the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (Aug. 12, Oct. 21) and Stafford Speedway (Sept. 23). 

Narducci will make his Whelen Modified Tour debut at Richmond (Va.) Raceway on March 31 for BRE, the first of five series events he has scheduled. Narducci will also run Whelen Modified Tour events for BRE at Lancaster (N.Y.) Speedway (Aug. 5), Langley Speedway in Hampton, Va. (Aug. 26), Oswego (N.Y.) Speedway (Sept. 2) and Martinsville (Va.) Speedway (Oct. 26). 

Narducci will also run for BRE in the 51st NAPA Spring Sizzler at Stafford on April 29-30. 


  1. Boy I sure hope his relatives helping with big boy modified told him to grow up some cuz the #3 bunch don’t have the funds to keep hucking front ends at ole blue! Kid has talent but grow up time way to much b.s.around him. Now maybe it’ll be got cash instead petty cash? Good luck kid!

  2. Usac#4,
    So what were the issues he had last season that make you say that? Any examples?

  3. Fast Eddie says

    Brian Narducci has matured a ton in the last couple of years. If you compare his runs last year to 2019, it’s like looking at two different people. I thought his SK performance last year looked much more like a seasoned level-headed driver than ever before. He was patient and made calculated moves to get to the front without any kamikaze moves. It would not surprise me if he gets a victory or two this year.

  4. Rafter fan says

    Is the growth of mod tours diminishing the SK division at Stafford? No Ronnie Williams or Narducci in SKs at Stafford this year?

  5. His blow ups with Williams on flo I watched, his issues with Rocco, and it seemed from afar that the car would fly through the grass when he gets out of his concentration zone is what I saw. Thanks for the website Shawn!

  6. Narducci only had 2 DNF’s. 30th on 7/1 and 22nd on 8/12.
    It does say sponsorship issues. If his sponsors including the Florida Connection are committing major money to BRE it may have gotten thinner for Petty Cash. Obviously speculation but the dots seem pretty clear.
    This is a real shame since Narducci made a big jump last season and one might guess his crew chief had a lot to do with it.
    A little over a month to the Sizzler. By now the cars are well on their way to being made race ready and the teams plans and budgets for the year already finalized. This comes a little late in the game don’t you think. What’s up with that?

  7. If I were a betting man, I’d be willing to bet that Brian secures an SK ride before the first green flag waives at stafford.

  8. Camerissa says

    More speculation: this may have come so late in the game because the opportunity to wheel ol blu in tri track only recently opened up with Gluchacki recently bowing out.

  9. “because the opportunity to wheel ol blu in tri track only recently opened up with Gluchacki recently bowing out.”

    All true and good observation. However by this time of year cars and motors have already been built, refreshed or otherwise made race ready. To see a change in course this late generally means commitments, generally verbal have likely been broken. That’s all fine, this is not a business with contractual obligations it’s a sport that depends on the good will of drivers, sponsors and supporters to follow through. One persons unexpected opportunity can be anothers disappointment. It’s just the way it is but it can lead to hard feeings and Narducci has left quite a trail of broken hearts and equipment in his wake.
    Had a chance to hear a Spotify podcast called Drinks With a Driver featuring Narducci. He’s really become quite impressive showing a knack for being introspective while still maintaining the confidence he’s generally been known for. Speaks objectively of his dust ups over the years and growth from them. The one bizarre exception to the commentary being his idea of allowing the drivers to exit their cars when they have a disagreement and exchange blows for 2 minutes. Perhaps he was joking but it didn’t seem like it.
    The pod last September so this latest audible away from Petty Cash not a topic in the conversation.
    Best quote of the pod was with regard to leaving Todd Owen and Chassis Pro and I paraphrase; “I was ready to move on and I think Todd was happy that I felt I was ready to move on”.
    Have to say he sounds like he could be ready from a maturity standpoint his two minute fighting rule notwithstanding. Going from a sprinter to a marathoner not an easy transition. If he can be disciplined on the racing side, listen and work with his crew chief this could work out. If he reverts to the pig headed kid willing to get into it with anyone no matter how senior and experienced then the relationship could be short lived.

  10. Suitcase Jake says

    I see Florida connection on His cars and Big Money Matt’s car’s..
    It has been said His Aunt & Uncle are the Florida Connection…
    Just wondering ?? Did they own a buisness and or wealthy ..
    maybe my CT friends can answer this one, I don’t have much info
    behind the scenes at Stafford… Bryan said His Aunt passed and wanted to see him in some tour type Cars..and His Uncle is seeing it gets done..
    Good luck Bryan in 2023,,, We will miss watching you at Stafford if you
    don’t land in another seat ….

  11. Dial up “Greg Narducci” on Facebook and you’ll see who the Florida Connection is. He’s very generous sharing and seems to be a guy that you’d be richer for knowing.

  12. Florida Connection Racing says

    I don’t usually respond on social media, but feel I should. As they say, timing is everything. Florida Connection doesn’t have a ton of money to start with! I personally asked Tick Mike in front of his crew chief at the end of the last year if they needed money for 2023 because I have to budget the money accordingly. The answer was we’re all set. Shortly after, I received a call from the 3 car. Over the holidays we talked extensively, until coming to a agreement on the Tour races. And then Stafford was brought up and they said they had nothing going, so we worked out a deal to do that too. And then Derek backed out of Tri Track, so they called and asked about that. At this time is when I heard from Bryan that PCM was now looking for money. I called Tyler and told him the well was dry and they should have told me when I asked. I even told him I’d even commit to 2024 right now. And the rest they say is history, as was Bryan 🤣. I spoke to Jimmy tonight (who’s a great friend of mine who I worked for)and wished him luck and told him we could use some associate sponsors and to keep us in mind!

  13. Suitcase Jake says

    Awesome reply.. Racing Connection , Thank you for supporting Racing for so many years.. Thank you for sharing your story.. They say things happen for a reason… Hopefully Bryan can be successful in Tour Type Mods and It will lead His Career to higher levels as a result of the changes..We enjoyed watching Bryan Win many races in SK lites and a couple SK also… He is a talented wheelman and looking forward to watch him at the next level…

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