By Souza Media/Kyle Souza

SEEKONK, Mass. — Brent Robidoux used a slick move to take the lead early in the 15-lap Seekonk Grand Prix Bandolero Outlaw feature on September 24, and never looked back.

The rising star picked up his second victory of the season in the finale race, taking down the checkered flag and besting Stephen Bowden in a final run to the finish behind the wheel of his No. 25.

While Robidoux was victorious in the race, Richie Helger Jr. proved to be the big winner — nailing down his first career track championship in the Helger’s South Coast Power Equipment No. 99 machine.

Helger ran inside the top-five for the duration of the race, finishing third, enough to clinch him his crown. On the heels of just two victories, Helger was consistent throughout the year and now will celebrate adding his name to the Seekonk record books.

In the race, Robidoux finished ahead of Bowden, Helger, Jase Mongeon and Adam Harrison. Bradley Strickland was sixth, followed by Andrew Gomes, Cheyenne Cooper, Chase Silvia and Nick Chaber Jr.

The Seekonk Grand Prix Bandolero Outlaw season is now complete. The schedule for the 2022 season will be released over the winter months. For more information on Seekonk Speedway, visit and follow the track on social media.