With the championship coming down to the wire, it’s no secret that the OSCAAR Pro Midget drivers are excited to get back to Flamboro Speedway for the second last event of the season, Frostoberfest.
Jordan Hanna heads into the weekend with an 18-point advantage ahead of Daniel Hawn.
Hanna has been impressive this year, scoring eight victories and only one finish outside of the top-two. He knows his way around Flamboro quite well, with a pair of those wins this year coming on the Hamilton, Ontario-based oval.
Hawn enters with a ton of a momentum after winning the last three features for four on the season to date. By the way, when the Pro Midgets were at Flamboro in August, he swept both features.
James Stanley will looking to keep improving as he finished fourth at Sauble Speedway, followed by a third at Grand Bend Speedway. He has run well at Flamboro previously, picking up a seventh in the spring before he debuted his new ride.
Cassidy March hopes to turn things around, following four straight finishes outside of the top-10. He ran well at Flamboro earlier this year, picking up a pair of fourths.
Inaugural Pro Midget Champion Ted Greenwood enters this weekend following his third straight top-five finish. By the way, he finished second to Hawn at Flamboro in August.
Rob Summers will be looking for another top-10 as he enters this weekend with three in the last four events, including a fifth-place finish at Flamboro.
Brent Kemps will be looking for his fourth top-five of 2017 after posting no finishes outside of the top-10 thus far in nine starts. Notably, he placed fifth at Flamboro in August.
Gary Triska will be looking for another top-10 this weekend after posting a pair of ninth-place finishes at Flamboro Speedway in August.
Brody Rickwood could break through for his first win as a rookie as he continues to perform well each week with top-10’s on a weekly basis. Coming off of his first heat victory at Grand Bend, his best previous result at Flamboro is a sixth.
Steve Belfry will be looking for his first top-five following a career-best sixth at Flamboro in July.
Shawn Paul will be looking for his sixth top-10 of the year, following four straight including a fourth at Flamboro last month.
Craig Pitchell has impressed since making his debut at Flamboro, posting eight top-10’s in nine features, highlighted by a runner-up last month at Flamboro.
Mckenzie Hamilton will hope to break through for her first top-10 following a pair of 11ths in her first two starts.
Preview Written by Ashley McCubbin