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SAM RAMEAU WRAPS BUSY WEEK WITH SIXTH PLACE FINISH AT THOMPSON SPEEDWAY


BY SOUZA MEDIA/KYLE SOUZA
PHOTO MICHAEL JAWORECKI/MYRACENEWS

THOMPSON, Conn. — Sam Rameau wrapped a busy week of competition for the Rameau Family Motorsports team with a sixth-place finish on Saturday night, April 10, at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. Rameau scored the top-10 run by driving the No. 06 Central Mass Tree machine back to the front after pitting late in the race for fresh tires. He was running second, pressuring leader Ronnie Williams on a caution with just over 30 laps to go, and was optimistic about what would have happened if it stayed green from there to the end.

“If the caution didn’t come out, I think we had a good shot to win the race,” Rameau said. “I was faster than the No. 25 (Ronnie Williams) at that point, but was pushing him to push his stuff because I knew he had some older tires. I was planning to move within the next five or so laps. But that’s just racing. All in all it was a good day.”

Rameau’s trip to Thompson came off the heels of a disappointing effort in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour opener at Martinsville Speedway on April 8. After high hopes, Rameau suffered a broken axle on his Modified and was sidelined with a 32nd place finish. The experience of visiting Martinsville and taking laps around one of NASCAR’s most historic tracks was still worth it for the Westminster, Massachusetts, native.

“It was the coolest thing to say that I raced with NASCAR Cup Series drivers Ryan Preece and Ryan Newman, at that track, that I’m able to watch on TV,” Rameau said. “The whole experience of Martinsville was great. The car was really good — I think it would have been really good on the long run. But just cut short on a mechanical issue none of us can control.”

“I can’t thank all of our crew, sponsors and supporters enough for everything they have done in the last week. We can’t wait for the next race.”

Up next for Sam Rameau and Rameau Family Motorsports is a trip to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 17, for a 50-lap Tour-Type Modified race worth $5,000 to win. The race will air to a live audience on Speed51.TV via a pay-per-view.

For more information on Sam Rameau and Rameau Family Motorsports, visit SammyRameau.com and follow Rameau Family Motorsports on Facebook. For more information on Souza Media, follow on Facebook and visit kylesouza.com

Silk Pounces Late to Win Thompson Icebreaker 125

Carey, Barnett, and Bello Take Victories in Icebreaker Nightcap

Photo Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews

Thompson, CT ­— Norwalk, CT’s Ron Silk took advantage of a late caution flag to snag the $10,000 top prize in the Icebreaker 125 at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Saturday, April 10. Silk took the lead from Berlin, CT’s Keith Rocco with 12 laps remaining and was the inaugural winner of the new Outlaw Open Modified Series at the Icebreaker nightcap.

It was the first-ever Tour-type Modified victory for Haydt Yannone Racing and came at the end of a night where Silk went up and down the running order like a yo-yo. The former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Champion kept fighting, though, and triumphed at the Icebreaker for the first time since 2012.

Rocco started on the pole and lead the first seven laps before Enfield, CT’s Ronnie Williams took over. Williams paced the field until a mandatory fuel stop at lap 30. During that stop, Silk’s team was penalized for unauthorized use of equipment. Silk was sent to rear and pitted again for adjustments before the field went back to green.

“My car really wasn’t too good at that point,” Silk said of the penalty. “I was too free anyway, so it might have been a little bit of a blessing. I was kind of hanging onto third at that point, so it was good to come in and get a little bit of an adjustment and figure out that we still needed to go for more when we put (the new) tires on at the end.”

At the front, Williams surrendered the lead back to Rocco on lap 42 before Chelmsford, MA’s Jon McKennedy took the point 10 circuits later. When the sixth yellow flew at lap 55 for Artie Pedersen’s spin, many of the leaders pitted for fresh tires and/or adjustments, leaving McKennedy and Rocco as the only drivers who hadn’t made at least one non-fuel stop.

Riverhead, NY’s Eric Goodale, the recent Martinsville Speedway winner, snatched the lead from McKennedy on lap 58 with Silk not far behind. Williams was flying through the field, though, and went to the front again with 67 laps in the books.

