After winning four straight features in a row, the luck finally caught up with Kevin Bridge as his fortunes switched away from his favor this past weekend.
Racing at Peterborough Speedway for a change this season, Paul Maltese suffered a mechanical failure while running in the top-five.
Running an OSCAAR Modified and Outlaw Midget event on the same weekend, Wally Wilson was able to walk away with a top-10 finish.
Beginning to track down the leader in his qualifying heat, A.J. Emms saw his night go up in smoke at Kawartha Speedway on Friday.
With a mid-way invert of the field, the bone stock feature was interesting from beginning to the end as Corey Strawn held off Ryan Babin for the win.
The summer months are normally where the contenders separate themselves from the pack, and the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series falls under that category for sure. The teams are set to be busy this weekend as they’ll head to a pair of totally different tracks this weekend.
With cars from all over the province gracing Flamboro Speedway on Sunday, all three 50-lap features were full of action from the green flag to the checkered.
With the Ontario Pro Challenge Series in town, everybody knew that Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway would action-packed from the top to the bottom.