After watching the Pro Late Models and the Canadian Vintage Modifieds have a successful Operation Green Flag event at Flamboro Speedway, it’s safe to say the Super Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Pure Stocks are excited to partake in the second round.
One of the Super Stock competitors that will be in attendance is Ethan Constable.
“I’m excited to get back to the track, not familiar with Flamboro but should be fun,” he told SHORT TRACK MUSINGS.
The Super Stock portion of the show promises to be full of excitement for the 50-lap feature, with several known front runners and champions sprinkled throughout the field. The drivers who have paid their registration to compete veterans like Tom Walters, Brad Collison, and Kevin Gallant – to young hot shoes like Cory McAllister, Coltin Everingham, and Gerrit Tiemersma.
“(It) could be one of the best turnouts for a super stock race in a long time – lots of competition and big names,” Constable commented.
Constable could easily insert himself in the conversation for the win, as he will enter the event following a successful 2019 campaign. Racing at Sunset Speedway on a weekly basis, he piloted the No. 11 to two wins and 11 top-10’s in feature action, along with four heat victories.
“Last season was a success with multiple feature wins and many many heat wins,” he reflected. “(I) accomplished everything I waned to.”
While many were bored through the quarantine, Constable says he has been focused on his own projects with small time he had off, while spending time with his family at home.
“We don’t see each other a lot anymore, (so) made the best of it, and (the) race car was the main focus as I heard rumours of a race happening which it did, thanks to Flammy,” he added.