Race teams, entering the Re/Max 250 on SpeedWeekend, are strongly encouraged to read the rules package. Please note there have been additions and updates to the rules package for 2014 and it is solely the competitors responsibility to read the information
presented here in order to be informed as well as be in compliance with all aspects of the rules document.
2014 REMAX 250 Rules Updated for 2014
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS – Saturday JULY 19, 2014
5:00 Pit Gates Open for Drivers and Crews
7:00pm Opening and Anthems
7:05pm Enduro 200 (75 laps, 75 laps, 50 laps)
BEST OF LUCK DURING THE 2014-SEASON!!
Attention all Division Drivers
Speedway660 along with the Parts For Trucks Pro Stock Tour have reworked the event schedule for this Saturdays July 12th 2014.
The Bandolero, Sharp Shooter 4cyl, Street Stock & Sportsman Divisions will all be running. This will be a points night for these divisions. Details to follow soon
A Double Header Wknd at 660!
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It’s a very special weekend in the Geary Woods. Speedway 660 is getting ready for action on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. On Saturday at 7PM the Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooter 30 is the prime attraction and on Sunday at 2PM the first 200 lap ENDURO takes the green flag.
“A lot of race fans are making plans to camp at the track this weekend to take in the 30 lap Sharp Shooter event and the ENDURO race” said Speedway 660’s Max Roy. “It’ll be a lot of fun because there’s a full card of racing Saturday night and on Sunday things really get wild when the ENDURO race teams hit the track for their unique form of racing.”
In addition to the Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooters, fans will also see point racing in four other divisions on Saturday night. The Westwood Estate Apartments Bandolero, DMR Auto Sales & Service Street Stock, Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman and Re/Max Group Four Realty Pro Stock divisions will all be part of the show. Then on Sunday, the wildest, craziest racing in the Maritimes takes over Speedway 660.
“The Sharp Shooters always put on a great show and this 30 lap feature will be intense, plus the point battles are really heating up in the other divisions” said Roy. “And on Sunday the intensity level will hit an even higher level because the ENDURO teams have been patiently waiting for their season to start and when the green flag flies we’ll see how long it takes for their patience to wear thin.”
Street Stock, Sportsman, Pro Stock and Sharp Shooter heat races get underway Saturday at 7PM, but fans are encouraged to come early to see the Bando heats at 6:30. The evening will wrap up with 20 lap Street Stock, 30 lap Sportsman, 40 lap Pro Stock and 30 lap Sharp Shooter feature races.
Saturday adult ticket prices are $14; Youth tickets, for kids between eight and 15 are $10; the Family Pass for two Adults and two Youths is $38. Sunday adult ticket prices are $12 and Youth tickets are $9. Family Passes are not available for ENDURO events. Admission is always free for Speedway 660’s youngest race fans, seven and under. Adult pit passes are available for an additional $2.
There is no rain date for this weekend’s events. If the weather is unsettled on Saturday and/or Sunday morning, fans and race team members should call the Speedway 660 race line at 506-454-7223 or visit www.Speedway660.com for race day status updates.
Excitement continues to build for the upcoming Parts For Trucks Pro Stock Tour’s visit to Speedway 660. The Irving Blending & Packaging 100 is scheduled for Saturday, July 5th at 7PM. It is one of the biggest races of the year and the only tour visit to the Geary Woods.
Speedway 660 is one of Canada’s premier stock car racing facilities. Located in New Brunswick’s Fredericton region, it attracts race teams and fans from the Maritimes, Maine and Quebec.
The Speedway 660 racing season runs from mid May until Labour Day Weekend. SpeedWeekend 2014, one of the most prestigious short track events in eastern North America, is always a fitting way to wrap up Speedway 660’s racing season.
IMPORTANT NOTICE! Maritime Sportsman Competitors
Click Here for your copy Sportsman Amendment (June 3-14)
After extensive competition research it has been determined by the Maritime Sportsman Rules committee that the current 100 lb. penalty applied to the 1:1 drivetrain option will be reduced to 50 lb.
This was done to promote fair and even competition and was addressed as early as possible in the season to allow affected teams to adjust as necessary.
Maritime Sportsman Rules Committee
June 3, 2014