September 26, 2018 - Our countdown to the October 13-14 World Series of Speedway Racing at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park brings us to current tied-for-seventh-place points owner Mike Muldoon and his son, Michael Muldoon, driver of the beautiful home-built No. 15 supermodified.
In his first year competing full time on the ISMA circuit, Muldoon has finished inside the top-five once, coming with a fourth-place finish at Jukasa, and has driven to four top-10s.
The Baldwinsville, N.Y., driver, who scored an ISMA feature win last year in one of his first starts with the series in the Ollie Silva Memorial at Lee USA, is a multi-time Oswego Speedway feature winner and still gaining experience with the winged supers while racing mostly at tracks he's never visited. While the learning curve has been steep, Muldoon has been fast on many occasions and if things go right can be a threat to win at most tracks, especially with a good starting position.
Muldoon enters the season closer tied with Steve Stout and driver Trent Stephens for seventh in owner points, and this will be a battle to watch throughout the weekend at Thompson. Muldoon did not attend the 2017 version of the World Series, so this will be his first appearance at the fast five-eighths-mile Connecticut oval.