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Toromont Cat 150 to Headline September 26 Show

The high banks of Riverside International Speedway will roar into action September 26 with the Toromont Cat 150 for the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. The facility has been approved by Nova Scotia’s Public Health authorities to host as many as 1,250 fans at the event with appropriate COVID-19 restrictions in place. “We’re thrilled […]

Save the Date! We’re Planning a Race for Sept. 26!

Management for Riverside International Speedway is excited to announce they are tentatively planning an event for September 26, pending finalizing a Guest Management plan with Nova Scotia’s Public Health authorities. It was announced by government officials last week that the 100-acre facility is on a shortlist of four sports stadiums in Nova Scotia being considered […]

IWK 250 Rescheduled to 2021

The 2020 edition of the IWK 250 Presented by Steve Lewis Super Race Weekend, originally scheduled for July 16 to 18 and postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions, has been rescheduled for July 22 to 24, 2021. “We’ve waited in hopes restrictions would relax enough where it would be possible to hold the IWK 250 this […]

$35k Donation to IWK Foundation Brings Total to Over $500,000

Even though we’re not at Riverside this weekend as we had planned for the IWK 250, we’re super excited to do the annual cheque presentation to the IWK Foundation, this year for $35,000, bringing the IWK 250 contribution total to over $500,000! We want to thank everyone who contributed last year, especially: Antigonish Jr. B […]

July 3 – IWK 250 Update

Hi folks. With COVID-19 restrictions still capping gathering sizes at 250 in Nova Scotia, we’re going to have to postpone the IWK 250 weekend until later this summer, with the new date to be determined once we have more information.  We have reached out to the Provincial government for guidance and we have a Plan to […]

Riverside Open for Team Track Rentals

We are opening for race team practice in accordance with Nova Scotia’s public health guidelines. As with everything COVID-19, we all need to work together to help prevent its spread for our protection and for that of others. For the safety of our staff and the team participants, and the hope of racing this summer, […]

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