Abington, Mass. – It took Nick Lascuola a few races to find victory lane at Seekonk (Mass.) Speedway this season with his INEX Legends car but once he finally did, he’s made a habit of returning.
The driver of the bright yellow and black No. 39 scored his third win in four weeks at his home track on Friday night after losing a 3/4 of a track lead on Wednesday in the track’s Open Wheel Wednesday show when his rear end blew just four laps from the finish.
“After Wednesday’s disappointment this is a huge win for our whole team,” Nick smiled in victory lane. “The car ran strong the whole night tonight. We weren’t sure how we would do because we had to replace so much from Wednesday night, but we were fortunate enough to hit it just right and win both our heat and feature. The bonus is that it’s double points tonight as part of the triple crown series. This is awesome! I can’t thank my family, my sponsors and all my supporters and fans. It’s good to finally feel like we have some serious momentum on our side.”
The win leaves Nick with a lead of 59 points in the battle for the track championship. “We would really like to win a championship at Seekonk,” Nick said. “That’s our goal. We just have to prepare the best every week and be smart on the track and I think we can do it!”
Nick will be in action again this Friday night at Seekonk Speedway. For more information you can visit Seekonk’s website at www.SeekonkSpeedway.com.
Fans can follow Nick on his website (NickLascuola.com) his Facebook page (Fans of Nick Lascuola) and his Twitter Page (@NickLascuola39). You can also download his driver app at either the I-Tunes Store or Google Play Store.
About Nick Lascuola
16-year-old Nick Lascuola is going into his third year of racing INEX Legends cars. He finished 9th in INEX National Points in 2012, winning the Massachusetts state championship for the second time in the process.
His marketing partners include Nick’s Pit Stop, The Brake Man, Powder-Pro.net, Barrett’s Haunted Mansion, Champion Spark Plugs, Impact Fighter, The Joie Of Seating, MB Cleaning, Beagle Printing, Abington Athletic Club and Crow Collision.
PHOTO CREDIT: Bobby Hayden