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2014 Pure Stocks

2014 Pure Stocks   Trying to find an entry level class of racing is easy to do, and the Pure Stocks have continued to grow since their inception several years ago. This year will be as competitive as ever with all of the talent that this class is growing. John Robidoux finally added the championship trophy to his mantle after several years of trying. With only a couple of wins, his consistency got him to the top at the end of the long season. His toughest competition will be back to push him aside. Earl Curtin III pushed all the way to the end of the season, but some tough link on the final night ended his season without the golden ticket. He is ready and up for the challenge to unseat John this year. Former champions Bill Chouinard and Scott Cestodio return for action this year. While Scott is only running a part time schedule, they both will be factors weekly for the checkered and could factor in the final standings. Ed Flanagan Jr rounded out the season with his first win in over 3 years, and is poised to show the family heritage. Randy Moretti returns back to the Pure Stocks after trying the Sims Street Stocks, and is ready to get back into the action. Greg Perry is another return to action after several years on the sidelines. Watch out for both of these drivers. Amy Arsenault was working the bugs out of a new car at the end of the season, and broke a seven year winless streak. With the new car ready, the second... read more

Seekonk Youth Racing

2014 SYRA 750 This upcoming season looks to be one of the larger fields in many seasons for the Seekonk Youth Racing Association senior group. Several drivers are making the move up, while only 2 drivers return. Shelby Donovan is the longest tenured in the 750 class, with this being her third. Last season saw her pick up one win before being sidelined over the final few weeks. Her return has her as one of the favorites to pick up the crown. The other retuning driver is Taylor Bowser, who is running her second in this class. She picked up two wins last year on her way to winning the Rookie of the Year. Will one of these two young ladies be the first female champion at Seekonk in history? There will be plenty of competition for this pair. The 600 champion from last year, TJ Morsehead is making the leap and should be a fast learner. There hasn’t been a driver to win the 600 and 750 titles back to back in several years. Dave Hutchins Jr was the last. Can TJ be next? David White is another contender making the jump. He didn’t miss the title by much, but add in the learning curve of the faster car and the difficulty level increases. David is a quick learner though, and will be ready. Matt Barboza probably spent more time in the 600 class than any of his competitors, but that seasoning will prove beneficial for the 2x team. Brandon Lillie, Shea Kulpa, Joey Lembo, Taylor Evan and Kendra Levesque have also thrown their hat into the ring... read more

2014 Nick’s Pitstop Legends

2014 Nick’s Pit Stop Legends In the 2 years that the Nick’s Pit Stop Legends have been part of the Fast Friday program, the season was dominated by one driver each year. 2012 saw Shaun Buffington show the fast way around the 1/3 mile oval. Last year saw Nick Lascoula clinch the title with more than one week of racing left. Nick has moved up into the LM, and while he may come and play once in a while, his focus will be on Saturdays. That doesn’t mean he won’t be strong when he is here. After all, he did win A LOT last year. Who will pick up and take over the division? With the top three not returning, it makes the division wide open to be taken over. Tom Thompson from Lisbon CT has been fast when he’s visited us, and if he runs a full schedule, he could be taking the title back to CT. Curt Snow is another that has gotten closer and closer to being a force to be reckoned with, as is Andy and Matt Carpenter. All three drivers will be racing for the win before you know it. There is an influx of new drivers into the Legends this year as well. Jesse Melberg dominated the Pure Stocks for over a season, and is ready to continue that into his new division. A complete rebuild on the car, and he is ready. Joe and Nick Wisialko will both be competing this season. They both got their feet wet last year, and are both ready to tackle a full season. Brandon Martinez is... read more

2014 Sport Four

2014 Sport4 Devin Miranda faced some adversary last year, but he persevered and picked up his first championship in the Sport4 division. He also picked up the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Championship, keeping everything in place. What did he do over the winter? He went through the car and made sure he was ready for a new challenge. Who will be challenging the Taunton native? Tyler Boudreau tied for second in the standings, and picked up a win. Not bad for a rookie year. His original plan was to go touring with the mini stocks, but it looks as he will have 2014 to improve on his impressive rookie season. Henry Lavallee finished second in points two years ago and fourth last year. His consistency has been there, but the wins haven’t. What does he need to get back to the checkered first? A little good luck and a little more power. Lenny Sousa is all set to challenge for the title this season. With a little more luck and timing, he will find himself where he wants to be. Michael Glad was strong last year, one of the fastest. Sometimes you just need to slow down a little to go faster, and once he finds his groove, watch out. Bob Henry started getting stronger and stronger as the season went on last year. This year practice has shown he’s taken the needed steps over the winter and is even better. David Westgate returned after trying the Sport Trucks and Pure Stocks. He found the Sport4’s fit him well. Now, he just has to fine tune the new car... read more

Murphy, Degasparre, Scully Jr and Blais pick up checkers Saturday Night

Rob Murphy used the outside lane to work past Mike Cavallaro, John Paiva and Rick Martin to pick up his second win of the season in the Phil’s Propane Triple Crown race #1. Paiva held on for second, with Martin, Cavallaro and Chris Lima rounding out the top five, Gerry DeGasparre Jr picked up his first win of the season in the 30 lap Late Model main, getting past Nick Lascoula on a lap 24 restart. Lascoula held on for second, with Dylan Estrella third, Jeramee Lillie fourth and Charlie Rose fifth. Austin Blais work through the field and chased down early leader Steve Potter and picked up his first career win in the Sim’s Street Stock 25 lap feature. Potter wound up second with Paul Lallier, Chris DeMoura and Corey Fanning third through fifth. Tom Scully Jr held off a late charge from Ryan Vanasse to pick up his first win of the season. Vanasse was second, Kenny Spencer third, Angelo Belsito was fourth and Dick Houlihan... read more

Darling, Pavia, Berthelette and Estrella claim Checkers saturday Night

Dylan Estrella took over the lead when leader Nick Lascoula broke with just seven laps remaining to pick up his second Late Model win of the season. Bobby Pelland III was second, Gerry DeGasparre Jr third, Charlie Rose fourth and Charlie Rose fifth. Dave Darling inherited the top spot on a restart with two laps remaining when Fred Astle spun while leading after contact from Mike Brightman. Kevin Casper finished second, with Ryan Lineham, Kenny Spencer and Joe Koehler third through fifth. Gerard Berthelette picked up his first win of the season, holding off Stephen Potter for the final ten laps. Potter ended up second with Ed Gannon III, Bobby Bettencourt and Ray Lovelace rounding out the top five. John Paiva won the Sport Truck feature, keeping his truck smooth through the final half of the race. Rob Murphy was second, with Mike Cavallaro, Lenny Guy and Joey Wakefield third through... read more

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    12
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    2015

    NWASS Saturday Nights - Triple Crown Champs Crowned

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