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SNEAK PEAK: 2018 Seekonk Fast Friday

SNEAK PEAK: 2018 Seekonk Fast Friday by Kyle Souza   Over the past decade, the Fast Friday program at Seekonk Speedway has continued to grow. The 2018 Fast Friday night will be headlined by the Legends Cars, a division of INEX. Nick’s Pit Stop will return once again to be the sponsor of another year of Legends action at Seekonk. The schedule includes the normal 25-lap feature events, but will also include the three-race Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Series. Names to look for will include Derek Gluchacki, who went to Victory Lane three times last season. Others to watch...

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SNEAK PEAK: Modifieds To Invade Seekonk in 2018

SNEAK PEAK: Modifieds To Invade Seekonk in 2018 by Kyle Souza For more than a decade, one modified race has highlighted the Seekonk Speedway schedule — and in 2018 — that race returns. The 15th annual “Open Wheel Wednesday” will be a 100 lap feature worth $10,000 to win for modified teams from across the New England region. The event will once again be a partnership between Seekonk and the Tri Track Open Modified Series. “Seekonk is excited to have the Tri Track Series be a part of the 15th annual Open Wheel Wednesday and to continue the tradition...

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SNEAK PEAK: 2018 Seekonk Pro Stocks

by Kyle Souza The 2018 Seekonk Speedway Pro Stock season is shaping up to be a battle of the rookies against the veterans. Last year, David Darling added a new crew chief and ran circles around the competition, scoring wins in half of the races. Going forward, there is nothing pointing towards him slowing down. Darling is now a five-time track champion and will be looking for a sixth title — but against some tough competition. The list of veterans that join Darling is led by Tom Scully Jr. and Ryan Vanasse. Arguably, both of those drivers had championship...

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SNEAK PEAK: 2018 Seekonk Sportsman

by Kyle Souza   It won’t be long before the drop of the first green flag on the 2018 Seekonk Speedway season. On Sunday May 6, four divisions will start their quest for NASCAR Whelen All-American Series points.  Entering the season, the Seekonk Sportsman drivers are set to thrill fans once again. Over the past few years, it has been extremely difficult to beat Tiverton, R.I. driver Scott Bruneau on the track. Behind the wheel of his No. 74, Bruneau scored just one victory last season, but was the master of consistency. He finished inside the top 10 in...

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SNEAK PEAK: 2018 Seekonk Late Models

by Kyle Souza Looking back, the 2017 Seekonk Speedway Late Model division was filled with Rookie of the Year contenders and saw a first-time division champion. However, entering the 2018 season, the division is set to undergo a major change. Former two-time champion Dylan Estrella will be moving away from the class. He won the title in 2015 and 2016 and was able to finish second to Ryan Lineham last year. He purchased a car from Kenny Spencer and will be joining Fred Astle as Everett’s Auto Parts drivers in the Pro Stock ranks, which swings the door wide...

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Upcoming Events

  1. Seekonk Test & Tune

    April 14 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  2. 7th Annual Show & Go Car Show

    May 5 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  3. Seekonk Test & Tune

    May 5 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  4. 2018 NASCAR Opening Day

    May 6 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  5. Fast Friday Test & Tunes

    May 11 @ 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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