The next trio of cautions greatly changed the event’s cousin. A debris caution on lap 73 led to McKennedy, Rocco, Goodale, and others heading to the pits. But one lap after the restart, the filed got stacked up entering turn one. McKennedy, Goodale, and Chris Pasteryak ended up piling into the wall to bring out the red flag.

Williams and Sam Rameau then pulled away before the ninth yellow on lap 89 when Anthony Sesely and Andrew Krause tangled in turn two. Another en masse visit to the pits followed, with Rocco leading the herd onto the track in fourth. Meanwhile, Williams and Silk took the green in 10th and 11th, respectively.

Rocco made short work on the restart to take the lead from J.B. Fortin on lap 91. Craig Lutz and Williams navigated their way through the field, and with laps winding down, it looked like a three-car shootout for the win. Lutz had gotten up to fourth well back of the lead trio.

But on the 113th circuit, Bobby Santos III spun to bring out the 10th and final caution. Silk saw his opportunity and went for it, jumping from fourth to second on the restart and then diving beneath Rocco in turn three one lap later, with Rocco making an unsuccessful crossover attempt. Silk kept the field at bay from there, leading the final 12 laps for the Icebreaker win.

“It’s cool to say you won the first Open race in this new structure here, and 10 Grand is always great,” Silk said. “(This team has) put a lot of effort and money into this, so it’s good to get them some results.”

Rocco finished second after winning the Sunoco Modified feature earlier in the day. Santos put on fresh tires after his spin and tore through the field to take third. Lutz, Williams, Rameau, Matt Swanson, Sesely, Mike Christopher Jr., and Patrick Emerling completed the top-10.

Warwick, MA’s Tom Carey III pulled away late to win the 40-lap Late Model feature. Carey started sixth and was challenging N. Dartmouth, MA’s Derek Gluchacki when the third caution flew on lap eight for Paul Heard’s front stretch spin. It was part of a calamitous start that also Jason Larivee Jr. and Donald Macrino scale the turn-three wall in an earlier incident.

Carey put the nose out front on the third restart just before another yellow for Kevin Bowe. This time, when the green flew, Carey and Gluchacki spent multiple laps swapping paint before Carey finally gained the upper hand. Once the field finally got a long green-flag run, Carey’s Chevrolet truly came to life as he steadily extended the margin.

The fifth and final yellow for a turn-two spin by Charles H. Bailey IV set up a seven-lap dash for cash. On the restart, North Franklin, CT’s Ryan Morgan wound it up on the outside and went from fourth to second. Gluchacki then tried to get back at Morgan, which gave Carey the cushion he needed to take the victory and a $1,200 payday. It was Carey’s second straight Late Model Icebreaker win.

“I’m lucky enough to have two of these (Icebreaker wins) now,” Carey said after the event. “It’s huge, man. This event has always been a stable to kick off the season in New England. I’m just honored, really, to win at a historic track like Thompson — a track that I really love and always have since I was a little kid.”

Morgan held on for the runner-up spot. Gluchacki completed the podium followed by Woody Pitkat and Rick Gentes. Matthew Lowinski-Loh, Corey Fanning, Charles H. Bailey III, Nicolas Johnson, and Mark Jenison rounded out the top-10.

Moosup, CT’s Larry Barnett found his way to Thompson’s Victory Lane for the first time since 2017 in the 25-lap Limited Sportsmen feature. Barnett was running fourth on lap seven when Kyle Gero and Ryan Waterman tangled in turn two racing for lead. Troy Waterman had nowhere to go and piled into Gero, severely damaging both cars.

Corey Fanning and Barnett inherited the front row for the restart, with Barnett getting the jump on the restart. Barnett, Fanning, and Brent Gleason then broke away from the pack before Gleason went to work on Fanning for second, allowing Barnett to stretch his lead out.

One more caution on lap 20 for Jeffrey VanPelt’s spin re-racked the field for a sprint to the finish. Barnett took charge again and rolled to another victory on the Thompson high banks.

