Tri-Track Mod Series Haunted Hundred Promises More Treats Than Tricks At Seekonk

(Press Release from Tri-Track Open Modified Series)

With perfect Fall weather, a packed house and outstanding racing, last year’s Haunted Hundred for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) event at Seekonk Speedway could not have gotten any better.

But the Tri-Track Open Modified Series has been working hard to see that they do just that on Saturday, October 27 at Seekonk Speedway.

In addition to the hotly contested 100-lap Modified and 50-lap Late Model races, management has joined forces with the Pro-All-Star Series (PASS) to add a 150-lap Super Late Model event to the already stout schedule of short-track racing.

Champions for both the Tri-Track Open Modified Series and the PASS Northern SLM Tour will be crowned on Saturday, October 27 at Seekonk Speedway.

Over the next two months the anticipation for this finale event will only continue to build. While the incredibly tight point race for the 2018 TTOMS championship could be considered the highlight going into the race, so, too, will be the chase to the championship for the PASS Series. Add to that the once- series’ dominator, Matt Hirschman has yet to visit TTOMS victory lane this season and this event will be laden with drama.

The likes of DJ Shaw, Travis Benjamin, Derek Griffith, Ben Rowe and many more will make the trip to the Bay State for the tricks and treats of the Haunted happenings at Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, MA.

Gates open at 11am with racing starting at 1pm on Saturday, October 27. General admission is $27. Children under 12 are admitted free. Pit gates opens at 8am with admission of $37. The rain date is Sunday, October 28.

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  1. Wolfgang Puck says

    Awesome combo platter!

  2. Excellent. A great way to end the season with a good one day event.

  3. Fast Eddie says

    This is going to be an AWESOME event!! Pro Stocks and LM’s run weekly and have some great racing there. Both categories should have a “locals vs. invaders” type of entry list. I’m pretty sure the local Pro stocks can run with the PASS series, and some ACT LM’s may join the LM’s.
    Despite any added car expense for the rules package, I think it’s really cool that their weekly teams have opportunities to run against the “tour teams” at their home track!

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