Lascuola finishes off Legendary Season

In a legendary 2013 season, Abington’s Nick Lascoula had won just about everything there was at Seekonk. The 2013 Nick’s Pit Stop Legends championship, the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Championship and Seekonk’s INEX Pro division Championship, to go along with eight feature wins. On Friday night, he picked up his third DAV Fall Classic title.   Lascoula started on the pole in the 25 lap finale, and was...

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LASCUOLA CRUISES TO FEATURE WIN AND CHAMPIONSHIP

  Nick Lascuola had the Legends Division championship in hand coming into the evening’s races;  he decided not to rest on his laurels and gathered in another feature win to add to his list of 2013 victories.  Were it not for a caution with four laps remaining, he might have won by the distance of a straightaway in a show of the type of dominance he has had over the field for much of the season. He came from a seventh place start...

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WISIALKO WINS DOGFIGHT FOR LEGENDS WIN

Al Wisialko snagged his second Legends win on the season, coming out of wildfire restart which saw him, Nick Lascuola and Chris Robbins swirling around each other for the lead.  Lascuola and Robbins were dueling for the lead and left the door open downunder.  Wisialko spotted opportunity and took it, diving through the gap to the front.  Lascuola took it up a notch and they ran wheel-to-wheel for a bit as Robbins closed to Wisialko’s...

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Lascuola inches closer to championship

Nick Lascuola relieved Chris Robbins of the lead on lap three, and then went time-trialing by himself for the remainder of the race. Lascuola comfortably leads the points competition and most nights has little problem storming to the front. Last week was different as he suffered crashes, bangs and ills which took him away from his accustomed place. This week, the Brockton Speedster stormed home a full half-lap ahead of his nearest...

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Wisialko wins first legends race

Albert Wisialko took his first career win in Legends, working the right choice while approaching lapped traffic. Wisialko and TJ Thompson were dueling over the lead on lap 18 of the 25-lap feature, when they encountered John Bellucci as they entered lap four. As they pulled along behind, entering turn four, Thompson wavered in his decision on how to go around the lapped vehicle. Wisialko decided and dived for the bottom of the track....

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LASCOLA WINS ONCE AGAIN, IN ROMP

Nick Lascola continued what seems to have become a weekly exercise for him:  coming from the latter echelons of the Legends field to surge to the front and win.  His ninth place start was quickly erased and he rambled on to a 2.34 second margin of victory over Joey Parker, the only competitor who seems able to stay near him.  Andrew Carpenter was another 4.64 back.  Al Wisialko and Chris Robbins rounded out the top five. The race was...

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