After a small break, the OSCAAR Pro Sprint are set to get back to action this weekend at Flamboro Speedway for their third event of the season.
Daniel Hawn enters as the series points leader with momentum on his side after winning the last seven straight features dating back to last season. Notably, his string of success including winning the last three consecutive events at Flamboro, as well.
While he may be the man to beat, there is a full field of competitors ready to challenge him and possibly beat him.
James Stanley will be looking to get his season back on-track after completely rebuilding his car following a wreck at Sunset Speedway. Prior to that wreck at Sunset in July, he posted a third-place finish in the May season opener. He has ran well at Flamboro Speedway previously, picking up a seventh in the spring of 2017.
Keeping it in the family, Shawn Stanley will look to build upon a ninth-place finish at Sunset in July.
Rob Summers will be looking for another top-10 as he enters this weekend following a seventh-place finish at Sunset Speedway. He has ran well at Flamboro previously, picking up a fifth-place finish.
Gary Triska will be looking for another top-10 this weekend after placing 10th at Sunset Speedway in July. He has well at Flamboro previously, scoring a pair of ninths in August 2017.
Ryan Battilana will hope to score his first career OSCAAR podium finish this weekend as he has started off the 2018 campaign with a pair of fourths at Sunset Speedway.
Steadily improving with each lap, Jayden Riddel is another possible candidate for a first OSCAAR Pro Sprint podium after scoring his first top-five with a fifth at Sunset Speedway.
Kevin Taylor, meanwhile, hopes to get things back on the upswing. He finished fifth in the season opener, but backed it up with a eighth just over a month later.
Parker Bowman will be looking to get his season back on-track as he showed speed with a sixth in the season opener, though finished 14th in the most recent event.
Sophie Horton may be a rookie, but she’s proving that she can race door-to-door with the best in OSCAAR Pro Sprint competition after scoring a pair of runner-ups to kick off 2018.
Norman Newman is the only driver other than Daniel Hawn to win more than a single heat race this year, proving that he has the speed to get the job done. He also enters this weekend with momentum following a third in his most recent series start.
Fresh off his first career heat win at Sunset in July, Tyler Cullen hopes to score his first OSCAAR top-five after finishing sixth in the feature.
The Anthony brothers will hope to get the bugs worked out as issues plagued their runs, keeping them both outside of the top-10 at Sunset Speedway.
Preview Written by Ashley McCubbin