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2015 Rules Meeting Dates

All meetings will be held at : Seekonk American Legion …351 Fall River Ave, Seekonk, MA 02771 Tuesday October 28th: 6pm – Street Stocks 7:30 – Pro Stocks Wednesday October 29th: 6pm – Pure Stock 7:30pm – Sport Trucks Thursday October 30th: 6pm – SYRA 7:30pm – Sport... read more

RAMSTROM VISITS: COMES AWAY WITH $5,000 IN PRO STOCK 100-LAPPER

RAMSTROM VISITS: COMES AWAY WITH $5,000 IN PRO STOCK 100-LAPPER Hot off the biggest win of his career in the Pro All Star Series 300 at Beech Ridge Speedway in Scarborogh Maine, Derek Ramstrom arrived to try the D. Anthony Venditti Memorial 100 and came away with another big win and the $5K check to prove it. Ramstrom has spent time on the Seekonk bullring and was able to convert it to a big win, despiteBeing knocked out of the lead in a spin with Tom Scully, Jr. on Lap 20. Ramstrom worked his way back to fourth to find Scully in fourth and 30 laps remaining. Ahead of Scully was 2014 champ Kenny Spencer and leading was multichampion Dave Darling, who excels at winning extra-lap features. Ramstrom steeled himself, navigated past Scully, then set out after Spencer. Spencer had been hunting down Darling. He was rebuffed in a lap 82 restart and Ramstrom came forward to take him on. He dropped below Spencer on lap 86 and then went to second just before Kevin Folan got into turn four dirt and Bob Hussey spun on the loose sand kicked into the turn. Darling and Ramstrom set upw tiht Spencer and Dick Houlihan at their backs. Darling pulled away fast and Ramstrom used Darling’s technique of dropping under for the pass but was unable to convert. The field strung out with Ramstrom a half car back. Ramstrom looked under again and Darling got loose in the turn. Derek leapt in and they went door-to-door on lap 95. A lap later, he had his nose past Darling and he continued... read more

CABRAL NABS DAV PRO-FOUR FEATURE

Randy Cabral outran a surging Norm Wrenn III, but the .195-second margin was good enough to give him the win in Pro Four Modified competition. Cabral worked his way to the front by lap seven of the 25-lapper, while Wrenn flirted with fourth, third and then second on lap 19. Norm and Andy Major had fought it out for position, giving Cabral pause to pull away to a five-car lead. Randy Clark, Jr.’s spin on lap 18 pulled the field back together with Major outside Cabral and Norm on his bumper. Cabral went to the front and Major battled Wrenn for second. Norm tookthe position as the field strung out. He was all over Cabral’s bumper all the way to the checkers, but Cabral held on for the win. Major grabbed third, followed by Phil Lausier and Derek Robbie. Clark and Wren shared the front for the start and Clark came out of the box fast. Lausier went to second followed by Robbie and Robin Berghman. Berghman’s front wheel took a hit in the scramble for position and she was spun to the infield. The field circled twice before the caution, putting her two laps down. The lap four restart saw Lausier and Major on the front row and Major took the lead at the stripe and led into lap six when Clark went into the grass on the back stretch. It took two tries to get them going again, but Cabral came out of the box to take the lead in turn one, followed by Wrenn and Major. The field stretched out single file behind Cabral: Major, Wrenn,... read more

