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Series Release/Photo by McCarthy Photographic

(BEDFORD, NS – August 29th, 2018) – Big stakes are on the line this Saturday night for the Maritime League of Legends Tour as the Series runs its penultimate round of 2018 at Speedway 660. The King Freight Lines 50 will not only serve as Round Nine of Ten on the touring series but will also be the final INEX National Qualifier in Atlantic Canada for Legend competitors in 2018. The King Freight Lines 50 INEX National Qualifier, along with the Tim’s Corner Motorsports Bandolero Blast, is a part of SpeedWeekend 2018 at Speedway 660. Racing action begins on Saturday, September 1st at 6pm.

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Pit Row TV Returns to Broadcast SpeedWeekend 2018 LIVE from Speedway 660

GEARY, NEW BRUNSWICK (Aug. 27, 2018) – After rave reviews a year ago, Pit Row TV will be returning to Speedway 660 to televise the prestigious Canadian Labour Day tradition known as SpeedWeekend which features the Martin’s Home Heating 150 and the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250. The racing-themed network will once again cover all the action from both days of racing in all classes from Bandoleros and Sharp Shooters through the Sportsman and Pro Stock events. Broadcast and viewing information is available by navigating a web-enabled device to

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Quick Results – Night of Champions (August 25th)

The following are Quick Results from the Night of Champions on Saturday, August 25th at Speedway 660.

8/25/2018 at Speedway 660

Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooters

Champion – Bryan Suttie of Keswick, NB
Rookie of the Year – Randy Titus of French Lake, NB

A Feature 1 (20 Laps):  1. 57-Malcolm Suley, 26:03.455[2]; 2. 4T-Randy Titus, 26:05.071[4]; 3. 69-BJ Gillespie, 26:08.580[12]; 4. 99-Stacey Gilmore, 26:11.538[8]; 5. 60-Grey Owl, 26:11.686[5]; 6. 92-Randy Storey, 26:14.652[6]; 7. 61-Wesley Harnish, 26:19.378[11]; 8. 73-Brendan Hall, 07:08.159[3]; 9. 01-Jeff Rose, 07:10.122[7]; 10. 72-Rob Boutilier, 00:41.263[9]; 11. 68-Ryan Bernard, 00:42.643[10]; 12. 51-Bryan Suttie, 00:43.137[13] DQ – 71-Scott Kennie; DQ 05-Brody Levesque

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 71-Scott Kennie, 02:56.987[3]; 2. 05-Brody Levesque, 03:01.180[7]; 3. 73-Brendan Hall, 03:10.759[4]; 4. 4T-Randy Titus, 03:04.014[6]; 5. 92-Randy Storey, 03:04.593[2]; 6. 99-Stacey Gilmore, 03:07.400[5]; 7. 68-Ryan Bernard, 03:03.634[1]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 57-Malcolm Suley, 02:59.556[2]; 2. 51-Bryan Suttie, 02:59.648[6]; 3. 69-BJ Gillespie, 03:00.491[5]; 4. 60-Grey Owl, 03:04.351[4]; 5. 01-Jeff Rose, 03:04.778[1]; 6. 72-Rob Boutilier, 03:05.619[7]; (DNS) 61-Wesley Harnish, 03:05.619

Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman

Champion – Drew Greenlaw of Eastport, ME
Rookie of the Year – Destiny Enkel of Fredericton, NB

A Feature 1 (40 Laps): 1. 74-Alexandra O’Blenis, 22:39.629[12]; 2. 23-Drew Greenlaw, 22:39.998[10]; 3. 27-Curtis Collins, 22:40.405[2]; 4. 40-Richard Atkinson, 22:44.162[4]; 5. 54-Clark Moore, 22:44.769[7]; 6. 37-Jacob Logan, 22:49.104[8]; 7. 48C-Courtney O’Blenis, 22:49.480[11]; 8. 94-Ryan Raynes, 22:52.397[5]; 9. 52-Destiny Enkel, 22:52.779[9]; 10. 41-Robert Raynes, 22:53.218[1]; 11. 96-George Jamieson, 22:42.690[3]; 12. 43-Hudson Weston, 19:16.101[6]

