Timmy Jordan Tops SK Modifieds At New London-Waterford Speedbowl 

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

When it comes to familiar faces on the roster at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl, Timmy Jordan certainly fits the bill. 

Saturday, the longtime Speedbowl veteran of multiple divisions was back in victory lane in the track’s premier division. 

Jordan scored victory in the 35-lap SK Modified feature Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. 

It was the 14th career SK Modified victory at the Speedbowl for Jordan and his 41st at the track overall. Jordan, of Plainfield, also has 22 Late Model victories and five Mini Stock wins. 

It was the first victory at the Speedbowl for Jordan since June 24 of last season. It marked the fifth consecutive year that Jordan has recorded a victory in the SK Modified division at the Speedbowl. 

Andrew Molleur of Shelton was second and Anthony Flannery of East Hampton third. 

Ryan Lineham of Hope Valley, R.I. topped the 30-lap Late Model feature. It was the second career Late Model victory at Waterford for the Hope Valley, R.I. driver. 

Molleur was second and Doug Curry of Groton third. 

Zach Sangermano was victorious in the 25-lap SK Light Modified feature. 

John O’Sullivan of Salem was second and Corey Caddick of Richmond, R.I. third. 

Chad Baxter of Pascoag, R.I. topped the 25-lap Street Stock feature. Aaron Plemons of Uncasville wa second and Ed Gertsch Jr. of East Haven third. 

Chris Garside of Groton won the 25-lap Mini Stock feature. John Bavolacco of Stratford was second David Dorr of Gales Ferry third. 

Tyler Chapman of Mystic won the 25-lap Truck feature. Ken Cassidy Jr. of Lisbon was second and Charles Beal of Ledyard third. 


  1. Hillary 2024 says

    I think it was Doug that liked to gush about all the chicks that race at Stafford. There were 12 chicks racing at Waterford yesterday throughout the divisions. Milania Shiloski doing pretty well in only her first two races in the trucks. Amanda Slater in a SK lite for her first season. They say she’s related to Bill Slater.

  2. and the Tour goes on and on .... says

    I think they preferred to be call women, ladies or girls.
    Not surprising when you consider that Daddy is funding 1/3 of the cars racing on any give track or series so I guess its only right that Daddy’s little girl gets a race car as well.

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