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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MARTIN MAKES IT 90 WINS WITH TRUCKS VICTORY

Martin had to contend with Uhrig on his shoulder for the restart.  Last year’s rookie-of-the-year has been threatening to take his first feature all season and Martin steeled himself for the onslaught.  Out of the box, Uhrig kept it door-to-door, but Martin eased ahead, then had control going into turn two.  While Uhrig, in the green-white-checkered restart, concentrated on fighting the outside, the wily Mike Cavallaro snugged up on...

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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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MARTIN BRAWLS TO TRUCKS VICTORY

In a wild show of persistence, Radical Rick Martin nosed, pushed and traded paint to get underneath persistent rookie Branden Dion, who would not yield to the equally intent veteran.  The duo had been  battling door to door for several laps before Martin dropped underneath and brawled his way up alongside Dion. Dion refused to yield and the duo scraped, ground and pounded around the track as if it were the old Bomber era at the Konk....

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Seekonk Speedway announces new Race Director.

With a handful of weeks left in the 2013 racing season, and an eye on 2014, Seekonk Speedway welcomes Frank Sgambato to the role of Race Director. Frank comes to Seekonk after spending several years in the same role at Stafford Speedway, and returns to the speedway where his father spent many years as the chief starter. Frank will take over the role vacated by Mike Chapman, who retired several weeks ago. He will take over Race...

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