Noel Snow (#14) has his sights set on the 2017 Jiffy Lube Mini Stock track championship at Peterborough Speedway. Noel Snow (#14) has his sights set on the 2017 Jiffy Lube Mini Stock track championship at Peterborough Speedway. Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media

Season Titles Will be Clinched at Peterborough Speedway’s Championship Clash

Written by  Jim Clarke on Wednesday, 30 August 2017 13:01

PETERBOROUGH, ON (August 30, 2017)- It promises to be an amazing night of racing...for all the marbles.

On Saturday, September 2, the five weekly classes at Peterborough Speedway, plus, the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series, will decide the 2017 titles during the Championship Clash at Canada’s Toughest 1/3-Mile Paved Oval. An incredible regular schedule of action will see its final curtain as the 50th Anniversary Season comes to a close.

Battlefield Equipment Rental 4Fun teams will do their best to prevent current point leader Jeremy Kelly from pushing his #80 machine to a second straight crown. Jiffy Lube Mini Stock point leader Noel Snow hopes to claim a first career honour, as will Tim Burke in the Trent Lakes Complete Plumbing Renegade Truck pack. Anthony DiBello wants a spot at the top of the Thunder Car heap for the third time in four seasons, while Tyler Betts faces some stiff competition in a quest to have his name on the Organics & Glass Late Model championship trophy for the first time.

In the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series, two-time main event winner Brad Stevenson hopes to punctuate his strong year with an overall title.

“There will be a lot going-on all night. Our scorers and officials will have their calculators and computers working overtime to figure-out the results,” said Peterborough Speedway’s owner/promoter J.P. Josiasse. “Winning a track championship is already an impressive honour, but taking the title during the 50th Anniversary Season will be quite an accomplishment.”

To wrap-up the 2017 regular season, on Saturday, September 2 the pit gates will open at 1:00 with the spectator grandstands unlocked at 3:00 and the first green flag set for 5:00. In addition to the regular night’s program of qualifying heats and feature events, each of Peterborough Speedway’s weekly racing divisions will run an exciting Top 10 Shootout.

Schedule information and the latest news can always be found by logging onto www.peterboroughspeedway.com, by liking the Peterborough Speedway Facebook page or following the track on Twitter. Fans can also download the free app on their Smartphone.

 

Prepared by: Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media
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