DAV Weekend Preview
Sep24

DAV Weekend Preview

With the 2014 regular season officially over, focus is starting to shift for planning for 2015. What to build, what to buy and when to start. But there is still one more event that everyone is preparing for; The annual DAV Fall Classic. This show has proven is years past to be full of intense racing and exciting finishes – but this year in particular a good show is to be expected. All nine weekly Friday and Saturday divisions...

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Sim’s saturday 8.30
Sep01

Sim’s saturday 8.30

CHURCH TAKES FIRST WIN IN TRUCKS Darrel Church made it his first win in trucks and did it with the last truck to still be running a four-cylinder engine. Indeed, John Paiva, Mike Cavallaro and then Rob Murphy roared up behind in their V8-powered scoots, but Darrel just wouldn’t let them pass. He ran the front from the starting pole to the checkers in a race which saw no cautions. Church jumped away from outside polesitter, Lenny Guy...

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DAV Fall Classic October 3&4th
Sep01

DAV Fall Classic October 3&4th

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BARRETT WINS $10K OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY
Jul24

BARRETT WINS $10K OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY

    Tommy Barrett , Jr. chased Todd Annarummo for four-fifths of the hundred-lap Open Wheel Wednesday feature, including laps 24-30, but Annarummo was well set up and a native driver at Seekonk. He led the way, with Barrett sniping incessantly at his back bumper. Barrett was seldom far from that bumper and often soliciting a way around. It wasn’t until a lap 81 restart, following Branden Dion’s motor failure, that the...

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RANDY CABRAL HAULS DOWN NEMA’S BOSTON LOUIE MEMORIAL CROWN
Jul24

RANDY CABRAL HAULS DOWN NEMA’S BOSTON LOUIE MEMORIAL CROWN

  Randy Cabral from Plymouth calls Seekonk home track and it showed in his quest for the Boston Louie Memorial. He worked constantly forward from his tenth place start, a position per lap at first, then more gradual as the laps wore on. Meanwhile, another local driver – Raynham’s “Dangerous Paul” Scally, had been cruising out to a half-lap lead. The last Scally wanted to see was the caution evaporating his dominating lead. But...

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STERGIOS WINS BOSTON LOUIE MEMORIAL FOR NEMA LITES
Jul24

STERGIOS WINS BOSTON LOUIE MEMORIAL FOR NEMA LITES

  STERGIOS WINS BOSTON LOUIE MEMORIAL FOR NEMA LITES PJ Stergios dropped four spots from fourteenth to eighteenth on the start of the 29-lap feature, but after a lap 2 caution, brought out when Ryan Bigelow and Joe Mooch got locked together in turn four, Stergios began a rapid climb toward the top. By lap eleven, he was in sixth, and moving past Jake Smith, DJ Moniz and Paul Bigalow into third, over the following 3 laps. He was...

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