Anthony Flannery Gets Second Straight SK Mod Win At Waterford; Jason Palmer Keeps Rolling In Late Model 

Anthony Flannery celebrates victory in the SK Modified feature Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (Photo: Passing Bird Photography)

Anthony Flannery has found some late season momentum at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. 

Flannery, of East Hampton, scored his second consecutive victory in the 35-lap SK Modified feature Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. 

It was his third SK Modified victory of the season at the shoreline oval. 

Todd Owen of Somers was second and Ryan Morgan of North Franklin third. 

Jason Palmer’s march closer to the top three of the New London-Waterford Speedbowl’s all-time win list kept chugging along Saturday. 

Palmer of Berlin got his fifth victory of the season in the 30-lap Late Model feature. 

It was the 45th career Late Model win at Waterford for Palmer and his 98th victory overall at the track. Palmer is now three victories away from tying Don Collins for third on the track’s all-time win list at 101 victories. Keith Rocco leads the track’s all-time win list with 154 victories and Phil Rondeau is second with 107 wins. 

Brody Monahan of Waterford was second and PJ Evans of Uncasville was third. 

Al Stone III of Durham got his third victory of the season in the 25-lap Street Stock feature, extending his record for wins in the division. Stone now has 63 career Street Stock wins at the track. Jaysin Beal of Ledyard was second and Charles Canfield of East Haven third. 

Canfield won the Mini Stock Soup Bowl 50. Ray Christian of Uncasville was second and Christopher Garside of Groton third.

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


  1. Longtimefan says

    Great racing in all divisions!! Flannery is getting very good at restarts, and becoming a rocket. Al Stone got his mojo back, and how about that mini race? Great night of racing, great crowd in the stands, and along the fence in the pits. Great time.

  2. Hillary 2024 says

    Nice tribute for Soup. The fans and cars showed up for it. 27 mini stocks. Haven’t seen that much excitement for a mini stock race in years. And who would have predicted a 50 lap race with only 1 caution flag. Nasty crash in the enduro. You have to be a little crazy to race one of those cars with the bare minimum of safety equipment. Flannery is on a roll in the sk division. He took off and even Owen couldn’t get close to him at the end.

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