New venue signed for season finale at ECS Conx2share Series,
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2018 Champions to be crowned at Bousquet Mountain
CLARKSBURG, Mass. (March 6, 2018) – Officials at East Coast Snocross (ECS) have announced a new venue for their 2018 season finale, and that venue is the perfect place to host such an important event.
On Saturday and Sunday, April 7-8, the series will make its debut at the beautiful Bousquet Mountain Ski Area, located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Situated in the heart of the famed Berkshires, Bousquet Mountain offers the room, accommodations and fan amenities needed to do it up right.
photo by Rich Hayes
By: Dick Casey
Eddie MacDonald piloted the EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Late Model Chevy to a third place finish in the DAV Fall Classic at Seekonk Speedway on Saturday, then raced to a determined seventh place run in the EXIT Realty/Grimm Construction Pro Stock Chevy in the final feature of the night. The team then headed to Eddie Mac’s family track, Lee USA Speedway for Sunday’s Pro Stock feature in the annual Oktoberfest to close out the racing season at the Lee, N.H. facility.
With the team unable to participate in the Friday practice session at Seekonk due to scheduling conflicts, the crew arrived Saturday morning prepping both the late model and the pro stock for the morning practice. Eddie Mac started third in the first of three pro stock 12 lap heats to score a third place finish placing him in the seventh slot in the feature. Eddie Mac drew the fourth slot in the third late model 12 lap heat then spent the rest of the time stuck on the outside with the preferred lane on the bottom to finish fifth. The Freddie Peterson owned Chevy would start 13th in the 50 lap feature.
Photo by Leif Tillotson
By: Dick Casey
Eddie MacDonald returned to Seekonk Speedway on Wednesday, July 19 after a one week rain delay to score a fourth place finish in the $10,000 to win U.S. Pro Stock/SLM National Championship. The Rowley, Mass. driver had the taste of a win only to be denied when the right front tire began to lose pressure with 25 laps to go in the 200 lap feature.
“We were so close to winning the race and I could really feel we had a great chance,” said the frustrated driver after the race. “We battled for the top spot in the first half of the race and through the second 100 laps. The car was really fast and it handled great. It was exciting and knew we had a shot at the win but with about 25 laps the handling started to go away. I thought I had a flat and it got worse as the laps ran down and I was really loose. I was running second but there was no way I could get to the front. I almost got spun out from behind with 20 to go and all I could do was to just hang on and hope the tire stayed up until the checkers.”
SEEKONK, MA – It’s come down to who can beat Scott Payea on the American Canadian Tour and Saturday at Seekonk Speedway – for a record-breaking fourth consecutive race – the answer was nobody.
Payea started ninth in the Harrison Redi-Mix/RPM Motorsports No. 37. He led for the first time on lap 27 when he went around Seekonk regular Ryan Lineham who had been dicing hard with Jimmy Hebert.
SEEKONK, Mass. – Seekonk Speedway regular David Darling captured his first career Granite State Pro Stock Series win on Saturday night. At his home track of Seekonk, Darling dominated the inaugural 100 lap main event on the third-mile oval and wheeled the Bristol Toyota No. 52 into Victory Lane. The victory was his third of the season at Seekonk overall — he had won two of the weekly shows before invading on the GSPSS Saturday night.
“It’s huge,” Darling said. “I have to thank Mike Parks and the whole Granite State crew, they have a neat series here. It’s pretty cool to be able to travel around and still save some money. Thanks to Seekonk Speedway and all the fans for coming out.”
Bear Ridge Speedway ready to attend shows in Springfield Ma & Hanover NH
Bear Ridge Speedway
Bear Ridge Speedway celebrating their 50th consecutive season of racing all under the same management is getting ready to offer their first glimpse of some of the machines to compete in 2017 at upcoming shows.
The first glimpse and meet and greet will be at our booth at the Frank Maratta Auto & Race-A-Rama Show March 10th-12th at the Big E in West Springfield Ma with a suite of racecars that will be competing in 2017 at the Ridge. Then for those of you to the north you can catch the famed #6 at the Hanover Home Life Expo in Hanover NH March 17th-19th where kids of all ages can get their picture taken in the race car. After that we will have a short break to be able to begin getting the track ready for opening night May 6th.