R&D Performancenter 50 Presented by Scotia Tire to Determine Maritime League of Legends Tour Champion

SACKVILLE, NB (September 13th, 2017) – The Maritime League of Legends Tour will crown their 2017 champion on Saturday afternoon at Scotia Speedworld in the R&D Performancenter 50 presented by Scotia Tire. The 50-lap feature is the ninth and final event of the season and third stop to Scotia Speedworld on the year. The R&D Performancenter 50 presented by Scotia Tire is a part of the Season Finale weekend at Scotia Speedworld and is the appetizer round to the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour’s Dartmouth Dodge 200. Racing begins on Saturday, September 16th at 4pm.

Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) enters as the championship point leader as he looks to successfully defend the Maritime League of Legends Tour championship earned in 2016. Farrell blew a motor in the early laps of the A.L. Gullison DKI 50 presented by Ideal Equipment at Speedway 660, which sliced his point lead down to 19 points heading into the season finale. While the margin is not as comfortable as it was entering the previous event, it is a manageable one. Farrell can clinch the championship with an eighth place finish, regardless of what any other driver does on the race track. Outside of his finish at Speedway 660, his worst finish on the season is a sixth place run in August at Oyster Bed Speedway.

Justin MacNeill (Bedford, NS) has had an impressive season and enters the R&D Performancenter 50 presented by Scotia Tire as the hunter to Farrell’s championship position. MacNeill has two runner-up finishes this season at Speedway 660 and Oyster Bed Speedway and four top five finishes in the eight races on the 2017 season. He enters with a 28 point cushion on the third place battle for point positions.

That battle for third in the standings is going to be one for the ages. Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS) will try to hold off stock car veteran Darren Sherwood (Cambridge Narrows, NB) at Meehan’s home track. Only two points separate the pair heading into the R&D Performancenter 50 presented by Scotia Tire. Should either falter, it will open the door for Adam’s older sister Emily Meehan. “Miss Rawdon Rocket” enters only 17 points behind her brother and will look to finish off 2017 strong.

Kyle Shipley (Spryfield, NS) has a healthy 41 point lead on Kody Quinn (Sydney, NS) in the Rookie of the Year battle. Shipley has had Mike “The Outlaw” Umlah (Stewiacke, NS) and David Jollimore (Halifax, NS) pinch hit for him in the No. 28 Pizza Pro Legend in the past two races to preserve his spot atop the rookie standings. Shipley also holds down the final top ten spot in the standings with one race to go.

With this race being the final for the INEX Legend division in the Maritimes for the 2017 calendar year, most will be gunning for the win in search of bragging rights as much as championship points. A number of Halifax based drivers will be out in full force in hopes of taking the final Legend checkered flag until May 2018. The first two appearances to Scotia Speedworld for the Maritime League of Legends Tour in 2017 have produced fields of 23 and 24 cars, respectively.

Admission for Saturday’s event at Scotia Speedworld is $30.00 for adults; $8.00 for youth; pit admission is $35.00. Tickets for the R&D Performancenter 50 presented by Scotia Tire can be purchased at the gates of Scotia Speedworld on race day.

For facility information, including ticket prices, camping and additional season finale weekend information, please log onto ScotiaSpeedworld.ca.

About R&D Performancenter:
Since our inception in 1982 we’ve provided Atlantic Canada with the best in performance products and services. As we continue our tradition in performance and excellent customer service we invite you to explore our website at www.rdperformance.ca, visit us at 12551 Highway #2 in Lower Onslow, or give us a call at (902) 893-3795 for all your performance and racing product and service needs!