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 41-Robert Raynes, 02:37.908[1]; 2. 96-George Jamieson, 02:38.315[2]; 3. 94-Ryan Raynes, 02:38.376[3]; 4. 43-Hudson Weston, 02:38.764[5]; 5. 74-Alexandra O’Blenis, 02:38.858[6]; 6. 37-Jacob Logan, 02:39.163[4]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 27-Curtis Collins, 02:33.275[2]; 2. 40-Richard Atkinson, 02:33.410[1]; 3. 23-Drew Greenlaw, 02:33.608[5]; 4. 48C-Courtney O’Blenis, 02:33.876[6]; 5. 54-Clark Moore, 02:34.927[3]; 6. 52-Destiny Enkel, 02:36.180[4]

DMR Auto Street Stocks

Champion – Shawn Hyslop of St. Stephen, NB
Rookie of the Year – Kyle MacKinnon of Lincoln, NB

A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 38-Justin Cole, 07:41.110[2]; 2. 99-Shawn Hyslop, 07:43.216[9]; 3. 53-Bill Storey, 07:44.765[1]; 4. 15-Roger Slocum, 07:44.780[4]; 5. 22-Kyle MacKinnon, 07:45.316[3]; 6. 54-Rick Cashol, 07:51.667[7]; 7. 21-Courtney Barton, 07:52.078[5]; 8. 81-Kyle Boudreau, 03:23.965[6]; DQ 77-Riley Goodwin

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 53-Bill Storey, 02:46.040[1]; 2. 38-Justin Cole, 02:46.631[3]; 3. 77-Riley Goodwin, 02:47.336[5]; 4. 21-Courtney Barton, 02:32.220[4]; 5. 54-Rick Cashol, 02:42.839[2]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 99-Shawn Hyslop, 02:46.808[4]; 2. 22-Kyle MacKinnon, 02:47.807[2]; 3. 15-Roger Slocum, 02:49.267[3]; 4. 81-Kyle Boudreau, 02:51.749[1]

RE/MAX East Coast Elite Realty Pro Stocks

Champion: Dave O’Blenis of Boundary Creek, NB

A Feature 1 (50 Laps): 1. 03-Steve Helpin, 20:23.144[2]; 2. 32-Ashton Tucker, 20:25.528[1]; 3. 29-Greg Fahey, 20:26.266[3]; 4. 26-Brent Roy, 20:26.665[8]; 5. 1-Ryan Messer, 20:30.673[10]; 6. 48-Dave O’Blenis, 20:29.350[9]; 7. 29T-Robert Tomlinson, 20:24.879[6]; 8. 28-Shawn Warren, 19:08.781[5]; 9. 45-Calvin Rankin, 16:09.713[7]; 10. 81-Ian Rasmussen, 05:06.752[4]

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 32-Ashton Tucker, 02:21.884[1]; 2. 26-Brent Roy, 02:22.331[5]; 3. 29-Greg Fahey, 02:22.902[2]; 4. 81-Ian Rasmussen, 02:25.583[4]; 5. 29T-Robert Tomlinson, 02:28.176[3]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 03-Steve Helpin, 02:22.287[2]; 2. 48-Dave O’Blenis, 02:25.465[4]; 3. 1-Ryan Messer, 02:25.785[5]; 4. 28-Shawn Warren, 02:28.386[3]; 5. 45-Calvin Rankin, 02:29.014[1]


(GEARY, NB – August 21st, 2018) – Speedway 660 will be the first to award season long track championships in Atlantic Canada on Saturday with the Night of Champions. The point racing finale will feature action in all four of Speedway 660’s house divisions, including the RE/MAX East Coast Elite Realty Pro Stock, Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman, DMR Auto Street Stock and Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooters. With last Saturday’s racing action washed out, the Night of Champions also doubles as Fan Appreciation Night. The action gets underway at 5:30pm with an on track autograph session followed by green flag racing at the Geary, New Brunswick oval at 6:30pm.

