After experiencing success in the Mini Stock ranks, Jeremy McLean is set for a new challenge in 2018 with the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series. He recently shared his thoughts with SHORT TRACK MUSINGS.
After a successful stint in the Mini Stocks, Brad Martin will be one of the drivers vying for the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series championship in 2018.
Even though most of the teams are already busy preparing for the 2018 campaign, there was still some left over business from last year as 2017 OSCAAR Hot Rod Series Champion Tyler Hawn was recognized at the series banquet on Saturday, February 3.
It seems with each season, tracks and series continue to step up their game in trying to market to fans and attract racers to their speedways. 2018 is no exception to the rule, given the amount of big events already announced.
Showing speed right from the start of the season opener at Kawartha Speedway, Tyler Hawn was solid right through the entire year en route to being crowned the inaugural Hot Rod Series Champion.
When Short Track Musings asked Adam Misener to reflect back on last year, his answer was simple and straight to the point.
Catching the attention of everyone watching, Dan Price impressed with his classic 1957 Chevrolet Bell Air en route to placing second in the OSCAAR Hot Rod standings.