Sunday, September 16th
WEST HAVEN, Vt. - Todd Stone had a memorable return to Devil's Bowl Sunday.
Stone, a Middlebury, VT native who won the 2008 Devil's Bowl Speedway championship when the track had a clay surface, won the 100-lap Bond Auto Parts Modified race. Stone overcame a mechanical failure on lap 11 that left his car stopped on the track and caused a caution period, but after pitting for repairs, the No. 1x G. Stone Motors car tore its way through heavy traffic to catch leaders Jessey Mueller and Roger Labreche late in the race.
Seventeen year-old Mueller, of Olmstedville, NY, expertly navigated lapped traffic, but the right-front tire on his No. 19 Mueller & Sons Heavy Duty Towing car gave up with ten laps remaining. Stone snuck underneath Mueller exiting Turn 4 on lap 92 to take the lead and never looked back. Mueller took the runner-up spot, with St-Remis, QC racer Labreche third in his first-ever Devil's Bowl appearance. Vince Quenneville, Jr., of Brandon, VT was fourth with Leon Gonyo of Chazy, NY fifth. Alex Bell, Kenny Tremont, Jr., Hunter Bates, Joey Roberts, and Nick Heywood completed the unofficial top ten.
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