MILGROVE, Ontario — Taking the top spot just past the halfway mark, Steve Book held off the field en route to winning the Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rod Frostoberfest feature presented by Doug’s Gas Service.
Steve Book won the first heat ahead of Billy Alderson Jr., Dalen Martin, Adrian Foster, Bob Parsons, Sean Walker, Brandon Robertson, Dan Rothwell, and Dustin Kellar.
Dalen Martin won the third heat ahead of Hawn, Book, Foster, Bill Clarke, Alderson Jr., Mercer, and Robertson, with Cowan pulling off due to mechanical issues.
There was a quick caution at Lap 9 in the fourth heat for Kellar going around, which Walker pulled off under the yellow flag. Jerry Broom picked up the win ahead of Parsons, Nick Clarke, McLean, Rothwell, MacDonald, Kellar, and Walker.
Come feature time, Jerry Broom started pole ahead of Billy Alderson Jr., Dalen Martin, Nick Clarke, Tyler Hawn, Steve Book, Bob Parsons, Bill Clarke, Adrian Foster, Jeremy McLean, Bobby Mercer, Sean Walker, Brandon Robertson, Dustin Kellar, Ryan Cowan, and Sean Walker.
Jerry Broom snagged the early lead ahead of Martin, Alderson Jr., Hawn, Book, Nick Clarke, and Parsons, with Cowan heading off the track on Lap 3, done for the event. Parsons would get alongside Clarke for sixth on Lap 4, with Book getting by Hawn for fourth a lap later. Parsons took over the sixth spot on Lap 6, bringing Foster through with him. Clarke now ran eighth ahead of Bill Clarke, Mercer, McLean, and Milwain.
Book continued to move forward, passing Alderson Jr. for third on Lap 9, with Hawn continuing to run fifth as Parsons and Foster battled for sixth. Parsons held off the challenge, keeping sixth until the caution came out at Lap 12 for MacDonald slowing on the frontstretch and Kellar going around in turn four.
The restart would see Martin get slideways, allowing Alderson Jr. to grab the lead with Martin back to second ahead of Broom. Book would then pass Broom for third on Lap 13, while Hawn rounded out the top-five. Book got alongside Martin for second on Lap 14, completing the pass challenge, and bringing Broom through with him.
Hawn would be the next to challenge Martin for position, with Martin coming down on him a little in turn one, causing both drivers to go around. With 12 laps to go, Alderson Jr. led Book, Broom, Foster, Bill Clarke, Nick Clarke, Mercer, Parsons, Rothwell, Robertson, Walker, MacDonald, and Hawn.
The restart would see a battle for the lead between Alderson Jr. and Book, with Book taking over the top spot on Lap 20 ahead of Alderson Jr., as Foster and Broom battled for third. Broom took the spot a lap later ahead of Foster, as Nick Clarke ran fifth ahead of Bill Clarke, Parsons, Mercer, Rothwell, Hawn, and Walker.
Hawn continued to move forward, passing Rothwell for ninth on Lap 22, with Walker continuing to run 11th ahead of Martin, McLean, and Robertson. Hawn would then get by Mercer on Lap 27 to move up into eighth.
Steve Book picked up the win ahead of Billy Alderson Jr., Jerry Broom, Adrian Foster, and Nick Clarke. Bill Clarke finished sixth, followed by Bob Parsons, Tyler Hawn, Bobby Mercer, and Dan Rothwell. Dalen Martin finished 11th, followed by Sean Walker, Jeremy McLean, Brandon Robertson, Pat MacDonald, Dustin Kellar, and Ryan Cowan.
The Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rods are back in action this weekend at Peterborough Speedway for the Autumn Colours Classic, with their feature presented by the Don Hawn Memorial Fund.
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OSCAAR’s 2019 racing season is supported by several dedicated partners including Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Knightworks Design, Living Lighting Canada, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd., American Racer, and Grisdale Race Products.