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2020 Mini Stock Silly Season Synopsis Update No. 2

With a best appearing contest leading the way, social media is a buzz about the Mini Stock division through the off-season so far. The news has continued to buzz with drivers releasing their plans for the season, so here are some more competitors who have openly discussed their 2020 plans as of January 30, 2020.

After taking a step back this season, Cameron McGlashan is ready to throw his hat back in the Mini Stock ring, ready for the full schedule at Sunset Speedway in 2020.

“I think 2020 is gonna be an interesting year with the track switching tires and the possibility of the entire province going to one set of rules,” he commented. “It could really help get this division back to where it was in 2017 with 25-30 cars every week with seven-eight cars having a chance at winning at any time.”

After winning the Pure Stock Championship last season at Flamboro Speedway, Leo Labarbera admitted to STM in November that he hadn’t solidified his plans yet.

“We haven’t decided if we’re going to stick with pure stock or move up to mini stock,” he said. “We have a car for each so we’re going to try the mini stock division, but someone said nobody has done a back-to-back championship at pure stock so that’d be something to aim for.

“So I may want to try mini stock a bit, but something is telling me that trying for a back-to-back championship is cool, too. ”

Jeff Laflamme plans to be back behind the wheel of his Mustang once again, competing in the specials at Sauble Speedway and Jukasa Motor Speedway in 2020.

Tristan Da Silva revealed that he will be returning once again to Ohsweken Speedway as he is proud to the call the dirt track his home.

After a stellar campaign at Peterborough Speedway, Nolan Gould admitted that his plans are currently still up in the air as of right now. He plans to run the mini stock for “certain events, but hoping to riding a couple rides in some other classes 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. 

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