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HIRSCHMAN TURNS HAUNTED 100 WIN INTO TTOMS CHAMPIONSHIP AT SEEKONK

SEEKONK, MA – Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA, had been winless in Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) competition in 2018 entering the final race of the season. The defending Haunted 100 race winner and series champion came through when it counted most; defending not only his race win but also his championship. In the companion Pro All Star Series (PASS) […]

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TALENT RUNS DEEP AT TTOMS OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY AT SEEKONK

SEEKONK, MA – Seekonk Speedway has been family owned, operated, and promoted for over 70 consecutive years by the Venditti Family. Maybe more so than any other track in the northeast, Seekonk is also known for their legendary racing families. The likes of the Astles, Berghmans and Bouchards have won races and championships at Massachusetts’ only remaining race track. On […]

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Ed Perry Grabs Checkered in Exciting Seekonk Sportsman; Axon Places Second; Fanning Jumps To Early-Season Point Lead Over Bruneau

By DAVID M. WIERNUSZ Ed Perry drove the wheels off his Dutch Auto Body No. 06 to take the win in Seekonk Speedway’s Sportsman twenty-five lap feature event. Perry, who started on the pole, was under constant pressure from Corey Fanning and Steve Axon. “We tried to hang one or two on the outside; hopefully they would bunch up behind […]

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STARS OF TRI-TRACK SERIES HEAD TO SEEKONK FOR ANNUAL OPEN WHEEL WEDNESDAY ON JUNE 27

SEEKONK, MA – The second race of the 2018 Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) season is set for Wednesday, June 27 at Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, MA. Open Wheel Wednesday is one of the most prominent races on the annual short track racing schedule in New England. The $10,000 to win tour-type modified event for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series […]

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Paul Lallier Takes Checkered In Seekonk Sportsman; Linwood Cowen, Sr. Passes at Age 67; Perry, Lambert Issued Warnings

By DAVID M. WIERNUSZ “As soon as I took the lead, I hit the afterburners and I was outta here!”  Those were the comments of Paul Lallier in victory lane as he compared his No. 70 Stafford Electric / Chaz’s Auto Body Sportsman to a jet engine’s dramatic flame and jolt of thrust. Dick Benoit and defending champion Scott Bruneau […]

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