2014 Season Drivers meetings Scheduled

Drivers meetings to be held at the Seekonk American Legion at 351 Fall River Ave Oct 22nd SYRA, Sport 4 and Pure Stocks (6pm-SYRA/6:45pm-Sport4/7:30pm-PureStocks) Oct 23rd Street Stocks and Late Models (6pm-Streets/7pm-Late Model) Oct 24th Trucks and Pro Stocks (6pm-Trucks/7pm-Pro Stocks)

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IT’S FLANAGAN’S FEATURE BUT ROBIDOUX’S CHAMPIONSHIP, THANKS TO ED GOULD

Ed Flanagan, Jr took his first feature win on the season, holding off the charging John Robidoux, who wanted the win on the evening as badly as he wanted the season’s championship he won over Earl Curtin III, who went out of the race with twelve laps remaining after hitting the wall coming out of turn two.  Robidoux was aided to the win as he blew up in the heats, losing his motor but able to edge through the final lap.  Fellow...

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CURTIN OUTLASTS FORTIN FOR PURE STOCK WIN

Earl Curtin III stormed through the field from his seventh place start to take the lead of the Pure Stock feature on lap 3, then spent the rest of the race holding off the man he’d eased out of the position – Joseph Fortin.  There was plenty of action to behold as the race went green for the entire 25 laps and battles raged three wide in the pack behind the lead pair.  It wasn’t until lap 22 that Curtin was able to grab a single...

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Jesse Who?

Jesse Melberg continued to show why he is the reigning champion for 2012 by coming from the back of the pack for a convincing win, edging race leader Amy Arsenault with six laps remaining in the 25-lap feature. He clambered from tenth on a field of twelve to fourth over the first eight laps, then settled in behind points leader John Robidoux for six laps, worked on Dave Desrosiers for three laps and then another three in second before...

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Melberg back in Victory lane

Jesse Melberg’s early path to the front was slow, but once past midrace, he was in fourth and challenging, coming around the outside to take on the leaders. He had passed points leader John Robidoux on lap ten for fourth, then spent three laps dueling with David Desrosiers for third. In lap 13, he passed both Desrosiers and Ed Flanagan, Jr. to take over second behind leader Daniel Massa, Jr. Melberg went after Massa who was a...

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Curtin wins the night but Robidoux wins the Crown

  Jesse Melberg fought his way up through an active, competitive field to grab the lead just two laps past the midpoint of the thirty-lap lap race, then held off the competition through the end for another win on the season.   Unfortunately, he and Mark Boisvert ran afoul of the rules in postrace tech inspections and were bumped from the list and all awards.  Instead, Earl Curtin III was declared the winner and all competitors...

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