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Nostalgia Weekend - Sat. July 25th
Vintage race cars on display from New England Antique Racers (NEAR), Senior Tour Auto Racers (Star)
and Vintage Midgets.

Photos by John DaDalt
Lites Feature - Speedbowl - Sat. July 25th
Pos. # Driver Hometown Owner
1 29 Anthony Nocella Woburn, MA Matt Seymour
2 11 Jake Stergios Candia, NH Bill Stergios
3 28 Paul Luggelle Holbrook, MA Paul Luggelle
4 48 Todd Bertrand Suffield, CT Tim Bertrand
5 35 Anthony Marvuglio E. Bridgewater, MA Glen Cabral
6 20 Chris Haskell Southampton, MA Andy Schlatz
7 22 Rick Hart  Nassau, NY Rick Hart
8 09 Wade Matteson - Ron Doty
9 12 Edward LeClerc Jr. Taunton, MA Edward LeClerc Sr.
5c Joey Chick Hubbardston, MA Bob Chick
36 Eric Cabral Manchester, NH Glen Cabral
47 Randy Cabral Plymouth, MA Glen Cabral
52 Kevin Park Foxboro, MA Kevin Park
00 Shawn Torrey Marshfield, MA Paul Luggelle

Second Lites Win For Nocella

Waterford, CT – Anthony Nocella led all but four laps en route to a NEMA Lites victory Saturday night at Waterford Speedbowl. Starting fifth, the 20-lapper was the second win of the season for Nocella.

“It feels good to get the second one,” said Nocella who steered the Seymour #29 inside of pole sitter Paul Luggelle exiting four. Running to the finish without a caution, he “liked” the added room the Speedbowl allowed.

Jake Stergios, who came from deep in the field, won a series of individual battles before settling for second. He got Anthony Marvuglio for third with eight to go. Luggelle was dispatched with five remaining and Stergois was closing on the leader.

“I was not aware of Jake,” said Nocella. “I just kept going as hard as I could.” A Whip City Speedway Mini Sprint competitor prior to this year, he credits car owner Bobby Seymour with making the move to asphalt.

Luggelle was third while Todd Bertrand won a late race battle with Anthony Marvuglio for fourth.

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