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Sim’s Saturday Recap 8.9

DARLING TAKES PRO WIN, BRIGHTMAN HAULS DOWN TRIPLE CROWN Dave Darling shook off the past weeks of bad luck that has plagued him and once again was at his best and hauled down a win on the Pro Stock Phil’s Triple Crown 65-lap feature. Mike Brightman, on a last-minute pass of points leader Kenny Spencer, grabbed fourth place, which (added to a second and a third in other Triple Crown races) granted him the honors of the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown for the 2014 season. Darling’s win, pointswise, pushed him past Fred Astle, who went out just after the midpoint thanks to a collision which yielded a nose-crushing meeting with the frontstretch wall. Spencer’s fifth kept him comfortably ahead of Darling’s second in the points column. Tom Scully, Sr. jumped away from the pole and went door-to-door with Bob Hussey, but gained the lead down the backstretch as Kevin Folan got up under Hussey and Bob Pelland III contested fourth place, door-to-door with Jake Vanada. By lap 3, Scully had a five-car lead. Folan, Hussey and Vanada were bumper-to-bumper, followed by Pelland, Kevin Casper and Dick Houlihan. The remainder of the field was two-wide behind them. Scully continued to move away and had built a straightaway lead on Folan. Hussey was another eight cars back, with Vanada hugging his bumper. Pelland had faded an additional cars. Houlihan then moved underneath Pelland into fifth and Darling followed. But Scully was running well enough to be almost a half lap in the lead. Darling took fifth from Houli and Craig Weinstein did the same on lap later. By Lap 22, Spencer... read more

Fast Friday Recap 8.8

8-8-14 Fast Fridays OUELLETTE OUTLASTS DEBBIS FOR SECOND FEATURE WIN Tim Ouellette derailed the Debbis Express in a tense sprint to the finish over the final six laps of the feature. Ouellette took the front after Eric LeBrun spun off turn four. It took four attempts to restart lap 13 and then another two to get the race going after a lap 14 caution. The restarts took Luke LeBrun out of the lead he had held since outrunning polesitter Colin McMullen at the start and placed Ouelette inside Anthony Marvin at the front. Points pacesetter and multiwinner Derek Debbis was outside Brittany Nichols in the second row. The wily Debbis jumped down between Ouellette and Nichols as Marvin battled for the lead, wheel-to-wheel. Ouellette, however, was equal to the task and over lap 15 went out to a three-car lead, trailing Debbis, Nichols, Marvin and Scott Serydynski, Jr. in a field whch ha quickly strung out single file. Debbis began to close, but Oullette responded by powering back up. Eric LeBrun got under Serydynski to take over fifth with two laps remaining as Debbis continued to stalk Ouellette on lap 18. But Ouellette continued to press and Debbis was unable to overtake him, finishing three-quarters of a second behind. Nichols followed in third, her best finish to date, with Marvin and Eric LeBrun rounding out the top five. At the start, Luke had zoomed away from McMullen and led all the way to the lap 13 caution, including a lap one restart. Marissa Morgan and McMullen were eased back as Serydynski moved up to second and then Ouellette followed... read more

2nd Annual Crabby Manchester Race August 16

The 2nd Annual James “Crabby” Manchester Memorial late Model Race is coming up on August 16th. This 50 lap late model feature will feature $1000 to win and trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place as well as increased purse throughout the field. Thanks to Bill Bernard for his sponsorship of this race remembering a great race fan! Payout is as follows: 1 1000 2 600 3 400 4 250 5 230 6 220 7 210 8 200 9 190 10 180 11 165 12 105 13 100 14 100 15 100 16 100 17 100 18 100 19 100 20 100 21 100 22 100 23 100 24... read more

Fast Friday Recap 8.1

THOMPSON OUTLASTS MARTINEZ FOR LEGENDS WIN TJ Thompson and Brandon “Batman” Martinez put on a display of hard pursuit enroute to Thompson’s first win on the Legends season. But this was not before a hard crash to the wall eliminated Jesse Jakubajtys at the outset. Jakubajtys came of his third place start and was dicing among the leaders down the backstretch and into turn three. Midway through the turn, where competing forces are the greatest, light contact occurred with Thompson. Already running on the edge of his tires, Jakubajtys began a slow rotation that saw him bounce into the air and land pointed toward the turn four wall at speed. A grinding crash ensued as the legends car shed its front fenders then came to rest with its right side against the wall, bringing out the red flag. All emergency personnel scrambled to the scene, but Jakubajtys began to push the door open on his own. It was badly jammed and required assistance to give enough space for the driver to exit. Anthony Pagliarulo, in trying to avoid, climbed Thompson’s fender and was stuck there until removed, but was able to continue. Nick Lascuola had stopped nearby and it appears his car picked up a problem as a result of the wreck, as on the restart, he was suddenly unable to achieve speed and the winner of nine successive features this year had to be black-flagged from the race. The full restart saw outside polesitter Nick Wisialko jump to the lead, away from Jessica O’Leary, while Brandon Packard went from outside the second row and around Wisialko into the... read more

SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY…Monster Truck Madness!

