WATERFORD, Conn. — A record-setting night took place Saturday at Waterford Speedbowl as it hosted a six division NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race program.
Leading the way was a win by Wallingfords Nichole Morgillo in the SK Modified® feature, becoming the first woman to win a race in the tracks premier division in the 63-year history of the race track.
Earlier in the night, Victoria Bergenty of Plainville captured a victory in the SK Light Modified feature to join Morgillo as winning women in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action, a first at the oval.
Keith Rocco of Meriden unofficially captured the Bob Valenti Auto Mall Late Model track championship following his tenth win of the season to become just the second driver to win titles in three different divisions at the track.
Ken Cassidy Jr. of Lisbon took one step further in his quest for a fifth championship in one division as he won the nights Mini Stock feature and Corey Hutchings of Salem won his seventh Street Stock race of the year.
In INEX racing, Dylan Izzo of Westport won his fourth Saturday night Legend Cars feature of 2013.