2014 Sim’s Street Stock Preview
Apr24

2014 Sim’s Street Stock Preview

By Kevin Boucher When you look at the Sims Street Stock roster, you can’t just pick one driver that will be the one to beat. There are so many variables to go into winning in this championship. Timing, patience, aggressiveness, foresight, and good old lady luck. Don’t get me wrong, it does take skill and talent, but without that last part, when competing in one of the most competitive classes anywhere, skill and talent will only get...

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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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Mike Mitchell wins Street Stock DAV

Mike Mitchell returned to the Street Stocks for a one off event and picked up his second DAV Fall Classic win in the division. The 30 lap feature started off with fireworks at the front of the field when pole sitter Ryan Lineham and outside pole sitter Manny Dias were trading paint before the start finish line on the initial green. They scraped up and down each other before Dias spun with a flat left front tire. As he was heading into...

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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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CRYSTAL CLAIMS FEATURE, BRUNEAU TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP IN STREET STOCKS

    The odds were a little long that second-place sitter Crystal Serydynski could overcome Scott Bruneau’s lead in divisional points, but there was a chance.  And Crystal did what she had to . . . all that she could, in fact:  She sormed out and won the season’s final regular season feature, nailing down a difficult win over tenacious Ed Gannon III.  But Bruneau also did what he had to:  he finished close enough, in eleventh...

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