Matt Galko Has Busy 2019 Schedule at Stafford Speedway

(Stafford Springs, CT)—When the green flag falls on the 2019 season at Stafford Motor Speedway, one of the busiest drivers in the paddock area will be Meriden, CT native Matt Galko.  The driver of the #3 AAA Consulting, LLC. Chevrolet will once again chase after the SK Modified® track title but he will also be driving his own car in the three Open Modified 80 events on the 2019 Stafford calendar. In addition, Galko is also looking into the possibility of making his NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour debut this season.

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Kevin Gambacorta Ready to Rebound From Disappointing 2018 in Stafford Speedway’s Late Models

(Stafford Springs, CT)—After recording 5 consecutive top-4 finishes in the Late Model standings at Stafford Motor Speedway, the 2018 season was disappointing for Ellington, CT native Kevin Gambacorta.  The driver of the #23 Lavigne Law Dodge began last season with high hopes, but a wreck in the season opening NAPA Spring Sizzler event forced Gambacorta to miss several races as he repaired his car.  Another wreck later in the season relegated Gambacorta to the sidelines for several more races.  Despite missing 6 races in total, Gambacorta still managed to finish 9th in the standings on the strength of a win and 5 second place finishes.  Gambacorta is heading into the 2019 season at Stafford ready to put the misery of 2018 behind him.

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Ryan Fearn Joins Stafford Late Model Rookie Class for 2019

(Stafford Springs, CT)—After a career best season that saw him win 6 races and finish as runner up to Jeremy Lavoie in Stafford’s Limited Late Model championship race, Wild Thing Kart graduate and East Longmeadow, MA native Ryan Fearn will move to the Late Model division for the 2019 season.  Ryan Fearn will be a teammate with his cousin Tom Fearn and will challenge for Rookie of the Year honors with the #12 SAFCO Foam Chevrolet.

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Glen Reen Ready to Challenge for 2019 SK Modified® Championship

(Stafford Springs, CT)— Glen Reen and the #17 Avery Construction team head into the 2019 SK Modified® season at Stafford Speedway with their eyes set squarely on making a run for the championship. Reen will once again be teammates with Dan Avery but unlike the past several seasons, Reen’s sole focus will be with the SK Modified® machine.

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George Bessette, Jr. Ready to Defend Stafford Street Stock Title

(Stafford Springs, CT)—In just two short seasons, George Bessette, Jr. has gone from Wild Thing Kart graduate and Stafford rookie to Street Stock champion.  The Danbury, CT native claimed the Street Stock championship at Stafford with a dominant season that saw the then 15-year old finish outside the top-8 only twice as he scored a division leading 5 wins.  Bessette will return to the Street Stock division to defend his title while also keeping one eye looking towards the SK Light division with plans to move to open wheel competition full-time in 2020.

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Andrew Molleur Steps Up to SK Modified® Division at Stafford

(Stafford Springs, CT)—After winning 4 races and finishing fourth in the 2018 SK Light standings at Stafford Speedway as a 15 year old, Shelton, CT native Andrew Molleur is making the step up the open wheel ladder for the 2019 season and he will challenge for SK Modified® NAPA Rookie of the Year honors.

“I’m pretty excited for the season,” said Molleur.  “I watched a lot of the SK races last year and I’m confident that Ken Barry and all my guys made my SK Light car fast and they’ll make the SK car fast as well.  It’s exciting for me to make this step into SK Modified® racing with a great group of drivers.”

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