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SK Modified 100 Feature Results
Jul 22, 2006 - updated Jul 22nd, 2006 1:06pm
Web posted by Scott Running

Stafford Springs, CT. --

For Immediate Release:July 22, 2006

Todd Owen Wins 33Rd Annual Coors Light Sk Modified® 100 At Stafford Speedway

The SK Modified® division took center stage Friday night, July 21st at Stafford Motor Speedway with the 33rd annual running of the SK Modified® 100. Todd Owen was the big winner of the evening, outlasting last year’s SK Modified® 100 winner Willie Hardie. In other weekly action, Woody Pitkat took home his sixth Late Model feature win of the season, Brit Andersen was a first-time winner in the SK Light feature, Sean Foster became a two-time winner in the Limited Late Model feature, Carla Botticello outlasted Norm Sears for her first win of the season in the DARE Stock feature, and Kenny Horton won the 21 Means 21 SK Modified® feature.

In the 33rd annual Coors Light SK Modified® 100 feature, both John Blewett, III and Lloyd Agor were the early race leaders, setting a blistering pace at the front of the field. Near the midway point of the race, Bo Gunning, who was last week’s SK Modified® feature winner, moved out front and led the half-way point to pick up a $100 bonus from Reliable Welding and Speed. Gunning’s good run turned sour when he and Frank Ruocco made contact while racing for the lead, which sent Gunning spinning and Ruocco to pit road for three fresh tires. Todd Owen took over the lead of the race with Gunning and Ruocco’s spin, and he led the rest of the way, outlasting Willie Hardie over the final 10-laps to take the win. Rounding out the top-5 behind Owen and Hardie were Jeff Malave, Ruocco, and Zach Sylvester.

In the 30-lap Late Model feature, Woody Pitkat, of Stafford Springs, didn’t take the lead of the race until lap-25, and then had to survive several restart situations to nail down his sixth feature win of the 2006 season. Wayne Coury, Jr. led the first 24-laps of the race from the pole position, but his night ended with a crash in turn 1. Late Model points leader Jim Peterson finished second behind Pitkat, with Tom Butler, Tom Fearn, and Mark Lewis rounding out the top-5.

In the 20-lap SK Light Modified feature, Brit Andersen, of Branford, took the lead from early race leader Mike Lane on lap-4 by taking to the outside groove, and then he drove away from Lane and the rest of the field to score his first career SK Light feature win. Lane held on for second, with Chris Matthews, Richie Pallai, Jr., and Shelly Perry rounding out the top-5 behind Andersen.

In the 20-lap Limited Late Model feature, the race came down to a green-white-checkered sprint to the finish. On the first restart attempt the start was called back by officials. In turn 1, George Nocera, who was leading the race, spun and collected the car of Robert Dow, which retired both cars for the evening. Sean Foster took over the lead with Nocera’s misfortune, and he held off Paul Conte over the final two laps of the race to take the victory. Andrew Durand finished third, with Corky Hinze and Bill Davis rounding out the top-5. In the 15-lap DARE Stock feature, Carla Botticello took the lead from the outside pole and fended off numerous challenges by Norm Sears to lead every lap and take her first feature win of the 2006 season. Rounding out the top-5 behind Botticello and Sears was Jeff Hubbell, Tom Stirk, and Vince Gambacorta.

In the SK Modified® 21 Means 21 feature event, Kenny Horton, of Guilford, took the lead from Kurt Lenahan on lap-6 after several laps of side-by-side racing for the lead and proceeded to drive away from the field to take the victory and advance to the SK Modified 100 later in the evening. The top-9 cars earned starting positions in the SK Modified 100. Curt Brainard took second, with Lenahan, Mike Holdridge, and Bob Georgiades rounding out the top-5.

For more information contact the Stafford Motor Speedway track office at (860) 684-2783, or visit us on the web at www.staffordspeedway.com.


