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Seekonk Speedway, Seekonk

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Track Fast Facts:

Opening Day: May 30, 1946

Distance: 1/3 mile

Shape: Oval

Banking: 7 feet

Straight away lengths: 420 feet

D. Anthony Venditti, "The Godfather of New England Auto Racing," began construction of Seekonk Speedway in 1945. On May 30, 1946, the gates were opened for the first time. D. Anthony owned, operated, and promoted the Speedway until his death in 1991. His wife Irene, son Francis, and grandson David continue the tradition of operating the speedway. Seekonk Speedway has been family owned, operated, and promoted for 64 consecutive years.
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  • Wife and I were visiting college kids. Needed a place to go by ourselves. Unfamiliar with the area, we happened across this place on a junior race night. Free parking, great prices, decent food, fun c...  more »
  • Visited speedway from Cape Cod, easy drive there. Was our first visit, Whelen Modified Tour was there, packed house, racing was fast and action packed. Have been to many tracks in New England and this...  more »
  • fun family day, low key not that exspensive for a family to go and have fun by all. casual dress bring hat and sunglasses and sunscreen withyou. and have lots of fun cheering on your crazy and fun car...  more »
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