Speedway 660 recently held its annual awards banquet in Fredericton. Lots of race team members, fans, marketing partners and speedway volunteers, staff and owners attended the gala affair! We would like to recognize and honour our 2014 champs.
Attention All RACE Teams and competitors
Our tech meetings for the 2015 race season will be held on Sunday, November 23rd at the Fredericton Inn. We are anticipating and encouraging feedback to establish an agenda for each meeting. Your participation is greatly appreciated.
Beginning at noon on the 23rd we’ll start off with the Pro Stock meeting and follow that up with the other divisions. Please send your comments, suggestions, etc. directly to Don Greer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember your input counts!
The Speedway 660 tech meetings are set for Sunday, November 23, 2014 at the Fredericton Motor Inn. All drivers and teams are encouraged to attend.
The 2014 racing season at Speedway 660 is history. It was a great year in the Geary Woods and fans were treated to incredible racing and made memories that will last a lifetime. As the gates close for another season at Speedway 660, the Foley & Roy families thank everyone for making 2014 a year to remember. Continue reading
Speedway 660’s fans were treated to what might have been the best Re/Max 250 of all-time during SpeedWeekend. 2014 was a record setting season and Travis Benjamin’s win in our BIG RACE was a great way to cap it off. Here is my last Weekly blog for 2014. Thanks for checking it out each week. Continue reading
Wow, what a SpeedWeekend! 2014 will go down as one of the most memorable SpeedWeekend’s ever. Travis Benjamin’s first Re/Max 250 victory was one of the most exciting in the history of the race. Check out our massive SpeedWeekend Photo Album. Continue reading
Just a few hours after rain forced postponement of the biggest race of Speedway 660’s season, fans returned to the Geary Woods on Monday morning to witness one of the most incredible Pro Stock races of all time. Travis Benjamin from Morrill, Maine, finally won his first-ever Re/Max 250 over two other American short track drivers.
Jesse Madore won the SpeedWeekend ENDURO 200 race, but Pat Sharpe drove away with the championship. Madore, who dominated Monday’s ENDURO, won two of the three races this year but it was Sharpe who took the title by the slim margin of two points.
Dave O’Blenis had to be his best on Saturday night to pick up a thrilling victory in the Irving Oil Blending & Packaging 150. O’Blenis held off Colby Smith to cross the finish line first in SpeedWeekend’s Sportsman race. Russell Smith was third.
Five drivers will run the Irving Oil Blending & Packaging 150 and Re/Max 250 on SpeedWeekend. Two of them have done it before, but three others will go racing twice on SpeedWeekend for the first time. Continue reading