Tickets selling fast for Seekonk Opener
Apr15

Tickets selling fast for Seekonk Opener

Sunday May 4th Seekonk Speedway will open the gates for its 69th season. The race program will feature Pro Stocks, Sim’s Street Stocks, Late Models, Seekonk Sport Trucks and the Valenti Modified Series . Gates will open at 11 am with the race program starting at 1 pm. Tickets are $25 for adults with kids under 12 free and always free...

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Tires are in!
Mar19

Tires are in!

Tires are in for all divisions except SYRA and will go on sale Thursday march 20th at 10 am.

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Tom Scully Jr dominates Pro Stock field for DAV win!

Tom Scully Jr picked up his second DAV Fall Classic win on Saturday, holding off a hard charging Derek Ramstrom over the final laps. Kevin Folan and Ken Spencer raced wheel to wheel for the lead, with Spencer edging out Folan at the line on the 3rd lap. As the field headed into turn one, Dave Hutchins spun high in the turn. It looked like it would be a single car incident until Mike Brightman, Dave Darling and Dave Silvia made...

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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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HOULIHAN TAKES THE WIN AND DARLING WINS FOURTH PRO STOCK CROWN

    On a lap 32 restart with eight to go, Dick Houlihan was whispering in leader Ryan Vanasse’s ear from second.  Six restarts later, Houli was still whispering, trying to solve Vanasse when caution flew with two laps remaining.  And Vanasse took his car from the lead into the pits between the second and third restart for lap 38.  Vanasse was back, but stuck at the rear as Houlihan and Dave Silvia lined up with Dave...

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SCULLY HOLDS OFF HOULIHAN FOR PRO STOCKS WIN

Tom Scully, Jr. got to the front with 23 laps remaining but had tough Dick Houlihan on his tail for the entire second half of the race and Houlihan forced him to earn his victory the hard way. Houli was all over his back end at the finish, allowing only a .297-second margin at theline. Ryan Vanasse compounded the issue, finishing just .5 behind. Dave Darling and Mike Brightman completed the top five. Kyle Casper was polesitter with...

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