Like a thief in the night, Matt Maillet from Burton, stole the show at Speedway 660 on Saturday night. Maillet won the Martins Home Heating Sportsman 100 in front of the biggest crowd of the racing season. Dave O’Blenis, who had the dominant car, led the first three-quarters of the race before mechanical issues forced him to retire.
Race teams headed to Speedway 660 this weekend for the Martins Home Heating Sportsman 100 can pre-register for the race online. Just select Drivers on the menu bar at the top of this page, then select Driver Registration and fill out the online form. It will save you the time of registering for the race when you arrive at Speedway 660. On Saturday the Pit Gate opens at noon, practice begins at 1PM, the Grandstands open at 4PM and Sportsman time trials begin at 5PM. A complete race day schedule was posted earlier this week, just scroll down this page to find it.
The Martins Home Heating Sportsman 100 has attracted a lot of attention among established race teams in the Maritimes. Little wonder, with first place prize money of $3000.00 up for grabs, it’s one of the biggest Sportsman races of the year. The race will also see the much anticipated debut of one of Canada’s up and coming young female racing stars.
The Martins Home Heating Sportsman 100 takes center-stage at Speedway 660 at 7PM on Saturday night. The first big Sportsman event of the year always attracts a lot of fans and our region’s best race teams. The winner’s share of the purse is $3000.00.
The Martins Home Heating Sportsman 100, this Saturday night at Speedway 660, pays $3000.00 to win! For the first time ever, a time-trials system will be used to determine starting positions for the qualifying heats. The time-trials begin at 5PM. The entire race-day schedule is now available.
The Martins Home Heating Sportsman Division has provided fans with plenty of exciting action over the years at Speedway 660. This weekend we expect a strong field of competitors for our region’s first big sportsman race of 2013. Wade Wilson talked with Brent Roy about his racing career and this weekend’s race.
It hasn’t taken long for the action to heat up at Speedway 660. Here we are in the middle of June and because of a wet Spring, we’ve only had two races. But the racing has been great and fans are sure getting their money’s worth in the early going.
Saturday night was an exciting night of racing in the Geary Woods! Kids of all ages enjoyed the action in all five of our racing divisions. We have photos of the feature winners from the Riverview Ford Lincoln Victory Lane.
Chipman’s Cole Boudreau celebrated RE/MAX Group Four Realty Kids Night at Speedway 660 with a pair of trips to the Riverview Ford Lincoln Victory Lane. The defending Westwood Estate Apartments Bandolero champion won his heat and the 15 lap feature.