Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Bumper to Bumper 300Upcoming - Date TBD

Event Hotline 902-867-1635

Time Trials start at n/a
Racing starts at see schedule

The NASCAR Pinty’s Series will make its 11th annual stop at Riverside International Speedway in 2017, and its only stop east of Quebec. See the cars and stars of Canada’s only national stock car racing series in this championship points event.




Tickets will be available starting Wednesday, July 26 using our Order & Pay Online system.

Weekend Pass

  • Stadium Seat, Reserved (all ages) – $55.00
  • Adult, General Admission – $45.00
  • Student (16-18), General Admission – $20.00
  • Youth (8-15) – $15.00
  • 7 & under – free (not available in advance)

Friday Only

  • Adult, General Admission – $15.00
  • Student (16-18) – $10.00
  • Youth (8-15) – $$5.00
  • 7 & under – free (not available in advance)

Saturday Only

  • Adult, General Admission – $35.00
  • Student (16-18) – $15.00
  • Youth (8-15) – $10.00
  • 7 & under – free (not available in advance)

Pit Area – race day only (no advance) – liability release required

  • Restricted to those 18 and older
  • Exceptions for competitors ONLY
  • Minors entering the pits must comply with the Minor Pit Policy (requires proof of age and consent form, in advance)

 HST is included in admission.


farrell’s excavating 50 – maritime league of legends

To-date, listed in order of entries received showing (car number), driver name, hometown, primary sponsor.

  1. (38) Darren Sherwood, Cambridge-Narrows, New Brunswick – Red Rock Harley Davidson
  2. (51) Braden Langille, Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia – Velocity Machining & Welding
  3. (48) Waylon Farrell, Conception Bay South, Newfoundland – Farrell’s Excavating Ltd.
  4. (17) Josh Langille, Coldbrook, Nova Scotia – A&C Spinney Construction
  5. (08) Scott Hall, Sackville, New Brunswick – Total Lubricants
  6. (15) Andrew Lively, Middle Sackville, Nova Scotia – Green Arbor Landscape
  7. (75) Emily Meehan, Rawdon Gold Mines, Nova Scotia – Meehan’s Garage & Trucking Ltd.
  8. (6) Adam Meehan, Rawdon Gold Mines, Nova Scotia – Meehan’s Garage & Trucking Ltd.
  9. (57) Paul Goulden, Shelburne, Nova Scotia – G&S Racing
  10. (9) Donnie Garnier, Sydney, Nova Scotia – Direct Tire, Sydney & Port Hawkesbury
  11. (31) William Farrell, Mount Pearl. Newfoundland – Farrell’s Excavating Ltd.
  12. (10) Justin MacNeill, Bedford, Nova Scotia – Cummins


Unserviced free camping spaces are available at the track on a first-come, first-serve basis.

There are no reserved spaces for this event.

Read more information on Riverside camping information and policies.

Schedule - Day 1

11:00 a.m.Grandstand & Box Office Open
Autograph Session
12:30 p.m.Opening Ceremonies
1:00 p.m.Bumper to Bumper 300
* Schedules are subject to change without notice


BUMPER TO BUMPER– Canada’s Parts People.

b2b300(b)Bumper to Bumper was introduced to the Canadian automotive aftermarket in 1977 and began with two stores. Over the years, the brand presence expanded to the Prairies and entered the Uni-Select fold in 2006. Today, over 100 auto parts stores operate in Western Canada under the Bumper to Bumper banner.  The logo has been revamped to feature a strong and clean word mark. Bumper to Bumper is complemented by an icon that represents two bumpers coming together, from front to back, thereby illustrating Uni-Select’s commitment to covering all parts for a wide range of vehicles. In the coming months, Uni-Select will be rebranding all of its corporate stores under one unified banner: Bumper to Bumper.  In addition, the Bumper to Bumper brand is available to our 1,150 independent wholesalers across Canada, expanding the brand’s presence nationally. The brand provides a higher level of product consistency as well as enhanced merchandizing, marketing and advertising programs.  Bumper to Bumper is owned by Uni-Select Inc. (TSX:UNS), a leader in the distribution of automotive refinish and industrial paint and related products across North America, as well as in the automotive aftermarket parts business in Canada.