April 4th Practice CANCELLED!

April 4th Practice CANCELLED!

ATTENTION racers and teams: practice scheduled for Saturday April 4th, 2015 has been cancelled. There will be no rain date – we will instead resume our regular schedule to have practice on Saturday April 18th. TIRES (for those it applies to) will be available the week of the 6th. Any questions please let us know! See you...
IMPORTANT! Seekonk Flea Market Postponed!

IMPORTANT! Seekonk Flea Market Postponed!

The Seekonk Flea Market originally set to open this Sunday March 22nd, has been postponed due to conditions of the property. This is with the best in mind for all buyers, sellers and patrons! The new date for the Seekonk Flea Market opening is Sunday April 12th. Sorry for any inconvenience, we look forward to seeing you...

Earl Curtin III, Shaun Buffington, Jason Enos II, Curtis Rolando and Madison Birchall are Fast Friday winners at Seekonk Speedway.

Earl Curtin III had to use every groove on the track to pick up his first Pure Stock win of the season on Friday night, squeezing past John Robidoux with just a few laps remaining, as the duo raced in heavy traffic from the start to the checkered. Ed Flanagan Jr and David Desrosiers brought the field down, with Desrosiers leading the first lap. Flanagan seemed to have a tire go down, and drifted up the track, taking Desrosiers with him, giving the inside lane, and ultimately the lead to Bill Doyle. Doyle set out front, with Desrosiers and Ian Savard right behind. While the top three were racing for the lead, behind them were Jesse Melberg, Robidoux and Curtin, working their way through the pack. Curtin was the first of the trio to break through, moving past Savard by the eleventh circuit. At the halfway point, Robidoux and Amy Arsenault were fourth with Savard back in fifth. Robidoux slid past Curtin by lap 16, and using the outside lane, went past Desrosiers into second on the 18th lap.  Curtin followed Robidoux into second on lap 21, and set his sights on the new leader. For the final four laps, they diced back and forth, with a dead heat on lap 23. By the time the checkers flew, Curtin had about half a car length advantage, and picked up his first win since early 2011. Robidoux held on for second, with a hard charging Jesse Melberg in third. Bill Doyle and Amy Arsenault were fourth and fifth. Shaun Buffington shook off the engine failure of last week, the engine...

Nick Lascoula and Len Souza pick up first wins. Chris Lima and Tyler Boudreau repeat. Kaitlyn Donovan wins first of the season.

Nick Lascoula picked up his first career Nick’s Pit Stop Legends win on Friday, sliding by Shaun Buffington as the pair came off of turn four on the white flag lap. By lap one, Lascoula moved up from his fifth starting position, and set the pace early on. Buffington, coming back after an early exit last week started his march toward the front had early struggles, as he was spun on the opening laps before collecting it back up and continuing on. While he lost positions, he immediately started his drive through the field. The first, and only, caution came out on lap two, when Tom Gray came to a stop in turn two. Tom had taken over championship lead with last weeks’ win, but was struggling with mechanical issues all night.   Once back underway, Lascoula started to pull away from the field, setting a comfortable pace. Taylor Martin was trying to keep pace with the Abington native, but fell to third when Buffington slid past at the halfway point. With just laps remaining, Buffington made the move to put his #23 at the top of the leaderboard. The Plainfield, CT native started to put some breathing room between he and Lascoula, but the Young Lion wasn’t about to let the three time winner take this one away. Lascoula started to reel in Buffington, and closed back up with two laps remaining. As they raced off the second turn, Lascoula found the inside lane opening just a bit, and squeezed underneath. As they raced off of turn four, Buffington’s engine seemed to give up the ghost in a...

DJ Shaw picks up Seekonk’s PASS 150 victory. Gerry D wins LM main. Barry Shaw Jr claims first Sport Truck win, Lineham again in the Sam’s Club Streets.

Center Conway NH’s D.J. Shaw admitted in Victory Lane that he wasn’t looking forward to the Pro All Stars Series returning to The Action Track of the East. “I didn’t like the track, we just never seem to run well here.” is what the winning driver had to say. But that perception has all changed now, as the post-race victory photos were taken. Three time Seekonk winner Ryan Vanasse and former PASS Champion Ben Rowe brought the 27 car field down with Vanasse setting the pace for the first several laps before six time Seekonk Champion Fred Astle took over after a lap 11 restart. Astle led for several laps before Derek Ramstrom took over the lead. As the race reached the mid-point, it was apparent that there would not be a Seekonk Pro Stock regular carrying the checkers, as the only regular remaining in the top five was pole sitter Ryan Vanasse, who was sitting in the fifth position.   Travis Benjamin was working his way forward, and the Morrill Maine driver took over the lead and opened up a sizeable advantage over Ramstrom and the rest of the pack. But as the laps wound down, Shaw found his rhythm and used the outside lane to move past Benjamin and took over. Ben Rowe was also coming through the pack after pitting about one-third of the way through, and challenged Benjamin for second, but fell slightly short, having to settle for third. Johnny Clark and Lonnie Somerville rounded out the top five.   Gerry DeGasparre Jr picked up his fourth win of the season, holding off Bobby Pelland...