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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Scott Dion presented the 2013 Anthony Francis Memorial Award
Jan19

Scott Dion presented the 2013 Anthony Francis Memorial Award

Growing up a drag racing fan, it’s easy to see how Scott got hooked into the sport of auto racing. He loved fast cars, and it was a chance night that brought him to Seekonk Speedway for the first time with close friend Neil Kingsbury. That’s all it took for him to get to turn from straight lines to oval track racing. They put a car together and were going to share the driving duties, but Scott found himself as the sole driver. After...

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Cavalarro ends season with DAV win

Mike Cavallaro dominated the 30 lap Sports Truck feature, leading from the drop of the green to the checkered. The five time champion jumped out into the lead on the opening lap with 2013 Sport Truck Champion John Paiva right behind. With a handful of restarts over the first half of the event, Cavallaro was able to keep him, and then Rick Martin at bay.   The final 13 laps went nonstop, and Cavallaro showed he was the class of...

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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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CAVALLARO NIPS MARTIN FOR FEATURE WIN AS PAIVA CLAIMS THE LAURELS

  Lenny guy had lead since the green and was making the lap 15 restart on the pole.  Problem was, Radical Rick Martin was on his shoulder and dangerous Mike Cavallaro was on his tailgate.  Scott Dion was on Cavallaro’s shoulder.  Joh Paiva and Rob Murphy (first and second in the standings) were thenext row.  Daunting; intimidating! Guy shot ahead, but Martin came battling back  Cavallaro looked under Guy; there was contact and...

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