Strong Field Ready For Action In Lucrative Tri-Track Open Mod Event Wednesday At Seekonk

(Press Release from Tri-Track Open Modified Series)

Defending race winner Doug Coby of Milford, CT, leads a contingent of over 45 drivers that will vie for the $10,000 winner’s share during Seekonk Speedway’s Open Wheel Wednesday for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS). In the event’s 13 previous outings there have been nine different winners.

Will it be another repeat winner? Or will a first-timer drive away with the big check?

Of those previous winners, six will be on hand on Wednesday night including Matt Hirschman, Chris Pasteryak, Todd Annarummo, Tommy Barrett, Richard Savary and, of course, Coby.

There will be some pretty stiff competition from drivers seeking their first Open Wheel Wednesday victories. Anthony Nocella has been red-hot this season and looks to pocket the $10K. Hot shoes like Ryan Preece, Ted Christopher, Rowan Pennink, former TTOMS champion Jon McKennedy, Bobby Santos III, Justin Bonsignore, Woody Pitkat and Eric Goodale have to be among the favorites as well.

Driving the most-decorated car in Open Wheel Wednesday competition, Les Hinckley, aboard the Wayne Darling–owned #52 cannot be ruled out for a possible victory. A host of ‘outsiders’ like multi-time PA champion Earl Paules or newcomer Blake Barney of NJ certainly have the potential to steal a victory.

There are some potential dark horses on the entry list like former Seekonk Speedway Modified winner Steve Masse and 2017 MRS winner Mike Douglas, Jr. Plenty of drivers are capable of taking down the victory at the “Cement Palace”

The event promises plenty of excitement with $10,000 on the line and a roster that features some of the best Modified racers in the country in 100-laps of green flag racing.

Pit gates open at 10am tomorrow Wednesday, June 28. Grandstands open at 4pm with racing scheduled to go green at 6:30pm. Entry to Seekonk Speedway’s pit area is $35. Grandstand admission is only $25. A rain date has been set for Thursday, June 29


  1. Crazy in NY says

    Impressive list to be sure. The BIG tour has nothing on the TTOM series
    As of yesterday via the Long Island Mod Maniac:

    00 – Teddy Christopher
    1 – Rob Summers
    2 – Doug Coby
    5 – Calvin Carroll
    6 – Ryan Preece
    7 MA – Kurt Vigeant
    8 – Earl Paules
    9 – Tommy Barrett
    12 – Todd Annarummo
    13 – Steve Masse
    13 – Jeff Rocco
    14 – Blake Barney
    15 – Chris Pasteryak
    15 – Karey Stular
    15 – Trevor Bleau
    16 – Eric Berndt
    17 – Roger Coss
    21 – Kyle James
    22 – Chuck Hossfeld
    23 – Mike Douglas Jr.
    25 – Rowan Pennink
    27 – Andy Jankowiak
    28 – Dwight Jarvis
    29 – Jon McKennedy
    35 – Andrew Molleur
    44 – Bobby Santos
    44 – David Salzarulo
    48 – Jon Kievman
    50 – Ron Silk
    50 – Carl Medeiros Jr
    51 – Justin Bonsignore
    52 – Woody Pitkat
    52 – Les Hinckley
    57 – Keith Rocco
    58 – Eric Goodale
    60 – Matt Hirschman
    69 – Carlos Gray
    71 – Jimmy Zacharias
    76- Dennis Perry
    92 – Anthony Nocella
    95 – John Markovic
    99 – Richard Savary
    Don’t cheat yourself if your a Modified fan…just get there!!

  2. Couldn’t agree more–hoping for a great race. First visit to the “cement palace”.

  3. This race if for 6000 dollars
    They ate having it at seeking
    That’s 30 minutes from Stafford
    I like the legends driver to win
    I just ate some toast too
    Hey my avccou t says 60 million
    I’m rich as u know
    Is Waterford in by
    Hey Stafford is a horse track again

  4. This is the “finest hour” for the modified guys.Their efforts have led to the biggest modern day modified race anywhere.The work of Dick,Jim and dedicated friends is paying off very well indeed!May the best man win!

  5. Bob Npt. says

    Modified racing the way it should. Who needs the WMT? This will be exciting start to finish.

  6. I agree that tonight is modified racing’s finest hour. But you ask, who needs the tour? It’s the volume of tour guys that makes this what it is. Go to Loudon or Monadnock on Saturday to watch a bunch of no names.

  7. Bob Npt. says

    So we should throw all the no names out and let the 6 or 7 tour guys settle it between them. Right?

  8. Anyone have an idea what time green flag is? Going to rush home from work but don’t want to rush there for the NEMA races. I’m only interested in the mods. Trying to plan accordingly so I don’t miss this class event

  9. Last year, green flag was 10:35pm. Hopefully by 9:30pm tonight. Fingers crossed. You will be fine if you are there by 8:30.

    You don’t need to throw out the no names but like tonight, have a full field of winners and champions that every fan wants to see race. I pay to see the best of the best. Plain and simple. Enjoy the show tonight.

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