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LOVELACE NABS STREETERS’ OPENER WIN

Rey Lovelace and Streets champ Scott Bruneau were never out of each other’s sights as they started on the second row, battled through the 25 laps in the top five, then finished the last four laps in a dogfight for first. Lovelace hauled down opening day honors with a narrow victory over Bruneau, and they were chased over the line by Chris DeMoura, Paul Lallier and Vinnie Pangelinan. Street Stocks had a tough act to follow, however, as the 44 of Craig Pianka rolled onto the track early and set itself before the wall between turns three and four. Pianka hopped out, climbed the wall, grabbed a microphone and in front of the collected fans at the Speedway proposed mightily to his girl friend. He lost the girl but gained a fiancée. Then he went to give ‘em hell in the divisional opner. The dominant car through the first 20 laps, however, was a new Mustang at the hands of Stephen Potter . . . a car which handled the track and had a few horses to spare down the stretch. Potter came off the outside of the front row with Ed Gannon taking the lead from the pole. But Potter hung tough, A heavy layer of modified rubber laid down in the previous feature made the early going slippery for the Streeters, and Gannon slid up the track into Potter, Gerard Berthelette, Tony Oliviera and Ray Negley banged together sending Oliveira around and out of turn two. One lap after the restart, Paul Lallier spun out of two. Another restart saw Potter get by Gannon for the lead... read more

Vanasse picks up win after rookie DQ

  Ryan Vanasse’s patience along with technical infractions to Angelo Belsito’s Pro Stock played the thrill of victory against the agony of defeat on opening day. Rookie Belsito did the undone: crossing the finishing line on opening day at the head of the pack – as a rookie. But the tale of the techs lifted the crown from the Auburn, MA sensation’s brow and dropped it on the Warwick flash. Tech also denied a fifth place to Todd Annarummo in his return to Pro Stocks after several seasons in the Modified ranks. (Todd’s day was saved, however, by his retaining a solid fifth in Valenti Modified Racing Series action on the same oval.) Kenny Spencer ripped off the pole with Fred Astle, Jr. glued to his door. But Spencer took the lead to himself and Astle dropped in on lap two. Kevin Folan stuttered and fell back as Dave Darling and Tom Scully, Jr. went door-to-door over fourth place. Astle was impatient and went to the outside again on lap six with Folan, Darling and Mighty Mike Brightman in line behind. Belsito worked his way up from his tenth start to go wheel-to-wheel with Scully, Jr. They continued for four laps, changing places en-route, while Vanasse came up to work past Scully. Astle had whittled Spencer’s lead down to just a nose by lap ten, still running the outside. They seesawed as Folan closed it up with Darling working on his rear. Folan made light contact, causing Spencer to bobble and Freddy nosed ahead. Folan fell back, but Kevin Casper spun on the backstretch, bringing first caution on lap... read more

RICHARD SAVARY OUTRUNS BONSIGNORE FOR MODIFIED WIN

Richard Savary’s experience at the Cement Palace served well as he parlayed a third place start into a big Valenti Modified Series win. Todd Annarummo, also a Seekonk veteran, who has taken a number of VMRS features of late, dueled hotly with Savary before seeing his equipment fade at the race’s midpoint. He was able to hold on for an important fifth place finish. Justin Bonsignore chased Savary for a chance at second, but the winner had too good a lead and was a degree better at navigating alpped traffic. Anthony Nocella and Steve Masse filled the third and fourth slots. Max Zachem had earned the pole with Annarummo on his shoulder. Jeff Pearl had grabbed the second row with Savary on his shoulder. Cape Cod’s own, and another Seekonk vet Dan Meservey Jr. shared row three with David Schnider. The field broke wheel-to-wheel before Zachem grabbed the front with Annarummo and Savary on his tail. Pearl began to fall back. Zachem held on for four laps as Annarummo fought a determined battle to grab the lead on lap four. Savary set to work on the Connecticut shoe and after a lap 8 restart, took over second on lap 10. Zachem settled into third and gave solid chase as Savary set to work on taking away Anarummo’s lead. The wily Todd was not about to yield and they wrestled with Savary locked onto his rear from lap 20 on. Bonsignore worked quickly from his ninth place start to fifth by lap eight, trailed David Schneider for nine laps, then edged him back. Bonsignore dueled Zachem until lap 32, then... read more

BERNARD WITH SECOND CONSECUTIVE WIN IN SEASON’S OPENER

    Bill Bernard served notice that his new Late Model was the car to watch in his heat race, besting Bobby Pelland III by 1.5 seconds and setting top lap time in both preliminary races. Pelland set second best lap time and set the stage for another confrontation in the 30-lap feature race. Still there was 7-time champ Gerry DeGasparre, Jr. and a field of shoes who could make the challenge a tough one. Bill was called for the pole. Pelland settled behind him in the second row. Outside front, Bernard faced The Hammer – Jeramee Lillie and hot rookie Nick Lascuola filled out the second row. Bernard nosed ahead coming down the front stretch from the starting box as Lillie wrestled on the outside. Pelland looked underneath but couldn’t find any room. The pylon announced Bernard, Lillie, Pelland, Lascuola and Dylan Estrella after lap two. DeGasparre held sixth. Jariah Roderick and Eddie LeClerc battled behind him. The fight at the front raged on until Charlie Rose spun out of turn four. On the restart, Bernard and Lillie went wheel-to-wheel again until Lillie fell back, crossing the stripe into lap 11. Pelland stayed tight on Bernard’s bumper as Nathan Tracy spun in turn one. Now, Pelland was on the front row with Bernard and Lillie was down low in the second row. DeGasparre had solved Lascuola for fourth and the rookie faced of against Estrella. Out of the box, Bernard edged out on Pelland in hard running for the lead, but he had enough power and stick that he had the front to himself the next time across... read more

