The All New 2015 Phil’s Propane Triple Crown

The All New 2015 Phil’s Propane Triple Crown

After two very successful years with the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown, we’ve decided to change it up a bit. After watching an action filled and tension building new grid format play out for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, we wanted to put our own spin on it. This grid format pushed racing teams and drivers to their limits. If you wanted to be successful you needed to be consistent and you needed to perform to the best of your ability to prevail. This new grid format makes it even for every driver, which will definitely make it interesting. The triple crown will still have three rounds of racing in each division. Only each of these three rounds have some sort of an elimination characteristic to it. In the first race for each division, all drivers start with contention for the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Championship. The extra distance, double points race will end with the top 7 advancing to the next round. Those “Lucky 7” prepare themselves for the second round of the triple crown racing. In the second race for the triple crown championship the top 4 finishers of those Lucky 7 will move on. Now this is where it gets interesting. If someone who is not in the “Lucky 7” is to win that second race, they are BACK in the running for Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Championship knocking 4 people out of the “Lucky 7” instead of 3 moving into the “Final 4”. Simply put, if you win you’re back in! The “Final 4” now prepare to go into the third and final race of the...
Happy Holidays from Seekonk Speedway!

Happy Holidays from Seekonk Speedway!

      All promos including our buy 4 get 2 tickets and our 20% off pitrowphotos.com orders will be ending on December 24th! The ticket promotion is available over the phone or at the office. Gift cards are also available. Get them while you can! Holiday office hours will be as follow: December 24th 9am-noon December 25th & 26th office is closed January 1st & 2nd office is...
Taylor Therrien joins Speedway Marketing Team

Taylor Therrien joins Speedway Marketing Team

Seekonk Speedway is excited to announce the hiring of Taylor Therrien full time  to our Sales and Marketing team. Taylor is graduating Nichols College with a degree in Sports Management and Marketing and is excited to bring her ideas to her home track. Please take a moment wish Taylor luck in her new position!...
HANAFIN ADDS DAV WIN TO TRIPLE CROWN FOR THE 2014 STREET STOCK SEASON

HANAFIN ADDS DAV WIN TO TRIPLE CROWN FOR THE 2014 STREET STOCK SEASON

  Hanfin took off from the pole and Blais walked in from the second row under outside polesitter and current Streets champion Ray Lovelace. Hanafin went out to a three-car lead over Blais, who had acquired former Streets champ Al Clements IV on his bumper. Hanfin was seven lengths up on Blais by lap four, but Blais was starting to edge closer. Clements, Serydynski and Lovelace were bumper-to-bumper behind him. The field was strung out by lap eight. Serydynski crossed under to rush past Clements into third. Clements then was eased back to fifth by Lovelace. Hanafin’s lead over Blais was down to four cars by lap 14 but progress was slow. Almost as if it was a wish fulfilled, caution came out on lap 15 to bring Blais to the outside pole as Dan Solomon erupted in smoke halfway down the backstretch and went to the pits. A long caution saw safety crews apply speedy dry to the entire distance and bring out the sweeper to clear the track for racing. Jay Steele was pushed to the pits. Hanfin nosed out on the green and then took off. Serydynski had lined up low on the second row and got under Hanafin hwere they went wheel-to-wheel, battling. They brawled lap after lap, hacksawing the lead until lap 27 when Scott was able to grind out a half-car lead over Hanafin. They remained alongside through lap 28 with Blais locked onto Hanafin’s bumper, looking for an opportunity. On the white flag lap, Serydynsi pulled out and Blais moved below Hanafin for a try at second. They went door-to-door for the...