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Updated entry list for Open Modified race

0 Rogers Jr, Tom 06 Hinckley, Les 2 Malave, Jeff 3 Preece, Ryan 6 Fournier, Colbey 6MA Pitkat, Woody 7 Vigeant, Kurt 12 Annarummo, Todd 13 Masse, Stephen 15 Pasteryak, Chris 16 Cerazolo, Todd 20 Coby, Doug 20 Zachem, Max 21 Perry, Dennis 21 Bonsignore, Justin 23 Douglas, Michael 25 Galko, Matt 25 Pennink, Rowan 31 Monahan, Shawn 33 Richardi, Rob 35 Ramstrom, Derek 36 Bolton, Chris 38 Sapienza, Dave 40 Swanson, Matthew 41 Fredrickson, Karl 45 Estrella, Scott 50 Hirschman, Matt 50 Medeiros Jr, Carl 52 Santos, Bobby 69 Dolan, Jim 69 Agugliaro, Jason 71 Cantara, Josh 71 Newcomb Jr, Paul 72 Potrzebowski, Terry 73 McKennedy, Jonathan 73x Jankowiak, Andy 76 Annarummo, Vinnie 79 Dion, Branden 80 Houlihan, Dick 88 Alexander, Kirk 92 Nocella, Anthony 97 Fortin, John 99 Savary,... read more

Open Wheel Wednesday Schedule updated 7.17

Open Wheel Wednesday Wednesday July 23rd 2014 Event Schedule 1:00 PM Ticket Booth & Pits Open 1:15 PM Modified Tire Sales Start (In Pits) Tire Slips purchased at pit ticket window 1:45 PM Modified Inspections begin. All cars must pass over scales and register transponders, pick drawing number 3:15 PM Practice starts following rotation – Modifieds – NEMA Lights – Midgets Each division minimum 2 rounds 4:00 PM Grandstands Open 5:00 PM Practice Ends 5:10 PM Modified tire scuff round 5:30 PM Modified Drivers meeting and drawing for starts 6:00 PM Modified & NEMA Autograph session @ midway 6:55 PM National Anthem & Start of Program Qualifying Race Rotation Heats: Modifieds NEMA Lights NEMA Midgets Consolation Races Feature Events NEMA Lights 29 Laps B Main Modified Feature 25 laps($1000 to win) NEMA Midgets 29 laps $10,000 to win Modified Race 100 laps Schedule Subject to Change (updated... read more

NEMA ROLLS INTO SEEKONK FOR THE BOSTON LOUIE SEYMOUR MEMORIAL

By Chris Romano Eighteen years ago the Northeast Midget Association held its first Boston Louie Seymour Memorial at Seekonk Speedway, and it rapidly became a signature event for midget racing in the northeast. On July 23 the NEMA Midgets and NEMA Lites will invade Seekonk Speedway again for Open Wheel Wednesday, joining the Modifieds for a night of record breaking lap speeds and three abreast racing. This year’s Boston Louie will be special as Ralph Sheheen and the crew of MAVTV’s SpeedSport Magazine show will be on site to film the 29 lap event for broadcast on August 14. For co-founders Mike and Bobby Seymour, the broadcast of their father’s race brings the legacy of Boston Louie Seymour full circle. For years Boston Louie towed the family’s Sprint Car to the Midwest to race with USAC’s finest, and in 1976 with Billy Casella the team won the USAC Silver Crown championship. “From 1971 to 1980,” said Bobby, “ABC’s Wide World of Sports broadcast USAC Sprint Cars from Terre Haute, and our car won the first year, the second year, and the last year.” That exposure, said Seymour, helped propel his father to a national stage. Asked if he thought the race would grow to the size and stature it has, Seymour responded, “In some ways, yes, and in some ways no. I never thought we’d get a TV deal. But I knew a lot of people in the Midwest were behind it because of his notoriety. You’ve got to work it all the time, and that’s what we do now. There’s a lot of history there but there are... read more

Demoura, Scully Jr, Estrella & Murphy winners on 7.19

Austin Blais took over the Street Stock race on lap 17 and appeared like he would tack on another win until post race tech inspection determined that was not to be. Chris DeMoura led several laps and held on for second on the track and was awarded the victory after the 16 was dq’d, with Tony Oliviera picking up his best finish of the season for third, Steve Axon was fourth and Cory Fanning was fifth. Dylan Estrella picked up his fourth win of the season in the 30 lap Late Model event, moving past Eddie LeClerc with several laps remaining to take over and cruise to the win. Bobby Pelland III worked his way into second over the final laps, with Bill Bernard, early leader Eddie LeClerc and Nick Lasoula third through fifth. Rob Murphy made it four in a row and six on the season in the Sport Trucks, edging out defending champion John Paiva by .007 seconds. Chase Belcher finished third, with Mike Cavallaro and Nick Uhrig fourth and fifth. Tom Scully Jr picked up his second win of the season in the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown round two. Tom took the lead over from Ken Spencer on the third lap, and held Spencer off for the final 62 laps as they raced nose to tail and side by side for the distance. Mike Brightman finshed third, with Angelo Belsito and Craig Weinstein rounding out the top... read more

Open Wheel Wednesday registrations rolling in

The registrations for Seekonk Speedway’s 11th Annual Open Wheel Wednesday Modified Madness, this year being held on July 23, have started arriving, and up for grabs to the winner is a cool $10,000. Doug Coby of Milford, CT. was the first entry to arrive, as he will be behind the wheel of Rick Czarnecki’s #20. Doug is a two time winner of the mid-summer classic. Entries have also been received from two time winner Matt Hirschman of North Hampton, PA., in Bob Horn’s #59, which is the same ride he took to victory a couple of years ago. Additional entries have come from Joe Ambrose of Mattituck, NY, Canton, MA’s Richard Savary, who was the winner of the most recent Valenti Modified Racing Series event at Seekonk, former MRS champion Jon McKennedy, former MRS Seekonk winner Steve Masse, Pawcatuck, CT’s Dennis Perry, Max Zachem of Preston, CT, Colby Fournier of Berkley, MA, and Brandon Dion of Taunton, MA, who has been running at Stafford Speedway in the SK Lites. The biggest surprise entry to date is former NASCAR Whelen Modified Racing Series Champion Bobby Santos III, who will be driving for Wayne Darling. Wayne is a three-time winner of this event, and Santos has many laps at the Bay State oval, winning with the NEMA Midgets. The 100 lap main event has a record purse, including $1,000 to qualify, thanks to the Racing Guys and Jim Schaffer, who have been raising money since the winter months to push this third race of the Tri-Track Series. In addition to the monies for the race, there is a $10,000 points fund... read more

RIP Rosemary Viveiros

The Speedway would like to offer its sincerest condolences to the Viveiros family on the loss of Rosemary. She was a great woman and will be missed by... read more

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