Fast Friday Recap 8.1
Aug03

Fast Friday Recap 8.1

THOMPSON OUTLASTS MARTINEZ FOR LEGENDS WIN TJ Thompson and Brandon “Batman” Martinez put on a display of hard pursuit enroute to Thompson’s first win on the Legends season. But this was not before a hard crash to the wall eliminated Jesse Jakubajtys at the outset. Jakubajtys came of his third place start and was dicing among the leaders down the backstretch and into turn three. Midway through the turn, where competing forces are the...

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2015 Wall of Fame Ballot
Jul29

2015 Wall of Fame Ballot

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Sim’s Saturday Recap 7.26
Jul27

Sim’s Saturday Recap 7.26

PARENT REVISITS FOR BIG LATE MODEL WIN It’s been a while since Ray Parent’s number 17 has graced the Cement Palace’s bullring. But Ray had some time off from the ACT tour that’s consumed his time of late, and decided to drop in. And he’s rehabbing from the shoulder injury which sidelined him from a Tour feature recently. But Ray said in his blog: “Went to the orthopedic doctors and got a shot of WD-40 in the shoulder. I have a small...

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Fast Friday 7.25 Recap
Jul27

Fast Friday 7.25 Recap

JOHNSON OUT-BRAWLS CHOUINARD FOR TRIPLE CROWN WIN Nicholas Johnson and Billy Choinard went door-to-door for the final eight laps of the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown for Pure Stocks. It was a brawl that concluded with the crowd looking to the pylon for the winner after they battled under the checkers in a dead heat. The electrionics concluded that Johnson had his second win – second in as many races – by the miniscule margin of four...

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BARRETT WINS $10K OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY
Jul24

BARRETT WINS $10K OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY

    Tommy Barrett , Jr. chased Todd Annarummo for four-fifths of the hundred-lap Open Wheel Wednesday feature, including laps 24-30, but Annarummo was well set up and a native driver at Seekonk. He led the way, with Barrett sniping incessantly at his back bumper. Barrett was seldom far from that bumper and often soliciting a way around. It wasn’t until a lap 81 restart, following Branden Dion’s motor failure, that the...

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RANDY CABRAL HAULS DOWN NEMA’S BOSTON LOUIE MEMORIAL CROWN
Jul24

RANDY CABRAL HAULS DOWN NEMA’S BOSTON LOUIE MEMORIAL CROWN

  Randy Cabral from Plymouth calls Seekonk home track and it showed in his quest for the Boston Louie Memorial. He worked constantly forward from his tenth place start, a position per lap at first, then more gradual as the laps wore on. Meanwhile, another local driver – Raynham’s “Dangerous Paul” Scally, had been cruising out to a half-lap lead. The last Scally wanted to see was the caution evaporating his dominating lead. But...

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