Ohsweken Speedway making changes during cancelled season

It will be an exciting scene when sprint cars return to the Ohsweken Speedway. (Submitted Photo)

By Josh Giles Writer The NASCAR Pinty’s Series Race that was supposed to take place at the Ohsweken Speedway in August has been postponed until 2021. In a press release on their website, the speedway announced the change of plans as COVID-19 continues to stop events in Six Nations. The release said, “With the Ohsweken community still in phase 2 restrictions, the speedway cannot welcome fans and officials were forced to postpone the event to next season.” It was supposed to be an exciting event for the speedway but unfortunately fans will have to wait until 2021 to see it unfold. “The Pinty’s 100 was set to be the biggest event in history of the Ohsweken Speedway,” said General Manager Clinton Geoffrey. The speedway is encouraging fans to hold on…

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