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Pos. # Driver  Hometown Owner
1 51 Dan CuginI Marshfield, MA Dan Cugini
2 38 Ryan Locke Raymond, NH  Ken Locke
3 12 Jim Chambers Atkinson, NH Jim Chambers
4 27 Kevin Iannarelli Maynard, MA Kevin Iannarelli
5 21 Avery Stoehr Lakeville, MA Mike Scrivani
6 9 Ben Mikitarian Northborough, MA John Mikitarian
7 99 Jim Santa Maria Burlington, CT Jim Santa Maria
8 41 Megan Cugini Marshfield, MA Glenn Cugini
9 7 Jim Cataldo Sterling, MA Jim Cataldo
10 16 Dennis O'Brien Deerfield, NH Chris O'Brien
11 19 Richard Coy Haskell, NJ Richard Coy
12 34ct Anthony Burr Wallingford, CT Anthony Burr
13 3 Chris Vose Gloversville, NY Chris Vose
14 30 Paul Scally Raynham, MA Paul Scally
15 95 Jeff Schechter Cortlandt Manor, NY Jeff Schechter
Cugini Storms to NEMA
Lites Victory at Seekonk
Danny Cugini beat back a hard charging Ryan Locke enroute to victory this past Saturday, as the NEMA Lites visited Seekonk Speedway during the track's American Canadian Tour 100 event. Fourteen Lite cars took the green, in what highlighted NEMA's second event of 2017 at the famed MA oval.

When the green flag dropped in the feature, Cugini, who started fourth, wasted no time in getting by front row starter, Jim Cataldo. Quickly, Cugini began a torrid pace, but quickly after, the young Ryan Locke made his way into second place. Further behind them, Jim Chambers was making his way through the field as well, with Kevin Iannarelli hot on his tail, and Paul Scally applying pressure as well. Scally would be black flagged at the halfway marker, for what appeared to be a potential fluid leak, and was sidelined for the remainder of the event.

By this point, Cugini and Locke were in to heavy lapped traffic. Cugini, passing cars both high and low, could not shake Locke, who remained within four carlengths for the majority of the event. As the laps wound down, however, Locke could not close the distance and Cugini would go on to take down the victory. Locke was second, followed by Jim Chambers, Iannarelli, Avery Stoehr in the Scrivani 21, Ben Mikitarian, Jim Santa Maria - making his first start of the season, Megan Cugini, Jim Cataldo and Dennis O'Brien.

"I started 4th, and hit a couple great gaps to work to the front early in the race. I concentrated on hitting marks and being smooth. The car was really hooked up and would work anywhere on the track. I was saving tires as much as I could in case there was a late race restart. I knew the 38 would be close and hats off to those guys they have that car figured out and Ryan is doing a great job driving. A huge thank you to Seymour Enterprises, Bobby and Matt set up my car all day and got us in victory lane. My father also for all the work he helps me with in the shop and at the track, I couldn't do this without him," he said.

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