Riley Generators To Present Extra Distance Limited Late Model 30 At Stafford

(Press release from Stafford Speedway)

Now in their second season of contingency program sponsorship at Stafford Speedway, Riley Generators will become the title sponsor of the extra distance 30-lap Limited Late Model feature event scheduled for Friday, June 9.  Riley Generators will boost the normal 20-lap Limited Late Model purse to over $4,000 with the winner guaranteed to take home $700 from the purse and $825 with contingency bonuses factored in.

The 2023 Limited Late Model season has seen Matt Clement get off to a hot start with victories in two of the first three races of the season.  Clement’s hot start sees him leading the points standings with last year’s Rookie of the Year and the 2023 season’s only other feature winner thus far, Kevin Cormier right behind him.  Former 2-time Limited Late Model champion Jeremy Lavoie currently sits third in the standings with last year’s Limited champion Rich Hammann fourth.  The top-4 drivers in the standings are separated by only 8 points, or 4 positions on the track.  Rounding out the top-5 in the standings is this season’s leading rookie contender Adrien Paradis, III, who has made the move up from the Street Stock division.

About Riley Generators

Riley Generators d.b.a. Riley Electrical, LLC. was established in Windsor Locks, CT in 1990 before moving to a new location at 8 Thompson Road in East Windsor, CT.  Riley Generators is a family, veteran owned Generac PowerPro Elite Sales, Installation, and Service dealer with customers spread across the state of Connecticut as well as Western Massachusetts.  Riley Generators has an exceptional reputation for taking on unique and complex projects and they pride themselves on their craftsmanship, neatness, and responsiveness to customers’ needs.  Riley Generators is one of the largest generator dealers in the state of Connecticut and all of their technicians are certified in installation, service, and warranty work on multiple brand names of generators such as Generac, Kohler, Briggs and Stratton, and GE.

For more information about Riley Generators, please visit, or call 860-623-7219.

The Riley Generators Limited Late Model 30 is scheduled for Friday, June 9 and Stafford’s SK Modifieds®, Late Models, SK Lights, and Street Stocks will all join the Limited Late Model cars in feature racing action.  Tickets for the Riley Generators 30 program are priced at $20.00 for adults, $5.00 for kids 6-14, and free for kids 5 & under.  Reserved seating is priced at $25.00 for all ages and pit passes are $40.00 with a valid 2023 Stafford Speedway Competition License and $45.00 without.  If you are unable to attend the Riley Generators Limited Late Model 30 in person, tune into the live stream on FloRacing, the official streaming partner of Stafford Speedway. 

For more information, visit, checkout Stafford Speedway on Facebook or Twitter, or contact the track office at 860-684-2783.


  1. Stuart A Fearn says

    This is a great deal by Riley Generators. Thank them and call them only for your generator needs. You have to buy it so might as well use the racing support Riley Generators , the good guys.

  2. Boy if you own a home these days and don’t have a generator you surely are an optimist. Seems like with climate change we’re either getting inundated with rain or go long stretches with no rain maybe like now in fact. Being cold is one thing. Frozen pipes in the wall that burst when the power and heat come back on a whole new level of misery. And if you have a boiler and those pipes burst the heat doesn’t come back on.
    Hmm, pool vs backup generator? If you’re going to be in your home for a long time having a whole house generator fired by propane or natural gas with synthetic oil waiting patiently to kick in has to get strong consideration doesn’t it?
    My son has long wanted a whole house backup system, I did lobbied for Riley based on their involvement in racing and he did get a quote. He reported back the gentleman was very professional and courteous. The quote was for $12,000 which as I understand it is in the parameters of whole house systems these days and may in fact be very competitive. My son balked for two reasons. The first was the remote to the service panel was already in place he’d hoped would mitigate the cost. The second was the salesman’s reference to rising costs numerous times. It was about this time last year when costs were in fact on the tip of everyone’s tongue. A red flag because quotes are in relationship to each other and not against past economic conditions. It’s still on the table however and Riley still the most likely installer once the sticker shock wears off if the quote update is in line.
    Extra distance for the LLM’s good for the competitors but is it a racing twist that draws fans? That’s Stafford’s promotional philosophy and they stick to it religiously. Their focus is their weekly racing divisions and each gets their own moments to shine with additional money up for grabs. The idea is you support your bread and butter, they turn out in larger numbers and the fans will follow. At least that’s the way it appears to me anyway so correction appreciated if that’s not the case.
    There are the open shows but other specials are essentially the same format with a twist for one of the 5 track divisions. The ticket price at $20 or a buck or two more depending on the division seems like a bargain especially with rising costs. But are the twists with divisions with extra distance and more money a draw for new fans? SK’s probably for sure the SK5K in it’s own class. Streets, LLM’s, Lights and LM’s you tell me.
    That’s Stafford’s philosophy and you have to respect it. They don’t just schedule it they live it with two of the key members of the management team weekly racers. Not much razzle-dazzle at all. Excepting fire works and big wheel races, no school bus racing, demo derbies, no visiting touring series aside from the season bookend specials. Mostly just twists that reward the teams they count on to put on their show in the premier facility in the region. Works well with some of the strongest weekly car counts in the Northeast but does it move the needle boosting event attendance and is that even a primary goal?
    It’s hard to miss the availability of live streaming plastered all over the Stafford web site. Click on Schedule you see “Watch Live” in addition to “Event Info” and “Tickets”. Click on “Event Info” a you see “Watch Live on FloRacing”. Seems to me the dots are just begging to be connected. That 15,000 plus views that Stafford gets for their regular events is an important number and seeing a lot of cars on the track when viewing at home important as well.
    So for now, no razzle dazzle it’s meat and potatoes and who doesn’t love that?

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