Speedway 660 is almost ready for the 2013 season. During the off-season Atlantic Canada’s premier stock car racing facility was sold to Debbie and Gary Foley, from Oromocto, and Shawna and Max Roy, from Fredericton. Lots of changes are taking place including the appointment of a new race director. Wade Wilson talked with Brian Speight about the new role he steps into this Saturday night at the Riverview Ford Season Opener.
This is one of my favourite weeks of the Speedway 660 racing season. We all like The Riverview Ford Season Opener, which goes this Saturday night, for several reasons. First-off, we finally get to see some exciting short-track racing almost nine months after Cassius Clark celebrated his Auto Value 250 win at SpeedWeekend 2012.
The stock car racing community is starting to get excited about the twentieth anniversary season at Speedway 660. Fans, race teams, advertisers, staff and the new owners are counting the days until the first green flag of the season flies. Saturday, May 25th is the night the 2013 season gets underway at Atlantic Canada’s most exciting short-track.
2012 was a season to remember for Shannon Brake at Speedway 660. The Quispamsis resident out-dueled Rick Cashol to win our Street Stock title. But now Shannon “The Cannon” has turned his focus to family and his four year old son – a champion in training. Wade Wilson recently had a Conversation with Shannon Brake. Continue reading
The 2013 racing season roars to life on May 25th with the Riverview Ford Season Opener. I usually start my weekly “blogs” the same week the season starts, but there has been so much happen over the off-season that I thought I better start a week early.
In 2012 Glyn Nott won the Speedway 660 Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman Championship. With that little bit of business finally taken care of, the popular driver from Burton now feels the time is right to get into a Pro Stock.
Things are really happening quickly and are starting to take shape for the 20th anniversary season at Speedway 660. Since we bought Atlantic Canada’s top stock car racing facility, just a couple of months ago, we have discovered what the word busy really means! Continue reading