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PAIVA NAILS DOWN TRUCKS WIN John Paiva slid up through the Sport Trucks field to challenge leader Chase Belcher, gaining the front just ahead of the race’s midpoint , then held his nemesis off the rest of the way to Victory Lane. Rob Murphy, in his third race of the evening, finished third, ahead of David Lougee and Mike Cavallaro, who got together as they came to the stripe, finishing fourth and fifth. However, postrace inspection revealed ineligible gas in Lougee’s fuel cell, resulting in disqualification and loss of points. The loss of points cost him the points lead, elevating Belcher to the division lead. Lenny Guy came off the pole a nose ahead of Eric LeBrun just before Cavallaro and Murphy got together, resulting in Cavallaro spinning and Murphy joining him at the back for the assist. The combatants came out again, wheel-to-wheel at the stripe with Lenny gaining a nose on the backstretch. But Belcher had gained the second row with Darryl Church for the restart and got under LeBrun for second. He then worked his way below Guy and they battled into turn three with Belcher gaining the front. Guy was hung out to dry as LeBrun then Paiva slipped past followed by Ed Perry. Belcher had a half straightaway lead in lap seven with Lebrun trying to keep pace as Paiva filled his mirror. Paiva began looking underneath while Perry, Guy and Mike Lopes gave chase. The lead lengthened for Belcher and Paiva went under LeBrun into second before the Latter spun in turn two. It took a pair of attempts to get the lap... read more
LUKE’S 600 WIN STARTS LEBRUN TWIN BILL IN SYRA Luke LeBrun outran Karlin Levesque and Evan Marchand on a restart with two laps remaining to nail down a SYRA 600 win on an evening that proved good for the LeBrun team. His Brother, Eric was to carry home the trophy in the 750 division later the same evening for a Family Fast Friday sweep. LeBrun started fifth and Levesque sixth as Zachary Martinez took the pole. Martinez went door-to-door with Alexandria Lillie out of the box and into a three-wide with Lebrun coming around the outside. As the triple broke down, Martinez had the front and Luke was charging up alongside. But Scott Serydynski, Jr. spun in turn two and Martinez lined up alongside LeBrun. Luke leapt out of the box and Trenton Goodrow slipped alongside Martinez. Ava Chouinard and Lillie got together in turn four and spun, but both recovered and drove on without a caution. By lap 5, LeBrun had an eight-car lead as Goodrow went to second ahead of Martinez, Levesque, Marchand and Marissa Morgan. Martinez came back alongside to vie for second. By lap eight, LeBrun had more than a half-straight lead and was beginning to seem unassailable. Martinez had settled in second and Levesque was now in a dogfight with Goodrow over third. Marchand was holding down fifth. By lap 10, the field was stretched out to a pace line and LeBrun continued to hold his long lead. The only competition going on was Anthony Marvin and Serydynski debating seventh place. Lap 15 saw LeBrun lapping Chouinard as he continued to add distance on... read more
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PAIVA HOLDS OFF MURPHY FOR SPORT TRUCKS WIN After two early-race cautions, the Sport Trucks feature ran caution free from lap two through the lap 25 checkers with John Paiva coming on with one-third of the laps remaining to deprive Mike Cavallaro of the lead and rush on through the remaining eight laps to Victory Lane. Cavallaro had one lap previous deprived leading rookie on the division, Eric LeBrun of his fifteen lap stint in the lead. Rob Murphy then cruised in to edge Cavallaro out of second and Chase Belcher sat Mike in third. Late in the race, points leader David Lougee pried Cavallaro out of fourth. LeBrun had gone from the pole to the lead, and Joseph Fortin II got under Dan Johnson into second. But Mike Duarte had come out of the box to spin at the stripe, bringing the field back for a complete restart. The spin had been a mechanical problem which sent Duarte to the sidelines. Again LeBrun grabbed the lead before Johnson spun sideways in turn four, taking a big hit from Bob Rainville, sending them both to the pits and ending their nights. LeBrun once again secured the lead but Lougee spun on lap two, from fluid he was leaking. He went to the pits, but dropped a lot of fluid, which initiated a major cleanup with speedy dry, lasting 20 minutes. The delay was long enough that Lougee’s crew was able to correct the fault and get him back out just as the field hit the starting box. As LeBrun continued to lead Cavallaro, Murphy followed Paiva and Church... read more
CAREER WIN NUMBER ONE FOR GOODROW IN 600’s Trenton Goodrow nailed down his first career win, elevating him to the status of second generation Seekonk racers to win a feature, after his father Jeff Goodrow, who had a career in the Late Models in the latter 1990’s. Trenton deprived pole sitter Ava Chouinard of the lead on a lap two restart following a spin by Alexandria Lillie. From there it was green flag and an unheaded straight shoot to the checkers for the leading rookie in the division. Karlin Levesque’s third place finish elevated him to the honor of Phil’s Propane Triple Crown divisional winner for the 2015 season. Goodrow never had a moment’s peace, however, as Anthony Marvin roared up from a last place start and deprived Scott Serydynski, Jr. of second on lap seven. Marvin then spent the remainder of the feature giving Goodrow the most difficult time possible. Levesque moved into third at the same time, while Luke LeBrun joined the pursuit one lap later. Serydynski joined in as a tight line wound around the bullring for the final 12 laps; all five leaders finished on the same second. Marissa Morgan had risen to sixth by lap four and spent the next five laps in pursuit of LeBrun. But her car became problematic and Evan Marchand steered past as she began a slow fade to tenth, completed when Chouinard took her out of ninth. Marchand held onto the position until Zachary Martinez edged him back to seventh with two laps remaining. Lillie had battled her car since the early spin and completed the feature in... read more
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