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EVENT CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER; Registration Now Open for Fourth TCM 250 Team Endurance Race at Kartbahn Racing on January 12th

UPDATE (01/10): 

With the forecast of freezing rain and ice for Sunday across the region, Kartbahn Racing and Tim’s Corner Motorsports have announced the TCM 250 Team Endurance Race, scheduled for Sunday, January 12th, has been canceled. With the teams having to travel into Halifax from as far as Northern New Brunswick combined with extra staff and resources needed to produce the event along with the unpredictability of the forecast, the decision was made on Friday afternoon to cancel the event.

At this point there is no makeup date for the TCM 250.

The TCM Stock Car Shootout continues with two dates remaining on the 2019-20 schedule on Tuesday, January 28th and Wednesday, March 11th. Trevor Smith (2) and Pat Kelly have won the first three Shootout events in the fourth season of the Series.

Announced at The Winter Opener for the TCM Stock Car Shootout IV at Kartbahn Racing on November 26th, the TCM 250 Team Endurance Race will return for a fourth consecutive off-season on Sunday, January 12th, 2020.

The 250-lap race is the ultimate game of strategy as teams of three or more drivers race their way through sixteen pit stops and around others on track to be the first to complete 250 circuits around Kartbahn’s tight inside course.

This is the fourth straight off-season for the event. Two 250-lap Endurance Races were held at Kartbahn Racing in 2017 on alternate off-seasons with Cory Hall Racing/Lively Motorsports sweeping both ends. In November 2018, the Cory Hall Racing/Lively Motorsports team once again drove to victory lane over Ken-etic Auto, making it three straight wins and is undefeated in TCM 250 events in Halifax.

The cost for the event is $230 per team, including tax. Registration on Sunday, January 12th opens at 2pm at Kartbahn Racing, the Drivers Meeting, starting grid draw and class photo at 2:30pm with the race going green at 3pm. The 250-lap race typically runs for approximately two hours with a trophy presentation to follow.


What: A 250-lap team endurance race at Kartbahn Racing. Teams must make a minimum of 16 pit stops (to change transponders, creates level playing field across the board for driver swaps, each stop must be incorporated into a two minute lap).

Where: Kartbahn Racing – 66 Otter Lake Court, Halifax, Nova Scotia

When: Sunday, January 12th, 2020. Registration opens at 2pm – Driver’s Meeting at 2:30pm – Green flag slated for 3pm (run time approx. two hours – event end at ~5pm).

Who: Teams of three or more. Individuals can register and be placed on a team comprised of individuals. Maximum of eight teams. Registration is $230 per team.

Why: To break up the off-season and spur some friendly competition!

Any questions can be directed to Tim Terry through the TCM Facebook Page or by email –

Special thanks to Finish Line Vinyl Design and Phil-Ko Plastics and Glass for building our championship trophy for the TCM 250!

Marketing opportunities are available for this event by contacting Tim Terry.


To register your team, please email Tim at with your team roster and team name. The order of registration will set the order of drawing for starting position in the TCM 250! Registration is capped at eight teams – so be sure to register early to secure your spot!


Registration Opens December 2nd, 2019

  1. Team Name TBA – Ryan McKnight, Trevor Smith, Chris Garnett, Brad Daley, Matt Martin
  2. Lively Motorsports/Cory Hall Racing – Cory Hall, Craig MacDonald, Kyle Gammon, Brandon Crawford, Danny Chisholm
  3. Team Name TBA – James Matchett, Travis Conroy, Jared Tozer, Ashton Tucker
  4. Veinotte’s Motorsports – Jonathan Bull, Jordan Veinotte, Joey Lawson
  5. The Bandits – Chase MacKay, Dawson Noble, Ayden Christensen
  6. Flamingos – Colton Noble, Jordan Rushton, Nate Singer

TCM Stock Car Shootout IV Dates:

Tuesday, November 26th (Winner: Trevor Smith)
Wednesday, December 18th
Tuesday, January 7th
Tuesday, January 28th
Wednesday, March 11th

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