IPSC: Scotia Speedworld fact sheet

{TB} WHAT: FORBES CHEV OLDS 150/ Event 4 of 11 WHERE: Scotia Speedworld, Halifax, Nova Scotia (3/10-mile asphalt oval) WHEN: Saturday, June 17, 2000 DISTANCE: 150 laps total POSTED AWARDS: ...

{TB} WHAT: FORBES CHEV OLDS 150/ Event 4 of 11 WHERE: Scotia Speedworld, Halifax, Nova Scotia (3/10-mile asphalt oval) WHEN: Saturday, June 17, 2000 DISTANCE: 150 laps total POSTED AWARDS: $32,000 (USD) guaranteed purse and bonus awards, to-date ($5,000 to win)

FIELD: 24 cars. Starting positions 1-10 will be determined by time trials. Positions 11-20 by heat race results. Positions 21, 22, 23 and 24 have been established as series provisionals with the first four drivers from the current 2000 IPSC point standings who have not already qualified being assigned these spots. Additional spots may be assigned as Promoter's Options, at their discretion.

IPSC Web Site: www.ipschallenge.com

RACE DAY SCHEDULE (Subject to change): 11:00am - Registration and Inspection Open Noon - Practice begins & Grandstand gates open 4:30 - Snap-on Tools Time Trials 6:00 p.m. - Motor Mart Heat Races Scotia Speedworld Weekly Racing Series Hobby Stock Feature Motor Mart Dash for Cash Scotia Speedworld Weekly Racing Series Miller Tire Street Stock Feature Scotia Speedworld Weekly Racing Series C & R Auto Supply Feature Race Driver Introduction Ceremony Presented By Snap-on Tools Forbes Chev Olds IPSC 150

THE RACE: The Forbes Chev Olds 150 is the IPSC's second stop at Scotia Speedworld for the 2000 season and event number four of the 11-race IPSC schedule. Finishing order points will count toward the $5000 Usd. Scotia Speedworld Pro Stock Points Fund . The exciting Copenhagen Inc./Ultramar Corner Stores Pole Challenge will be offered with the driver who accepts having the chance to win an extra $3,000 (Cdn.) if they forfeit their top-five starting spot in the feature to come from the rear of the field to win the Forbes Chev Olds 150. (A $100 bonus per position gained is payable should they not win). 28 cars are expected to attempt to qualify. In the first three stops on the 2000 IPSC tour, the series has set a new track record.

TRACK RECORD: 13.918 seconds. Set by Ben Rowe of Turner, Maine on May 6, 2000.

2000 IPSC SCHEDULE: 11 events. May 6 at Scotia Speedworld, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Scott Fraser); May 21 at Speedway 95 in Bangor, Maine (Larry Gelinas); June 4 at Autodrome Montmagny in Montmagny, Quebec (Ralph Nason); June 17 at Scotia Speedworld; June 24 at Unity Raceway in Unity, Maine; July 16 at White Mountain Motorsports Park in N. Woodstock, New Hampshire; July 22 at Scotia Speedworld; July 29 at Autodrome Montmagny; Aug. 18/19 at Scotia Speedworld (250 laps - $10,000 U.S. to win); Sept. 3 at White Mountain Motorsports Park; Sept. 9 at Scotia Speedworld.

SERIES SPONSORS: Major Associate - Copenhagen Inc./Ultramar Corner Stores; Motor Mart; Snap-on Tools Atlantic. Associate - Aluminum Racing Products (ARP); Argo Manufacturing; Bassett Racing Wheels; Casco Bay Yacht Exchange; Downeast Communications; Linco Fisheries; Longacre Racing Products; McCreary Racing Tires; Northern Tire Services; QBR Race Products; Racer's Alliance; SK Racing/ Parts For Trucks; Sunoco Race Fuels; Yankee Trophies.

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