HANAFIN ADDS DAV WIN TO TRIPLE CROWN FOR THE 2014 STREET STOCK SEASON

  Hanfin took off from the pole and Blais walked in from the second row under outside polesitter and current Streets champion Ray Lovelace. Hanafin went out to a three-car lead over Blais, who had acquired former Streets champ Al Clements IV on his bumper. Hanfin was seven lengths up on Blais by lap four, but Blais was starting to edge closer. Clements, Serydynski and Lovelace were bumper-to-bumper behind him. The field was strung out by lap eight. Serydynski crossed under to rush past Clements into third. Clements then was eased back to fifth by Lovelace. Hanafin’s lead over Blais was down to four cars by lap 14 but progress was slow. Almost as if it was a wish fulfilled, caution came out on lap 15 to bring Blais to the outside pole as Dan Solomon erupted in smoke halfway down the backstretch and went to the pits. A long caution saw safety crews apply speedy dry to the entire distance and bring out the sweeper to clear the track for racing. Jay Steele was pushed to the pits. Hanfin nosed out on the green and then took off. Serydynski had lined up low on the second row and got under Hanafin hwere they went wheel-to-wheel, battling. They brawled lap after lap, hacksawing the lead until lap 27 when Scott was able to grind out a half-car lead over Hanafin. They remained alongside through lap 28 with Blais locked onto Hanafin’s bumper, looking for an opportunity. On the white flag lap, Serydynsi pulled out and Blais moved below Hanafin for a try at second. They went door-to-door for the... read more

MURPHY ADDS DAV TO CHAMPIONSHIP AND TRIPLE CROWN

Bob Rainville jumped off the pole to take the lead of the Trucks feature but four laps later, Rob Murphy was at the front and in control, as he has been all season long. On lap two, he encountered John Robidoux, just up from Friday’s second place finish in Pure Stocks and taking the ride in Chris Lima’s truck. On the scond lap, it was three wide as Murphy rushed around Timothy Johnson and Robidoux, easing him back to third. One lap later, he was in front even though Rainville had nosed into him, gotten himsideways and then watched Murphy take the lead! Murph settled in with Robidoux, Chase Belcher, Rainville and Darrel Church plugging along behind. John Paiva was working his way up from the back of the pack, and passed Lenny Guy into tenth on lap seven. On the next circuit, Murphy had a six-car lead. Robidoxu followed with Belcher on his tailgate. Church worked under Rainville to Belcher’s bumper as David Lougee looked outside Church then crossed under without any luck. Paiva was doing the same behind him. Lap 12 saw Murphy with a half-straight lead and Robidoux, Belcher and Church following, bumper-to-bumper. Paiva then brawled his way past Rainville into fifth. Guy brought out a lap 16 caution with a spin off turn two. Murphy was away again and there was contact with Belcher as Robidoux dropped in behind. Belcher used the opportunity to get in underneath and they dueled for second. Robidoux dropped behind Belcher in front of Paiva. Paiva banged bumpers and loosened Robidoux but couldn’t get by. He was all over the... read more

Ray Parent wins Late Model Fall Classic

You know Ray Parent likes his home-town track after this season’s DAV Memorial race. Parent, who got started in the 1990’s in Seekonk’s Formula Four division, came back twice this season and came away both times with a win. Parent seized an off-time in his current ACT Tour competition for a midsummer Late Model win at the Cement Palace, then came back for the season’s ender. He started outside the second row and finished the 50-lapper in the lead. In between he engaged in some serious dueling with Jeramee Lillie and Ryan Vanasse. Lillie, who ran best lap speed on the event, chased Parent hard all the way to the checkers in a race that went caution-free from lap 14 to the lap 50 finale. Parent started in the second row, behind Lillie and outside Charlie Rose. Polesitter Larry Gelinas made a bid for the front, but Lillie heated it up as Parent and Rose went door-to-door. Ryan Vanasse, making another start in the TJ Moreshead 0 car went by Parent as Rose got under Gelinas and into second as the latter faded to sixth. Vanasse latched on in third with Parent in pursuit, until Denny Stampfl spun on the backstretch. Vinny Arrenegado joined him at the rear on the assist. Lillie escaped Rose on the restart and Vanasse rushed in underneath. The duo dueled over second on Lillie’s bumper, pursued by Parent and Bobby Pelland III, who was himself dealing with Nick Lascuola and Gelinas battling just behind him. Vanasse edged ahead and Rose wanted to drop in on his tail, but Parent was having none of it,... read more

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