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Fan Appreciation Night (August 18th) Canceled Due to Weather.

UPDATE; AUGUST 18th – Due to the current weather and today’s forecast, tonight’s races are cancelled.

We will have Fan Appreciation AND Night of Champions, next Saturday night, August 25th at 6:30pm.

Have a great week, and we’ll see you next weekend for an exciting Saturday night under the lights in the Geary Woods.

(GEARY, NB – August 16th, 2018) – The Speedway 660 25th Anniversary Season continues on Saturday, August 18th with Fan Appreciation Night. Not only will all four Speedway 660 house divisions put on a show as they fight for valuable championship points with two point races remaining, fans will have the chance to meet their favorite drivers, see the cars up close and win a number of door prizes throughout the evening. Fans will be able to meet their favorite drivers with an on track autograph session beginning at 5:30pm with racing beginning at 6:30pm.

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Two Dozen Entries Filed for 2018 McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250

Five former race champions on early registration list

(Geary, NB – August 15th, 2018) – One week after registration opened for the 18th Annual McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250, the entry list sits at 24 for the $15,000-to-win Pro Stock event at Geary, New Brunswick’s Speedway 660. Entries have been filed from all three Maritime Provinces and the State of Maine for the Sunday, September 2nd classic.

The first to the registration window, much like the 2016 event, was the Rodgers team from Smithtown, New Brunswick. Andrew Rodgers will attempt to race his first McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 on Sunday, September 2nd. Rodgers is fresh off his first career 250-lap race after racing his No. 42 R.A. Lawrence Engineering Chevrolet in the Toromont Cat 250 at Scotia Speedworld on August 11th.

Nicholas Naugle (Dartmouth, NS), Matt Harris (Fredericton Junction, NB) and Steve Halpin (Saint John, NB) were close behind Rodgers for the top spot in the race to register for the 250.

Within minutes of each other, Dave O’Blenis (Boundary Creek, NB), Johnny Clark (Hallowell, ME) and Lonnie Sommerville (Barnesville, NB) entered the race. Inaugural 250-winner Kirk Thibeau (Presque Isle, ME) has filed an entry for September 2nd and King Racing has also entered two cars, one of which is expected to include reigning champion Cassius Clark (Farmington, ME). Between the five, they own nine of the previous 17 McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 victories.

The RE/MAX East Coast Elite Realty Pro Stock division is well represented in the early registration list. Besides O’Blenis, 2018 feature winners Ryan Messer (Harvey, NB), Greg Fahey (St. Stephen, NB), Ashton Tucker (Lyttleton, NB) and Brent Roy (Hanwell, NB) have filed entries for SpeedWeekend. Roy and O’Blenis each took a Best of the Best Pro Stock 100 win earlier this season.

Five time Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour champion John Flemming (Halifax, NS) will look to complete his Maritime Triple Crown on SpeedWeekend. No driver has won all three major 250-lap races in the region. Flemming is missing the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 to go with his two IWK 250 wins and his Toromont Cat 250 to complete his crown.

Cushman Competition will return to the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 with one of Maine’s hottest young talents behind the wheel. Austin Teras (Gray, ME) made his mark on Legends racing where he raced to numerous titles including an INEX Winter Nationals and NELCAR championship. The 15-year old has made the jump to Super Late Model competition and is turning heads with every lap on track. Jay Cushman won the 2005 edition of the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 with Scott Chubbuck.

Chris Hughes (Brackley Beach, PE) will make his return to Speedway 660 on SpeedWeekend. Hughes, driving the No. 32C  for Subaru of Moncton, is a former pole winner at Speedway 660 in Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour competition and is looking forward to making the haul to the Geary woods to compete in the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250.

