It seems the Pure Stocks are having all the fun this season thus far, as organizers have put together details surrounding a third big invitational event of the season.
Following a pair of successful events over the past couple of weeks, Flamboro Speedway is getting ready for another.
Behind the wheel of new cars for the SKLD Motorsports team, both Austyn Jennett and Doug Wilman ran into some gremlins ending their days early.
Continuing to push hard from the drop of the green flag, Andrew Shilling was able to leave Flamboro Speedway with a top-15 finish.
Even while dealing with mechanical issues, Karlie Wilman was able to wheel her new ride to a top-20 finish at Flamboro Speedway’s Operation Green Flag.
Running inside the top-10, Jordan Latimer saw his day end early at Flamboro Speedway’s Operation Green Flag as a result of an overheating issue.
Despite being challenged throughout the 50-lap feature, Ken Grubb held on to score the victory in the Super Stock portion of Operation Green Flag.
Finding his way to the front quickly, Karl Sault did not look back en route to winning the Mini Stock portion of Operation Green Flag at Flamboro Speedway.
Running up front all race long, Kris Khan would score the victory in the Pure Stock portion of Operation Green Flag at Flamboro Speedway. Kyle Neumeister laid down the quickest lap in […]
If the OSCAAR schedule had been taking place as scheduled, then July 4 would have marked Fan Appreciation / Toonie Night at Peterborough Speedway, featuring both the Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rods presented by Sauble Falls Tent and Trailer Park and Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints.