Fredericton N.B. -Saturday night was military appreciation at Speedway 660 with all military personnel receiving free entry into the speedway.
All divisions were active on this night with the Bandeleros starting things off with some great action. D.J. Casey out of Nova Scotia took home his 2nd straight victory while Dawson McIntee held Casey off until only a few laps remained, finishing a strong 2nd place. Rounding out the top three was Cole Boudreau in his #96 ride.
In the 4 cylinder division which turned out to be a very entertaining race it was Mike Weagle of Petitcodiac winning for the second straight night but not without some difficulty. Just 5 laps into the feature the 60 of Weagle made contact with the 7 of T.J. Madore. Madore stayed the course but Weagle lost valuable track position. With just 10 laps remaining Weagle went from dead last to 1st place to take the win. He even took the time to let the 7 of Madore know he didn’t forget what had happened on lap 5. Weagle did get the 7 loose with just 4 laps to go as he approached but Weagle made the right decision and let Madore straighten things out. Weagle eventually made the pass and finished first while Madore finished 2nd and Kevin Dunster rounded out the top three with a third place finish.