Fanning held off Gleason by a few feet to finish second. Ryan Waterman recovered from the lap-7 incident to finish fourth. Scott Sundeen, Douglas Curry, Nicholas Hovey, Michael Malbaurn, Tommy Shea, and Aaron Plemons completed the top-10.

Newtown, CT’s Anthony Bello saved his best for last to capture the SK Light Modified feature by a whisker. Bello spent most of the 25-lap event stalking Danbury, CT’s George Bessette Jr., who had led from the outside pole. As many as six cars raced under a blanket with a minor spin on lap three being the only thing to slow them down.

Bello looked to Bessette’s inside midway through the race, but nothing was doing. Coming into turn three for the final time, though, Bello swept by Bessette on the inside. Bessette pulled the crossover move off turn four and the two drag-raced to the finish line. At the checkered flag, Bello was ahead by just 0.023 seconds to claim victory.

Bessette settled for a heartbreaking second followed by Albert Ouellette in third. Wayne Burroughs Jr., Steven Chapman, Shawn Thibeault, Nathan Pytho, Josh Carey, Paul Charette, and John O’Sullivan III came home fourth through 10th.

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park resumes its 2021 oval track season on Wednesday, June 16. The Outlaw Open Modified Series races for $5,000 to win in the Nutmeg State 75. The Sunoco Modifieds, Thompson Late Models, Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks join them on the card. Post time, pricing, and other information will be announced in the coming weeks.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com.  You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com or visit www.proallstarsseries.com. Don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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THOMPSON ICEBREAKER — NIGHT SESSION