About The Maritime League of Legends:
The Maritime League of Legends Association was formed in 2005 by a group of racer’s wanting to grow the Legends Cars division in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. In 2017, the Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its nine race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

About Scotia Speedworld:
Scotia Speedworld (SSW) is a 3/10-mile asphalt oval racing facility. SSW is the only track in Nova Scotia to host a weekly racing series, which runs May through September and features six different classes of racecars. SSW also hosts special events, including Monster Jam and the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. SSW is located at Exit 6 on Highway 102, across from the Halifax Stanfield International Airport. For more information please click on www.ScotiaSpeedworld.ca or call our Event Hotline at (902) 873-2277 or our office at (902) 481-2514. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sswracing and follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/sswracing

Maritime League of Legends Geared for Geary Appearance Saturday

(SACKVILLE, NB) August 30th, 2017 – The Maritime League of Legends Tour will conclude a five race stretch with a stop at Speedway 660 this Saturday night, September 2nd, for the A.L. Gullison DKI 50 presented by Ideal Equipment. This is the eighth event on the 2017 calendar and is the penultimate event on the season for the Maritime League of Legends Tour. The race is a part of the opening night of stock car racing action on SpeedWeekend 2017. Racing begins at the Geary, New Brunswick oval on Saturday at 6:30pm.

Following last Sunday’s Seaside Chevrolet 50 presented by S. Hall Tire and Auto Repair Centre, it is still reigning champion Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, Newfoundland) holding court at the top of the standings. In fact, Farrell tacked on another six points to his lead with his third place finish at Petty International Raceway, making it a 50 point cushion with just two races to go on the schedule. In the Maritime League of Legends return to Speedway 660 in 2016, Farrell finished on the podium in third place.

Braden Langille (Shubenacadie, NS) has been racking up the victories on the Maritime League of Legends Tour in 2017. He has won in three of the last four appearances on the series, including a sweep of the pair of races at Petty International Raceway. Langille had an early exit to the race at Speedway 660 one year ago and will look to put that behind him as he looks to extend his win streak to three races on Saturday.

The defending winner of the A.L. Gullison DKI 50 presented by Ideal Equipment is Cory Hall (Jolicure, NB). Hall is well on his way to contending for the INEX International Semi Pro Legends championship, but only has one win to his credit on the Maritime League of Legends Tour in 2017. Hall may be out of championship contention, but he remains in the top ten in points with three races to go in the series.

With the top ten in the standings receiving recognition at the yearend awards banquet, there is still plenty to race for. Justin MacNeill (Bedford, NS) padded his advantage on third place less than one week ago at the Seaside Chevrolet 50 presented by S. Hall Tire and Auto Repair Centre after Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS) was forced to pit in the second half of the event. Meehan is 17 points behind MacNeill with two races to go, but will also have to keep his sister Emily and Darren Sherwood (Cambridge-Narrows, NB) at bay. Emily sits five points behind her younger brother, while Sherwood is only ten championship markers out of third in the standings.

Kyle Shipley (Spryfield, NS) leads the Rookie of the Year standings with just two races to go over Kody Quinn (Sydney, NS) and Josh Langille (Coldbrook, NS). The trio is expected to run in their first Legend race at Speedway 660 on Saturday night. Joining them will be Michael Cormier (Grand Barachois, NB), who made his Maritime League of Legends Tour debut at Petty Raceway last Sunday.

Among those expected to compete for the crown in the A.L. Gullison DKI 50 presented by Ideal Equipment include Scotia Tire 50 winner Craig MacDonald (Waverley, NS), Kevin MacDonald (Antigonish, NS), Craig Chisholm (Antigonish, NS), Gary Dunning (Charlottetown, PE), Danny Harvey (Lantz, NS), Jeff Cruickshank (Hantsport, NS) and Will Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL). As of press time, the A.L. Gullison DKI 50 presented by Ideal Equipment is the only racing event on SpeedWeekend that will see representation from all four Atlantic Provinces.

Fans that cannot make it to Speedway 660 on Saturday evening can watch every lap live from the track online through Pit Row TV. The premium video broadcast will feature multiple camera angles of the action, live scoring, replays and a feed from the track’s public address system. This is the first time a production such as this has taken place of a stock car race in Atlantic Canada. Fans can tune in to all the racing action this weekend at PitRow.tv.

