Battling hard on a weekly basis, Karlie Wilman’s consistency through the 2019 Signs of Innovation Bone Stock season paid off at Sunset Speedway en route to a sixth-place finish in the year-end standings.
There are four races on the table left for the Outlaw Midgets, but there’s just one event left on the table before the 2019 Rookie of the Year is decided.
With his eighth victory of the 2019 campaign, it appears Daniel Hawn has a clear grasp on the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings. However, there are tons of points on the line for everyone to grab with three races remaining on the schedule.
Even though car count has not been as strong as everybody would’ve hoped, Flamboro Speedway’s Ray’s Towing & Recovery Super Stocks have continued to put on a strong show on a weekly basis.
Continuing to battle hard on a weekly basis, Andrew Shilling’s perseverance was rewarded in the year-end Signs of Innovation Bone Stock standings with a fifth-place finish in the final rankings.
With the first Mini Stock champion of the 2019 season crowned – congratulations Nolan Gould at Peterborough Speedway, and the playoffs looming, it seems drivers are continuing to step up their game so they can perhaps be part of the conversation for the win during the season-ending events.
Despite entering the season with excitement of her rookie campaign, Shiann Wilman was forced to scale back her schedule due to health reasons.