(June 27, 2015) On Saturday night Lonnie Sommerville became the first Re/Max Group Four Realty Pro Stock driver to win two 50 lap features at Speedway 660 in 2015. But it wasn’t easy for the Barnesville, New Brunswick driver who just won his first feature of the season last week. Continue reading
(June 20, 2015) Devin Snell has served notice that he will be a serious championship contender in the Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman division at Speedway 660. On Kid’s Night Snell won the feature for the second time in two weeks. Continue reading
(June 14, 2015) Speedway 660’s double-header weekend ended with an exciting Capital City Auto Parts ENDURO 200 on Sunday afternoon. Jesse Madore worked his way to the front of the field during the second 75 lap segment and put on a dominating performance in the final 75 laps to seal the win.
(June 13, 2015) Greg Fahey served notice, on Saturday night, that he will be a championship contender at Speedway 660 in 2015. Fahey, who has three Re/Max Pro Stock championships, drove to an impressive win in the 50 lap feature.
(June 6, 2015) Dave O’Blenis may not have had the best car on Saturday night, but it ended up being just good enough to win the Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman 100 at Speedway 660. Lonnie Sommerville led the first 92 laps of the race before running out of fuel in front of O’Blenis. From there the Boundary Creek driver held off Matt Rodgers and Drew Greenlaw to win the first event in the three race New Brunswick Short Track Challenge. Continue reading
(May 24th, 2015) – Matt Harris roared to victory in a very entertaining 50 lap Re/Max Pro Stock feature at Speedway 660 on Sunday. The Fredericton Junction driver showed fans that he’ll be a strong contender for the Speedway 660 Pro Stock championship in 2015. 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.
On Saturday night, Dave O’Blenis became the first driver in Speedway 660 history to win three championships in a row. O’Blenis won the Re/Max Group Four Realty Pro Stock Division title for the fifth time over-all.