By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
SEEKONK, Mass. — Nearly 30 Nick’s Pit Stop Legends Cars showed up to Seekonk Speedway on Friday night, and because of Mother Nature, none of them had practice, and all of them started the 25-lap Phil’s Propane Triple Crown Series feature. When the race hit the checkered flag, it was a familiar face holding the big trophy.
Luke LeBrun scored his fourth victory in the first five weeks, wheeling the B&M Maintenance machine to the lead before the halfway point, and never looking back. The Nick Lascuola Racing driver has been impressive to start the year, and had to hold off his teammate, Josh Parsons, to take down another win. Parsons, who struggled early in the season, scored a solid second, while Jacob “Rowdy” Burns ran inside the top-five for the entire race, and finished third.
Devin Deshaies was fourth, continuing a string of success for the former Seekonk Bandolero champion, while former Sportsman champion Corey Fanning wrapped the top-five. Jake Johnson was sixth, followed by Mason Tessier, Zack Martinez and Reese Bogue.
After a consistent start to the year, Brendon Hammann left the race early with a mechanical issue, while Regan Parent, who started on pole, spun and had to pit multiple times.
The Nick’s Pit Stop Legends Cars division will return to the track on Friday, July 30, at 7 p.m. for another 25-lap points feature event.
Seekonk Speedway will host a non-points, INEX Legends Cars feature as part of the inaugural Bay State Classic on Wednesday, July 28. The race will be 30 laps and pay $1,000 to win with a total purse of $3,000. For more information on Seekonk Speedway, visit and follow the track on social media.