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The second race of the season was hosted under sunny skies at Greenfield Dragway, and included a big rig Show N Shine and drag race on Saturday.  A total of 133 entries plus 26 big rigs took part over the weekend. Large crowds were on hand Saturday to check out all the chrome and watch some of the truck driver’s jam through the gears down the quarter mile.

A field of 28 qualified in Shelburne Stevedores Super Pro with Michael Golden putting his Chev powered Mustang on the pole with a 10.114 ET on his 10.11 dial. But it was #3 qualifier who went the distance as Tony McNeil took out D. Wall, Blaine Gavel, Ashley Walker and Angela Lewis to set-up a final with Paul Pothier from Wedgeport.  Pothier bounced Eldon Clattenburg, Dwight Stafford, Lorne Buchanan and Korey Taylor to punch his ticket.  In the final, MacNeil was near perfect on the tree with a .001RT and Pothier could not make up the difference in his 1973 Barracuda, finishing second.  Korey Taylor from Hammonds Plains ended up third.

In Cottman Transmission Pro, a field of 35 qualified and Brian Robar from Caledonia led the way with an 11.801 on an 11.80 dial. The semi-finals pitted Jeremy Keans against Peter Marshall from Hacketts Cove; Keans went .027 on the tree and cruised to the win. Vaughn Boone singled in the other semi.  In the final both drivers were in at an 11.11 and both drilled the tree, Keans at .004 and Boone at .011 in his AMX. Keans lit the win light going dead .003, leaving no room for Boone who went 11.15 for the loss.

The Ian’s Automotive Sportsman field qualified 15 entries and once again Vince Hazel of Windsor rowed gears to number one with a dead-on 16.130 on his 16.13 dial. After three rounds of competition it was Danni Rippey of Windsor squaring off against Super Pro regular Paul Weir from Kentville.  Rippey was a bit late off the line in his Solara, Weir had a respectable .079 reaction time and had no trouble reeling in the Solara on the top end to take the win. Sterling Rhuland from Shelburne defeated Ian Banks and the “Mistress” to finish third.

The Shore Cycle Bike and Sled class saw Rickey Nauss Jr lead qualifying with a 9.659 on a 9.64 dial. Nauss Jr red-lighted away his chances in the semi-final, taking home a third place finish. In the final it was Reserve Mine’s Kevin King getting it done, going 10.817 on his 10.80 dial to defeat Scott MacKenzie from Chester Basin.

In Pro Tech Roofing & Construction Junior Dragster, Kale Johnson from Milton qualified number one with an elapsed time of 8.323 on his 8.28 dial. In the class final he faced Whyatt Rankin from Mount Uniacke. Johnson notched a fine .047 RT and an 8.424 at nearly 73 mph to track down Rankin and take the win.  Lacey Weir from Kentville took third.

Saturday’s gambler’s racing action had John Croft from Blockhouse defeat Dan Nickerson from Middle Sackville in the Box category; while No Box was won by Tony MacNeil when he defeated Paul Giroux in the final.  Whyatt Rankin defeated Lacey Weir to win the Junior Dragster gamblers.

Action resumes June 29-July 1 with the Canada Day Spectacular featuring the Atlantic Pro Tree Series on Saturday and round one of the Atlantic Drag Racing Association series on Sunday!

2018 Race Schedule

Greenfield Dragway 2018 Race Schedule (click for details)

- May 26/27
- June 16/17
- June 30/ July 1
- Aug 11/12
- Sept 22/23
- Oct 6/7 - Rain Date

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