From Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series PR As we wait for restrictions to be lifted allowing the Outlaws to hit the track in 2021, we have a few modifications to our […]
The different series across Ontario continue dropping their schedules, with the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Models being the latest to do so. The season will kick off in a big way, with […]
This past weekend allotted an opportunity for the drivers and crew members, along with staff at Sunset Speedway to gather together to celebrate the season that was in 2019.
Making his Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series debut at Sunset Speedway, Robbie Sikes showed a lot of speed before mechanical issues ending his night early.
Performing double duty on Velocity 250 weekend, Rick Spencer-Walt made the most of his weekend with a pair of trips to victory lane.
In dominating fashion, Rick Spencer-Walt would cruise to his first career Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model feature victory on Sunday night at Sunset Speedway.
A strong run would come to an early end for Rick Spencer-Walt on Saturday night at Jukasa Motor Speedway, when he was forced to pit with mechanical issues.
It was not about having the fastest car on Saturday night at Jukasa Motor Speedway for the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Models, but instead who would be there when the checkered flag flew. Phil Bozell was the man who stood in victory lane at the race’s completion.
No matter what he is behind the wheel of, Cayden Lapcevich has shown he can get the job done. He did just that on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway, dominating the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series presented by the Canadian Concrete Expo’s Don Biederman Memorial at Flamboro Speedway.
From Jim Clarke from Clarke Motorsports Communications