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YOUR OPINION: Where is TCM Heading This Saturday Night?!

With a Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour off-weekend coming up, Tim is turning to the fans to help him make his Saturday night plans.

While most would head to the beach (Tim’s beach body isn’t quite up to shape), maybe take in the Cavendish Beach Music Festival (Tim will miss his favorite act, Kira Isabella, on Friday anyway) or spend time with their family or significant other (significant other, what’s that?), Tim’s Corner Motorsports will be at a race track. The question remains though, which race track to cover?

With Oyster Bed Speedway’s Weekly Point Racing off for the weekend due to the country concert down the road, that is not an option. The two race tracks running Saturday night are in the province of New Brunswick – Petty International Raceway and Speedway 660.

Petty International Raceway in River Glade, New Brunswick is running racing action in their Leisure Days RV Bandoleros, CMax Street Stocks, Mister Transmission Mini Stocks and the returning Sportsman division. They will also run their first ever Demolition Derby along with a Powder Puff/Women on Wheels race featuring females who have never been on the track in competition before.

Up the Trans Canada, Speedway 660 in Geary, New Brunswick hosts Weekly Point Racing, highlighted by the DMR Auto Street Stock 75. The longest race of the season for Street Stock competitors, the race is sure to attract some attention from throughout the region. Also racing is the Re/Max Group Four Pro Stock division, Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman, Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooters and Westwood Estates Bandoleros.

Of course, all plans are weather dependent, but we want your opinion on whether Tim should head to the high banks of Petty or the Geary woods for Saturday night after a Friday night of racing at Scotia Speedworld.

We know both of these race tracks have fans, they both won TCM Best of 2014 Short Track awards!

You can voice your opinion by heading to our TCM Facebook page.

Photo by McCarthy Photographic

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