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Rain wins at Seekonk, delays Tri-Track Wednesday after 22 laps

Seekonk Speedway

The Tri-Track Open Modified Series event on Wednesday night at Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts was postponed due to rain after just 22 laps.

The rain-shortened Open Wheel Wednesday $10,000 to win 100-lap Tri Track Open Modified Series event will be concluded on Tuesday night, July 3. All front gate tickets and pit passes that were purchased for the June 27thevent will be honored for admittance on Tuesday.

Both Seekonk and Tri-Track officials have put up an extra $200 for each team that returns to the track next. A total of 27 cars started the feature and there are some that already said they won’t be back.

The new schedule will call for the pits to open at 4:30 p.m., front gates at 5 p.m., and the final 78 laps of the race will begin promptly at 7 p.m.

The feature will begin right where it left off, on lap 22, with Richard Savary at the top of the field. Defending Matt Hirschman is second, followed by Keith Rocco, Ron Silk and Rowan Pennick. Twenty-seven of the top modified drivers on the East Coast took the green flag.

Those who ordered the Speed51.com pay-per-view will be able to watch the race once it resumes. The running order at the time of the race-delaying caution can be viewed below.

  1. Richard Savary
  2. Matt Hirschman
  3. Keith Rocco
  4. Ron Silk
  5. Rowan Pennink
  6. Woody Pitkat
  7. Tommy Barrett
  8. Ryan Preece
  9. Derek Ramstrom
  10. Sam Rameau
  11. Matt Galko
  12. Todd Annarummo
  13. Colbey Fournier
  14. Mike Willis Jr.
  15. Dana DiMatteo
  16. Ricky Collins
  17. Dan Meservey Jr.
  18. Carl Medeiros Jr.
  19. Jon Kievman
  20. Ron Frees
  21. Jon McKennedy
  22. Rob Murphy
  23. Steve Masse
  24. Russ Hersey
  25. Anthony Nocella
  26. Les Hinckley
  27. Mike Holdridge

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Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He is also the associate motorsports editor of Autoweek Magazine and its website, which allows him to cover the highest levels of the sport.

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