Saturdays race program cancelled due to weather

Seekonk Speedway has cancelled its race program for Saturday September 13 due to weather. All tickets purchased tonight will be honored next Saturday.

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Saturday Night recap from 9.6
Sep09

Saturday Night recap from 9.6

MURPHY NAILS ANOTHER WIN IN SPORT TRUCKS Rob Murphy continued on his winning ways with another dominant turn on the track and extended his championship points lead as nearest competitor, Mike Cavallaro, finished third. Second, between the two was trucks rookie David Lougee, who was the only other driver to grace the front in this race. But despite Lougee’s stubborn determination on the track, Murphy gained the lead on lap eight and...

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Fast Friday Recap from 9.5
Sep09

Fast Friday Recap from 9.5

LASCUOLA EXTENDS RECORD STRING WITH ELEVENTH WIN Nick Lascuola’s winning ways continued, as he extended his seasonal win record to eleven, but was hounded to the finish by the tenacious TJ Thompson Thompson wrestled the lead from Jesse Melberg on the third circuit, then had it taken away by Lascuola three laps later. They diced it up for the remaineder of the 20-lap feature, with Lascuola crossing just three-quarters of a second...

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Sim’s saturday 8.30
Sep01

Sim’s saturday 8.30

CHURCH TAKES FIRST WIN IN TRUCKS Darrel Church made it his first win in trucks and did it with the last truck to still be running a four-cylinder engine. Indeed, John Paiva, Mike Cavallaro and then Rob Murphy roared up behind in their V8-powered scoots, but Darrel just wouldn’t let them pass. He ran the front from the starting pole to the checkers in a race which saw no cautions. Church jumped away from outside polesitter, Lenny Guy...

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Fast Friday Recap 8.29
Sep01

Fast Friday Recap 8.29

DEBBIS OUTRUNS MARVIN TO FEATURE WIN AND TRIPLE CROWN Dereck Debbis did as he has much of the season in SYRA 600 competition: he outmaneuvered the field for yet another win and concluded the division’s Phil’s Propane Triple Crown on top. He had no easy time of it, as Anthony Marvin went to the front early and forced Debbis to battle him for the lead between laps five and fifteen. The duo exchanged withering fire Until the lap 15...

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