NEWS

Silliker Wins Instant Classic at Halloween Spooktacular

Trenton Silliker (#69) was on a mission Saturday night. Silliker, who is regarded as one of the top Demolition drivers of all time, was returning to Speedway Miramichi for the first time in nearly 2 years. He made his comeback one to remember – as he bested a 61-car field to capture the Halloween Spooktacular Demo and the $3000 payday! The Demolition Derby finale had thirty-nine starters and was the wildest in recent memory. In the end, it came down to a final four which featured a who’s who list of Demolition talent, as Silliker battled with Matthew Sullivan (#18), Adam Plourde (#52) and Kevin Tucker (#187) for the victory, with Sullivan and Plourde claiming second and third. As this quarte

Demolition Thriller On Tap For Halloween Spooktacular

It promises to be a thriller on Saturday, as the most hyped Demolition Derby in years is set to take place with the Halloween Spooktacular at Speedway Miramichi! Drivers have guaranteed that this will be the wildest show in years – and early indications suggest just that. The car count is expected to be between 40 to 50 cars, which is another massive field. Trash talk amongst rivals has been everywhere, as the stars of the Demolition division get one last chance to settle the score. Throw in a race where the rulebook has been thrown out for the Mini Stock division – which will contest a 50-lap “Outlaw” style feature – and the “Last Call” finale for the Bomber division, and the final show of

Power The Victor in Street Stock 100, Basque Captures Demolition Blowout

Logan Power (#58) fended off a hard charging James Matchett (#55) over the duration of the latter half of the 4th Annual Street Stock 100 to score one of the biggest victories of his career. Power led 94 out of 100 laps and pocketed over $2000 in cash, along with an 8-foot tall trophy, for taking the victory. Matchett, who got underneath Power at various points as they navigated lapped traffic, settled for second. Dan Smith (#39) made his first start of 2020 a good one, as he wheeled his way to a podium finish and claimed one of the big trophies. Bryar Ellis (#95) performed under pressure, overcoming a points deficit with a fourth-place finish, which was enough for the eighteen-year-old driv

Record Demo Season to Wrap Up With Massive Demolition Blowout

Record breaking car counts and thrilling action has headlined the 2020 Demolition season at Speedway Miramichi. Upwards of 40 to 50 Demolition cars are expected to be in attendance for the year end Demolition Blowout, which will see the end of the points and see the year-end champion crowned. The Demolition Blowout will be the follow-up to the 4th Annual Street Stock 100, which headlines the stock car portion of the show. Big car counts equal big money, meaning the winner could walk away Saturday night with thousands. The September show saw Zac Taylor walk away with $3000. If 60 cars are in attendance, the grand prize will be $3000 once again. The scale sees $2000 paid out with over 40 cars,

The "Very Best" Saved for Speedway Miramichi Finale

Atlantic Canada’s best will make their way to Speedway Miramichi for the annual running of “The Very Best Fall Shootout” on Saturday October 3rd! Headlined by the 4th Annual Street Stock 100, the event will also see a 50-lap Mini Stock feature, the Keswick Kitchen Season Finale for the Atlantic Modified Tour, and a 30-lap feature for the Bomber division! The year-end Demolition Blowout will wrap up the night, with 2020 (COVID) points champions being crowned in all divisions! Start time for the action is 2pm. The Street Stock 100 is shaping up to be a battle of Miramichi versus the Maritimes. Defending race winner Justin Cole (#38) leads the charge of drivers heading to Miramichi, as he looks

Recent Posts
Archive

© Speedway Miramichi Inc. 2018 - Website proudly created with Wix.com

Background Photo Credit Mike Francis (Used with permission)