CAVALLARO OUTLASTS GUY FOR PHOTO FINISH

  Mike cavallaro and Lenny Guy set the stands afire with an openining day firefight concluded by a two hundredths of a second photo finish that couldn’t be told by the naked eye. Cavallaro came out of the smoke and the fire as feature winner, but Guy stood strong after the battle, undiminished. Guy had started outside Rob Murphy on the front and Cavallaro behind Murph in the second row. As the flag dropped, Murphy ran to the front then got loose in turn two. Guy grabbed the advantage and came back alongside as John Paiva nabbed third. As Murphy wrestled with his truck, Guy got by on lap two. Cavallaro dueled him for a pair of laps before stepping into second and a lap later, John Paiva eased him back to fourth. Nick Uhrig moved into fifth on lap 5 and a long run began with Uhrig working on Murphy for fourth. The field continued in hot pursuit through to lap 20. Ashley Kuhn, running her first race in the division, spun on the backstretch, in front of Rob Rainville. There was no where to go, and Rainville went nose in on a hard T-bone hit. Kuhn retired, while Rainville attemped to rejoin, but began spewing fluid from his front end and had to take it to the pits. Guy had the pole on the restart; Cavallaro was on his shoulder. Lenny nosed out to the lead on the start, but Cavallaro came back up alongside. In the back, rookie Shawn Demello and Rick Albernaz were trading paint as Guy and Cavallaro refused to grant an inch, circling... read more

Vanasse, Bernard, Lovelace, Cavallaro and Savory pick up wins at Sim’s Kickoff Classic

Bill Bernard kicked off the season in dominating style, leading all 30 laps of the LM main event. After winning his heat, he made quick work to take the lead and bring the field down to the checkers. Bobby Pelland III finished second, with Gerry DeGasparre Jr third, Nick Lascoula fourth and Branden Dion fifth. Rey Lovelace inherited the lead of the Sim’s Street Stocks 25 lap feature with a handful of laps remaining when Stephen Potter, who had led from the early laps, spun while trying to hold on to the lead. Lovelace held off reigning Sims Street Stock champion Scott Bruneau, with Chris DeMoura, Paul Lallier and Vinny Pangelinan rounding out the top five. Lenny Guy led 23 laps of the Sport Truck feature, only to have a caution come out and give Mike Cavallaro a shot at the win. It was just enough as the 5 time Sport Truck Champ, as he edged out Guy at the finish by .020 of a second. Defendng Truck champ John Paiva was third, with Rob Murphy and rookie Chris Lima fourth and fifth. It was Darling and Astle battling it out until contact sends them to the back of the field. Ryan Vanasse Picks up the Pro Stock win after the #1 and #8 got DQ’s.... read more

Seekonk Speedway ready for 2014 Season

With the long offseason coming to a close on the local racing scene, Seekonk Speedway is ready to kick of their 69th season with a 2 day event. Saturday, May 3rd will be the Classic & Custom Car Show & Go. Starting a 9am, custom cars, trucks and motorcycles will be on display for all to see, with the Mass Cruisers on hand. At 1, the cars are invited to journey onto the 1/3 mile oval for the burn out drags. Along with the car show, the first automotive swap meet of the season will be open to the public for those looking for that certain something for their ride. There will also be a car corral for cars for sale. While all of this is going on, the track will be full of action as the stars and cars will be in full mode during their final practice session before kicking the racing season off on Sunday. All of the action on Saturday is free admission. On Sunday, the 69th racing season goes into high gear with the Sims Spring Kickoff Classic. The Valenti Auto Group Modified Racing Series will make their first of 3 appearances at the Action Track of the East with a 100 lap main event. This is their third race of the season. Defending series champion Rowan Pennink is coming off a win at Monadnock speedway in their most recent event, and will be looking for his first win at Seekonk. He will have to hold off Steve Masse, Chris Pasteryak, Todd Szegedy, Norm Wrenn, Todd Annarummo and many others in the Spring Classic.... read more

Racing 360 Season Preview with Kyle Souza

Seekonk Speedway Set for Sim’s Season Opener Finally, after a long and snowy winter the Action Track of the East is once again ready to get back into full swing. Sunday will feature the Sim’s Season Opener, which this year has an extra spice too it. The Valenti Modifed Racing Series has seen two compeitive races so far, at Waterford Speedbowl and Manadnock Speedway, but this one could be even better. For the first time in the series history, they will open the Seekonk Speedway season with a thrilling 100 lap feature event. Former winners on the tour at Seekonk include Todd Annarummo and Chris Pastryeak, both expected to compete on Sunday afternoon. The tour has grown so much over the fast few seasons and should attract Seekonk a great Opening Day crowd. The weekly divisions at Seekonk will also kick-off their season as part of the Slim’s Sunday Opener. The Pro Stocks, Late Models, Street Stocks and Seekonk Sports Trucks will all compete in qualifying heat races and feature events. The Pro Stocks, will see the afternoon’s only time trials, to set the starting lineup for their heat races. Kenny Spencer has been known to lay down the fast lap in time trials over the past couple of seasons, and he will be controlling a brand new ride this season. Defending champion David Darling, along with Freddy Astle, Ryan Vanasse, and many others will be trying to open the season with a victory as well. The Late Model and Street Stock classes have continued to put on some of the best races in New England over the past... read more

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