2nd annual Michael Marfeo Jr Memorial Race brought to you by LifeLine Ambulance

2nd annual Michael Marfeo Jr Memorial Race brought to you by LifeLine Ambulance

Join us for the Michael Marfeo Jr Memorial Race this saturday Night. Remember to cherish each day you have with your loved ones. A special thanks to LifeLine Ambulance for making this a reality. The race will be an Extra Distance late Model race at Seekonk Speedway July 12th, 2014. Mikey was a two year old boy who loved cars, daddy’s tools, rode his tractor around the house, when he heard Arthur on the T.V. he would sit and giggle, always wanted to be with his big sister Peanut, and when we could not find our keys we could count on Mikey playing with them. Mikey was diagnosed with brain cancer December 1997. We met so many Wonderful people who helped in so many ways. Family support was always there, Papa, Susan, Gerri, Carol and Tammy would take turns cooking a meal, ice cream night with Aunt Peg, friends stopped by to help in anyway. People we never knew took the time to show they cared and lend a helping hand, and Nana always brings coffee and chit chatter she is…., and a faithful 7:45 am call from Grandma. Poppy would be patient when Daddy would come in late and leave early. Love never seemed to go away. Mikey lost his battle with cancer April 1998. Proceeds from Mickey’s Fund go toward the Tomorrow Fund, Roger Williams Medical Center, Meeting Street School, Ronald McDonald House, and many more organizations to help with the race against cancer. We thank everyone for supporting the Michael Marfeo Jr. Fund. It takes people like you to make a miracle happen for someone else....
Open Wheel Wednesday Practice Announced

Open Wheel Wednesday Practice Announced

There will be an Open Wheel Wednesday practice on July 16th from 12 – 5 pm. This practice is open to all modifieds running in the Seekonk $10,000 to win Race Three of the Open Mod Series. The practice will also be open to NEMA midgets and NEMA Lites. There will be a rain date for this practice on July 17th at the same time. Admission will be $20 per person. Pits will open at 10 am. Please call the office to register for this practice at 508-336-9959…Tires will be available if we have enough pre registered...
Sydney Flanagan to perform Anthem at Thrill Show

Sydney Flanagan to perform Anthem at Thrill Show

This years July Thrill Show National Anthem will performed by Sydney Flanagan Straight from the School of Rock in Seekonk, Sydney is a 15 year old up and coming performer from Rehoboth! Check out The School of Rock…inspiring the world to rock on stage and in life!...
Sim’s Saturday Night Recap 6.28.14

Sim’s Saturday Night Recap 6.28.14

DARLING CAPTURES PRO STOCK WIN Ryan Vanasse and Dave Darling spent 30 of the 40 laps in their feature contesting with each other, Darling taking over from Tom Scully, Sr. after Scully was battered in a lap ten crash. Darling had the pole on the restart and Vanasse was at his shoulder. Darling got away clean and Vanasse settled in to snipe at the leader constantly. He grabbed the lead at the midpoint of the race with an underneath move. Darling’s attempt to cross under was rebuffed by Vanasse, who set out to put some distance between them. He was able to put a few cars, but Darling pursued doggedly and as they crossed the stripe, Vanassed had a .520-second lead. Unfortunately, Vanasse’s win fell to post-race inspection and his win was disqualified, elevating Darling to the win. Fred Astle, Jr, who won last week, was second, followed by Angelo Belsito, Kevin Folan and Kyle Casper. Folan and the senior Scully shared the front row and Scully leapt off the pole to the front after a brief duel to turn two. Craig Weinstein got under Folan and Darling moved below Dick Houlihan for some door-to-door running. A lap later, Weinstein was alone in second, Darling was working under Folan and now Houlihan was contending with Vanasse. Vanasse moved under Folan as Darling grabbed third alone. Ryan Lineham followed Vanasse, getting beneath Folan as the former moved to fourth. By lap 6, Weinstein was trying to push in under Scully. Vanasse went past Darling on lap 9, then Darling went outside, took it back and began to go around Weinstein....