Following a great season of competition across the province, everybody came together for the short track year-end playoffs. With each track hosting a big event, a lot of talent was showcased with the cream rising to the crop, as familiar faces found their way to victory lane. It also did not go as smoothly as warranted for everybody, though, as some drivers suffered bad luck along the way.
From the green flag of the season at Sunset Speedway, to the final checkered waved at Peterborough Speedway, it was an exciting campaign for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds.
Despite his season coming to a close earlier than expected, Dylan Little was able to showcase his talent behind the wheel of a Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint in 2019.
Typically when it comes to racing, the key is making sure that you are faster than the rest of your competitors.
From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting second year for the Signs of Innovation Bone Stocks at Sunset Speedway. There were lots of battles back and forth on a weekly basis, with a touch controversy to spice things up, and a couple different faces gracing victory lane along the way.
Poised for a strong run, Zach Latimer saw his Autumn Colours Classic feature end sooner than he had originally envisioned.
Driving three different cars throughout the weekend at the Autumn Colours Classic, Wally Wilson was able to cap off the year with some solid performances.