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 2021

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

OUTLAW OPEN MODIFIED SERIES

ICEBREAKER 125

Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps

1. ( 3 ) Ron Silk ( 16CT ) Norwalk, CT , 125 Laps

2. ( 1 ) Keith Rocco ( 57CT ) Berlin, CT , 125 Laps

3. ( 11 ) Bobby Santos III ( 44MA ) Franklin, MA , 125 Laps

4. ( 2 ) Craig Lutz ( 46NY ) Middle Island, NY , 125 Laps

5. ( 5 ) Ronnie Williams ( 25CT ) Tolland, CT , 125 Laps

6. ( 12 ) Sam Rameau ( 06MA ) Westminster, MA , 125 Laps

7. ( 6 ) Matt Swanson ( 3MA ) Harvard, MA , 125 Laps

8. ( 20 ) Anthony Sesely ( 16NJ ) Port Monmouth, NJ , 125 Laps

9. ( 17 ) Mike Christopher Jr. ( 7NY ) Wolcott, CT , 125 Laps

10. ( 10 ) Patrick Emerling ( 1CT ) Orchard Park, NY , 125 Laps

11. ( 22 ) J.B. Fortin ( 84NY ) Holtsville, NY , 125 Laps

12. ( 15 ) Anthony Nocella ( 92MA ) Woburn, MA , 125 Laps

13. ( 21 ) Jeffrey Gallup ( 4MA ) Agawam, MA , 125 Laps

14. ( 18 ) Todd Owen ( 81MA ) Somers, CT , 116 Laps

15. ( 7 ) Andrew Krause ( 24NJ ) Holmdel, NJ , 92 Laps

16. ( 19 ) Richard Savary ( 99MA ) Holbrook, MA , 91 Laps

17. ( 4 ) Chris Pasteryak ( 75CT ) Moosup, CT , 74 Laps

18. ( 8 ) Eric Goodale ( 58NY ) Riverhead, NY , 74 Laps

19. ( 9 ) Jonathan McKennedy ( 79MA ) Chelmsford, MA , 74 Laps

20. ( 24 ) Artie Pedersen III ( 01NY ) Center Moriches, NY , 55 Laps

21. ( 14 ) Noah Korner ( 31CT ) Avon, CT , 52 Laps

22. ( 16 ) Dan Meservey ( 45MA ) Brewster, MA , 34 Laps

23. ( 13 ) Max Zachem ( 18CT ) Oakdale, CT , 18 Laps

24. ( 23 ) Andy Shaw ( 60NH ) Center Conway, NH , 4 Laps

25. ( 25 ) Trevor Bleau ( 4NH ) Troy, NH , 4 Laps

DNS Carl Medieros Jr. ( 50MA ) Westport, MA

DNS Derek Robbie ( 27MA ) Bellingham, MA

DNS Josh Zentek ( 81CT ) East Haven, CT

DNS Robert Bloxsom ( 55CT ) Stratford, CT

Lap Leaders: Keith Rocco, 1-7; Ronnie Williams, 8-41; Rocco, 42-51; Jonathan McKennedy, 52-57; Eric Goodale, 58-66; Williams, 67-89; J.B. Fortin, 90; Rocco, 91-113; Ron Silk, 114-125. (8 lead changes among 6 drivers)

Time of Race: 1 hour, 19 minutes, 49 seconds   Margin of Victory: 0.772 seconds

Cautions: 10 (laps 4, 18, 18, 30, 33, 55, 73, 74 [red], 89, 112)

Heat Winners: Keith Rocco, Eric Goodale, Jonathan McKennedy

Consi Winner: Anthony Sesely

ACT-TYPE LATE MODELS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. ( 6 ) Tom Carey III ( 5MA ) Warwick , MA

2. ( 3 ) Ryan Morgan ( 31CT ) North Franklin , CT

3. ( 2 ) Derek Gluchacki ( 03MA ) No. Dartmouth , MA

4. ( 5 ) Woody Pitkat ( 91CT ) Bellingham , MA

5. ( 4 ) Rick Gentes ( 70 ) Harrisville , RI

6. ( 11 ) Matthew Lowinski-Loh ( 17 ) Milford , MA

7. ( 17 ) Corey Fanning ( 11 ) Mapleville , RI

8. ( 13 ) Charles H. Bailey III ( 94CT ) Lisbon , CT

9. ( 15 ) Nicholas Johnson ( 6 ) Rehoboth , MA

10. ( 9 ) Mark Jenison ( 22RI ) Warwick , RI

11. ( 18 ) Paul Heard ( 32 ) Lisbon , CT

12. ( 8 ) Ryan Waterman ( 75 ) Danielson , CT

13. ( 1 ) Shawn Monahan ( 55 ) Waterford , CT

14. ( 7 ) Brian Tagg ( 9MA ) Oxford , MA

15. ( 14 ) Mike Benevides ( 50RI ) Westerly , RI

16. ( 20 ) Charles H. Bailey IV ( 4CT ) Lisbon , CT

17. ( 16 ) Kevin Bowe ( 28RI ) Smithfield , RI

18. ( 10 ) Jason Larivee Jr. ( 70RI ) West Greenwich , RI

19. ( 12 ) Donald A. Macrino ( 13 ) Waterford , CT

20. ( 19 ) Glenn Boss ( 3 ) Danielson , CT

DNS Joseph Parker ( 60MA ) Weymouth , MA

LIMITED SPORTSMEN

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Lawrence P. Barnett ( 73 ) Moosup , CT

2. Corey Fanning ( 47 ) Mapleville , RI

3. Brent Gleason ( 01 ) Griswold , CT

4. Ryan Waterman ( 24 ) Danielson , CT

5. Scott Sundeen ( 36 ) Sutton , MA

6. Douglas Curry ( 2 ) Bosrah , CT

7. Nicholas Hovey ( 16 ) Chaplin , CT

8. Michael Malbaurn ( 64 ) Moosup , CT

9. Tommy Shea ( 45 ) Somers , CT

10. Aaron Plemons ( 67 ) Uncasville , CT

11. Jeffery VanPelt ( 13 ) Johnston , RI

12. Charles H. Scott III ( 10 ) Medway , MA

13. Doug Benoit ( 2X ) Swansea , MA

14. Kevin Mason ( 37 ) West Warwick , RI

15. Kristopher Kay ( 8 ) Dudley , MA

16. Zachary Mead ( 25X ) Putnam , CT

17. Edward  Flanagan, Jr ( 5 ) Warwick , RI

18. Al Stone III ( 52 ) Durham , CT

19. Jon Porter ( 38 ) East Lyme , CT

20. Kyle Gero ( 19CT ) Baltic , CT

21. Troy Waterman ( 75 ) Danielson , CT

22. Brandon Houghton ( 57 ) Thompson , CT

SK LIGHT MODIFIEDS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Anthony Bello ( 2 ) Newtown , CT

