Category Archives: Seekonk Speedway

FORTIN GRABS FIRST TRUCKS WIN AT SEEKONK DAV FALL CLASSIC

Joseph Fortin II does it up right.  His big win on the season came at the DAV Memorial.  He spring-boarded a third place to the lead on a lap 28 restart of the 30 lap feature into a major victory two laps later.  He had been chasing leader Ed Perry and Darryl Church with all three running bumper to bumper.  Church drifted up and Fortin nosed under in turn four.  There was contact and Perry spun.  At the same time, Mike Cavallaro, making a climb through the field after spinning earlier, got into Shawn DeMello, who was running his best of the season in fifth place and Demello spun. Continue reading FORTIN GRABS FIRST TRUCKS WIN AT SEEKONK DAV FALL CLASSIC

ARRENEGADO CLAIMS SEEKONK LATE MODEL DAV, LEADING GREEN TO CHECKERS  

Vinny Arrenegado capped his season which already saw two feature wins, with a big victory over Dave Hutchins, Jr. in the 50-lap Late Model race.  Arrenegado, who has shown remarkable ability at restarts used his ability to get away quickly and then worked hard to keep the hovering Hutchins at bay. Continue reading ARRENEGADO CLAIMS SEEKONK LATE MODEL DAV, LEADING GREEN TO CHECKERS  

TYLER LALLIER OUTRUNS PAUL LALLIER FOR SEEKONK STREETS WIN

Showing no parental respect and little more for the 2015 champ who is his parent, Tyler Lallier threw caution to the wind, stepped up and rocketed to a big, 30-lap win  in the prestigious D. Anthony Venditti Memorial.  He started third, one position ahead of his father, Paul Lallier and finished one position ahead of him for the trip to Victory Lane.  Along the way, he had led all but the initial four laps of the feature.  Paul had mixed it up with Adam Dion, edging him out of second on lap 6, yielding it to him on lap 12, then reclaiming it on lap 16.  From there, the elder Lallier motored after his son heading for the checkers.  Dion continued his pursuit, good for third place, followed by Rob Kohler and AJ Solomon. Continue reading TYLER LALLIER OUTRUNS PAUL LALLIER FOR SEEKONK STREETS WIN