Maritime League of Legends Announces 2017 Schedule

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(Sackville, NB; February 6th, 2017) – The Maritime League of Legends Tour is pleased to announce their 2017 schedule of events. The 2017 schedule sees an expansion to ten races which will take place at the five premier oval race tracks between all three Maritime Provinces. The Series will entertain fans at some of the biggest stock car events Eastern Canada has to offer from May to September. All feature events will be 50 laps in length.

The Maritime League of Legends Tour will once again open their season on Saturday, May 20th at Scotia Speedworld. The track, located adjacent to the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, will host three events in total on the 2017 schedule including races on August 12th and the season finale on September 16th. Nova Scotia’s Riverside International Speedway will host two events in 2017, including a Friday night, July 14th event on the IWK 250 Super Weekend and a Saturday, August 19th event as the undercard to the NASCAR Pinty’s Series stop to the high banked oval.

New Brunswick will host three Maritime League of Legends Tour events in 2017. Speedway 660 returns to the schedule for a second consecutive season as the Maritime League of Legends Tour will run on Saturday, September 2nd as a part of Speedweekend 2017. Petty International Raceway will host two events on the schedule, up from one in 2016. In addition to the Saturday, August 26th race on the 53rd River Glade International weekend, the Series will also take to the River Glade oval on Saturday, July 22nd.

The only scheduled stop to Prince Edward Island will take place on Saturday, August 5th at Oyster Bed Speedway. This is the third consecutive season the track is on the schedule with both previous editions of this event going to Cory Hall (Jolicure, NB).

One event, scheduled to take place in the month of June, is expected to be added to the schedule and will be posted on MaritimeLegends.ca once the race is confirmed.

The Maritime League of Legends Tour is also excited to welcome Scott Hall and Darren Sherwood to their Board of Directors. Hall will serve as President in 2017 and Sherwood will take the post of Vice President on the board. Hall and Sherwood were voted to their positions at the Maritime League of Legends Tour Annual General Meeting on January 15th. The Maritime League of Legends would like to thank Ann and Darrin Butcher for their service as outgoing President and Vice President and wish them all the best in their future racing endeavors.

Registration forms for race teams competing in the 2017 Maritime League of Legends Tour are available now through the Documents section of MaritimeLegends.ca. An INEX Canadian license is also required for every driver registered for the Maritime League of Legends Tour and can be found through US Legend Cars International Inc.

2017 Maritime League of Legends Tour Schedule

***Schedule subject to change without notice. All feature races are 50-laps in length. Start times to be announced.

Date Venue Location
Saturday, May 20th Scotia Speedworld Enfield, NS
June TBA TBA
Friday, July 14th Riverside International Speedway James River, NS
Saturday, July 22nd Petty International Raceway River Glade, NB
Saturday, August 5th Oyster Bed Speedway Oyster Bed Bridge, PE
Saturday, August 12th Scotia Speedworld Enfield, NS
Saturday, August 19th Riverside International Speedway James River, NS
Saturday, August 26th Petty International Raceway River Glade, NB
Saturday, September 2nd Speedway 660 Geary, NB
Saturday, September 16th Scotia Speedworld Enfield, NS

 

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 ten race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

R&D Performancenter 50 to Crown Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Champion

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(September 14th, 2016 – Dartmouth, NS) – The Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour will see their 2016 champion crowned this Saturday at Scotia Speedworld. The R&D Performancenter 50 is the eighth round on the series and third visit to the 3/10-mile oval located in the shadows of the Halifax Robert Stanfield International Airport. Racing begins at 4pm on September 17th.

The Farrell’s Racing #48 team is on the cusp of their first championship on the mainland. The team based out of Conception Bay South, Newfoundland has had three drivers behind the wheel of their car this season, with Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL), Alex Pacheco (Kannapolis, NC) and Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) each driving the car over the first seven races of the year. Pacheco, who won the Farrell’s Excavation 50 at Riverside International Speedway in August, will take the wheel of the car one last time on Saturday in hopes of bringing the team home a championship.

The second place spot in the standings has swapped following the seventh round of the series. With his win in the Atlantic Tiltload 50 at Speedway 660 on September 3rd, Cory Hall (Jolicure, NB) has taken the runner-up spot in the standings, dispatching Craig MacDonald (Waverley, NS) to third overall by three points with just one race to go. MacDonald, who had held down second place for a majority of the season, will look for his first series win at his home track of Scotia Speedworld on Saturday. With his performance at Speedway 660 two weeks ago, MacDonald has officially clinched the Rookie of the Year Award on the series.

The gap between the top two in points sits at 33, meaning Pacheco can clinch the championship for Farrell’s Racing with a top 15 finish on Saturday, regardless where Hall places in the R&D Performancenter 50.

Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines) sits comfortably in fourth spot in the standings. While he is only 20 points out of Hall for the second spot in the standings, he has a 51 point lead on fifth place driver Justin MacNeill (Bedford). The multiple time series and Canadian champion made the leap into the top five at Speedway 660, passing Emily Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines) with a fourth place finish in the Atlantic Tiltload 50. Six points sit between MacNeill and Emily Meehan’s #75 car. With post secondary education commitments, Meehan will have Scotia Speedworld Coors Light Truck driver Megan Parrott (Beaver Bank, NS) substituting and making her Legend car debut at the R&D Performancenter 50.

The top ten drivers in the point standings will be honored at the season ending awards gala and a number of those spots have yet to be spoken for with one race remaining. Rookie Shane Lively (Middle Sackville, NS) and Arnie Spinney (Coldbrook, NS) look quite safe for a top ten finish, though with only six points between them heading into Saturday there could be a shift in position before the checkered flag falls. Not far behind the pair is Jeff Cruickshank (Hantsport, NS), though he will have work to do as he sits 15 markers back from Spinney heading into the R&D Performancenter 50.

The tenth spot in the standings sees three drivers tied for the spot. Reigning Canadian Masters champion Paul Goulden (Shelburne, NS) and Danny Harvey (Lantz, NS) own the last three CARSTAR Weekly Racing Series victories at Scotia Speedworld in a Legend car while Will Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) will look to crack the top ten in his first full touring series season.

A number of Scotia Speedworld drivers will also look to bring home the R&D Performancenter 50, including “The Legend” Cy Harvey (Elmsdale, NS), Harry Breimer Jr. (Stewiacke, NS), Cole Tanner (Shubenacadie, NS), Joey Lawson (Porter’s Lake, NS) and Tylor Hawes (Porter’s Lake, NS). Hawes enters with the hot hand of the quintet with three top five finishes in the last three races at his home track.

Tickets for the R&D Performancenter 50 can be purchased at the gates of Scotia Speedworld on race day. For facility information, including ticket prices, camping and additional Dartmouth Dodge 200 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 Upper Clements Parks:
Located in the heart of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, Upper Clements Amusement park opened its doors in 1989 and has since been one of Atlantic Canada’s top tourism destinations.  The amusement park is situated on 75 acres and features over 30 rides and attractions including Atlantic Canada’s only Flume Ride and Wooden Roller Coaster. The Tree Topper Adventure Park, an adventure park in the sky, is designed to challenge the individual, both physically and mentally.  It is also home to the highest free-fall drop tower in Canada.  This year, the park will be offering non-serviced camping beginning in July.  For complete information on Upper Clements Parks, call 1-888-248-4567 or visit them online at UpperClements.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 2016, the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its eight 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

Legends Return to Speedway 660 and Speedweekend This Saturday Night

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(August 31st, 2016 – Dartmouth, NS) – The Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends will contest their second straight round in the province of New Brunswick with the running of the Atlantic Tiltload 50 this Saturday, September 3rd at Speedway 660. The race is the seventh of eight on the championship season for the series and the only stop at the 1/3-mile oval in Geary. The Atlantic Tiltload 50 is a part of Speedweekend 2016. Racing action gets underway Saturday at 6:30pm.

Fans were treated to an exciting MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50 at Petty International Raceway last Saturday night. In a race that saw Cory Hall (Jolicure, NB) lead the most laps, it was Jarrett Butcher (Porter’s Lake, NS) that went to victory lane after a spin with three laps remaining by Hall. Butcher, who was driving the Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS) entry, edged out multiple time Canadian champions in Paul Goulden (Shelburne, NS) and Justin MacNeill (Bedford, NS) for his first Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour victory of the year.

Point leader Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) finished sixth last week in his Petty International Raceway debut and will maintain the point lead heading into the Atlantic Tiltload 50 on Saturday. Craig MacDonald (Waverley, NS) continues to hold second in the point standings and first in the Rookie of the Year chase. MacDonald sits 30 points out of Farrell for the top spot in the championship and will need to be up on the wheel in the next two events to keep in contention for the title.

Hall finds himself third in the standings after six events, nine points out of second place and only six points up on Meehan. Meehan now has a comfortable cushion on his sister Emily Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS) in the standings with MacNeill a slim three points out of the fifth place spot after his podium run at Petty International Raceway.

While the Atlantic Tiltload 50 marks the first time the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour has visited “the Geary woods” in five years, most of the drivers on the series have previous experience at Speedway 660. Three drivers in Saturday’s field, Emily Meehan (2010), Cole Tanner (Shubenacadie, NS; 2013) and Hall (2014) are previous champions in the Tim’s Corner Motorsports Bandolero Blast while point leader Farrell took the green flag in last year’s A.E. McKay Builders Sportsman 150 on Speedweekend.