2. George Bessette, Jr ( 39 ) Danbury , CT

3. Albert Ouellette ( 151 ) Ellington , CT

4. Wayne Burroughs, Jr ( 32 ) Colchester , CT

5. Steven Chapman ( 14 ) Ellington , CT

6. Shawn Thibeault ( 56 ) North Windham , CT

7. Nathan G.  Pytho ( 24 ) Oxford , MA

8. Josh Carey ( 69 ) Belchertown , MA

9. Paul Charette ( 28 ) Woodstock , CT

10. John O’Sullivan III ( 15 ) Norwich , CT

11. Jason Paquette ( 94 ) Baltic , CT

12. Michael Mitchell ( 40 ) Cumberland , RI

13. Peter Lopuch ( 71 ) Redding , CT

14. Glenn Korner ( 27 ) Bloomfield , CT

15. Steve Kenneway ( 26 ) Lowell , MA

DNS Cameron Houle ( 05 ) Clinton , MA

Griffith Dominates at Icebreaker to Remain Perfect on PASS Season

Thompson, CT ­— Hudson, NH’s Derek Griffith went wire-to-wire to capture the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Thompson 75 at the annual Icebreaker on Saturday, April 10. Griffith grabbed the lead in the first corner and was on a rail from there, claiming victory in the headliner for the afternoon session of the 82nd Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park season opener.

Griffith’s win kept the young star perfect on the PASS Super Late Model season. He captured both PASS National Easter Bunny 150 events at North Carolina’s Hickory Motor Speedway the previous weekend. Now Griffith also has a win in the PASS North championship opener.

It took less than 500 feet for Griffith to get to the front at Thompson. He started second after winning the second qualifying heat, and when polesitter Ben Rowe had trouble coming up to speed, Griffith and several others shot past.

The only thing that could slow Griffith was the race’s lone caution on lap 3 when Garrett Hall tagged the backstretch wall. When the field went green again, Griffith put the hammer down. Rowley, MA’s Eddie “The Outlaw” MacDonald gave chase as best he could, and could narrow the gap some in traffic, but Griffith restored his margin every time they got clear.

Even as multiple other drivers had strong runs go sour in the unseasonable warm weather, Griffith never wavered. He ultimately put more than half the field a lap down and cruised to an impressive win.

“I love it here,” Griffith said after the race. “I tell people all the time about how cool the Icebreaker is and how big of a weekend it is. You know we travel everywhere and not everybody understands how big of a weekend it is — and not just for PASS…so to come get another (win) here is pretty cool. It’s definitely one to mark off.”

MacDonald finished second with Center Conway, NH’s Gabe Brown a comfortable third. Rowe recovered from his early troubles and held off Rowland Robinson Jr. for fourth. Reigning PASS North champion D.J. Shaw, Johnny Clark, Corey Casagrande, Mike Scorzelli, and Dan Winter rounded out the top-10.

Berlin, CT’s Keith Rocco came out on top of a barnburner to win the Sunoco Modified season opener. Rocco started fourth in the 30-lap main event and took the lead from Oxford, MA’s Troy Talman on a lap-9 restart after Christian Turissi’s spin.

Wolcott, CT’s Mike Christopher moved into the runner-up spot following the second caution on lap 13. Rocco and Christopher pulled away from the field nose-to-tail for several laps, but with seven to go, the real battle began. Christopher dove inside Rocco entering turn 3, the first of what would be six passes in as many laps. Rocco, however, kept putting his Modified out front at the start/finish line where it counted.

As the duo got the two-to-go signal, Christopher finally had the lead by a nose at the line and cleared Rocco entered turn one. Rocco went back underneath him in the third turn, and the two banged nerf bars. Christopher slid up the track, allowing Rocco to get away for another victory in his dominating Thompson Speedway career.

