(Aug. 7, 2017) Every year, when August rolls around, I always ask myself where did the racing season go? In a month the gates at Speedway 660 will be locked up and another long off-season will begin. But we’ve got some pretty exciting things happening between now and then. Fan Appreciation Night, the Night of Champions and SpeedWeekend are the remaining entrees on our 2017 racing menu. Continue reading
(Aug. 5, 2017) SpeedWeekend is less than a month away and Speedway 660 is busy preparing Atlantic Canada’s biggest weekend of racing entertainment. The Saturday night Sportsman race has a new sponsor for 2017. It will now be known as the Martin’s Home Heating 150. Richard and Anne Martin, long-time race fans, individual car sponsors and Speedway 660’s Sportsman division sponsor, will now present the big SpeedWeekend Sportsman race. Continue reading
(Aug. 2, 2017) There’s still a buzz in the air after another great show at Speedway 660 last weekend. Clark Chevrolet presented the Best of the Best 150 and there was something for everyone during this action packed event. We’re taking this weekend off, but will be back on the 12th and 19th with the Fan Appreciation Night and the Night of Champions. Continue reading
(Aug. 1, 2017) The Clark Chevrolet Best of the Best 150 was another great event at Speedway 660. In addition to the big Pro Stock race fans were treated to incredible Sharp Shooter, Street Stock and Sportsman action. We invite you to check out the photo album from last weekend’s races. Continue reading
(July 29, 2017) Cassius Clark won the Clark Chevrolet Best of the Best Pro Stock 150 on Saturday night at Speedway 660. It’s the second year in a row that the Farmington, Maine driver drove to victory lane in one of the biggest Pro Stock races of the season. Clark, who led most of the race, held off Ben Rowe and Ashton Tucker who finished second and third. Dave O’Blenis was fourth and Kirk Thibeau rounded out the top five. Continue reading
(July 27, 2017) The Clark Chevrolet Best of the Best 150 is on the Speedway 660 schedule for 6:30PM this Saturday. It’s one of Atlantic Canada’s most prestigious Pro Stock races of the season, with the winner and runner-up earning provisional starting positions in the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 on SpeedWeekend. Continue reading
(July 25, 2017) Stock car racing is pretty serious business, especially at our highest level. The RE/MAX Group Four Realty Pro Stock division has plenty of experienced veterans and some pretty sharp youngsters.
Pro Stocks have been a trade mark in the Geary Woods ever since day one. Robert Tomlinson raced here on opening night, back in 1994, and continues to come to Speedway 660 every week for the love of the sport. He’ll be in the Geary Woods for the Clark Chevrolet Best of the Best Pro Stock 150 on Saturday night. Continue reading
(July 24, 2017) Last Saturday truly was an amazing night at Speedway 660. The Sportsman Firecracker 150, the Pro Stocks, Street Stocks, Sharp Shooters combined with an incredible Christmas in July promotion was just what the doctor ordered. Everybody, I mean everybody I ran into in the Geary Woods had a big smile on their face. That’s because the weather was finely fine, the racing was superb as always and with Santa in attendance you couldn`t help but sport a big grin! Continue reading
(July 23, 2017) Oh what a Night! Speedway 660 celebrated Christmas in July in style last Saturday and race teams in all four divisions delivered an evening of exciting entertainment. Santa’s visit to the Geary Woods and the Firecracker 150 were the highlights of the event. We invite you to check out this week’s photo album. Continue reading
(July 22, 2017) It was Christmas in July on Saturday night at Speedway 660 and John Rankin continued his amazing season by winning his second big Sportsman race of the year. The young driver from St. Martins, New Brunswick drove to victory lane in the Firecracker 150 after winning the Martin’s Home Heating 100 back in June. Alexandra O’Blenis was second in the race, while Laurie Cormier finished third. Matt Maillet, George Jamieson and Rankin won the qualifying heat races while Cormier won a special contingency award in memory of the late Glyn Nott Sr.