After a successful 2017 campaign, Craig Kamrath enters this year as one of the drivers to keep an eye on at Sauble Speedway.
“I want to win a lot of races this year,” he said. “I’m running for at least the NASCAR Championship.”
This year brings change to Sauble Speedway as the track will enter its first year under the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Championship banner, allowing them to chase for not only the track title but NASCAR Division titles.
There is also the new Great Lakes Concrete Series, which will see drivers compete in three events at Sauble Speedway, as well as three races at Sunset Speedway for points. Kamrath has stated his intentions to run that as well, stating the “six races back and forth should be really competitive.”
Competition isn’t anything new for Kamrath, as he was able to visit victory lane against the best Sauble Speedway has to offer each week, en route to placing fifth in the year-end standings in 2017.
“Last year was a good year,” he said. “We got caught up in a lot of stupid wrecks that shouldn’t have happened, but it wasn’t a bad year. I can’t complain. I brought the car home in one piece after Autumn Colours, so that’s a success right there.”
For Kamrath, he got started in racing alongside his brother Andy back in 1998 when his dad got them both going in Jr Late Models. Since then, it’s been a career full of memorable moments, including partaking in a couple ALSTAR Late Model races.