Seekonk, MA — Kenny Spencer of Taunton jumped out front on the opening lap of the 40 lap Pro Stock feature and never looked back as he picked up his first win in over 18 months at Seekonk Speedway. With Spencer out front, the field behind was jockeying for position. Kyle Casper of Somerset sat in the runner up position, following the Janine’s Machine around the 1/3 mile oval, trying to hold off the challenges of Tom Scully Jr.
Ryan Vanasse was working the outside lane, and moved into the third spot on a lap eight caution, and started to challenge Casper for second, but started to slide back on the outside, but settled in and followed the lead duo until Dick Houlihan slid underneath and took over the third position. On the final restart, Houlihan moved underneath Casper and moved into second.
Over the final fifteen laps, Dave Darling working his way toward the front of the field, and pressured Houlihan for second. The top three waged a hot and heavy battle for position, but in the end, there was no stopping the former LM champ on his quest for victory. Houlihan settled for a season best second, with Darling, Kyle Casper and Kevin Casper, coming back from a mid race spin for a fifth place finish.
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