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Tom Scully Jr dominates Pro Stock field for DAV win!

Tom Scully Jr picked up his second DAV Fall Classic win on Saturday, holding off a hard charging Derek Ramstrom over the final laps. Kevin Folan and Ken Spencer raced wheel to wheel for the lead, with Spencer edging out Folan at the line on the 3rd lap. As the field headed into turn one, Dave Hutchins spun high in the turn. It looked like it would be a single car incident until Mike Brightman, Dave Darling and Dave Silvia made contact, eliminating all at the time. Silvia returned many laps behind.   Spencer took control and set the pace for the next dozen laps with some pressure from Scully. Spencer held on through a pair of restarts, but couldn’t hold off the Wheelock’s NAPA Auto Group Ford as on the sixteenth circuit, Scully moved past and into the lead. By the quarter-mark, Scully held a several length lead over Spencer, Larry Gelinas, Craig Weinstein and Derek Ramstrom.   The top five ran the same at the half way mark, but just past that, Ramstrom and Weinstein got together with Craig going around. Derek was penalized to the rear.   Gelinas was able to overtake Spencer for second, but fell back to third when Ryan Vanasse moved past into second on the 61st circuit. Gelinas and Ramstrom battled for third until the former Thompson Speedway champion moved by at the 75...

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Anthony Nocella picks up his first career Valenti Modified Racing Series Win

Anthony Nocella picked up his first career Valenti Modified Racing Series win at one of their most prestigious events, the DAV Fall Classic. Nocella inherited the lead when Chris Pasteryak and Tommy Barret tangles on the 71st lap.   Todd Annarummo battled with Pasteryak over the first 1/3 of the event with Todd setting the pace for the first 30 laps. The pair races side by side through a handful of restarts. On the 34th circuit, with Todd running on the outside, the pair made contact, and the second generation Annarummo shot hard into the wall just past turn 4. Todd was able to climb out of his destroyed race car under his own power and was deemed ok by the safety team.   Once back underway, Steve Masse and Les Hinckley took turns pursing the Lisbon, CT driver, but could not find a weakness in the former champion. One driver that could was Barrett, as he wound up the outside lane and moved to the front on lap 71. As the pair raced off the second turn, they made contact and Barrett spun. Pasteryak was penalized to the rear.   Once back underway, Nocella set the pace and was not to be beaten on this night. Steve Masse put pressure on the former NEMA standout, but could not get past over the final laps. Les Hinckley pitted halfway through the...

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Degasparre outlasts field for win

Gerry DeGasparre Jr picked up his second DAV Fall Classic, holding off the charges of Charlie Rose over the final ten laps. Brandon Dion and DeGasparre led the field down to the green with the rookie setting the pace until the first caution came out on lap 21 for a spin.   DeGasparre had enough of following the 15 year old and overpowered him on the restart, taking over just shy of the halfway point. With a handful of cautions over the next 20 laps, the seven time champion held off the charges of Dion, Bill Bernard, Ryan Lineham and Rose. Rose held on for second, with Jeramee Lille, Dion and Vinny Arrenegado fourth and fifth.   1) Gerry DeGasparre Jr 2) Charlie Rose Jr 3) Jeramee Lillie 4) Brandon Dion 5) Vinny Arrenegado 6) Ray Parent 7) Bobby Pelland III 8) Bill Bernard 9) Nick Lascoula 10) Ryan Lineham 11) Ron Barboza 12) Mark Hudson 13) Dennis Stampfl 14) Jon Lowinski-Loh 15) Scott...

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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 the field once again and brought home the DAV Fall Classic win. Martin settled for second with Rob Murphy, Barry Shaw Jr and Paiva third through fifth.   1) Mike Cavallaro 2) Rick Martin 3) Rob Murphy 4) Barry Shaw Jr 5) John Paiva 6) Nick Uhrig 7) Darryl Church 8) Joey Wakefield 9) Dan Leach 10) Anna Gregoire 11) Chase Belcher 12) Rob Rainville 13) Chris Lima 14) Lenny Guy 15) Taylor Therrien 16) Tyler Boudreau 17) Billy Clarke 18) Rick Albernaz19) Mike Duarte 20) Bill Schoeler 21) David...

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Lascuola finishes off Legendary Season

In a legendary 2013 season, Abington’s Nick Lascoula had won just about everything there was at Seekonk. The 2013 Nick’s Pit Stop Legends championship, the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Championship and Seekonk’s INEX Pro division Championship, to go along with eight feature wins. On Friday night, he picked up his third DAV Fall Classic title.   Lascoula started on the pole in the 25 lap finale, and was clearly the driver to beat. Stephen Kopcik hung with Lascoula all he could, keeping within a couple of car lengths but had his hands full with Chris Robbins and TJ Thompson, who swapped the third position back and forth. Over the final laps, Robbins fell back to fourth and battled with Jesse Melberg, hosing off the former Pure Stock Champion.   1) Nick Lascoula 2) Stephen Kopcik 3) TJ Thompson 4) Chris Robbins 5) Jesse Melberg 6) Jesse Jakubajtys 7) Curt Snow 8) Joe Wisialko 9) Nick Wisialko 10) Joey Parker 11) Branden...

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