The racing action to kick off SpeedWeekend 2017 begins on Saturday at 6:30pm. The A.L. Gullison DKI 50 presented by Ideal Equipment will be a part of an action filled card that also includes the $5,000-to-win Martin’s Home Heating Sportsman 150, the MJS Holdings Limited East Coast Mini Stock Tour Pub’s Drive Thru Bottle Exchange 50 and the first of two Tim’s Corner Motorsports Bandolero Blast events of the weekend. Grandstand gates open at 5pm on Saturday with pit gates opening for competitors at 9:30am.

Complete camping, ticket and venue information for SpeedWeekend can be found at Speedway660.com or by calling (506) 454-RACE.

About The Maritime League of Legends:
The Maritime League of Legends Association was formed in 2005 by a group of racer’s wanting to grow the Legends Cars division in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. In 2017, the Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its nine race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

About Speedway 660:
Speedway 660 is one of Canada’s premier stock car racing facilities. Located in New Brunswick’s Fredericton region, it attracts race teams and fans from the Maritimes, New England and Quebec. The Speedway 660 racing season runs from mid May until Labour Day Weekend. SpeedWeekend 2016, one of the most prestigious short track events in eastern North America, wraps up Speedway 660’s racing season.

About A.L. Gullison DKI:
A.L. Gullison DKI is committed to providing quality workmanship and services to its customers on a timely and professional basis. This is accomplished through our dedicated team of qualified professionals. From our state-of-the-art, in-house restoration equipment, to our certified team of trained staff, we are dedicated to providing prompt, professional service second to none. Our team of experienced, trained and IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification) certified technicians have the systems, tools, equipment, knowledge and expertise required to fully restore your property to its pre-loss condition and prevent further damage. We work closely with you and your insurer to minimize the disruption to your life caused by the incident, while looking after all aspects of the project right down to the smallest detail. For complete information, please visit www.algullison.com, call toll free at 1-877-888-4352 or visit them at 541 Riverside Drive in Fredericton or at 405 Connell Street in Woodstock.

About Ideal Equipment:
Ideal Equipment is a family based business formerly known as Rockico, located at 360 Richibucto Road in Fredericton. We sell most parts for trailers at great prices and keep items on our shelf all year round. We also service, MVI and sell trailers. We are the Atlantic dealer for Clean Energy waste oil systems. We stock all parts for Clean Burn and Clean Energy systems and offer service all over New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. We have 28 storage units behind our building, at extremely low cost. Sizes include: 8×10 and 10×20 heated storage. Visit Ideal Equipment online at IdealEquipmentLtd.com.

Maritime League of Legends Sail into Seaside Chevrolet 50 Saturday at Petty Raceway

SACKVILLE, NB (August 24th, 2017) – The Maritime League of Legends Tour continues a busy August with a stop this Saturday, August 26th at Petty International Raceway for the Seaside Chevrolet 50. The Seaside Chevrolet 50 is Race Seven of Nine on the 2017 season and second of two stops at the high banked River Glade, New Brunswick oval for the year. The Legends event is a part of the 53rd Jones Auto Body River Glade International which also features the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour and the Cummins 200. Racing begins on Saturday with qualifying at 6pm.

Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) has been the talk of the town recently. Farrell passed the most cars one week ago at Riverside International Speedway in the Farrell’s Excavating Limited 50 to finish second to winner Braden Langille (Shubenacadie, NS). With three races to go, the reigning tour champion has a 44 point lead on his competition and will be looking to better his third place finish at Petty International Raceway in July.

The battle for second on the Maritime League of Legends Tour is a duel between a former multiple time series champion and a relative newcomer looking to continue his breakout season. Justin MacNeill (Bedford, NS) is a former champion on River Glade International weekend and leads Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS) by a single point in the standings. Meehan won the season opening Atlantic Tiltload 50 at Scotia Speedworld in May and finished third last Saturday during the Farrell’s Excavating Limited 50 at Riverside.

