By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
WESTMINSTER, Mass. – For the third time this season, Sam Rameau will compete with the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series this Wednesday night. Ready to roll for a mid-week event in Massachusetts, Seekonk Speedway will host a $10,000 to win, 100-lap race and Rameau is heading there looking for the cash.
The Westminster, Massachusetts, native was off last weekend but is coming off a strong weekend of racing in the middle of June. Rameau finished third at Claremont Motorsports Park in the Whitcomb 5 Series event and also finished fourth in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Duel at the Dog 200 on June 19.
Rameau doesn't have a previous win at Seekonk and would like to change that on Wednesday night.
“Seekonk is one of the toughest tracks around and there is no doubt about it,” Rameau said. “We would love to turn things around there and get to the front of the field, especially in such a big race like Open Wheel Wednesday, with $10,000 on the line. We’re looking forward to giving it our best shot and coming out with a strong run for all of our team.”
Seekonk’s race day schedule includes practice from 3:45-4:30 p.m., qualifying heats at 6 p.m. and the green flag for the 100-lap race around 8:30 p.m. All tickets are available at the track on race day or in advance at SeekonkSpeedway.com. FloRacing.TV will air the event live for those who can’t make it to the track.
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By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
WINCHESTER, N.H. – Sam Rameau and the Rameau Family Motorsports team finished the weekend with two top-five finishes. On Friday, June 17, Rameau finished third in the Claremont Motorsports Park Whitcomb 5 Series event, and on Sunday, in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Monadnock Speedway, Rameau finished a solid fourth.
On Sunday, Rameau ran consistently inside the top-10 for the duration of the Duel at the Dog 200, then charged inside the top-five in the final laps to score a successful finish in a difficult field. The finish was his best career in 30 career Whelen Modified Tour races – his first top-five effort.
“It was a good weekend for us,” Rameau said. “I hate to say it, but I feel like we should have won both races, but that is just racing. It was a great effort by our whole team with a really fun weekend of racing now in the books. We will take next weekend off and get ready for the next one.”
Sam Rameau and the Rameau Family Motorsports team will return to the track with the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series on Wednesday, June 29 for the annual Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk Speedway, worth $10,000 to win.
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By Souza Media
WESTMINSTER, Mass. – With two Tour-Type Modified wins at his home track in the last few years, Sam Rameau is filled with confidence heading back to Monadnock Speedway this Saturday night. Rameau will drive the No. 06 Central Mass Tree Modified in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Duel at the Dog 200, live on FloRacing.TV at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday night, June 18.
Rameau – ready to make his second NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour start of the season – was the 2019 Sunoco Rookie of the Year on the Tour. In his only Tour start at the track, in 2020, Rameau finished eighth. This time, he’s hoping to improve on that and contend for the win in the Duel at the Dog 200.
“Monadnock is one of my favorite tracks,” Rameau said. “Not only is it home for us, but it’s a really demanding track and I feel like it fits my driving style well to be up on the wheel for the whole race. With 200 laps, it’s a long one, but I think if we conserve the car in the first half, we will be there at the end to race for the win. The competition is going to be tough. Looking forward to getting back there.”
Saturday’s race day schedule begins with practice from 2-3 p.m., followed by Mayhew Tools pole qualifying at 5 p.m. The green flag for the Duel at the Dog 200 is scheduled for 8:30 p.m., live on FloRacing.TV. All tickets for the event are available in advance at JDVProductions.com and will also be sold on race day.
For more information on Sam Rameau and Rameau Family Motorsports, visit SammyRameau.com. Fans can also follow Rameau Family Motorsports on Facebook for the latest information.
By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
WESTMINSTER, Mass. – Sam Rameau is looking for a big check this weekend. The driver of the No. 06 Modified will compete in the $15,000 to win Racing Guys 100 at Claremont Motorsports Park on Friday, June 3 – a race postponed one week due to Mother Nature.
Rameau is off to a strong start to the 2022 season, with two podium finishes at Monadnock Speedway at the end of April. Last weekend, Rameau competed in the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series event at Thunder Road International Speedbowl and was running at the front of the pack when he decided to pit, but couldn’t make his way back to the front before the end of the race.
Rameau is excited to head to Claremont for the first of two races at the New Hampshire oval this month, and three during the season. Rameau will also compete in the Whitcomb 5 Series event at Claremont on June 17 and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Clash at Claremont on July 29.
“Claremont is a fun track, tough to figure out, but I think we will have a strong night,” Rameau said. “Looking forward to getting some laps there in this race to get ready for the other upcoming races we will run there, but with $15,000 on the line, we’re going there looking for the win. Our team has been working hard on cars for multiple divisions for this year and we’re excited to try and reward all of them and our sponsors with a big victory this Friday.”
Claremont’s race day includes one Tour-Type Modified practice from 4-5 p.m., followed by time trials at 7 p.m. There will also be 12-lap qualifying heats and the 100-lap race, worth $15,000 to win. The race will be available on RacingAmerica.TV for those who can’t make it to the track.
For more information on Rameau Family Motorsports and Sam Rameau, visit SammyRameau.com and follow Rameau Family Motorsports on Facebook for the latest updates.
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