Thompson Notes: Meghan Fuller Gets First SK Light Mod Win; Alexander Pearl Takes Championship

Meghan Fuller celebrates victory in the SK Light Modified feature Sunday at Thompson Speedway (Photo: Souza Media/Thompson Speedway)

Meghan Fuller bested Alexander Pearl on a late restart to win the 30-lap SK Light Modified feature Sunday at the Sunoco World Series. 

It was Fuller’s first SK Light Modified victory at Thompson. The Auburn, Mass. driver scored her first Stafford SK Light Modified win earlier this season. 

Pearl, of Salem, clinched the division championship with his second place finish. Sami Anderson of Wolcott was third. 

Dan Bowes of Byfield, Mass. topped the 40-lap New England SuperModified Series feature and clinched the division’s championship.

Matt Swanson of Acton, Mass. was second and Ben Seitz of Bourne, Mass. third. Bowes won the series championship.

Randy Cabral of Plymouth, Mass. won the 25-lap NEMA Lites feature. Jake Trainor of Medway, Mass. was second and Ryan Locke of Chester, N.H. was third. 

Chris Buffone of Belchertown, Mass. won the 40-lap Open Street Stock Showdown. Aaron Plemons of Montville was second and Larry Barnett of Moosup third. 

Corey Fanning of Mapleville, R.I. won the 20-lap Limited Sportsman feature. Al Stone III of Durham was second and Ryan Waterman of Danielson third. Fanning won the division championship.

Jared Roy of Sterling topped the 20-lap Mini Stock feature. Dave Trudeau of Mansfield was second and Kevin Moore of Moosup third. Roy won the Mini Stock championship.

Alexander Pearl celebrates the 2023 SK Light Modified championship Sunday (Photo: Souza Media/Thompson Speedway)


  1. I Wanna play says

    What Happen to Troy Talman’s Championship ?
    No Coverage ??
    Great Kid and Family.
    Congratulations Troy.

  2. Any word on the fight that took place in the in field during the SK Light race requiring the driver hit to be transported to the hospital?

  3. I Wanna Play,
    Maybe comment on the story about the Sunoco Modified feature if you’re commenting about the Sunoco Modified feature. And no offense to anyone involved, but the “championship” was four races and only two drivers actually ran all four races.

  4. That fight was during the open mod 100

  5. Just Saying says

    The fight was in the open race. Sammy is an Idiot an bonsai Bessette sent it in, but he didn’t deserve to get whacked in the head with a helmet, there should be charges on that

  6. Sammy needs to ho back to running street stocks,terrible driver and a headcase

  7. Just Saying says

    Sammy Ram Rod would be better off in a demolition derby

  8. Crazy in NY says

    Sorry to interrupt the non related drama but bravo to Meg Fuller on her victory. I noted Fri at Stafford she did the classy thing not holding up the Mad Pup on his drive to the front to race Sullivan for the win. He had the better car but she let him go for the title shot. TY Meg for showing this old timer that there is still some great young racers out there that get it. Congrats on your win.

  9. Meg Fuller showed all weekend what a GOOD racer she has become , congrats to her and Alex and to all the champs, as far as the Mad Pup goes he sends it deep thats for sure, and at Thompson they all do, and the video wont lie he held his line and the 06 came down on him, but regardless its a racing deal, and there is NO PLACE or NO REASON to assualt someone with a helmet at that . a BAD deal

  10. Congrats to Meg on her win, can’t wait to see her in a SK at the fall final , and hopefully its a tune up for a full SK season next year.

  11. Richard Lauber says

    That would be awesome to see Meg Fuller in an SK another Fuller in an SK !! bringing back some awesome memories!! I used to go to the tracks to watch my late Uncle “Wild” Bill Greco race and the great Chuck Zentarski!!

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