Monster Truck Madness this Sunday! Higher Education, Iron Warrior and Black Stallion are coming Sunday August 3rd and they will crush and smash everything in sight! Monster Trucks, Car & Truck Enduros, Crazy Figure 8 races plus Trailer races and Spectator Drags! gates open @ 2:30…showtime 5 pm! Adults only $20 …kids 6-12 $10…5 and under... read more

Sim’s Saturday Recap 7.26

PARENT REVISITS FOR BIG LATE MODEL WIN It’s been a while since Ray Parent’s number 17 has graced the Cement Palace’s bullring. But Ray had some time off from the ACT tour that’s consumed his time of late, and decided to drop in. And he’s rehabbing from the shoulder injury which sidelined him from a Tour feature recently. But Ray said in his blog: “Went to the orthopedic doctors and got a shot of WD-40 in the shoulder. I have a small tear in my AC joint. May have to come back next week for another squirt. But will be good to go for our next race!!” If his performance tells the tale, the WD-40 did the trick. Ray came from a ninth-place start to spoil Nick Lascuola’s rookie win bid with five laps remaining, then held him off for a 1/3 of a second victory margin. Dylan Estrella, Bobby Pelland III and Bill Bernard piled pell-mell across the line behind them. The other 17 in the race – Vinny Arrenegado – roared off the pole into a lead he jealously guarded for the first eight circuits. Eddie LeClerc got under Dave Hutchins, Jr. as Charlie Rose dropped below Lascuola. Rose got on Lascuola’s bumper with Jeramee Lillie in pursuit. Lascuola went under LeClerc into second on lap four with Lillie following to third. Parent got past Hutch and Rose, into position behind Lillie, But Charlie Rose and Mike Marfeo got together between turns one and two, bringing the first caution. Arrenegado now saw Lascuola out his side window, as the latter had passed LeClec prior to the caution.... read more

Fast Friday 7.25 Recap

JOHNSON OUT-BRAWLS CHOUINARD FOR TRIPLE CROWN WIN Nicholas Johnson and Billy Choinard went door-to-door for the final eight laps of the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown for Pure Stocks. It was a brawl that concluded with the crowd looking to the pylon for the winner after they battled under the checkers in a dead heat. The electrionics concluded that Johnson had his second win – second in as many races – by the miniscule margin of four thousandths of a second! The final restart arose on lap 26, as leaders Randy Moretti and Mark Murphy tangled in turn one with Moretti going into a spin and Murphy joining him at the back on the assist. Chouinard took the pole, looking down eight laps to the finish, with Johnson on his shoulder. Chouinard grabbed the front, and Jamie Birch snugged up to his bumper, sticking Johnson on the outside. He elected to stay out there and whipsawed back and forth alongside Chouinard. Daniel Massa, Murphy and Dan Johnson went three-wide behind them, Nick was alongside Chouinard on lap 24 as they went wheel-to-wheel across the stripe. Birch clung to third as the pyrotechnics fired off in front of him. Murphy broke from the three-wide to challenge Birch. Chouinard grabbed a nose on Nick in lap 26, but Johnson toiled back alongside by lap 28. Choinard was two feet up on Johnson under the white silk and through turns one and two. Johnson found some power down the back stretch and edged forward. He pulled even with Chouinard entering the final stretch and they drag-raced to the checkers with the crowd on... read more

BARRETT WINS $10K OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY

    Tommy Barrett , Jr. chased Todd Annarummo for four-fifths of the hundred-lap Open Wheel Wednesday feature, including laps 24-30, but Annarummo was well set up and a native driver at Seekonk. He led the way, with Barrett sniping incessantly at his back bumper. Barrett was seldom far from that bumper and often soliciting a way around. It wasn’t until a lap 81 restart, following Branden Dion’s motor failure, that the fireworks’ gand finale hit the track. They ran door-to-door, whipsawing the lead until Barrett, running the outside, dropped under Annarummo. There was contact as Barrett moved across Annarummo’s tail and then he powered through. Annarummo surged back on the outside but a lap 87 spin involving Steve Masse, Anthony Nocella and Kyle James brought out the caution. For the first time, Barrett had the pole on a restart. He went to the front. Annarummo dropped in behind, but bounced back to the outside. Matt Hirschman jumped ahead into the opening setting Annarummo in third. Barrett dueled Hirschman until lap 97 when Hirschmann went to the outside, then slowed suddenly, taking Annarummo backwards with him. Jon McKennedy leapt from fifth to second for the final three laps and chased Barrett across the line. Hirschmann and Annarummo recoverd and pursued them, finishing third and fourth. Richard Savary charged in fifth. Annarummo nabbed the lead at the outset and Barrett settled on the attack behind him. Savary went to third, while Hirschman and Justin Bonsignore traded fourth for seven laps, then Hirschman settled in. Bonsignore continued in fifth until Rowan Pennink displaced him on lap 13. First caution flew on... read more

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