Hot on the heels of a Chili Bowl Nationals A main feature event win as a co-owner, Tim Bertrand/Bertrand Motorsports has announced that one of the most recognized names in American motorsports, Sammy Swindell, will return to the Northeastern Midget Association on Saturday, July 15th at Seekonk’s Boston Louie Seymour Memorial. Swindell is a three-time World of Outlaws Champion & Five-time Chili Bowl champion.
Hello to my NEMA family, friends and fans, Congratulations to Mike Horn, Jake Trainor and all the Shane Hammond Memorial Race competitors. A shout out to the hard chargers, Chase Locke and Jim Chambers. I want to begin by saying thank you all who participated in the SHMR. I hope you understand how much it means to me to keep not just Shane Hammond’s name involved with NEMA but his attitude of being a true good sport who offered a helping hand to all. NEMA was like an extended family…
SEEKONK, Mass. — The winged warriors are heading for the Action Track of the East this Wednesday night. Seekonk Speedway will light up the racing world with a mid-week event on Wednesday, August 27, as the annual Boston Louie Seymour Memorial hits the third-mile with both the NEMA Midgets and NEMA Lites. Joining the card in their inaugural season, the Northeast Supermodified Series, presented by PASS, will also be on the track for 75 laps of exciting racing.
This past Saturday, the competition rolled on at Wiscasset Speedway as the track hosted their second NEMA Night of the 2022 season, featuring the NEMA Lites but also including all weekly Group #2 divisions.
Monster Truck Summer Smash and NEMA Super Modifieds Highlight Seekonk Speedway’s Upcoming Events. Check past the jump for graphics of these events and ticket information.
WINCHESTER, N.H. – Open-wheel racing super star Randy Cabral – at 43, an eight-time champion of the lightning fast NEMA series – rocketed to victory twice Saturday at Monadnock Speedway.
A blustery & chilly June evening didn’t deter a large contingent of fans and race teams from packing into Wiscasset Speedway for the track’s annual Ames Ture Value NEMA Night on Saturday evening. The lightning-fast asphalt spring cars highlighted a full Group 1 program at Maine’s fastest track along with Pro Stocks, 4-Cylinder Pros, Super Streets, and Thunder 4 Minis.
In only his second season in the NEMA Lites, Dylan Coutu took down an emotional victory in his family owned #53 besting last year’s champion Jake Trainor in the Seymour 29. In the Jeremy Decourcy Smoke ‘Em 25, Randy Cabral came from the middle of the field and dominated the 25 lap main event on Friday night.
One of the Northeast’s most promising up & coming young talents, Jake Trainor, topped off a dream season, winning the NEMA Lites Championship, and taking down both the NEMA and Lites victories at the New-London Waterford Speedbowl this past Saturday evening. Randy Cabral finished 4th in the NEMA feature, good enough for him to capture his 8th championship, and the 10th overall for Bertrand Motorsports.
The Northeastern Midget Association visited the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park for the annual ACT World Series of Racing this past Saturday and Sunday, as 30 winged NEMA warriors filled the pits for the annual Shane Hammond Memorial. Randy Cabral fended off an early race challenge by John Zych and a late race challenge by teammate Ben Seitz to take down the NEMA victory and come one step closer to his eighth championship, and PJ Stergios dominated the Lites portion of the racing card on Sunday.