Crystal Serydynski picks up first career win in the Street Stocks. DeGasparre breaks through in the LM, while Astle and Cavallaro return to Victory Lane.

The most exciting racing division in the northeast lived up to its name, thanks to the decisive driving of Johnston, Rhode Island’s Crystal Serydynski – she hauled down the long-awaited first career win in decisive fashion.  It was a hard-earned victory, as she had to fight it out, door to door, with Paul Lallier in the middle circuits, then had defending division champ Steve Axon all over her rear bumper in the closing laps.  But...

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Astle picks up Phil’s Propane 75 win. Vanasse wins another LM race, Andreozzi breaks through and DeMoura visits Victory Lane.

Flyin’ Freddie Astle labored his way to the front, and then put on wings once he got into the lead to take the Phil’s Propane 75-Lap Feature and become the first Pro-Stocker to chalk up a second victory on the season.  Point’s leader Mike Brightman of Acushnet worked his way into second just before the midpoint of the race, and though he dogged the Westporter to the finish line 39 laps later, did not have an answer for Astle. ...

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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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Tom Scully Jr becomes the sixth different Pro Stock winner in 6 events. Gambutti flies to ATQMRA win, Thompson, Gannon and Kohler repeat.

Tom Scully, Jr. of Saunderstown, RI, took over the lead from Bridgewater’s Dick Houlihan on lap 5 of 40 in the caution-filled early stages of Saturday’s Pro Stock feature He then determinedly pointed his nose toward the finish line and did not surrender, to the pursuing Houlihan or even after division champ, Fred Astle powered up behind to challenge on lap 12.  Mike Brightman got by Astle for a try on lap 18 and hounded him to the...

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Colby Fournier becomes Seekonk’s youngest Pro Stock winner. Rego gets redemption in Kraze’s 30/30 Street Stock feature. Brian Vincent wins Pro4 thriller. Vanasse and Cavallaro return to Victory Lane.

At the tender age of 17, Colby Fournier of Berkley, Mass, pulled off the first big win of his rookie Pro Stock Season by holding of a tenacious and hungry Tom Scully, Sr. for an entire race – 40 grueling laps, becoming the divisions’ youngest winner since the Pro Stocks began 33 years ago. Fournier came off the outside pole with Lowell’s Jason Ferreira on the low side.  The two battled briefly before Fournier had the lead coming out...

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Dreams come ’round at Seekonk Speedway

Maybe next week, next year, next century at the historic family track By Paul KandarianGlobe Correspondent / May 29, 2011 SEEKONK — Speeding cars jockeyed for position, bumper to bumper, no one giving an inch. Seeing a glint of open space, a driver would hit the gas and swerve inside, barely missing the car he had cut off. The goal was to get ahead, and fast, to be the first in the mass of moving metal running in one thunderous,...

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