A complete pre-registration list, by the order of registration, is included below. Online registration for teams in both the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 and the Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman 150 are available now at

REGISTRATION LIST – 2018 McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250

First Name Last Name
Andrew Rodgers
Nicholas Naugle
Matt Harris
Steve Halpin
Shawn Warren
Dave O’Blenis
Lonnie Sommerville
Johnny Clark
Devin Snell
John Flemming
Robert Messer
Ashton Tucker
Brent Roy
Andy Fox
Kirk Thibeau
Ian Rasmussen
Austin Teras
Chris Hughes
Cal Hatfield
Nick Jenkins
Robert Tomlinson
Andy Fox #2


SpeedWeekend 2018 gets kicked off on Saturday, September 1st with the $7,500-to-win Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman 150 with racing action in the Maritime League of Legends Tour, MJS and Prime Lift East Coast Mini Stock Tour, Atlantic Modified Tour and Tim’s Corner Motorsports Bandolero Blast. Sunday, September 2nd’s racing action will be headlined by the 18th Annual McLaughlin Roof Trusses Pro Stock 250 with support from the Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooters, DMR Auto Street Stocks and Tim’s Corner Motorsports Bandolero Blast. Fans are encouraged to keep bookmarked for all SpeedWeekend 2018 information, including race day formats when available.

Fans are reminded that SpeedWeekend 2018 tickets and campsites are now available. An order form for both can be found on the front page of or on the SpeedWeekend page on the website. Those that would like to order in person can order at the Speedway 660 office when they visit the race track this Saturday night for the races. Registration is now open for teams that are intending to compete in both the McLaughlin Roof Trusses Pro Stock 250 and the Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman 150 by heading online or visiting the Speedway 660 office.

Laps are now on sale for the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250. Laps are $50 each and the money goes directly into the pocket of the leader of that lap. For more information on how to support grassroots stock car racing and get on the Lap Leaderboard, contact Kim Tucker at (506) 447-2470 or Margie Reed at (506) 471-6696.

For more information about Speedway 660, visit, like @Speedway660 on Facebook or call the Speedway 660 Raceline at (506) 454-7223.

About Speedway 660:
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, New England and Quebec. The Speedway 660 racing season runs from mid May until Labour Day Weekend. SpeedWeekend, one of the most prestigious short track events in eastern North America, wraps up Speedway 660’s racing season.




Quick Results – Firecracker 150

The following are Unofficial Quick Results for the Firecracker 150 on August 11th. A story will follow on Monday.

8/11/2018 at Speedway 660

Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooters

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 05-Brody Levesque, 05:54.785[1]; 2. 51-Bryan Suttie, 05:57.096[9]; 3. 69-BJ Gillespie, 06:00.834[3]; 4. 71-Scott Kennie, 06:05.837[10]; 5. 4T-Randy Titus, 06:10.678[5]; 6. 60-Grey Owl, 06:10.686[8]; 7. 61-Wesley Harnish, 06:12.530[2]; 8. 68-Ryan Bernard, 06:05.672[6]; 9. 01-Jeff Rose, 05:16.864[7]; 10. 92-Randy Storey, 03:14.891[4]

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 05-Brody Levesque, 03:00.374[4]; 2. 60-Grey Owl, 03:01.842[5]; 3. 61-Wesley Harnish, 03:10.729[2]; 4. 92-Randy Storey, 03:11.602[1]; 5. 68-Ryan Bernard, 01:52.883[3]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 51-Bryan Suttie, 04:57.570[4]; 2. 71-Scott Kennie, 04:58.837[5]; 3. 69-BJ Gillespie, 05:00.721[2]; 4. 4T-Randy Titus, 05:03.797[1]; 5. 01-Jeff Rose, 05:04.372[3]