Talman and Todd Owen also got past Christopher thanks to the late contact, finishing second and third in the final rundown. Christopher had to settle for fourth. Danny Cates, Jonathan Puleo, John Lowinski-Loh, Richard Williams, Jason Sundeen, and Paul LaPlante completed the top-10.

Franklin, MA’s Bobby Santos III kicked off his Icebreaker weekend with a victory in the 25-lap NEMA LITES Midgets feature. Santos started seventh in the Matt and Bob Seymour-owned #1, and after a slow start, began him march to the front. He inherited the second spot on lap 13 when Dan Cugini’s Midget shut down, then caught leader Jim Santa Maria with eight laps to go.

One lap later, Santos drove beneath Santa Maria on the front stretch and cleared him entering turn 1. It was no contest from there as Santos sailed to the victory.

Santa Maria came in second followed by Jake Trainor. Kyle Valeri, Richie Coy, Paul Scally, Christopher Vose, Tiana Kibbe, Matt Seavy, and Cugini finched fourth through 10th.

Plymouth, MA Paul Newcomb ended a frenetic two days on a high note by winning the 25-lap Street Stock Open feature. Newcomb started fourth and found an opening early, muscling beneath polesitter Ryan Waterman in turn four to take the lead after two laps.

Candia, NH’s Jimmy Renfrew Jr. was the only driver who could even come close to hanging with Newcomb on the ensuing green-flag run. Renfrew got a shot on a restart with eight laps to go after Zachary Mead’s spin. But the #00 got loose exiting turn four the following lap. Renfrew eventually slid back to fourth as Newcomb marched to the victory.

Waterman finished second with Kyle Gero third. Joe Kohler, Wayne Coury, Bobby Segar Jr., Devin McConologue, Justin Travis, and Nick Hovey also earned top-10 finishes.

Freeport, NY’s Gerard Giordano Jr. won a photo finish over Warwick, RI’s Ryan Vanasse in the 35-lap EXIT Realty Pro Truck Challenge feature. Vanasse had pulled away in the middle stages of the event, but Giordano had the better long-run truck and ran him down with seven laps to go. The fourth and final caution came out soon after, setting up a four-lap dash to the finish.

Vanasse initially cleared Giordano on the restart. With two laps to go, though, Giordano ducked back inside. Entered turn for the final time, the duo touched and got sideways. After gathering it up, they banged doors again coming to the line. It was Giordano, the former series champion, edging Vanasse by 0.015 seconds for the win.

Waterford, CT’s Emma Monahan had a strong run for third. Duane Noll, Connor Souza, Joe Arena, Andy Lindeman, Todd Taylor, Joseph Coates, and Randy Coates opened their season with top-10 finishes.

Sterling, CT’s Jared Roy continued his domination of the Thompson Mini Stocks with a victory in their 15-lap feature. Roy came from seventh on the starting grid to run down Steven Michalski at the halfway mark. After ducking inside Michalski as the leaders completed lap nine, Roy completed the pass entering turn one a circuit later.

Coming out of turn four the next time around, Michalski broke loose and spun to bring out the race’s only caution. Roy had a rear-view mirror full of Gales Ferry, CT’s Thomas Silva over the final four laps, but held on for the victory. Dave Trudeau, Douglas Curry, and Charles Canfield completed the top-five.

The annual Thompson Icebreaker concludes with the April 10 evening session later today. The nightcap includes the $10,000-to-win Icebreaker 125 for the Outlaw Open Modified Series plus the ACT-type Late Models, Limited Sportsmen, and SK Light Modifieds. The event was originally planned for Sunday before being moved to Saturday night due to a poor weather forecast.

