The 2020 race season was certainly not what anybody expected as COVID-19 resulted in some tracks closing their doors for the year, while others elected to run a couple special events. Though even with things not going to plan, there was still progress made for B-Fee Motorsports this year.
By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media Round 2 of a pair of COVID Championship events – presented by Crowe’s Gas Bar and Dart Heating & Air Conditioning, in partnership with […]
While B-Fee Motorsports entered Peterborough Speedway, hopeful for a strong run, the night did not go as planned due to mechanical issues.
By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media It was a long time coming, but the venue known as Canada’s Toughest 3rd of a Mile Paved Oval finally hosted its opening event of […]
As we sit back and relax during this COVID-19 pandemic, Short Track Musings asked on Facebook for drivers to share their most memorable Bone Stock moments through the years. Here are some of the ones that the drivers shared……
From Peterborough Speedway
The Ontario Government released the first phase in their plan to re-open the province amidst the coronavirus pandemic. While it was a lengthy list, there was a section that caught the attention of many race fans across the province.
As we sit back and relax during this COVID-19 pandemic, Short Track Musings asked on Facebook for drivers to share their most memorable Mini Stock moments through the years. Here are some of the ones that the drivers shared……
After racing in a variety of different classes over the past seasons, Donny Beatty is ready to tackle another one as he’ll be competing in Peterborough Speedway’s Late Model class.
Local short track racing promoters often do their hardest work behind the scenes. From signing sponsorship partners, planning the event schedule for hometown racing divisions and touring series, stocking concession stands and any number of other related activities. No matter how many times they may have gone through the process in the past, there is nothing that can help a speedway operator prepare for the unexpected.