Firecracker Sportsman 150

A Feature 1 (150 Laps): 1. 23-Drew Greenlaw, 32:33.987[2]; 2. 60-Devin Snell, 32:34.419[12]; 3. 74-Alexandra O’Blenis, 32:34.787[3]; 4. 54-Clark Moore, 32:35.513[8]; 5. 48C-Courtney O’Blenis, 32:35.797[6]; 6. 43-Hudson Weston, 32:36.057[7]; 7. 37-Jacob Logan, 32:36.220[13]; 8. 94-Ryan Raynes, 32:36.457[5]; 9. 40-Richard Atkinson, 32:36.599[1]; 10. 7-Byron Bartlett, 32:38.223[15]; 11. 52-Destiny Enkel, 32:36.932[11]; 12. 41-Robert Raynes, 15:05.820[4]; 13. 96-George Jamieson, 03:32.820[10]; 14. 11C-Kyle Campbell, 17:59.798[16]; 15. 29-Matt Maillet, 12:04.005[9]; 16. 27-Curtis Collins, 12:04.005[14]

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 40-Richard Atkinson, 02:35.060[1]; 2. 41-Robert Raynes, 02:36.242[6]; 3. 43-Hudson Weston, 02:36.502[5]; 4. 96-George Jamieson, 02:36.789[2]; 5. 37-Jacob Logan, 02:39.798[4]; 6. 11C-Kyle Campbell, 02:40.848[3]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 23-Drew Greenlaw, 02:36.276[5]; 2. 94-Ryan Raynes, 02:36.388[1]; 3. 54-Clark Moore, 02:36.741[4]; 4. 52-Destiny Enkel, 02:37.802[3]; 5. 27-Curtis Collins, 02:37.802[2]

Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 74-Alexandra O’Blenis, 02:32.062[1]; 2. 48C-Courtney O’Blenis, 02:32.281[2]; 3. 29-Matt Maillet, 02:33.392[5]; 4. 60-Devin Snell, 02:35.015[3]; 5. 7-Byron Bartlett, 02:36.535[4]

DMR Auto Street Stocks

A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 99-Shawn Hyslop, 10:57.039[10]; 2. 8-Benjie Ruff, 10:58.070[3]; 3. 77-Riley Goodwin, 10:59.997[7]; 4. 38-Justin Cole, 11:00.309[9]; 5. 22-Kyle MacKinnon, 11:01.182[1]; 6. 21-Courtney Barton, 11:03.276[5]; 7. 54-Rick Cashol, 11:06.154[4]; 8. 81-Kyle Boudreau, 11:07.059[2]; 9. 15-Roger Slocum, 10:27.897[11]; 10. 73-BJ Gillespie, 11:10.258[6]; (DNS) 00M-Matt Crocker, 11:10.258

Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22-Kyle MacKinnon, 02:47.202[1]; 2. 8-Benjie Ruff, 02:47.494[2]; 3. 99-Shawn Hyslop, 02:48.890[6]; 4. 21-Courtney Barton, 02:49.063[3]; 5. 77-Riley Goodwin, 02:49.491[4]; 6. 38-Justin Cole, 02:49.671[5]

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 81-Kyle Boudreau, 02:50.171[1]; 2. 15-Roger Slocum, 02:50.271[5]; 3. 54-Rick Cashol, 02:50.930[2]; 4. 73-BJ Gillespie, 02:59.943[3]; 5. 00M-Matt Crocker, 02:59.943[4]

Atlantic Modified Tour winner: #17 Joe Hoyt; full results unavailable


(Geary, NB – August 9th, 2018) – After a quiet New Brunswick Day long weekend, Speedway 660 is about to get loud this Saturday night. The Firecracker Sportsman 150 will kickstart a stretch of races that will not only crown point champions for the 25th Anniversary Season of Speedway 660 but will also finish with SpeedWeekend 2018. Racing action on Saturday, August 11th goes green at 6:30pm and a fireworks display will follow the Firecracker 150 race.

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