MILLGROVE, Ontario — While familiar faces found their way to victory lane, a couple others were able to accomplish the feat with Logan White and Kaitlyn Wallace scoring their first career feature victories on Saturday at Flamboro Speedway.
Starting at the front of the first feature, Logan White was able to lead flag-to-flag en route to his first career Pro Late Model victory in front of Mark Burbridge, Chris Howse, Kevin Albers, and Rick Burbridge. Trevor Thompson worked his way forward for sixth ahead of Ty Cavallin, Kevin Gallant, Shawn Chenoweth, and David Gallinger.
The second 25-lap affair saw a similar story written, with Shawn Chenoweth pacing the field all the way through this time around ahead of Rick Burbridge, Chris Howse, Kevin Albers, and Ty Cavallin. Trevor Thompson was sixth once again, followed by Mark Burbridge, Kevin Gallant, Logan White, and David Gallinger.
After a solid top-10 at Delaware Speedway, Chase Pinsonneault put together an impressive run en route to winning the first Super Stock feature, followed by Lane Zardo, Roy Wilkie, Kelsey Lamont, and Justin Collison. Steve Cashmore and Austin Penney rounded out the field.
Taking the lead on the second lap, Roy Wilkie led the rest of the way for the second 25-lap affair, in front of Lane Zardo, Chase Pinsonneault, Justin Collison, and Kelsey Lamont. Steve Cashmore and Austin Penney rounded out the field.
Starting mid-pack did not stop Bobby Mercer, as he took the lead on Lap 17 of the first Mini Stock feature, pacing the final eight laps to win ahead of Mike Gilmour, Karl Sault, Michael Kenny, and Kaitlyn Wallace. Nikki King was seventh, while Mike Thomosn, John Istead, and Matt Young failed to finish.
Continuing to improve on a weekly basis has been the name of the game for Kaitlyn Wallace, and everything came together on Saturday with her first career Mini Stock feature victory. Karl Sault placed second, followed by Bobby Mercer, Mike Thomson, and Mike Gilmour. John Istead was sixth in front of Michael Kenny and Nikki King, while Matt Young did not take the green flag.
Ricky Willigar was able to get out front on Lap 2, and did not look back as he won the first Canadian Vintage Modified feature ahead of Rodney Rutherford, Quintin Murdoch, Steve Murdoch, and Darren McLennan. Scott Tonelli was sixth, followed by Jae Pepin, while Rob Twitchett did not finish.
Starting mid-pack in the second 25-lap affair did not slow Willigar, as he took the lead on Lap 7 to pace the rest of the way en route to the nightly double. Quintin Murdoch also made his way forward for second, in front of Rodney Rutherford, Darren McLennan, and Steve Murdoch. Jae Pepin and Rob Twitchett were next in line, while Scott Tonelli did not finish.
Thanks to Derek Smith (http://www.racepulse.com), Peter Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Zoompics.com for their images of the racing action each week.
Thanks to Ingrid Hartman for filming each week. Be sure to check out her videos at https://www.youtube.com/user/petalpower51/videos.
The next event at Flamboro Speedway is scheduled for Saturday, September 10, which is Flamboro Memorial & Fan Appreciation Corn Roast. Please be sure to join us for an autograph session, as well as a corn roast after the event, courtesy of Kevin Gallant and Brad Collison. The action on-track will feature the championship night for the Ontario Sportsman Series with twin 40-lap features. There will also be the Pro Late Models, Ontario Pro Challenge Series, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Pure Stocks.
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
Categories: Canadian Vintage Modified, Flamboro Speedway, Press Release, Race Reports
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