Doug Coby Dominates Cement Palace In Modified Madness 100 Win! Phil Lausier picks up first Pro4 win. Randy Cabral takes NEMA main.

Milford, Connecticut’s Doug Coby led all but 6 of the 100 laps in the $10,000-to-the-winner main feature at Seekonk’s midsummer Open Wheel Wednesday event, and became the seventh winner of the annual classic. Milford, Connecticut’s Doug Coby led all but 6 of the 100 laps in the $10,000-to-the-winner main feature at Seekonk’s midsummer Open Wheel Wednesday event, and became the seventh winner of the annual classic.  It wasn’t an easy...

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Alexander and Berghman file the first entries for the 7th Annual Modified Madness.

   In a race to become the first entry for the 7th annual Modified Madness, as part of Seekonk Speedway’s Open Wheel Wednesday, Kirk Alexander and Dave Berghman finished in a dead heat. As Alexander’s entry was being received by mail, Berghman’s entry was being delivered by hand.                                Kirk has picked up a few wins at Seekonk with the Valenti Modified Racing Series, making him one of the most successful...

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MCKENNEDY GOES GREEN TO CHECKERS IN MODIFIED RACING SERIES AT DAV

East Chelmsford, MA driver Jon McKennedy snared the lead of the Modified Racing Series 100-lapper at Seekonk’s D. Anthony Venditti Memorial Race, Sunday, and was not headed, executing a green-flag-to-checkers win for his third series victory on the season.  The win edges him closer to the division’s championship with just two events remaining. McKennedy had two challengers through the long competition:  Richard Savary of Canton, MA...

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