Results Roundup – Mother Nature Wins First Weekend in June
It has been a while, but Mother Nature has scrapped a full weekend of stock car racing across Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
The Maritime Allstars Series Auto World Late Model Sportsman Tour was first to pull the plug on their event at Lake Doucette Motor Speedway early this week with the wildfires within Nova Scotia. The SouthWest Stock Car Association would eventually pull the plug on the weekend the next day and rain has since set in. The Heart of a Champion Hot Rod Classics Christie’s Classic honoring Cliff Gavel has been rescheduled with a date to be announced soon. The next race at Lake Doucette Motor Speedway is Sunday, June 18th at 1pm.
Scotia Speedworld was determined to get their show in on Friday. The weather window that was scheduled to be opened until 9:30pm closed quick and the skies opened up on Airport Hill at 6:50pm, ten minutes prior to showtime. Pepsi Night was canceled as rain would continue throughout the evening. Their next event is Friday, June 9th featuring the Toursec Thunder on the Hill 100 for Mini Stocks along with Bandoleros, Beginner Bandoleros and Legends.
Riverside International Speedway is hosting the All Star Monster Truck Tour this weekend presented by Tidal Tractor and Wilson Equipment. The events go rain or shine. Riverside hosts the MASS Tour Street Stocks and Late Model Sportsman along with the East Coast International Pro Stock Tour’s RJ Poirier Heavy Equipment 150 next Saturday, June 10th.
Petty International Raceway lost the Fog City Auto Spa 150 for the new Super Late Model Series this weekend. The event was scheduled for Saturday, then postponed to Sunday, then eventually postponed to the July 8th and 9th weekend due to the weather. The postponement creates a double header weekend in early July with divisions listed below as per the track.
Schedule of events:Saturday July 8th – SLMS 150, Sportsman 75, Legends and BandolerosSunday July 9th – Street Stocks, Atlantic Modified Tour, Mini Stocks, Legends, Bandoleros and Women on Wheels