General admission is $35 for adults and $10 for kids ages 12 and under. A live pay-per-view is also available on Speed51.TV for $29.99.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com.  You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com or visit www.proallstarsseries.com. Don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries and camping reservations, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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THOMPSON ICEBREAKER — AFTERNOON SESSION

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 2021

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

PASS SUPER LATE MODELS

Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps 

1. ( 2 ) Derek Griffith ( 12G ) Hudson, NH , 75 Laps

2. ( 3 ) Eddie MacDonald ( 17MA ) Rowley, MA , 75 Laps

3. ( 4 ) Gabe Brown ( 47 ) Ctr. Conway, NH , 75 Laps

4. ( 1 ) Ben Rowe ( 4 ) Turner, ME , 75 Laps

5. ( 8 ) Rowland Robinson Jr. ( 20 ) Steuben, ME , 75 Laps

6. ( 6 ) D.J. Shaw ( 60 ) Ctr. Conway, NH , 75 Laps

7. ( 5 ) Johnny Clark ( 54 ) Hallowell, ME , 75 Laps

8. ( 14 ) Cory Casagrande ( 7CT ) Stafford Springs, CT , 75 Laps

9. ( 12 ) Mike Scorzelli ( 18 ) Feura Bush, NY , 75 Laps

10. ( 19 ) Dan Winter ( 81 ) Deerfield, NH , 74 Laps

11. ( 16 ) Shane Clark ( 21 ) Wintersport, ME , 74 Laps

12. ( 17 ) Jake Matheson ( 52 ) Hillsboro, NH , 74 Laps

13. ( 18 ) Anthony Constantino ( 14C ) Turner, ME , 74 Laps

14. ( 9 ) Keith Rocco ( 48 ) Berlin, CT , 74 Laps

15. ( 20 ) Kate Re ( 10 ) Harrison, ME , 74 Laps

16. ( 21 ) Brandon Turbush ( 17X ) Manorville, NY , 71 Laps

17. ( 15 ) Kevin Folan ( 17 ) N. Attleboro, MA , 68 Laps

18. ( 7 ) Brandon Barker ( 88 ) Windham, ME , 62 Laps

19. ( 11 ) Devin O’Connell ( 43 ) Madison, CT , 42 Laps

20. ( 10 ) Jake Johnson ( 15MA ) Rehoboth, MA , 31 Laps

21. ( 13 ) Garrett Hall ( 94 ) Scarborough, ME , 2 Laps

SUNOCO MODIFIEDS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Keith Rocco ( 57 ) Berlin , CT

2. Troy Talman ( 3 ) Oxford , MA

3. Todd Owen ( 81 ) Somers , CT

4. Mike Christopher Jr. ( 82 ) Wolcott , CT

5. Danny Cates ( 2 ) Chaplin , CT

6. Jonathan Puleo ( 7 ) Branford , CT

7. John Lowinski-Loh ( 33 ) Thompson , CT

8. Richard Williams ( 59 ) 0 , 0

9. Jason Sundeen ( 26 ) Douglas , MA

10. Paul LaPlante ( 02 ) N. Scituate , RI

11. Darin Renihan ( 44 ) 0 , 0

12. Max Zachem ( 27 ) Preston , CT

13. Christian Turrisi ( 76 ) Clinton , CT

14. Joe Allegro Jr. ( 08 ) Vernon , RI

15. Dylan Izzo ( 11X ) Monroe , CT

NEMA LITES MIDGETS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Bobby Santos III ( 1 ) Franklin, MA

2. Jim Santa Maria ( 97 ) Burlington, CT

3. Jake Trainor ( 29 ) Medway, MA

4. Kyle Valeri ( 17 ) Monument Beach, MA

5. Richie Coy ( 19 ) Haskell, NJ

6. Paul Scally ( 30 ) Raynham, MA

7. Christopher Vose ( 3 ) Gloversville, NY

8. Tiana Kibbe ( 94 ) Fairfield, CT

9. Matt Seavey ( 16 ) Pittsfield, NH

10. Dan Cugini ( 51 ) Philadelphia, PA

11. Anthony Payne ( 44 ) Fairlawn, NJ

12. Kevin Park ( 2 ) Foxboro, MA

13. Mikey Pernisiglio ( 28 ) Ronkonkoma, NY

14. Brayden Egan ( 59 ) Asford, CT

15. Joe Bailey ( 21 ) Monroe, NJ

16. Dylan Coutu ( 53 ) Griswold, CT

17. Randy Cabral ( 35 ) Plymouth, MA

STREET STOCK OPEN

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Paul Newcomb ( 7 ) Plymouth, MA

