Latest Race Results

The final race of the season was contested over the weekend; and included the Atlantic Canadian Stock-Super Stock series and the Atlantic Drag Racing Series on hand.  A total of 185 entries competed over the weekend under mostly sunny and clear skies.

A field of 42 qualified in Shelburne Stevedores Super Pro with Brooklyn’s Doug Decker putting his Chevy II on the pole with a dead-on 9.500 lap. Decker went clear to round four where he faced Windsor’s Tony MacNeil.  MacNeil, looking to secure the Super Pro points title, made no mistake by going .005 on the tree to stop Decker. He then bounced Tommy Vickery in the semi with a .011 RT to set up a final round with Cape Breton’s Benny Nieston.  Nieston has been racking-up the wins all season and he notched yet another when MacNeil went 10.589 on his 10.60 dial to break-out.  The runner-up finish gave MacNeil the Super Pro championship however.

In Cottman Transmission Pro, a field of 46 qualified and David Massey led the way with an 11.002 on an 11.00 dial. One semi-final had Windsor’s Vaughn Boone taking the single, while Charlottetown’s Colin Newman took a solo when Devin Longmire could not make the call. In the final Boone took a start line advantage, .021 to .085 and ran down Newman on the top end to take the win.

The Ian’s Automotive Sportsman field qualified 25 entries and it was Ryan Thibeault in the top qualifying spot going 13.744 on his 13.74 dial. Thibeault’ s good day continued as he notched four round wins to set up a final with Windsor’s Vince Hazel who has been on quite a roll lately. However Hazel lit the red while Thibeault went 13.750 on a 13.75 to claim his first victory.

The Shore Cycle Bike and Sled class had 17 entries and Scott MacKenzie from Chester Basin led qualifying with a 10.966 on his 10.95 dial.  The final pitted Brian Hedd against Rickey Nauss Jr, looking to lock-up another point’s title in the division. Both riders had great lights, Hedd .019 and Nauss .012, but Hedd broke-out by .007 to hand the victory to Nauss who went 9.784 on the 9.77 dial.

In Pro Tech Roofing & Construction Junior Dragster, Gavin Pozzebon from Reserve Mines qualified number one with an elapsed time of 9.072 on his 9.05 dial. Pozzebon was impressive all day including a near perfect pass in round two, going .001 on the tree and 9.056 on his 9.05 dial. But in the final it was Berwick, NB’s Jensen Green facing Milton’s Kale Johnson. Green turned it red and Johnson cruised to a 8.89 victory at 74.16 mph. With the win Johnson claimed the NSDRA point’s championship for 2018.

Here are the results from Stock-Superstock and Gambler’s race action:

Saturday Stock-Superstock:

W            SS/DA   Bruce Riley          Dial 9.27, .026 RT, 9.289 ET, 130.28 MPH                                                                                       L                E/SA      Chris Chapman  Dial 11.33, .040 RT, 11.394 ET, 113.25 MPH

Sunday Stock-Superstock:

W            B/SA      Greg Nickerson Dial 10.42, .031 RT, 10.428 ET, 125.84 MPH

L              F/SA      Mike Ingram      Dial 11.18, .029 RT, 11.194 ET, 110.66 MPH

Delay Gamblers:        

W            Blair Walker        Dial 9.18, .040 RT, 9.220 ET, 140.55 MPH                                                                            L    Chad Ramsay     Dial 10.36, .023 RT, 10.352 ET, 125.94 MPH          

No Box Gamblers:

W            Vaughn Boone  Dial 11.08, .0006 RT, 11.085 ET, 119.73 MPH                                                                             L            Glenn Frizzell  Dial 10.73, .028 RT, 10.732 ET, 117.48 MPH

Junior Dragster Gamblers:

W            Kale Johnson     Dial 9.03, .027 RT, 9.036 ET, 71.46 MPH                                                                          L        Jensen Green    Dial 8.22, .092 RT, 8.224 ET, 80.63 MPH


Revised 2021 Race Schedule

Greenfield Dragway Revised Tentative 2021 Race Schedule (click for details)

- July 24-25
- August 7-8
- August 28-29
- September 25-26 -- Postponed to October 16-17

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