1) Todd Owen, Somers
2) Willie Hardie, Willington
3) Jeff Malave, Manchester
4) Frank Ruocco, Cheshire
5) Zach Sylvester, Lebanon
6) Eric Berndt, Rocky Hill
7) John Blewett, III, Howell, NJ
8) Kenny Horton, Guilford
9) Keith Rocco, Wallingford
10) Jeff Baral, Enfield
11) Lloyd Agor, New Milford
12) Curt Brainard, Canton
13) Woody Pitkat, Stafford
14) Jim Larsen, East Hartland
15) Kurt Lenahan, Roxbury
16) Jeff Johnson, Tolland
17) Rowan Pennink, Huntington Valley, PA
18) John Cleary, Madison
19) Chris Osella, Manchester
20) Mike Holdridge, Madison
21) Bob Georgiades, Colchester
22) Mike Marshall, Hudson, NH
23) Brad Hietala, Ellington
24) Bo Gunning, Bethlehem
25) Ryan Stone, Wallingford
26) Ted Christopher, Plainville
27) Patrick Townsend, Southbury


1) Woody Pitkat, Stafford Springs
2) Jim Peterson, Monson, MA
3) Tom Butler, Stafford Springs
4) Tom Fearn, East Longmeadow, MA
5) Mark Lewis, Southington
6) Todd Owen, Somers
7) Rick Charette, Ellington
8) Bobby Leone, East Windsor
9) Wayne Coury, Jr., West Haven
10) Ryan Posocco, Stafford Springs
11) Billy Snow, III, West Haven
12) Jonathan Smith, Beacon Falls
13) Scott Cook, Uncasville
14) Ed Ricard, Stafford Springs
15) Walt Wosko, Jr., West Suffield
16) Joe Rzeszutek, South Hadley, MA
17) Michael Bennett, Stafford Springs
18) Steve Mcquillan, Bolton
19) Patrick Townsend, Springfield, Ma
20) Charlie Christoforo, Jr., North Haven
21) Scott Hitchcock, Ashford
22) John Severns, Suffield
23) Tracy Brouillette, Prospect
24) Scott Foster, Jr., Willington
25) Tony Lafo, Higganum


1) Brit Andersen, Branford
2) Mike Lane, Middlefield
3) Chris Matthews, Stafford
4) Richie Pallai, Jr., Yorktown Heights, NY
5) Shelly Perry, Ashaway, RI
6) Wade Mattesen, Tolland
7) Kyler Cafro, Colchester
8) Duke Place, Charlestown, RI
9) Tim Fogg, Stafford Springs
10) Fred Nees, Jr., New Milford
11) Bryan Ghedi, Agawam, MA
12) Anthony Burr, North Haven


1) Sean Foster, Ellington
2) Paul Conte, Plainville
3) Andrew Durand, Chicopee, MA
4) Corky Hinze, Farmingon
5) Bill Davis, Monson, MA
6) Kevin Gambacorta, Ellington
7) Michael Nadeau, Enfield
8) Ed Lofland, Granby, MA
9) Darrin Havanec, Storrs
10) George Nocera, J R., Plainville
11) Robert Dow, Stafford Springs
12) Michael Chaves, South Windsor
13) Glenn Bartkowski, Vernon
14) Rich Hammann, Tolland
15) Charlie Newman, Stafford Springs
16) Mike Sweeney, Jr., Middletown


1) Carla Botticello, Manchester
2) Norm Sears, Manchester
3) Jeff Hubbell, Naugatuck
4) Tom Stirk, West Haven
5) Vince Gambacorta, Ellington
6) Raymond Grassetti, Monson, Ma
7) David Gambacorta, Ellington
8) Jim Brice, Manchester
9) Todd Laporta, Waterbury
10) Barry Fluckiger, Vernon
11) Steve Berardi, Broad Brook
12) Mike Nordman, Woodstock
13) Neil Provost, Jr., Union
14) Tim Leduc, Longmeadow, Ma
15) Kyle Nosal, Higganum
16) Jesse Hinze, Farmington
17) Duane Provost, Indian Orchard, Ma
18) Robert Merril, Colechester
19) Lori-Jo Rzeszutek, South Hadley, Ma
20) John Lelas, III, Guilford
21) Rob Lawrence, Stafford Springs
22) Robert Thompson, Springfield, Ma
23) Jeff Jolly, Hamden
24) Dan Flannery, Ellington
25) Cliff Saunders, Stafford
26) Tony Bartley, Somers


1) Kenny Horton, Guilford
2) Curt Brainard, Canton
3) Kurt Lenahan, Roxbury
4) Mike Holdridge, Madison
5) Bob Georgiades, Colchester
6) Jim Larsen, East Hartland
7) Mike Marshall, Hudson, NH
8) John Cleary, Madison
9) Patrick Townsend, Springfield, MA
10) Billy Anderson, Wolcott
11) Keith Rocco, Wallingford
12) Chris Osella, Manchester
13) Ryan Stone, Wallingford
14) Scott Bennett, Stafford Springs

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