Once again we will be offering our returning campers the opportunity to reserve your sites from last year. If you were a 2009 camper you can reserve a site through the raceline (506-454-7223) from July 19th until August 6th, 2010.
If you require additional spots or are a new camper for 2010, open reservations will begin Aug 7th, 2010.
SPEEDWEEKEND 2009 was incredible because we had exceptional racing, large crowds and great weather. And 2009 will go down as the year that we finally had our first two time winner of the Peterbilt 250.
Fredericton, NB – The final checkered flag has fallen for the 2009-racing season. It was a beautiful day for the last race of the season, the Enduro 200. This was second race of the season for the Enduro drivers. There were a couple more races on the schedule but had to be cancelled due to rain. This weekend there was no rain in site. You could not ask for a better weather for the 2009 Speed Weekend. The weekend was absolutely perfect for today’s Enduro 200
History Made at the 9th Annual Peterbilt 250
Sommerville becomes the first ever 2 time winner of the Peterbilt 250
Fredericton, NB-The biggest sporting event in Atlantic Canada turned out a record crowd on Sunday for the 9th running of the Peterbilt 250. A record forty-four cars made their way to the Geary woods to attempt to qualify for only 28 starting positions in front of over 8,000 fans setting a new attendance record at Speedway 660.
With lots of cars and very few spots to get, qualifying was entertaining to say the least.
Heat winners for the qualifying heats were Greg Fahey, John Flemming, Craig Slaunwhite and Johnny Clark. In the last chance, 20 cars started with only two spots remaining. Notables in the final crack at the Peterbilt 250 were Rollie MacDonald, Glenn Rasmussen and Daryl Mahar. Proude after a restart on lap 7 was able to make it to the front to secure his spot in the big race. That left MacDonald, Mahar, Rasmussen and the PEI native Darren Mackinnon to fight it out for the final entry into the event. The veteran Rollie MacDonald got a little racy with the 66M of Daryl which brought out a caution and allowed the 18M of Mackinnon to get the final spot into the Peterbilt. At this point the only thing left was the provisional starters for the event which saw Glenn Rasmussen, Matt Harris, Jonathan Hicken and Robert Tomlinson granted entry into the prestigious 250. Continue reading →
McNeil wins biggest event of his career in a thrilling finish!!!!
Fredericton, NB – The 1st leg of Speedweekend 2009 started out with a bang and end with a bang on Saturday night. First off it was the 43 cars that tried to qualify for 28 starting positions. This created a hectic set of qualifying heats with several cautions having an impact on the flow of the night. Some might say it was the huge crowd and maybe a few nerves to go with it. Whatever it was, it ended quickly once feature time hit the Geary Woods. The racing action heated up as the temperature dropped.