Adam Meehan’s older sister Emily holds down fourth in the point standings. Emily sits 23 points behind her brother but only a single point up on New Brunswick’s top driver in the championship chase. Darren Sherwood (Cambridge-Narrows, NB) scored a season best fourth place finish at Petty International Raceway in July and will look to land on the podium Saturday during the Seaside Chevrolet 50.

Two drivers changes will give a pair of drivers their first Legend starts on the high banked Petty International Raceway on Saturday. Rookie of the Year leader Kyle Shipley (Halifax, NS) will hand the wheel of the #28 car to Scotia Speedworld Lightning car driver David Jollimore. Shipley took the lead in the top freshman chase last weekend at Riverside International Speedway and sits 11th overall in the point standings heading into the Seaside Chevrolet 50.

Andrew Lively (Middle Sackville, NS) will substitute for Shane Lively in the #22 car, which is currently sixth in the standings heading into Saturday night. Andrew Lively competes full time at Scotia Speedworld and while he has four starts on the series this year in his own car, it will be his first career Legend race at Petty International Raceway.

Grandstand admission prices for Saturday’s events at Petty International Raceway, including the Seaside Chevrolet 50, are $35 for adults and $10 for youth aged eight to 18, while children seven years of age and under will be admitted free. Pit admission is $40 and is restricted to those 16 years of age and older. Tickets are available at the gate on race day. Pit gates for competitors open at 1:30pm, grandstand gates open for spectators at 4pm with racing getting underway at 6pm.

About Seaside Chevrolet – A Shediac Chevrolet Dealership
Seaside Chevrolet Limited in Shediac, NB also serving Moncton & Amherst treats the needs of each Chevrolet driver with paramount concern. We know that you have high expectations, and as a new and used car dealer, we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time. Allow us to demonstrate our commitment to excellence today! Shediac, Memramcook & Dieppe drivers are always welcome to stop by for straightforward financial consultations and prompt repairs. Visit them online at seasidechev.com, at their dealership at 13 Harbour View Drive in Shediac or call Seaside Chevrolet at 1-866-357-3394

About The Maritime League of Legends:
The Maritime League of Legends Association was formed in 2005 by a group of racer’s wanting to grow the Legends Cars division in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. In 2017, the Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its nine race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

About Petty International Raceway:
Petty International Raceway is located on Highway 106, just 40 km west of Moncton, New Brunswick. To learn more about Petty International Raceway, its location, admission, policies, history, and more, please visit www.pettyinternationalraceway.com. To get current updates delivered to you directly please follow us on Twitter.

 

 

 

Scotia Tire 50 Marks Halfway Point of Maritime League of Legends Season

Ryan Mackintosh to make Maritime return Saturday

(Sackville, NB; August 9th, 2017) – The Maritime League of Legends Tour continues a busy month of August with their second of five straight events. The Scotia Tire 50 at Scotia Speedworld on Saturday, August 12th is the fifth of nine events on the 2017 season and is the second of three visits to the Halifax area oval. The Scotia Tire 50 is a part of the 18th Annual Atlantic Cat 250 weekend with post time scheduled for 5pm on Saturday.

Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) holds the point lead after the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50. Farrell was caught up in a tangle on the initial restart at Oyster Bed Speedway last Saturday and had to drive back to the front during the 50-lap distance. His sixth place finish in the race still has him in control of the standings heading back to Scotia Speedworld.

Justin MacNeill (Bedford, NS) was the biggest mover after the fourth round of the series last weekend on Prince Edward Island. A second place finish to Shelby Baker (Fall River, NS) has the former champion of the series sitting just 19 points out of the championship lead. Learning a new race car hasn’t been able to stop the Pro division driver this season and will look to get back to victory lane at Scotia Speedworld this Saturday in the Scotia Tire 50.

