SEEKONK, Mass. — The day didn’t start off right for Josh Parsons on Friday in the Nick’s Pit Stop Legends Cars. Parsons had trouble in qualifying and a tire came off his car while entering turn three. He was able to save it from hitting the wall, but had to start at the rear after the team fixed it for the finale of the Everett’s Triple Crown Series, set for 30 laps.
Parsons worked his way from the back to the front to take the lead on lap 17 and drive away to the win in the race and the winner of the Everett’s Triple Crown title for 2023. Talk about a turnaround of a day for the driver of the No. 09.
Jacob “Rowdy” Burns scored a second-place finish, while Richie Helger Jr., who won the week prior, finished in third after 30 laps. Mason Tessier was fourth and Isaiah Newcomb, who also started at the rear, finished in fifth.
Nicholaus Bulkeley, Cole Robie, Brendan LaBelle, Kevin Davis and Chase Silvia were in positions six through 10 at the finish.
The Nick’s Pit Stop Legends Cars will be back on track on Friday, August 25, for another 25-lap feature. For more information on Seekonk Speedway, visit SeekonkSpeedway.com and follow the track on social media for the latest news and updates.
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