Norm Wrenn Wins In Wild Valenti Modified Racing Series Finish At Seekonk Speedway

2014 VMRS LogoWhen the dust settled on a wild finish for the Valenti Modified Racing Series Saturday night at Seekonk (Mass.) Speedway, it was Norm Wrenn celebrating an unexpected victory.

Wrenn came out on top of a four car battle for victory in the 100-lap Valenti Modified Racing Series feature Saturday at Seekonk.

It was the first career Valenti Modified Racing Series victory for Wrenn, of Nashua, N.H.

Rowan Pennink of Huntingdon Valley, Pa. was second and Justin Bonsignore of Holtsville, N.Y. third.

According to reports from Vermont Motorsports Magazine, Bonsignore got by Savary to take over the lead off turn two on the penultimate lap, and led at the white flag. On the final lap, Richard Savary made contact with Bonsignore off turn two and Pennink went under both for the lead. Then contact between Bonsignore and Pennink in turn three allowed Wrenn to go under both and take the checkered flag.

Savary ended up fourth.

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  1. It was more like savary tried slamming bonsignore in one didnt work tried agian and succeeded

  2. did more than three cars run at Seekonk ?

  3. Anyone see the video, didn’t look like savory made contact.

  4. Yes 13racing. I saw the video and thought the same thing. I didn’t see any contact.

  5. Being at the race in person, it seemed like Bonsignore’s car got extremely loose in turn 2 after making the pass for the lead. It was almost like a tire started to go down or he hit fluid or something. That allowed people to make moves going down the backstretch which led to all the contact in turn 3 with 21 and 25 cars.

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