Race Day Format – July 11th – Petty Raceway
Petty Raceway is back in action this weekend with a Friday night show for four of their house divisions.
Racing in the Mister Transmission Mini Stocks, Street Stocks, Pro Stocks and NAPA CMax Sportsman. The racing action is highlighted by a 100-lap feature for the Late Model Sportsman.
Point leaders in the classes include JR Lawson (Mini Stocks), Kenny Mackenzie Jr (Street Stocks), Russell Smith Jr (Sportsman) and Chris Duncan (Pro Stock).
The race day format for July 11th is listed below.
RACE DAY FORMAT – July 11th
Petty International Raceway
Pit Gate Opens: 4:30pm
Tech Opens: 4:30pm
Grandstands Opens: 5:30pm
Mini Stock Practice 5:55pm – 6:00pm
Street Stock Practice 6:00pm – 6:05pm
Pro Stock Practice 6:05pm – 6:15pm
Sportsman Practice 6:15pm – 6:25pm
Mini Stock Practice 6:25pm – 6:30pm
Street Stock Practice 6:30pm – 6:35pm
Pro Stock Practice 6:35pm – 6:45pm
Sportsman Practice 6:45pm – 6:55pm
Track Closes 6:55pm
Drivers Meetings 7:00pm
Racing Starts 7:30pm
Sportsman Heats 10 laps
Mini Stock Heats 10 laps
Street Stock Heats 10 laps
Pro Stock Heats 10 laps
Sportsman Last Chance (if required)
Mini Stock Feature 25 laps
Street Stock Feature 30 laps
Pro Stock Feature 50 laps
Sportsman Feature 100 laps
Format Subject to change without notice.
RIVER GLADE, NB (July 9, 2014) – As the 2014 season approaches the mid-way point the New Brunswick Big Dawg Challenge is set for round three (of six) this Friday night at Petty International Raceway. The challenge series pits sportsman, street stock, and mini stock drivers from Petty against those from Speedway Miramichi, in Miramichi.
As a result the Napa Cmax Sportsman division will contest the checkered flag in a 100-lap feature, the street stock will see a 30-lap feature, and the mini stocks get 25 laps to decide a winner.
Also on the card is a 50-lap feature for the Petty pro stock division.
Besides a win, drivers in all four divisions will battle for championship points for the season. That being said, every position counts toward determining overall champions.
Entering this event JR Lawson has a slim two-point lead over Brad Daley in the mini stocks, Ken Mackenzie Jr. sits just five markers ahead of Alexandra O’Blenis in the street stocks, Russell Smith Jr. is just three points ahead of Luc Bourgeois in sportsman, and Chris Duncan leads Ken MacKenzie by one point in the pro stock division.
Racing starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Grandstand admission on just $20 for adults, youth tickets (eight to 18) are $10, and children aged seven and under will be admitted free.
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