After A Month Off, Sam Rameau Refreshed And Ready To Chase Big Tri-Track Payday At Seekonk Speedway

(Press release from Rameau Family Motorsports)

Sam Rameau (Photo: Shawn Courchesne/RaceDayCT)

After over a month off from competition, Sam Rameau and the Rameau Family Motorsports team are ready to chase a $10,000 check as part of a mid-week special on Wednesday, June 30.

Competing in round three of the Tri Track Open Modified Series season, Rameau will drive the No. 06 Modified at Seekonk Speedway in their annual Open Wheel Wednesday event — this year sponsored by Speed51.TV with Modified Madness.

In the first two races of the Tri Track season, Rameau had a victory at Monadnock Speedway on May 1 and a 12th-place effort at Star Speedway on May 22. Rameau enters the Seekonk event just eight points behind leader Ron Silk with a goal of scoring the championship with Tri Track this season.

“We’ve had plenty of time to prepare the cars and get everything ready for this race,” Rameau said. “Hopefully, we can go to Seekonk and come out with the points lead and maintain our goal of winning the championship. The $10,000 check would be great — but I’d rather chase that big trophy and get the championship.” 

In total, Rameau has run five races this season to date, with three finishes inside the top-10.

Practice for Tri Track teams will be one-hour, lasting from 3:45-4:45 p.m., while qualifying heat races will begin at 6:30 p.m., kicking off a full night of racing action. The Tri Track Open Modified Series will run heats, two consi races, and the 100-lap feature that will conclude the night. The 350 SMAC Supermodifieds and the NEMA Lites will also join the show. 

General admission grandstand tickets are $30 for adults, with children 6-12 years old set at $10. Any kids five and under can enter the grandstands for free. For more information on Sam Rameau and Rameau Family Motorsports, visit For more information on the Tri Track Open Modified Series, visit and follow the series on social media.


  1. Sammy who ?Let’s talk about the great 5th place finish Chase Dowling had at the Lebanon Valley Speedway this past Saturday night . In only his 3rd feature start in a Big block Modified Dirtcar on the High banked , Very fast half mile speedway . Great job Chase ! Shawn please keep us informed , For he is from Roxbury CT.

  2. The point being that this is a Connecticut based web site, Dowling is from Connecticut so he should be covered where ever he drives.
    I was thinking of all the drivers from Connecticut that drive in other series like NEMA, GSPSS, ACT, PASS, Legends whose focus is out of state racing events and the staff it would take to cover all of them.
    The worst thing you can do in business is to try to do too much and end up doing it badly.
    This is RaceDayCt with a focus on Connecticut tracks, the divisions that appear at Connecticut tracks, the drivers that appear at Connectiicut tracks and all of it asphalt racing based. Everything outside of that bonus overage.
    You can get all the information from other sources if you care about any particular driver or series that is not in the wheelhouse of the outlet you are reading at the time.
    Just be a good fan and do your job instead of expecting someone else providing it to you for free with no effort on your part.

  3. Hey Doug , I put my effort in and drove the 87 mile’s up to the valley of speed .to watch that race .Could have kept my eye on some of the track regulars . But I followed chase Dowling knowing that i had seen him race at several asphalt tracks in new England Being out of his element and finishing 5th and 12th on double feature night i thought was pretty impressive .Buy the way Ronnie Silk had a 4th place finish at Evergreen speedway PA. a couple of weeks ago if any one cares . ( DON’T LIKE PHONY RACE FANS ) let me get back to reading this article on the nascar weekend preview of road america .Doug is that a road course somewhere in Ohio ?

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