PASS All Star’s and Seekonk Pro Stock Drivers Will Clash on Wednesday, July 28

Some of Seekonk Speedway’s best NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series competitors will be switching their cars to a new set of rules to compete in the inaugural Bay State Classic on Wednesday, July 28. Seekonk’s weekly competitors normally run without bump stops in their front shocks, per the Seekonk rules. However, for the invading Pro All Star Series $10,000 to win special, bump stops are allowed, and all drivers will be switching over to be as competitive as possible in their efforts to defend the home turf.

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Speed51.Tv Modified Madness Rescheduled For August 25 At Seekonk Speedway

SEEKONK, Mass. — Seekonk Speedway and Tri Track Open Modified Series officials announced on Wednesday night a postponement, and rescheduled date of Wednesday, August 25, for Speed51.TV Modified Madness. Due to an electrical outage due to a power line down in the Seekonk area — and severe lightning in the area — officials had no choice but to move the race in the best interest of safety for all involved.

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Justin Bonsignore Looks To Get To Tri Track Victory Lane With $10,000 Check At Seekonk Speedway

HOLTSVILLE, N.Y. — Justin Bonsignore will look to park in Tri Track Open Modified Series Victory Lane for the first time in his career on Wednesday, June 30, when the series returns to Massachusetts and Seekonk Speedway’s third-mile oval. Driving the No. 00 Modified for Jimmy Paige Racing, Bonsignore will compete in the Speed51 Modified Madness, a 100-lap race worth $10,000 to the winner as part of the annual Open Wheel Wednesday.

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Mckennedy, Trainor & Scally Win In Special Wednesday Night Open-Wheel Show At Seekonk Speedway

SEEKONK, Mass. — While the sun went down, the action heated up on Wednesday night at Seekonk Speedway for a mid-week, open-wheel special. The ISMA Supermodifieds returned to the third-mile for the first time in a decade, and Jon McKennedy rolled to a dominating victory, while the NEMA Midgets and NEMA Lites also hit the track. Jake Trainor won the 50-lap Lite special and Paul Scally etched his name in the record books as a NEMA winner in their 29-lap Boston Louie Seymour Memorial feature.

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Darling Comes Back From Spin To Roll Outside To Seekonk Victory Lane

SEEKONK, Mass. — The final results in the Pro Stock feature race on Saturday night may have had a very familiar look, but the 40-lap feature was anything but normal, with Dave Darling needing just 13 laps to go from the back of the line to victory lane, claiming his third victory in four races to cap an exciting night at Seekonk Speedway.

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DeGasparre Takes Over Challenge Cup Point Lead

Waterbury, VT — A man who has already won numerous Late Model track championships is now the early leader in the race for a regional title. East Providence, RI’s Gerry DeGasparre Jr. has moved to the top of the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) New England Late Model Challenge Cup standings following the most recent weekend of weekly racing action.

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Barry Shaw Gets Back-to-Back Wins in Seekonk Speedway’s Sport Trucks Division

SEEKONK, Mass. — It took six caution flags and 10 extra laps, but the second race of the season saw a familiar finish, as Barry Shaw Jr. once again took the checkered flag for back-to-back victories in the Chaz Auto Body Sport Trucks.

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