What's New

Listed below are some changes at Greenfield Dragway for the 2017 Season.

1) Rulebook – All Maritime tracks will be following the NHRA rulebook going forward.

2) Engine Containment Devices – All Maritime tracks will follow the rules outlined in the NHRA rulebook with regards to Engine Containment Devices. All vehicles running an ET of 7.49 or quicker (1/4 mile), Top Sportsman, Top Dragster and all the .90 classes are required to use an engine containment device. The track operators recommend and promote their use in all other applications.

3) Crosstalk – All Maritime tracks will be implementing crosstalk at any track that is capable for the SuperPro and Electronics classes. Greenfield Dragway can run the crosstalk option. More information on crosstalk and how it works will be posted in the near future.

4) Dial-In Marker – All Maritime tracks are making it mandatory that Dial-In makers shall be white in colour and have a width of 1 inch. The use of coloured/chisel tip glass markers is prohibited.

5) Junior Bike -- All Maritime tracks will be adopting the following rules concerning junior bikes:

a) allow riders 14 years and older to use maximum 300cc 4stroke motorcycles in the junior class with a limit of 8.90 at 80mph with a minimum of two years’ experience.

b) Concern was brought up about new racers coming to the track and it was discussed that if they had prior experience and at the discretion of bike/sled reps or tech operators they could run, practice runs may be required to assess the riders abilities.

6) New Drivers/Drivers Moving to Faster Classes -- All Maritime tracks will be adopting the following guidelines for any new drivers or those transitioning to fasters ET’s that will be running 11.90 in the 1/4 (8.00 in the 1/8) or quicker for the first time must complete a track orientation and driving assessment before competing. This will be at the tracks discretion.

7) Street Tires in the Groove -- All Maritime tracks will be adopting the following guidelines that vehicles with treaded tires not be permitted to stage in the normal racing groove.

2024 Race Schedule

Greenfield Dragway 2024 Race Schedule (click for details)

- May 24-26
- June 14-16
- July 5-7
- July 26-28
- August 23-25
- September 20-22

Major Sponsors




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Our Valued Sponsors


  • Valley Tire Ltd.


  • Winchester Disposal Service
  • Best Western Plus Bridgewater
  • Belliveau & Veinotte Inc.
  • Digital Fusion


  • A&J Automotive & Machine Ltd.
  • G.E.'s All Trucking
  • Acadia First Nation
  • Hood Harware & Automotive Ltd.
  • Trans-World Distributing Ltd.
  • County Collision & Restoration
  • Cummings Fire & Safety
  • A 1 Towing
  • RBN Fisheries
  • Tusket Ford
  • Roseway Chrysler
  • Harbourview Performance and Offroad
  • Shelburne Stevedores
  • Carstar Bridgewater
  • Mosher Motors
  • Rhyno's
  • Nova Automotive
  • DWA Custom Auto Machining
  • BMI (Balcome Resources)
  • Blue Buzzard
  • Car Quest Sackville
  • HRS
  • Hebbville Tire & Auto
  • Scooters Tire Barn
  • Greenfield General Store
  • Auto Value
  • Longmire Tire Service
  • Jim Morrison Auto Sales
  • Transworld Bolts
  • Chad Cronins Garage
  • Ellsworth Consulting


  • Shelburne Stevedores -- Super Pro
  • Cottmans Transmission -- Pro
  • Mosher Motors -- Sportsman
  • C & C Cycle -- Bike & Sled
  • Mike Wilson -- Junior Dragster


  • Pro-Tech Roofing & Construction
  • Pettipas Family Automotive
  • Whynot Performance
  • After Hours Autobody and Welding
  • HV Performance & Off Road
  • Shelburne Stevedores
  • Van's Autobody and Restoration
  • All Inclusive Construction




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