The Meehan siblings find themselves tied in the standings after four races on the Maritime League of Legends Tour in 2017. Emily Meehan pulled herself even with her brother Adam with a seventh place finish last weekend compared to Adam’s 15th place outing at Oyster Bed Speedway. Adam was the winner of the Atlantic Tiltload 50 at Scotia Speedworld in May while his sister was fifth in the first race of the year. Thirty four points is the difference between the Rawdon duo and the point leader Farrell.

The Scotia Tire 50 will mark the Maritime return of Ryan Mackintosh. Mackintosh, originally from Amherst, Nova Scotia, has made a name for himself in the Legend car ranks, winning the 2013 INEX International Asphalt Semi Pro Championship. Mackintosh’s racing career began in his back yard, cutting his teeth racing with the AMKA and CKRA kart clubs before making the jump to Bandolero competition at Scotia Speedworld. His last appearance in the Maritimes was in June 2014 when he made his debut on the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour at Petty International Raceway.

Mackintosh will drive the #88 Legend for the Brycon Racing team. While Nicholas Naugle (Dartmouth, NS) will be focusing on the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour Atlantic Cat 250, the team has previously been to victory lane in the Legend portion of the show. Naugle is a former winner of the Scotia Tire 50, winning the race in 2014.

Cory Hall is chasing the same glory Mackintosh accomplished back in 2013. The Jolicure, New Brunswick driver has recorded 16 of the 18 100-point wins he needs to achieve, apart from a regional qualifier and his finish at Asphalt Nationals in Las Vegas, Nevada in October in hopes to become the second Canadian driver in history to win the International title. A wreck during the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50 has moved his back to fifth in points, 38 points out of the Maritime League of Legends Tour point lead and three points up on fellow New Brunswicker Darren Sherwood (Cambridge Narrows). Hall is the defending Scotia Tire 50 champion at Scotia Speedworld.

The Maritime League of Legends Tour has seen an average car count of 24 cars per event so far in 2017, with 14 teams taking part in all four races thus far. The first stop at Scotia Speedworld for the Tour back in May saw 23 cars take the green flag in the Atlantic Tiltload 50.

Tickets for the Scotia Tire 50 can be purchased at the gates of Scotia Speedworld on race day. For facility information, including ticket prices, camping and addition Atlantic Cat 250 weekend information, please log onto ScotiaSpeedworld.ca.

About Scotia Tire Service Limited:
Scotia Tire Service Limited has five locations in Metro Halifax, including four retail locations throughout the HRM and a wholesale and commercial centre located in Burnside. Scotia Tire strives to exceed customer expectations with a variety of services and knowledgeable staff to meet all personal and/or business needs. Scotia Tire believes in integrity, dependability and flexibility, always having the consumer’s best interest in mind, with safety as their top priority. For more information on Scotia Tire Service Limited, click on to ScotiaTire.com.

About The Maritime League of Legends:
The Maritime League of Legends Association was formed in 2005 by a group of racer’s wanting to grow the Legends Cars division in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. In 2017, the Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its nine race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

About Scotia Speedworld:
Scotia Speedworld (SSW) is a 3/10-mile asphalt oval racing facility. SSW is the only track in Nova Scotia to host a weekly racing series, which runs May through September and features six different classes of race cars. SSW also hosts special events, including Monster Jam, Nitro Circus and the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. SSW is located at Exit 6 on Highway 102, across from the Halifax Stanfield International Airport. For more information please click on www.ScotiaSpeedworld.ca or call our Event Hotline at (902) 873-2277 or our office at (902) 481-2514. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sswracing and follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/sswracing

 

Maritime League of Legends Set for Island Adventure Saturday

Photo by Mike Francis

(SACKVILLE, NB – August 1st, 2017) – The Maritime League of Legends Tour will head to Prince Edward Island on Saturday evening for the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50 at Oyster Bed Speedway. The race is Round Four of Nine on the 2017 season and will serve as the only stop for the Maritime series to Canada’s smallest province for the year. The 50-lap feature is a part of the Lucas Oil 150 for the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. Racing begins with qualifying at 6pm on Saturday, August 5th.