Advance tickets for Speedwekend 2016, which includes the Atlantic Tiltload 50 for the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour, are on sale now by contacting the Speedway 660 office at (506) 454-7223. Tickets will also be available at the gate on race day. Camping is also available but is near capacity as of press time. The Speedway urges campers to contact the office in advance of arriving.

Speedweekend 2016 begins on Friday, September 2nd with a free pre-race corn boil and concert featuring country/rock band Mucky Fingers. Saturday, September 3rd will see stock car action hit the track at 6:30pm with the A.E. McKay Builders Sportsman 150, Atlantic Tiltload 50 for the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour and the Tucker Appraisals 35 for the Atlantic Modified Tour. The McLaughlin Roof Trusses Pro Stock 250 headlines racing action on Sunday, September 4th beginning at 2pm. Playing support on Sunday for the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250 includes the Fredericton Gun Shop Sharp Shooters, the DMR Auto Street Stocks and the Tim’s Corner Motorsports Bandolero Blast.

For complete venue information, please visit Speedway660.com.

About Upper Clements Parks:
Located in the heart of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, Upper Clements Amusement park opened its doors in 1989 and has since been one of Atlantic Canada’s top tourism destinations.  The amusement park is situated on 75 acres and features over 30 rides and attractions including Atlantic Canada’s only Flume Ride and Wooden Roller Coaster. The Tree Topper Adventure Park, an adventure park in the sky, is designed to challenge the individual, both physically and mentally.  It is also home to the highest free-fall drop tower in Canada.  This year, the park will be offering non-serviced camping beginning in July.  For complete information on Upper Clements Parks, call 1-888-248-4567 or visit them online at UpperClements.com.

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, one of the most prestigious short track events in eastern North America, is always a fitting way to wrap up Speedway 660’s racing season.

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 2016, the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its eight race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

 

MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50 Set for Saturday at Petty Raceway

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(Dartmouth, NS – August 24th, 2016) – The Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends swings to New Brunswick this weekend to visit River Glade’s Petty International Raceway on Saturday, August 27th at 6pm. The MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50 is the first of two back-to-back weekends in the province and is the sixth round on the 2016 season. The MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50 is a part of the 52nd Jones Auto Body River Glade International weekend at the high banked oval.

Just one week removed from the Farrell’s Excavating 50 at Riverside International Speedway, it continues to be the Farrell’s Racing #48 at the top of the championship standings. Alex Pacheco (Kannapolis, NC) drove the point leading car to victory last Saturday evening in a thrilling finish to extend the advantage for the team. The team has two wins, which also includes Dylan Blenkhorn’s (Truro, NS) win at the season opening event in May at Scotia Speedworld. Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) is slated to make his third start of the season in the car at the MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50 on Saturday following his NASCAR Pinty’s Series debut.

Craig MacDonald (Waverley, NS) remains second in the standings and the top rookie on the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour, but Cory Hall (Jolicure, NB) is making a spirited charge up the overall rankings. While MacDonald scored his third straight top five with the series last weekend, Hall has been on a charge that includes two wins and a third place finish in that same stretch. The teenagers find themselves separated by five points in second and third after five races and 32 points behind Farrell for the championship lead.

Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS) took sole possession of fourth place in the standings with a strong fourth place effort at Riverside International Speedway last Saturday night. Meehan and the #6 Strongco Legend now have a 19 point cushion on Meehan Racing teammate and Adam’s sister Emily.

The most intriguing battles within the standings may very well be outside the top five as the season enters the second half. Sixth place Jeff Cruickshank (Hantsport, NS), seventh place Danny Harvey (Lantz, NS) and eighth place Justin MacNeill (Bedford, NS) only have two points between them with Cruickshank only 19 points out of fifth. Cruickshank and Harvey faltered during the Farrell’s Excavating 50 while MacNeill, the defending champion of the MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50, enters Saturday with three top tens in five races this season after chasing brake problems on his car.

Ninth through 11th in the standings find another close battle with only two points between Craig Chisholm (Antigonish, NS), Kevin MacDonald (Antigonish, NS) and Canadian Masters champion Paul Goulden (Shelburne, NS). Chisholm and MacDonald will be making their second career Petty Raceway appearances with the Tour on Saturday while Goulden was on the podium in this event one year ago.

Arnie Spinney (Coldbrook, NS) and rookie Shane Lively (Middle Sackville, NS) find themselves will within contention for a top ten point spot with three races to go. The top ten drivers in the point standings will be honored at the season ending banquet in October for their accomplishments throughout the season.

The MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50 is a home race for Berry Mills, New Brunswick’s Darren Sherwood. Sherwood drives the #38 car for Red Rock Harley Davidson and Toymaster. Sherwood has three starts on the season, with a best finish of fifth at Oyster Bed Speedway in July.

