John Flemming won the Irving Blending and Packaging 100 at Speedway 660 on Saturday night for his third Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour victory of the year. But it wasn’t easy. Flemming had to overcome two red flag stoppages after electrical issues forced officials to stop the race when the lights when out at the track. Then he had to reel-in Shawn Tucker, the race leader, and make a late pass to seal the deal.
The Parts for Trucks Tour comes to Speedway 660 this weekend. It’s one of our biggest and most exciting Pro Stock events of the year. Wade Wilson recently talked with his friend Tim Terry, the tour announcer, about Saturday night’s Irving Blending and Packaging 100, how things are going on the tour this year and a lot of other racing related stuff.
Race fans know there’s a real youth movement happening at Speedway 660 these days, but they may not know there are more girls on our roster than ever before. One of the fastest, most successful girls is Alicia Mowat in the Westwood Estate Apartments Bandolero Division. Wade Wilson recently spoke with Alicia about her racing career and future aspirations.
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.
Every sport has rules and racing is no exception. There are rules to govern driver’s activities on the track and rules to govern the parts and equipment used on the cars. Recently Wade Wilson talked with Donnie Greer, Speedway 660’s chief tech inspector, about his role in racing.
The first big event of Atlantic Canada’s stock car racing season is scheduled for this Saturday night at 7PM. Speedway 660, celebrating its twentieth anniversary season, is proud to host the PASS 150. Wade Wilson recently talked with Tommy Mayberry about North America’s most exciting short-track tour.
Luc McLaughlin won the 2012 Fredericton Jewelers Four Cylinder title by being one of Speedway 660’s most consistent drivers. Luc quietly went about his business last year and more often than not finished on the podium. Wade Wilson recently spoke with Luc McLaughlin to see if he plans on taking the same approach to the Street Stock Division in 2013.
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.