Tim Jordan Scores SK Modified Win At New London-Waterford Speedbowl 

Tim Jordan celebrates victory in the SK Modified feature Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (Photo: Mitch Bombard/TK Race Photos)

A second place finish in the SK Modified feature at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl Blastoff weekend gave Tim Jordan little room for improvement. 

Saturday at the Speedbowl Jordan achieved that improvement he wanted from opening weekend. 

Jordan followed up his runner-up finish in the season opener by scoring his first victory of the season in the 35-lap SK Modified feature at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. 

It was the 12th career SK Modified victory at the Speedbowl for Jordan and his 39th victory at the track overall. Jordan also has 22 Late Model wins and five Mini Stock victories. 

Anthony Flannery of East Hampton was second and Eric Berndt of Cromwell third. Defending division champion Todd Owen of Somers was third. Jon Puleo of Branford, won the SK Modified season opener at the Speedbowl last week, was fifth Earlier in the day Flannery, Owen and Puleo all competed in the SK Modified feature at the NAPA Spring Sizzler at Stafford Speedway. 

Andrew Molleur of Shelton topped the field in the 30-lap Late Model feature. Ray Christian III of Uncasville was second and Jason Palmer of Berlin third. 

Al Stone III of Durham won the 25-lap Street Stock feature. Tony Macrino of Waterford was second and Ed Gertsch Jr. of East Haven third. 

Christopher Garside of Groton won the 25-lap Mini Stock feature. John Bavolacco of Stratford was second and Rick LeFlesh of Griswold third. 

Brody Monahan of Waterford won the 25-lap Truck feature. Ed Ryan Jr. of Preston was second and Kyle Gero of Uncasville third. 


  1. Hillary 2024 says

    Another great night of competition. The late models put on the show of the night. The sk battle between Jordan and Berndt was fierce and Flannery was flying at the end of the race. Not a bad crowd for running against the sizzler. Cool to see Talman, Puleo, Flannery make the trip down from Stafford. And Owen show up in an open trailer at the last minute. Old school.

  2. Durham report/Hillary still LOST!! says

    Can’t help but notice the top names in SK racing don’t show up at The Pred Bowl.
    Gee I wonder why?

  3. Durham Report/Hillary Still Lost,
    In what galaxy is Todd Owen not considered one of the top names in SK Modified racing right now? Eric Berndt has won 22 SK Modified features in his career at Stafford Speedway. And I’d be willing to bet if Tim Jordan could race an SK Modified on Friday’s at Stafford he’d be a contender there too, but he can’t because his professional commitment doesn’t allow him to do that. Jon Puleo was a winner at Stafford last year in an SK Modified. I think your argument here is a little bit off.

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