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Friday Night Recap 6.27.14

DEBBIS STAYS ON WINNING TRACK IN 600’S Derek Debbis stayed with his winning ways in the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown race for SYRA 600 cars with a strong climb through the pack to pass leader Cassie Meservey at the two-thirds point of the race. He then held off an insistent Anthony Marvin following a lap 17 restart, receiving a little assistance from Scott Serydynski, Jr. Serydynski came up to challenge alongside Marvin over the final three laps but had to settle for third. Michael Toner and Eric LeBrun completed the top five. As Meservey outran Tim Ouellette at the outset for the lead, Debbis took a big leap from eighth to fifth, passing Eric and Luke LeBrun plus Toner. Meservey moved away as Oullette settled in. Debbis passed Serydynski on lap two and set out after Marvin, getting underneath on lap four then going into third on Marvin’s rear bumper. Serydynski settled into fifth with Marvin in fourth. They pursued through the middle part of the race with Toner backing them up. Debbis hunted down Oullette for seven laps, catching him just after the midpoint of the feature. On lap nine, he looked underneath, only to find the door slammed in his face. He looked to the outside and began coming on. He had his nose by on lap eleven and Oullette got loose in the following circuit and Debbis vaulted into second behind Meservey. He immediately went after Meservey and she replied with a staunch defense. Debbis went to the outside and they dueled for the lead. By lap 16, he had the lead on the outside and... read more

RI Shriners and Trike Races this Saturday Night!

This Saturday Night is hosted by the Ri Shriners Clown Unit and features the Pro Stocks, Street Stocks, Late Models and the Second Sport Truck Triple Crown Race as well as the Annual Kid’s Trike races!     Download the Rules and Registration here!... read more

Sim’s Saturday 6.21 Recap

6-21-14 Saturday Night, Summer Solstice FAST FRED RUNS THE FRONT – THE WHOLE 65 LAPS Fred Astle Jr. jealously guarded the lead, which he grabbed right off the pole, for the entire Pro Stock division race. Assuaging the bad luck that fate had sent him on previous evenings, he ran away from the field on each of the three cautions, including a green-white-checker on the sixty-third lap of the Brad Scott Memorial to haul down the double points on the laps-added feature. This was also the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown race. Fred was hooked up and driving straight and it seemed nothing could touch him, though Craig Weinstein and then Mike Brightman worked mightily from second place to reel him in. Astle would have none of it and continuously added to his lead. On the final restart with two laps remaining, he was equal to the task and pulled rapidly away from Brightman, who was on his outside. Mike chose to drop into second, just ahead of Kevin Casper, who had edged Weinstein out of third five laps earlier. Rick Martin also got by Weinstein on the restart for fourth, while Ryan Vanasse drove past Bob Hussey and Weinstein , grabbing the fifth spot at the finish. Most of the passing had been accomplished by lap ten. Dick Houlihan, who had started 20th made the most of the moment, moving up to eleventh, behind Martin, who was recovering from a bad start which saw him slide from eighth to thirteenth before he was able to gather the car in. But Kevin Folan got crossed up in the pack and... read more

6.20 Fast Friday Recap

6-20-14 Fast Fridays LASCUOLA OUTLASTS LAMOTH TO CHECKERS IN LEGENDS The irrepressible Nick Lascuola continued his winning ways in Legends with a run to the checkers making him undefeated on the early part of the season. This time, however, he had the returning Jordan Lamoth shadowing him the distance, then closing in at the end for a crowd-pleaser of a finish. John O’Sullivan ran a strong race for a third and divisional rookie Jesse Melberg’s fourth place proved he is mastering his new ride after stepping over from Pure Stocks last season. Matthew Carpenter ran near the front all night, bringing home a big fifth. The top-ten finishers were established by the halfway point in the 30-lap extended feature which was both a regional qualifier for the Legends national race, slated for Las Vegas and the first stop on the Phil’s Propane triple crown for the division. Lascuola started twelfth and made great leaps toward the front: going to seventh on the first circuit and to third on the second. He trailed leaders Chris Robbins and Lamoth until a lap six restart, when he zoomed to the outside and to the front. Robbins had suffered mechanic al failure which spun him to bring the caution, and his car had to be wreckered to the pits. By lap eight, Lascuola, Lamoth and O’Sullivan were nose-to-tail and rocketing away from the field. The chase pack was led by Melberg, Andrew and Matthew Carpenter and Colin Healy. Healy had come from the back after losing his right rear fender, backing into the backstretch wall following a turn two spin. He would go... read more

Brad Scott Memorial Race on Tap for Speedway Pro Division on Sim’s metal management Night

The Brad Scott Memorial Race will piggy back with the 1st leg of the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown for the Pro Stocks this Saturday night. The 65 lap main event will pay out $2100 to the winner, $1500 to second and 411 to third . The late Models will also be in action as there is now a tie atop the leaderboard between Gerry Degasparre and Bobby Pelland. Sport Trucks and Sim’s Street Stocks also round out the action on Sims Metal Management Night at the Races.... read more

Fast Friday ready to roll!

