From Gary Elliott Motorsports
Behind the wheel of new cars for the SKLD Motorsports team, both Austyn Jennett and Doug Wilman ran into some gremlins ending their days early.
Continuing to push hard from the drop of the green flag, Andrew Shilling was able to leave Flamboro Speedway with a top-15 finish.
Even while dealing with mechanical issues, Karlie Wilman was able to wheel her new ride to a top-20 finish at Flamboro Speedway’s Operation Green Flag.
Running inside the top-10, Jordan Latimer saw his day end early at Flamboro Speedway’s Operation Green Flag as a result of an overheating issue.
Jordan Latimer may not have had the best ending to his 2019 season courtesy of Flamboro Speedway, but that doesn’t seem to be affecting his mood heading into this weekend.
SKLD Motorsports will have a full force out this weekend at Flamboro Speedway, with both Austyn Jennett and Doug Wilman hoping to factor into the equation.
After having gained experience at Sunset Speedway the past year, Karlie Wilman is ready for a new challenge in her first trip to Flamboro Speedway.
After a long off-season, SKLD Motorsports’ Andrew Shilling is full of excitement heading into this Saturday’s Operation Green Flag at Flamboro Speedway.
The entry list for this weekend’s Operation Green Flag Super Stock event at Flamboro Speedway includes a variety of drivers, including one of the newer faces to the scene in Paul Pepper.