Double Toonie Fan Appreciation Night Returns to Peterborough Speedway

Enjoy all the motorsports excitement you can handle for just $4.00 Saturday, August 12th at Peterborough Speedway.


Pepsi presents the 3rd and final Double Toonie Fan Appreciation Night of the 2023 schedule with a full night of racing including the home track Bone Stock, Mini Stock, Renegade Truck, Late Model and Junior Late Model teams, plus the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series. The show will also include a meet n’ greet race team autograph session at intermission.


It has been a thrilling season at Canada’s Toughest 3rd Mile Oval and the point chases in the track’s weekly racing divisions likely come right down the final checkered flag of the Saturday, September 2nd Championship Clash at the popular facility on Mount Pleasant Road.


The entry level Battlefield Equipment Rental Bone Stock rankings have all the makings of a title tryst between hopefuls Jake Kelly and Sean Kennedy who head into this weekend’s date only 10 points apart. SwitchTire Mini Stockers have a different type of fight, as point leader Nolan Gould missed the Saturday, August 5th start while Chris Tubman – who holds down 2nd place in the standings – was sidelined by mechanical issues after scoring a qualifying heat race win. Those subplots – combined with a strong, runner-up finish by Ember Junkin – vaulted the No. 19 car into the point lead by a 16-point cushion over Tubman.


“With a combination of 1st time winners, tight racing, last-lap passes for the win, caution-free feature events and the excitement of our Junior Late Models, Peterborough Speedway fans have witnessed some incredible action this year,” said track owner/promoter J.P. Josiasse. “In some ways, it seems like we just got started, but only about a handful of regular season dates remain in our 2023 schedule. It looks like it could be an action-packed final few weeks of the year.”

For the Double Toonie Fan Appreciation Night, presented by Pepsi – Saturday, August 12th – pit gates will open at 1:30, grandstands at 4:00 and racing starts at 5:00. Spectator grandstand admission is $4.00 and includes a race team autograph session at intermission. The rain-delayed Autism Awareness Night – in support of the Canadian National Autism Foundation – will also be part of this weekend’s event.

Be sure to see or the track’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram social media platforms for the latest news and information on the 2023 season at Canada’s Toughest 3rd Mile Oval.


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