SEEKONK, Mass. — This Saturday, September 18, is Ocean State Oil night at Seekonk Speedway. As one of the busiest Saturday programs of the entire season, representatives from Ocean State Oil will join Seekonk Speedway on Pro Stock championship night for a special event. Dave Darling will seal his record eighth championship by taking the green flag in the 40-lap feature, a historic moment in track history.
The Everett’s Auto Parts Late Models are set for 50 laps, their first extra-distance event since June, while the Chaz Auto Body Sport Trucks, Helger’s South Coast Power Equipment Sportsman, Senior Tour Auto Racers and Spectator Drags are also set for action.
Ocean State Oil couldn’t have picked a better night to be part of racing at the third-mile. As a returning sponsor for championship night for multiple years, Ocean State Oil’s home base is located in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Their mission and core values are simple: they strive to ensure that their customers have loyalty to them as they continuously expand and improve their products and services in a constantly changing industry. They have enhanced customer loyalty and satisfaction and desire to continuously develop their product lines. They know you want the best, and that’s what they can offer you, all the time. They want to not only meet, but exceed, the expectations of the customers.
Started as Warwick Hydraulics in 1973, Ocean State Oil has consistently grown. They offer lubricants and equipment, commercial fuels, diesel exhaust fluid, chemicals, supplies, and more. They have a fleet of 14 trucks, and they have their own line of products, along with stock products from some of the world’s leading manufacturers.
On top of sponsoring championship night, the group also has sponsorship on the No. 11 Pro Stock, driven by former Late Model champion Ryan Vanasse and his son, Ryan Vanasse Jr., one of the rising stars at Seekonk Speedway. They enjoy being part of the Seekonk Speedway family.
“Ocean State Oil is a dedicated supporter of the track and we appreciate everything they do for us each year,” Ed St. Germain, Director of Business Development at Seekonk Speedway, said. “We are really looking forward to this jam-packed night at the track that is certainly going to go down in the record books as one of the most historic nights in history.”
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