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Seekonk Speedway announces 2018 Wall Of Fame Nominees

The nomination committee is excited to announce this yeas nominations. Beginning on January 1st, fans will have the chance to vote for some legendary Speedway racers with voting ending on March 31st. One winner from each group will be honored with induction onto the Seekonk Wall of Fame on Saturday June 9that Seekonk Speedway with a pre race ceremony. Here are the 2018 nominees!   1976 – 1985 George Murray: George Murray was one of the first drivers to make a successful transition from the open wheel Modifieds to the full fender Pro Stocks. His modified titles came in...

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2018 INEX Licenses now available !

Where has the year gone?! It’s officially time for 2018 INEX Membership applications! See below to check out the NEW membership form, on our NEW INEX website and sign up for our NEW text alert system to stay up to date as an INEX Member! 2018 Membership Application: 2018 Member Text Alerts:...

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by Dana Rowe Matt Hirshcman rolled into Seekonk with a fat, $1500 bounty on his head. He’d won all three of the previous Tri Track Modified events on the 2017 season and so the Tri Track officialdom said, oh, boy! We’re gonna throw a wrench in his gearbox. So they offered up a bounty on anybody who could unseat Hirschman in the fourth and final event – the Haunted Hundred – at the Cement Palace. Just to be sporting, they allowed that Hirschman could have the bounty if he beat all the bounty hunters to the checkers.   So,...

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by Dana Rowe North Dartmouth hotshoe Derek Gluchacki led a field of Legends competitors from all over the northeast region from the dropping of the green to the crossing of the stripe and added the Legends event at the Haunted Hundred Tri-Track event to his trophy for a huge division win at the DAV Memorial Race a couple weeks back. This he can add to his feature wins on the season.   The race nearly ran caution free, spoiled only when Reagan Parent’s car emitted a fogbank of blue smoke and ground to a stop on the backstretch with...

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LINEHAM WINS IT ON FINAL TURN by Dana Rowe Newly-crowned Late Model champ Ryan Lineham chased rookie-of-the-year Jake Johnson all the way to the final turn of the 50-lap feature at the Haunted Hundred, then, with Johnson and Lineham door-to-door, enter Vinny Arrenegado to nose under to create a three-wide situation and made contact with Johnson. Lineham rocketed ahead and crossed under the checkers for the win. Johnson slewed onto the grass of the infield but fought his handling, straightened out and roared down the grass to the finish, claiming fifth place. Three cars scrambled around the carnage to...

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