No matter which track you go to, the Bone Stocks are always there putting on a show with some of the craziest racing that you’ll probably witness throughout the entire night.
With the competition top-notch across the province, it’s easy to tell why everybody has their eye on where you will find drivers in 2019. Short Track Musings has been interviewing drivers since the last checkered flag of 2018, and will continue to do so as we move closer to May. In the process, drivers have revealed some plans.
Here is what we know when it comes to the Bone Stocks as of January 10, 2019.
Jeff Norman came out late in the Sunset Speedway season, but has made intentions known about being part of the full-time picture in 2019.
“My biggest surprise was how fast of a car; we just have not had luck on our side,” he told STM. “I feel that we have a top three race car. If we can stop having the issues that we are having, then we should be able to have better finishes moving forward.”
Additionally, his JNL Motorsports team has announced they will field a pair of entries, with rookie James Potentier behind the wheel.
Aundrea Lusk will be back in the fold for 2019, hoping to build upon the rookie experience that led her to a top-five finish in the year-end standings.
“Towards the end of the season I gained more confidence, and you could definitely see that reflect on the track,” she told STM. “I need to work on being more comfortable being around other cars on the track. As a new driver, I would often give up positions and let the more experienced drivers go. This year, I was able to prove my abilities as a driver and next year I will come back as a more experienced driver, taking more risks on the racetrack.”
Karlie Wilman reached out to STM recently to let us know that she will be following in her father’s footsteps, entering the Bone Stock division for 2019. There are also plans in the works to have Andy Milton Shilling behind the wheel of an SKLD Motorsports entry, as well.
If you’re a driver and want to have your plans listed in the Silly Season guide, please get a hold of Short Track Musing’s Ashley McCubbin immediately to do so.