LATE MODEL CHAMP VANASSE WINS LATE MODELS

Tiverton, RI driver Ray Parent went to the front on lap 9 of the 50-lap Late Model feature at the DAV Memorial race, then led the rest of the 50 laps to the finish, only to be disqualified during post race tech inspection. That left the rest of the story in Ryan Vanasse’s hands.  The reigning divisional champ, from Warwick, RI, had chased Parent from the midpoint of the race to the finish and was waiting in the wings.  Colbey Fournier...

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ARSENAULT BRINGS HOME WIN IN STREET STOCKS

Mark Henshaw, Jr. of Raynham led off from the pole with Attleboro’s Sparky Arsenault on his shoulder.  Scott Serydynski of W. Greenwich, RI started third.  The trio shared the three places at the front throughout the race and Arsenault led the final 21 laps of the 30-lapper for the victory. Henshaw went to the front and led the first nine laps.  On lap 8 Crystal Serydynski of Johnston, RI, and Ryan Lineham, from Coventry, rubbed...

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BERUBE LEADS TRUCKS FROM GREEN TO CHECKERS

Somerset’s Ted Berube went from the outside pole to victory lane with seeing a truck ahead for the entire 30 laps of the race.  He had two harriers on the day:  Sport Trucks divisional champ Radical Rick Martin, who had earned polesitter honors, and Ed Gannon.  Gannon, from Fall River, got around Westporter Martin with two laps remaining to garner a second place on the event.  Gannon had also led laps 7 through 14 up to the midpoint...

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MCKENNEDY GOES GREEN TO CHECKERS IN MODIFIED RACING SERIES AT DAV

East Chelmsford, MA driver Jon McKennedy snared the lead of the Modified Racing Series 100-lapper at Seekonk’s D. Anthony Venditti Memorial Race, Sunday, and was not headed, executing a green-flag-to-checkers win for his third series victory on the season.  The win edges him closer to the division’s championship with just two events remaining. McKennedy had two challengers through the long competition:  Richard Savary of Canton, MA...

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DARLING DOMINANT IN DAV WIN

DARLING DOMINANT IN DAV WIN Rehoboth’s Dave Darling took the lead of the D. Anthony Venditti Memorial Pro Stock race coming off turn 4 of the eighth lap and clung steadfastly to his position for the remainder of the hundred circuits of Seekonk Speedway’s one-third mile bullring.  He had started third, behind polesitter Russ Hersey, visiting from New Hampshire’s Monadnock Speedway.  Hersey nabbed the lead off the green flag from...

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