Daniel Hawn Scores Third Straight OSCAAR Pro Midget Feature Victory

While Jordan Hanna was the man through the first half of the year, there seems to be a new king of the midgets right now as Daniel Hawn scored his third straight OSCAAR Pro Midget feature victory.

Daniel Hawn scored his fifth heat victory ahead of Cassidy Marsh, Sam Gee, Brent Kemps, Brody Rickwood, Mackenzie Hamilton, and Wally Wilson.

Rob Summers got his first qualifier win of the year ahead of Steve Belfry, Jordan Hanna, Craig Pitchell, James Stanley, and Tyler Cullen.

Daniel Hawn went for the daily double ahead of Jordan Hanna, Marsh, Gee, Kemps, Pitchell, and Belfry.

Brody Rickwood scored his first career OSCAAR qualifier win ahead of Stanley, Ted Greenwood, Hamilton, Shawn Stanley, Wilson, and Cullen.

Come feature time, the fans were treated to a show with side-by-side competition throughout, as they watched Hawn make his way to the front of the field. Once he was out front, that was all he needed as Daniel Hawn led the rest of the way en route to his fourth career OSCAAR Pro Midget victory.

Jordan Hanna finished second for his 10th top-five, with James Stanley in third to tie his season-best from Peterborough Speedway in August. Brody Rickwood placed fourth to tie his career-best from Sauble Speedway in July, followed by Ted Greenwood in fifth with his sixth top-five.

Rob Summers finished sixth for his 10th top-10, with Craig Pitchell in seventh for his eighth top-10. Brent Kemps placed eighth for his ninth top-10, followed by Shawn Stanley in ninth for a season-best finish. Sam Gee rounded out the top-10 for his third consecutive top-10.

Mackenzie Hamilton finished 11th, followed by Wally Wilson, Tyler Cullen, Cassidy Marsh, and Steve Belfry.

The next event for the OSCAAR Pro Midgets is Frostoberfest at Flamboro Speedway on September 30 and 31.


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