Saturday’s pit gates for competitors in the MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50 open at 1:30pm. Grandstand gates open for spectators at 4pm, with qualifying beginning at 6pm. Adult grandstand admission is $30 on Saturday, youth admission (ages eight to 18) is $10 while children seven and under are admitted free of charge. Pit admission is $35. All tickets can be purchased at the gate on race day.

The series will spend a second straight weekend in New Brunswick following the MacDonald Buick GMC Moncton 50. Next weekend, the series heads to Geary for a 50-lap feature on Saturday, September 4th as a part of Speedweekend 2016 at Speedway 660.

About MacDonald Buick GMC:
Established in 1980, MacDonald Buick GMC Cadillac Ltd has grown to become a premier General Motors auto dealer in the Atlantic region. Throughout our tenure we have strived to include the best possible customer service with top-notch repair/maintenance work and comprehensive new and used car, truck, minivan and SUV inventories. At MacDonald Buick GMC Cadillac Ltd, we look forward to serving you, our valued customer, for years to come. Please stop by our dealership, located at 111 Baig Blvd, Moncton, NB and speak with one of our representatives today!

About Upper Clements Parks:
Located in the heart of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, Upper Clements Amusement park opened its doors in 1989 and has since been one of Atlantic Canada’s top tourism destinations.  The amusement park is situated on 75 acres and features over 30 rides and attractions including Atlantic Canada’s only Flume Ride and Wooden Roller Coaster. The Tree Topper Adventure Park, an adventure park in the sky, is designed to challenge the individual, both physically and mentally.  It is also home to the highest free-fall drop tower in Canada.  This year, the park will be offering non-serviced camping beginning in July.  For complete information on Upper Clements Parks, call 1-888-248-4567 or visit them online at UpperClements.com.

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.pettyraceway.com. To get current updates delivered to you directly please follow us on Twitter.

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 2016, the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its eight race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit www.maritimelegends.ca.

Farrell’s Racing Sails into Scotia Tire 50 with Championship Lead

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Alex Pacheco of Devo Motorsports to pilot #48 car in Saturday’s fourth round

(Dartmouth, NS – August 11th, 2016) – The Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour will contest the fourth round of their eight race season this coming Saturday, August 13th, at Scotia Speedworld. The Scotia Tire 50 will mark the halfway point in a season that has already given fans lots to talk about in the first three events of the year. The Scotia Tire 50 is a part of the 17th Annual Atlantic Cat 250 weekend. Qualifying gets underway on Saturday at 5pm.

The Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour season kicked off at Scotia Speedworld back in May with Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) scoring the victory in the Farrell’s Racing #48 car. The car has been piloted by Waylon Farrell (Conception Bay South, NL) in the last two events and when combined, the two drivers have put the car into the championship lead on the series. The #48 car will be driven by Alex Pacheco (Kannapolis, NC) on Saturday. Pacheco is a well known name in Legend car racing and will look make good on his first start Saturday at the 3/10-mile Scotia Speedworld.

After a top five showing in the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50 at Oyster Bed Speedway, rookie Craig MacDonald (Waverley, NS) has moved to second in the standings. MacDonald, a former Bandolero feature winner at Scotia Speedworld, has impressed in the first half of his freshman year driving for Mark Whynot and the Overall Experience driver development program. MacDonald sits 14 points in the rearview of Farrell’s Racing heading into Saturday.

The most experienced Legend driver within the top five in points is Acadia University student Emily Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines). After a stumble in the last round at Oyster Bed Speedway, Meehan has fallen to third in the standings, a dozen markers out of second place. Meehan is in her sixth year of full-time competition in a Legend car and is a former runner-up in the championship on the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour.

Sophomore drivers Cory Hall (Jolicure, NB) and Adam Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines, NS) have slid into the top five in points as the season nears the midway point. Hall was the winner of the Island Coastal Services and Steve’s Snow Removal 50 at Oyster Bed Speedway on July 30th while Meehan, the younger Meehan sibling on the series, has shown constant improvement in his second year driving a Legend car. One point is the separation between Hall and Meehan in the standings after three races.

The Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour has attracted an average of 21 cars over the first three races of the season and a stout field is expected to be on hand Saturday to vie for the Scotia Tire 50 trophy.

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 Upper Clements Parks:
Located in the heart of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, Upper Clements Amusement park opened its doors in 1989 and has since been one of Atlantic Canada’s top tourism destinations.  The amusement park is situated on 75 acres and features over 30 rides and attractions including Atlantic Canada’s only Flume Ride and Wooden Roller Coaster. The Tree Topper Adventure Park, an adventure park in the sky, is designed to challenge the individual, both physically and mentally.  It is also home to the highest free-fall drop tower in Canada.  This year, the park will be offering non-serviced camping beginning in July.  For complete information on Upper Clements Parks, call 1-888-248-4567 or visit them online at UpperClements.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 2016, the Upper Clements Parks Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit five venues throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island between May and September during its eight 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