Threes have been wild for reigning series champion Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) in 2017. Farrell has a trio of third place finishes in the first three races of the Maritime League of Legends Tour season. The consistency of being on all three podiums of the 2017 season has put him up by 13 points in the championship standings. Farrell will make the second start of his career at the Island oval and will be joined by his brother Will in the field on Saturday for the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50.

Paul Goulden (Shelburne, NS) finds himself in the thick of the championship chase after three races. The former INEX Eastern Canadian Masters champion is missing a touring division title on his resume and hopes to continue striving towards putting a checkmark in that box. He sits second, 13 points out of the lead position. Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS), the winner of the Atlantic Tiltload 50 at Scotia Speedworld in May, is just three markers shy of Goulden heading into Oyster Bed Speedway on Saturday.

Cory Hall (Jolicure, NB) has won the last two appearances of the Maritime League of Legends Tour at Oyster Bed Speedway. Hall, the winner at Riverside International Speedway in the Farrell’s Excavating 50, comes off a second place finish two weeks ago at the Cummins 50 presented by Petitcodiac Super Variety at Petty International Raceway. Twenty-one points is the difference between him and Farrell for the championship lead.

Darren Sherwood (Cambridge Narrows, NB) enters Saturday’s Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50 fifth in the standings, a mere two points off Hall. Sherwood scored his first top five run of the season at his home track of Petty International Raceway and enters a track in which he finished fifth at in 2016.

Former series champion Justin MacNeill (Bedford, NS), “Miss Rawdon Rocket” Emily Meehan, Braden Langille (Shubenacadie, NS), Tony Gaudet Jr (Milford Stations, NS) and leading series rookie Kody Quinn (Sydney, NS) complete the top ten in the series standings. Langille will cross the Confederation Bridge on Saturday as the most recent winner on the series after taking home the Cummins 50 presented by Petitcodiac Super Variety on July 22nd.

Gary Dunning (Charlottetown, PE) will look to successfully defend his home turf in the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50 on Saturday. Dunning, driving the #33 Red Rock Harley Davidson entry, finished sixth at this event in 2015.

A total of 15 drivers have competed in all three rounds of the series so far, with 35 drivers running in at least one of the three races.

Pit gates open for competitors in the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50 on Saturday, August 5th at 1:30pm; with racing beginning at 6pm. Tickets are available at the gate on race day. Complete venue information for Oyster Bed Speedway can be found on the race track’s website at www.OysterBedSpeedwayPEI.com.

About Island Coastal Service Limited:
Island Coastal Services Ltd. is an earth moving construction company with head office in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Our principal business activities include site preparation, land development, road building, municipal sewer and water installations, golf course management, Landscaping, construction and renovations. Island Coastal Services Ltd is dedicated to providing quality construction, technical and management services to our customers. We will strive to implement a long term relationship with our clients, based on safety, quality, and timely service. For more information on Island Coastal Service Ltd., please visit IslandCoastal.ca or call (902) 892-1062.

About The Maritime League of Legends:
The Maritime League of Legends Association was formed in 2005 by a group of racer’s wanting to grow the Legends Cars division in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. In 2017, the Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its nine race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

About Oyster Bed Speedway:
Oyster Bed Speedway is Prince Edward Island’s premier auto racing facility and features fun and excitement with weekly stock car racing special events throughout the season. The 1/3 mile paved oval is located in Oyster Bed Bridge at the intersection of routes 6 and 7, halfway between Cavendish and Charlottetown on beautiful Prince Edward Island. Phone: (902) 892-6684. Website: www.oysterbedspeedwaypei.com