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Race Report- Greenfield Dragway, September 25-27

What a fantastic way to close out the 2015 season at the dragway. A perfect forecast of sunny skies and cool temps brought over 210 entries out for the last event. Excellent track conditions allowed many to post personal bests all weekend long. Along with this being the final points race for the NSDRA; it was also the final points stop for the Atlantic Stock / Superstock series and race seven for the ADRA who’ll finish-up in Miramichi this coming weekend.

The 12th annual Super Saturday Bracket Bash and fourth points meet took place this past weekend at the dragway. 122 competitors ignored the shaky forecast and were rewarded for their commitment as we nearly completed the entire three-day program. Friday evening time trials and Sunday’s program were fully completed but extremely high humidity levels and area lightening ultimately thwarted the completion of Saturday’s eliminator.

In the Box category 10 competitors shared a $6360 purse. The remaining entries included Lorne Buchanan, Michael Whynot, John Croft, Tony MacNeil, Darryl Stewart, Brandon McNeil, Stuart Burke, Bruce Howatt, Mark Howes and defending champion Clayton Howatt.

The No Box category was down to 17 entries and split on a$6400 purse. Money winners included Chris Chapman, Clayton Howatt, Bruce Howatt, Brian Robar, Glenn Frizzell, Tony MacNeil, Jeremy Keans, Bruce Riley, Dani Rippey, Peter Marshall, Cory Sprague, Scott Sprague, Tim MacKay, Budd Murphy, Paul Pothier, David Massey and Warren Cottreau.

The Junior Dragster category sponsored by Cottman Transmission and Pro Tech Roofing & Construction was run to completion. The final saw Ashley “Taz” Walker from Sackville square-off against Kale Johnson. Walker lit the red while Johnson took a .062 start and 12.456 ET to the victory. Morgan Rodgerson picked-up third in the category and Johnson also pocketed the $50 prize from Pro Tech Roofing & Construction best light award. Congratulations to our young drivers!

Race number three of the Greeenfield drag race series went off over with weekend under hot and sunny skies. Welcome to summer racing folks, high heat, fat DA’s and low barometers...no record runs this weekend. A total of 116 entries enjoyed a full weekend of racing; a welcomed change to say the least.

In Saturday’s gamblers race action it was John Croft from Blockhouse defeating Blair Walker from Beaverbank NS in a close final in the box class. In no box Warren Cottreau from Yarmouth NS was un- contested in the final when Rob Baxter from Sackville broke in the semi’s. Kale Johnson from Milton, NS defeated Morgan Rodgerson from Pubnico, NS in the junior dragster final.

Race Report- Greenfield Dragway, Saturday June 20

Race number two of the Greeenfield drag race series scheduled for June 19-21 boiled down to a one day event after inclement weather on Friday and Sunday. 140 entries were on the property Saturday morning under warm and sunny skies that featured the Atlantic Pro Tree series in action.

After two rounds of qualifying it was Jason MacNeil on the pole for the 8.90 Quick Rod category by posting an 8.905 effort. In 9.90 Super Rod it was Josh Goodwin from Wellington, PE in the #1 spot with a 9.903 ET; while Tony MacNeil from Sydney, NS grabbed top spot in 10.90 Hot Rod with a 10.930 lap. The day also featured a 51 entry Box, 82 entry No Box and Junior Dragster gamblers race.

The season opener at the dragway is in the books. The weather was pretty soggy Friday and Saturday not much better with intermittent showers and a little hail for good measure. The surface was eventually ready late afternoon for racers to blow the dust off with a few hours of time trails. Using the new drag, the track actually came-in pretty quick.

Sunday morning brought dry skies with a cool head-wind. There were 118 entries for the weekend with 100 entries making the call for qualifying, 30 Super Pro, 34 Pro, 18 Sportsman, 7 Bike/Sled, 7 Sport Compact and 4 in Junior Dragster. Here are the results:

Stewart Doubles-up in Season Finale

Hurricane Gonzalo threatened the Fall Open early in the week but as race day approached the only real symptoms of the storm was some warmer than normal temperatures and a poor DA.

Almost 120 entries were on hand including a number of sport compact drivers to get some last laps in before season's end.

Wowza! Just let me say that if you were not at Greenfield this past weekend you missed the perfect combination of track preparation and weather condition. A big thumbs-up to Gary Keans and the track prep crew for giving the racers a surface that was excellent right out of the box Friday night.

Greenfield Dragway Race Report, August 15-17, 2014

The 11th annual Super Saturday Bracket Bash took place this past weekend and racers from all over the Maritimes converged on Greenfield to take a shot at the beefy purses. Over 190 competitors entered the event which pushed the total payout to $16,800!

Race Report- Greenfield Dragway, May 23-25, 2014


Is the heat on? NO! Welcome to spring 2014 and another weekend of single digit temperatures for the season opener at Greenfield Dragway. That did not stop 131 competitors however, all anxious to get back on track and take advantage of some fantastic early season air.

 

2017 Race Schedule

Greenfield Dragway 2017 Race Schedule (click for details)

- May 27/28
- June 17/18
- July 8/9
- Aug 19/20
- Sept 23/24

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