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Tri-Track Series Set 2017 Schedule

Story By: DALE HOLBROOK/ TRI-TRACK SERIES MEDIA

Photo By: DICK AYERS / RACERSGUIDE.COM

tts-wnl-ari-matt-hirschman-wins-tri-track-modified-race-at-waterford-new-london-51727Seekonk, Mass.- December 14, 2016-  The Northeast Race Cars Tri-Track Open Modified Series announced its schedule for the upcoming season.

The now traditional four-race schedule is a combination of midweek and weekend shows that kicks-off at Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, Mass., followed by a stop at Star Speedway in Epping, N.H., and culminates with a pair of races at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl in Connecticut.

“The schedule was a strong one to begin with,” said Wayne Darling, managing partner. “The goal simply was to continue doing what works. The partnerships that we enjoy with these three race track is, in large part, why this format has been successful in the past.”

The TTOMS season will commence on June 28 at Seekonk Speedway with the running of Open Wheel Wednesday. This popular event has attracted the biggest names in racing including the newly crowned NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Doug Coby, who was last year’s winner of the event. It was his third Open Wheel Wednesday victory.

“Seekonk Speedway is excited to have the Tri-Track series back again for the 14th annual Open Wheel Wednesday featuring the $10,000 to win main modified event,” said Ed St. Germain, director of business development for Seekonk Speedway. “We look forward to working with the organizers and helping the series grow in years to come.”

tts-wnl-ari-60-matt-hirschman-takes-lead-from-4-jeff-gallup-51721The second race on the schedule is the SBM VI at Star Speedway on Saturday, July 29. This two-groove bullring has been the site of many great Modified battles. With championship drivers like Jon McKennedy calling Star Speedway home, the competition is always fierce.

“Since its inception the SBM event has been an important race to us here at Star Speedway,” said owner and promoter Bobby Webber, Jr. “We are happy that we were able to keep it going strong through the affiliation with the Tri-Track Open Modified Series over the last few years. My family and I are proud to work with a group that, like us, believes in the grassroots of racing.”

The series finishes up with two events at the New London Waterford Speedbowl including Wednesday Aug. 23 and Sunday, Oct. 22 as part of the Bemer’s Big Show. Another ultra-competitive quarter-mile speedway, the events at the New London Waterford Speedbowl draw the best-of-the best in Modified competition.

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