The details surrounding the 2020 Flamboro Speedway schedule continue to be revealed, and things just keep getting better and more exciting with each turn of the page.
While everybody wants to harp on the highs of the season, there are always certainly some lows. Eric Stewart unfortunately got to experience a bit of both in his foray behind the wheel this season.
For those who are a fan of the open-wheel modifieds, you will get to witness them fighting for a one-of-a-kind prized trophy at Flamboro Speedway this season.
When the 2019 season originally began at Flamboro Speedway, Mark Thorne was supposed to just run a part-time campaign, filling in Phil Givens. Though a couple weeks in, plans would change with him becoming the primary driver.
The fans at Flamboro Speedway will get to see some of the best drivers in Pro Late Models once again in 2020, as the APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour will be visiting the facility twice.
From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting year for the Ray’s Towing & Recovery Super Stocks at Flamboro Speedway, with lots of battles back and forth on a weekly basis.
After a solid campaign in 2018, Leo Labarbera knew that he would be one of the drivers to watch in 2019 at Flamboro Speedway. However, that does not mean he was surprised about being crowned the McClurkin Properties Cambridge Pure Stock Champion.