Racing at his home track, Wally Wilson put together an impressive performance, posting his first career OSCAAR Modified top-10 on Saturday night at Sauble Speedway.
While the night started off well for Luke Gignac at Sauble Speedway, it shouldn’t didn’t end how ADAMS Motorsports envisioned.
After entering the Gold Rush with confidence following a solid test at Flamboro Speedway, things did not go how Power To Go Motorsports envisioned.
Once he got out front, there was no stopping Andrew Gresel as he dominated en route to scoring his second straight Gold Rush 100 victory at Flamboro Speedway.
After taking the pole in time trials, Rodney Rutherford led flag-to-flag, holding off Gary Slama in the late stages to win the Gold Rush Pure Stock Invitational.
Jordan Hanna has been on a terror this season, and that continued this past weekend at Sauble Speedway as he scored his eighth feature victory of 2017 on Saturday night.
After the race leaders got together battling for the top spot in the closing stages, A.J. Emms got through first, picking up the victory on Saturday.
After going through some ups-and-downs through the past couple of weeks, Cameron McGlashan is getting his year back on track, scoring the Signs of Innovation Mini Stock feature victory on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.
Going with a double feature format on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway, Matt Haufe was quick in both events, scoring a pair of victories to just add to his stellar season thus far.
For the second straight weekend in a row, Brandon Watson visited victory lane at Sunset Speedway. While his previous win came behind the wheel of his Super Late Model, this time around it was driving his No. 9 APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour entry. After taking the lead at Lap 35, he did not look back in the AP Exhaust 100.