Just under five months before the drop of the first green flag, the 2018 Seekonk Sports Trucks season is already setting up to be a tight battle for the championship. In 2017, Mike Duarte stormed onto the scene at the 0.333-mile oval, winning just one feature, but capturing his first track championship behind the wheel of the No. 50. The Dighton, Mass. driver scored top five finishes in all but five races, which was the best among all drivers. He celebrated his title in November at the Venus De Milo.
Officials have announced the 2018 schedule for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS). Featuring some traditional race events, the 2018 event will also feature a series first. The four race schedule will commence on Memorial Day weekend and conclude with the fun and festive “Haunted Hundred” with plenty of action over the summer months.
Seekonk Speedway is ready to roll for its 73rd season and they are excited to be able to showcase their NASCAR Saturday Night divisions with increased laps and higher purses for much of the season. In 2018, the NASCAR Saturday Nights start on their traditional first weekend in May kicking off the season on May 6 with the Annual Classic Car Show on May 5. The season will run through September 22 with a few scheduled weekends off.
Officials of the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) have announced a bounty on Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA, in the upcoming Haunted Hundred at Seekonk Speedway on Saturday, October 28.
Just two months ago, many were counting Doug Coby out of the championship chase on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
Saturday night’s 40 lap Pro Stock race at Seekonk Speedway was one that fans will remember for a long time. At the start of the race, Ryan Vanasse and David Darling lined up eighth and ninth.
Seekonk Speedway is excited to announce the addition of a new Tri Track Open Modified Series race to be held on October 28th, 2017.
One year ago, Derek Griffith came a mere few inches away from winning the inaugural Super Late Model Nationals at Seekonk Speedway. When contact between Griffith and Dalton Sargeant got both of them sideways, Griffith went spinning across the line and Tom Scully Jr. passed him en route to the win.
Seekonk Speedway regular David Darling captured his first career Granite State Pro Stock Series win on Saturday night.
SEEKONK, Mass. — With car counts expected to increase this season, Seekonk Speedway has changed the format for the 2017 edition of the Fast Friday series. At the top of the list of changes is the elimination of heat racing action, which will be something new for both drivers and fans. Instead of heat racing, the track will add a third …
Coming into the 2017 Pro Stock season, Tom Scully Jr. is at the top of the list when it comes to championship favorites. Last year, Scully finally was able to capture his first title in a consistent season while he captured some victories along the way.
On the ovals, pro stocks were invented by a local promoter as a response to the high costs of racing a modified at his track. At least, that’s what they’ll tell you in New England.