Marquee Events Fill Peterborough Speedway’s August Line-Up

After back-to-back rainouts over the last 2 weeks, Central Ontario motorsports headlines will be made during August at Canada’s Toughest 3rd Mile Oval. The biggest shows of the abbreviated 2021 schedule are set for the green flag and fans don’t want to miss a second of the action.


Saturday, August 7th, the attention is focused on the hometown Battlefield Equipment Rental Bone Stock, Jiffy Lube Mini Stock and Trent Lakes Complete Plumbing Renegade Truck divisions, with the Quick Wick Super Stocks and Ontario Sportsman Series. Spectator gates open at 4:00, with the first qualifying heat at 5:00. On the 14th, catch the Bone Stocks, Mini Stocks, Renegade Trucks and Late Models, plus the OMRS Modifieds and Trailers Plus Ontario Legends. Track owner and promoter J.P. Josiasse says the first 2 shows are just the tip of the iceberg for a busy month of racing at the tight, tricky bullring on Mount Pleasant Road.


“Without a doubt, this month features some of the biggest regular season shows in the history of Peterborough Speedway,” offered Josiasse. “Whatever type of racing gets you fired-up, you’ll find plenty of exciting action at Peterborough Speedway and now is the time to head to our online ticket platform and make your plans before the best seats in the place get snapped-up.”


Saturday, August 21st features the best in Peterborough Speedway’s local racing with the Bone Stock, Super Stock and Late Model teams, along with a 50-lap main event for the Jiffy Lube Mini Stockers. August 28th and 29th, the spotlight shines on the Trailers Plus Ontario Legends Series for the Canadian Legend Car Asphalt Nationals. Saturday night Mini Stock, Super Stock and the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model teams join the fun, with a 6:00 green flag. Sunday afternoon the program will also feature the Bone Stock, Outlaw Midget and OSCAAR Hot Rod classes. Racing starts at 2:00.


“Our fans and supporters were very patient during the lockdown and our promotional team has been working hard to bring them some great events throughout the abbreviated 2021 schedule,” according to J.P. Josiasse. “Nearly all of these shows were on the original version of the schedule that we had worked on through the off-season and hoped we would get started in May. Our staff really appreciates the way our racers and touring series have worked to put everything together.”


The best way to stay up to date with the latest developments on the 2021 schedule is to keep checking and stay in touch with the track through its Facebook, Twitter and Instagram social media platforms. There is also a free app available for Smartphone users.

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