Matt Clement Has Championship Aspirations for 2020 While Brother Jay Joins Limited Late Model Field at Stafford
(Stafford Springs, CT)—Fresh off a career best season, Matt Clement is looking forward to the 2020 Limited Late Model season at Stafford Speedway. Clement entered the 2019 winless after 4 full seasons at Stafford. Clement not only scored his first career win, he went on to win a division leading 7 times, putting him behind only Tom Fearn as the winningest driver of 2019. Clement missed out on winning the championship by 4 points to Jeremy Lavoie but as he prepares for the 2020 season there is only one goal for Clement and the #59 Clement Motorsports team.
Bryan Narducci Focused and Ready for Rookie SK Modified® Season at Stafford
(Stafford Springs, CT)—In only 2 short years, Bryan Narducci has showed he is a quick study behind the wheel of his #01 machine sponsored by The Florida Connection by winning 2018 Rookie of the Year honors and 13 races in the SK Light division. With plans to make the move into Stafford’s premier SK Modified® division for the 2020 season, Narducci will be looking to carry his success from the SK Light division with him for his rookie year.
Meghan Fuller Ready to Challenge for Street Stock Championship at Stafford
(Stafford Springs, CT)—Meghan Fuller is ready to once again challenge for the Street Stock championship in 2020 at Stafford Speedway. Fuller will return to the Street Stock division behind the wheel of the same #2 Propane Plus Chevrolet that she has piloted to back to back second place finishes in the points standings. Fuller finished runner-up to George Bessette, Jr. by 58 points in 2018 and finished 26 points behind Zack Robinson in 2019. Fuller has her eyes set on equaling her 5 wins from a year ago as well as challenging for the championship.