ADDED LAPS, $1,000 TO WIN FOR MANCHESTER MEMORIAL LATE MODELS AT SEEKONK
Sep11

ADDED LAPS, $1,000 TO WIN FOR MANCHESTER MEMORIAL LATE MODELS AT SEEKONK

ADDED LAPS, $1,000 TO WIN FOR MANCHESTER MEMORIAL LATE MODELS AT SEEKONK                 Bill Bernard of Holliston, owner of W. A. Bernard, Inc. of Holliston and a top-flight racer at Seekonk Speedway, has sponsored a thousand-dollar prize to the winner of the James “Crab” Manchester memorial race, which Bernard initiated following the August death of Manchester.  Manchester, a lifelong race fanatic and commercial fisherman from...

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LATE MODELS TO MOLTZ

Dylan Moltz, a Waterford Speedbowl veteran, who has spent several recent nights at Seekonk, came on in his third race at the Cement Palace to claim the Late Model division victory. He took the lead off a lap five restart and fought his way to the finish line with a convincing margin of victory. Dylan Estrella grabbed the runnerup slot just ahead of Bobby Pelland III, Gerry DeGasparre, Jr. and Brandon Dion. However, late breaking news...

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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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LALLIER STORMS TO FOURTH FEATURE WIN ON SEASON

Paul Lallier served notice that he’s still Street Stock champion by battling the returning John Hananfin to the stripe for yet another feature win. His total of four is best in the division. “I told you I would be here tonight,” exulted the pumped up driver in post-race interview with announcer Kevin Boucher. Lallier had worked his way rapidly from seventh to second behind leader Ray Negley by lap five, to be supplanted in...

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CAVALLARO BACK IN VICTORY LANE

Mike Cavallaro came storming back from his early-season broken wrist in his Late Models to hold off a rampant and charging Radical Rick Martin in the closing stages of the twenty-five lap Sport Trucks feature. The crowd squirmed in their seats over the final laps as again and again, Martin charged up to Cavallaro’s tailgate in his classic race-closing style, to try high, or low. Each time, Cavallaro would hold it straight and...

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Radical Rick Martin goes back to back!

Rick Martin hustled from the Pro Stock to the Sport Truck and roared out to join the queue waiting for the start just before the field rolled to begin the Sport Trucks 25-lap feature. The hustle got him ready to do the same on track and he hustled to the front with ten to go, then held off persistent Mike Cavallaro for his second win in as many weeks. Martin and Cavallaro had arrived in the leader zone in unison and Cavallaro made one...

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