From Randy Spencer at Flamboro Speedway
With 15 top-10’s, Kyle Istead put together a solid year in 2017 at Flamboro Speedway. He will be back next season, and shared his thoughts for SHORT TRACK MUSINGS.
This past season at Flamboro Speedway, Shawn Taylor was able to put together a lot of success with seven wins and 24 top-fives along the way. As he prepares for 2018, he took some time to offer his thoughts for SHORT TRACK MUSINGS.
With a feature victory and 28 top-fives last year, it’s safe to say that Allie Ditner had a great season at Flamboro Speedway in 2017. The No. 61 will be back in 2018, and Ditner offered some thoughts to SHORT TRACK MUSINGS on what is shaping up to be an even better campaign.
Coming off a solid rookie campaign, Jonathan Ayrton will once again be driving for the Fireball 5 Racing Team at Flamboro Speedway this season. However, it won’t be the same car as the team has switched from a front-wheel drive car, to a rear-wheel drive car following some driver input.
After a solid rookie campaign which saw him place in the top-10 of the year-end Flamboro Speedway standings, Matt Young will return to the 1/3-mile asphalt oval in 2018.
Making his debut mid-season at Flamboro Speedway, Erik Dalla Riva immediately impressed as he was able to visit victory lane on a pair of occasions before the year was over. He recently took some time to talk to SHORT TRACK MUSINGS about the experience, and more.