MILLGROVE, Ontario — Flamboro Speedway will play host to some great racing action in September, with further details announced surrounding September 12.
As previously revealed, the APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour will make their lone stop of 2020 at the 1/3 mile oval as part of their as part of their five event schedule is set to take place on September 12, with the London Recreational Racing 100.
The series announced a couple days later they will be joined by the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds presented by Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd., Touchwood Cabinets, and The Fyre Place & Patio Shop, Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints, and the Super Stocks.
With the current government restrictions, no spectators are allowed to be in attendance for the event. However, the APC Series has partnered with GForceTV to broadcast the event. Fans are encouraged to log on for the service free on their website at http://www.GForce.net to take in the action, as well as other racing.
The OSCAAR Modifieds visited the 1/3 mile on a couple different occasions this past season, with close battles for positions each time, including some events coming down to the final laps. Eventual series champion A.J. Emms scored a pair of wins, while it was Andy Kamrath taking home the race victory in October.
The Modifieds have made 17 trips to the Millgrove, Ontario oval, with John Harper leading the series with four victories. While nine different drivers have hoisted the trophy, only three have won on multiple occasions, with Gary McLean and Emms joining Harper.
The OSCAAR Pro Sprints made three trips to Flamboro Speedway last season, and proved to put on thrilling shows, battling three-wide at times for positions. Ultimately, Daniel Hawn was the man on top through the year, sweeping all three shows. It’s not surprising, as he has won eight out of the previous 15 races ran there. Only one other driver has won more than once there, with Jordan Hanna scoring the win on three occasions.
The Super Stocks have already gotten the chance to tackle Flamboro Speedway this year, putting on a barnburner of a show in June. Ultimately, it was Ken Grubb that was able to hold off Rick Verberne in the closing stages, despite a couple bumps to the rear bumper.
Be sure to keep up with the latest by checking out Flamboro Speedway’s website at http://www.flamborospeedway.ca. You can also keep up via your favorite social networking website by following the speedway on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FlamboroSpdwy and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/flamborospeedway. Fans are encouraged to like the speedway’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Flamboro-Speedway-Authorized-Page-102328664646735/.
By: Ashley McCubbin