This weeks action will feature a US Legends National Qualifier Race also doubling as a Phils Propane Triple Crown Race for Nick’s Pitstop Legends. A pure Stock Triple Crown race as well as Seekonk Youth Mini Cup Racing and Sport 4’s…gates open at 5:30 with the action kicking in at 7! Adults only $7…kids under 12 are... read more


LINEHAM SCORES THAT FIRST ROOKIE WIN IN PRO STOCKS A pair of rookies hogged the front of the Pro Stock feature, neither budging further down the list than fourth place as Ryan Lineham hotshoed the Rollie Lindblad 48 to Victory Lane for a first rookie win. Smokin’ Joe Kohler fought off the veterans for forty laps and shot home a second behind to make it a newcomers’ 1-2 finish. Fred Astle was able to intrude on the dream for 12 laps at the middle of the forty-lapper and Dick Houlihan eased Kohler briefly to fourth at that point, but tough-driving rookies and racing fate intervened and the dynamic duo was back at the front crussing under the checkers with the veteran Scully in hot pursuit. Kenny Spencer, continuing his hot-handed season ran from 13th to fourth and was the wedge between Scully, Sr. and Scully Jr., which completed the top five. Lineham and Kohler took the front and Polesitter Lineham pulled ahead at the starting stripe. After a brief duel, Kohler dropped in with Dick Houlikhan on his bumper. Houli was being contested by Tom, Sr. Just beyond the stripe into the second stanza, Kevin Casper, Ryan Lineham and Angelo Belsito found themselves enmeshed in turn three, making their way to the infield amid a wildfire of tire smoke. Ryan and Smokin’ Joe had the front for the restart with Houlihan and Tom, Sr. at their backs. Now, Freddy and Bob Hussey were row three. Out of the box, Lineham grabbed the front and Kohler settled in. Houlihan nosed under Kohler just as Daryl Stampfl, George Kourafas and belsito... read more


VANASSE CLAIMS WIN IN TRIPLE CROWN FOR LATE MODELS Ryan Vanasse came visiting from Pro Stocks for the second week and added a win to his runnerup the previous week and it seemed as if he hadn’t moved on to Pro Stocks. He moved up from eighth to the front through a medieval battlefront of competitors and wrestled the lead from a fast Dave Hutchins, jr. Vanasse then denied all challengers by running out to huge leads for the remainder of the fifty laps. This was the first of Phil’s Propane Triple Crown events for late models. Vanasse completed the win a long 4.9 seconds ahead of runnerup Gerry DeGasparre, Jr. Roland Wheeler leapt into third, followed by Bobby Pelland III and Eddie LeClerc. Hutchins pulled away from Vinny Arrenegado at the green. As Vinny dropped in, Jeramee Lillie dueled under Charlie Rose and Bill Bernard grabbed fifth. The Hammer dropped under Arrenegado for second out of turn four on the ensung lap. Another circuit and Hutch had a three lap lead on Lillie and Bernard while DeGasparre was passing Arrenegado down low. Vanasse then moved Arrenegado back to sixth. Vinny then spun onto the backstretch after a battle with Charlie Rose, who was called for the assist. Hutch escaped The Hammer, who dropped into second , as Bernard and DeGasparre and then Vanasse and Pelland were wheel-to-wheel behind them. Bernard escaped DeGasparre, who found Vanasse on his low side, edging ahead. Dylan Estrella stood ahead of Pelland and Nick Lascuoal who were dueling for position. Lillie began to edge Lascuola, but they remained door-to-door as well as the... read more


BELCHER BRAWLS TO BIG FIRST WIN IN TRUCKS Chase Belcher, just up from SYRA this year, fought off a host of challengers enroute to his first feature win as a rookie in the Sport Trucks Division. He outran Joey Wakefield at the outset to take the lead on lap one and held him off until John Paiva became the challenge on lap 10. Chase yielded the lead six laps later, then got it back when Paiva went to the rear on a false start call following a caution (raising controversy when Paiva stopped mid race, dropped his net in the caution then stalked to the pits in protest.) As they had in the heat race, Belcher and Cavallaro drew their irons and emptied their magazines all the way to the finish line, with the electronic timers revealing the lead changing hands. Belcher’s teammate Rob Murphy gave him no mercy, looking to nose under and steal the win. Belcher shut the door and Cavallaro edged ahead, being recorded as leader on laps 22 and 23. But the restart after Paiva’s protest was registered saw Belcher jumpa away on the outside and Murphy dodged under Cavallaro. But Mike fired his boilers, left Murphy, crossed under and barged in alongside a surprised Belcher as the white flag came out. They came across even and fired off the whole nine yards in the single circuit to the checkers. As the smoke settled, Belcher had eked out a .451-second win and Cavallaro was forced to settle for second. Murphy was just 0.2 seconds back. Joey Wakefield also finished in the same second for fourth,... read more

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