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Scarborough, Stone Split Wins on Wild Night at Devil’s Bowl

Posted By Tj Ingerson on June 28, 2014

Johnny Scarborough of Bomoseen, VT celebrates his first Modified victory at DevilPHOTO: Johnny Scarborough of Bomoseen, VT celebrates his first Modified victory at Devil's Bowl Speedway in 15 years. (MemorEvents photo)

Gordon, Bradford, MacMichael repeat; Watrous a first-time winner

(From track press release)

WEST HAVEN --
An action-packed night of NASCAR Whelen All-American Series stock car racing at Devil’s Bowl Speedway was capped by an unpredictable finale and two first-time feature winners. Johnny Scarborough and Todd Stone split victories in the top-tier Modifieds as Chuck Bradford and Kyle Watrous each won Mini Stock features, and Robert Gordon and Scott MacMichael repeated in the Renegade and SK Light classes, respectively. Read Full Story

Double Features, Kids Bike Races on tap at Devil’s Bowl

Posted By Tj Ingerson on June 25, 2014

Cody Sargen (#55) has been knocking on the door of his first Bond Auto Parts Modified victory at DevilPHOTO: Cody Sargen (#55) has been knocking on the door of his first Bond Auto Parts Modified victory at Devil's Bowl Speedway - he'll have two chances with double feature races on Friday, June 27. (MemorEvents photo)

Modified and Mini Stock classes to double up on Friday, June 27

WEST HAVEN --
Race fans will see double as the on Friday, June 27 at Rutland County’s Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Both the Bond Auto Parts Modified and Central Vermont Motorcycles Mini Stock divisions of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series will run twin feature races at the event, in addition to racing for the Renegade and SK Light classes. A Kids Bicycle Race event is also on tap, open to children of all ages. Read Full Story

Mueller Rebounds With a Big Win at Devil’s Bowl

Posted By Tj Ingerson on June 21, 2014

Jessey Mueller whoops it up after a big victory in the Bond Auto Parts Modified division at DevilPHOTO: Jessey Mueller whoops it up after a big victory in the Bond Auto Parts Modified division at Devil's Bowl Speedway on 105.3 Cat Country "Hometown Heroes" Night. (MemorEvents photo)

Fisher, McCarron, Donahue in winner’s circle

(From track press release)

WEST HAVEN --
Jessey Mueller made a big statement at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Friday, June 20. The Olmstedville, NY teenager rebounded from a disqualification just five days earlier, then drove from last place on the starting grid to win the 30-lap Bond Auto Parts Modified event presented by 105.3 Cat Country. Joining Mueller as NASCAR Whelen All-American Series feature winners on the night were Jamie Fisher, Stephen Donahue, and John McCarron. The annual “Hometown Heroes” event honored all military, veterans, law enforcement, and first responders with free general admission. Read Full Story

Devil’s Bowl Announces Modified Disqualification

Posted By Tj Ingerson on June 17, 2014

Jessey Mueller, seen earlier in the season at Thunder Road IntPHOTO: Jessey Mueller, seen earlier in the season at Thunder Road Int'l Speedbowl, was disqualified from his apparent second place finish on Sunday at Devil's Bowl Speedway. (VMM file photo)

(From track press release)

WEST HAVEN --
Devil’s Bowl Speedway has disqualified driver Jessey Mueller and the No. 19 car from the 101.5 The Fox Spring Green event held on Sunday, June 15. Mueller crossed the finish line in second place behind winner Todd Stone in the 30-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series feature race for the Bond Auto Parts Modified division. Read Full Story

Stone Withstands the Heat, Returns to Devil's Bowl Victory Lane

Posted By Tj Ingerson on June 16, 2014

Todd Stone (#1x) works to the outside of Leon Gonyo (#4) for the race lead on Sunday at DevilPHOTO: 'Todd Stone (#1x) works to the outside of Leon Gonyo (#4) for the race lead on Sunday at Devil's Bowl Speedway in the Bond Auto Parts Modified feature event. (Alan Ward photo)

--by Michael Stridsberg (@OntheMike43)
VMM Correspondent

WEST HAVEN --
Todd Stone held off a late challenge from Jessey Mueller to score his first win of the season at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday – and then publicly reprimanded his vanquished foe for his postrace actions. Read Full Story