Seekonk, MA — Seekonk Speedway has added the Allison Legacy Tour to two Fast Friday Race nights. Join us on July 8th and August 12th for extra added excitement at the best entertainment value in New england every Friday Night. Adults on $5 and kids are FREE !
Today, the Allison family heritage is being carried on by brothers, Kenny, Ronald, and Donald, sons of the legendary Donnie Allison. The Allison brothers are experienced racers, who are best known presently in the sport, as premium race car builders. Though the brothers have built everything from Winston Cup to All Pro race cars, their most visible work in recent years has been seen through the tremendous growth of the Legends car series. At the beginning of 1996, following three years of research and development, the brothers introduced a car and series with a different set of criteria from the Legends. The new Allison Legacy Race Car is the new car, built by a family of pure racers. With their introduction of the Allison Legacy Race Car, the brothers are carrying on the Allison family heritage in auto racing.
In addition to the Allison brothers, Justin Allison has started his racing career and is a third generation Allison driver. Pam Allison Stricklin, sister of Kenny, Ronald, and Donald, remains actively involved in the sport and is married to former NASCAR Cup driver Hut Stricklin. Stevie Allison, cousin to the Allison brothers, has made his mark in auto racing by competing in the Slim Jim All Pro Series. In 2009 Taylor Stricklin began his racing career in the Street Stock Division at Hickory Motor Speedway. Donnie Allison remains actively involved in racing as a motorsports consultant. Donnie’s wife Pat, a past Director of the Winston/Sprint Cup Racing Wives Auxiliary serves as Administrator for CompCar of NC, Inc., the sanctioning body of the Allison Legacy Race Series. Bobby Allison, a noted ambassador in auto racing, continues his involvement with NASCAR and the Cup Series.