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Race Day Format – Dartmouth Dodge Sportsman 100 – Scotia Speedworld – August 8th

The biggest Sportsman race at Scotia Speedworld and one of, if not the, biggest Sportsman race in the province of Nova Scotia, goes green Friday night at Scotia Speedworld.

Last season, 37 drivers attempted to qualify for the Dartmouth Dodge Sportsman 100 and following a rain delay, it was Russell Smith Jr scoring his first Dartmouth Dodge 100 victory at his home track. This season, Smith Jr. enters the Speedworld on a wave of momentum, winning the first two Maritime Sportsman Challenge events at Riverside International Speedway and Petty Raceway and will look to complete the sweep Friday night at Scotia Speedworld.

A big field of Late Model Sportsman cars from around the Maritimes are expected to run for the title of Dartmouth Dodge 100 champion. The card will also feature point racing in the Coors Light Trucks, Thunder and Lightning divisions.

The Race Day Format for Friday’s events are below.

Note: Race Director Ken Cunning has advised that should a Dartmouth Dodge 100 “B” Feature be needed, it will be inserted into the program between the support class features.

Dartmouth Dodge Sportsman 100

Race Day Format

Friday, August 8, 2014

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Pit Gate opens                              4:30 p.m.
Tech Inspection starts   4:30 pm.
Practice starts (LI, TH, TR, SP)
Grandstand Gates
  5:00 p.m.
Practice ends   6:35 p.m.
Drivers Meeting @ line-up board – Li, TH, TR   6:25 p.m.
Drivers Meeting @ Tech Shed – SP   6:35 p.m.

Opening Ceremonies/Parade Lap                               7:00 p.m.

Lightning Cars – 10 laps
Thunder Cars – 10 laps
Coors Light Trucks – 10 laps
Dartmouth Dodge Sportsman – 10 laps
Lightning Cars – 25 laps
Thunder Cars – 25 laps
Coors Light Trucks – 25 laps
Dartmouth Dodge Sportsman – 100 laps

*format subject to change without notice


The Thunder division at Scotia Speedworld has not had a caution in feature racing action all season, can they extend their streak to eight races Friday night – and can Stevie Lively win his fourth feature in five races?! (MIKE MCCARTHY)

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