2. Ryan Waterman ( 75 ) Danielson, CT

3. Kyle Gero ( 19CT ) Baltic, CT

4. Jimmy Renfrew Jr. ( 00 ) Candia, NH

5. Joe Kohler ( 43 ) Scituate, RI

6. Wayne Coury ( 17CT ) Milford, CT

7. Bobby Seger Jr. ( 17 ) Hermon, ME

8. Devon McConologue ( 18 ) West Newfield, ME

9. Justin Travis ( 45 ) North Smithfield, CT

10. Nickolas Hovey ( 16 ) Chaplin, CT

11. Jon Porter ( 38 ) East Lyme, CT

12. Michael Malbaurn ( 64 ) Moosup, CT

13. Zachary Mead ( 25 ) Putnam, CT

14. Kristopher Kay ( 8 ) Dudley, MA

15. Vinny Panglinan ( 53 ) Warwick, RI

16. Jeremy Washburn ( 78 ) Willimantic, CT

17. Tom Shea ( 45B ) Somers, CT

18. Christopher Buffone ( 2 ) Belchertown, MA

19. Randall Waterman Jr. ( 57 ) Danielson, CT

20. Aaron Plemons ( 67 ) Uncasville, CT

21. Paul Williams ( 13 ) Stoughton, MA

DNS Jim Silvia ( 116 ) Middletown, RI

DNS Corey Fanning ( 47 ) Mapleville, RI

EXIT REALTY PRO TRUCK CHALLENGE

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Gerard Giordano Jr. ( 15 ) Freeport, NY

2. Ryan Vanasse ( 31 ) Warwick, RI

3. Emma Monahan ( 78 ) Waterford, CT

4. Duane Noll ( 2 ) Trumbull, CT

5. Connor Souza ( 38 ) East Providence, RI

6. Joe Arena ( 01 ) Wethersfield, CT

7. Andy Lindeman ( 3 ) Poestenkill, NY

8. Todd Taylor ( 47 ) Stonington, CT

9. Joseph Coates ( 91 ) Ledyard, CT

10. Randy Burr ( 32 ) Middleboro, MA

11. Jim Boyle ( 02 ) East Windsor, CT

12. Nathan Smith ( 55 ) 0

13. Joe Liscawitz ( 4 ) 0

14. Dave Koenig ( 97 ) Oceanside, NY

15. Brandon Hunt ( 84 ) East Windsor, CT

16. Robert Busch Jr. ( 17 ) 0

17. Devon Jencik ( 23 ) Canton, CT

18. Allen Coates ( 90 ) Ledyard, CT

19. Jason Ferreira ( 24 ) Lowell, MA

20. Andrew Morin ( 10 ) Old Saybrook, CT

21. Ariana (Ari) Jencik ( 33 ) Canton, CT

22. Brad Caddick ( 48 ) Wyoming, RI

23. Chris Taylor ( 5 ) 0

24. Lucas Leone ( 1 ) Southington, CT

25. Dylan  Cabral ( 19 ) Richmond, RI

THOMPSON MINI STOCKS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Jared  Roy ( 1 ) Sterling , CT

2. Thomas Silva ( 31 ) Gales Ferry , CT

3. Dave Trudeau ( 97 ) Mansfield , CT

4. Douglas Curry ( 2 ) Bosrah , CT

5. Charles Canfield ( 25 ) East Haven , CT

6. Steven H. Michalski ( 44 ) Brooklyn , CT

7. Russell Barboza ( 4 ) Plainfield , CT

8. Kevin  Moore ( 04 ) Moosup , CT

9. Scott Quinn ( 20RI ) Harrisville , RI

10. Nadine Coates ( 40 ) Newport , NH

11. Raymond Herman Sr. ( 91 ) Baltic , CT