With three top-five finishes, Gary Passer put together a solid campaign en route to finishing sixth in the OSCAAR Outlaw Super Late Model standings.
After success in the Limited Late Model ranks, Dario Capirchio made the jump up to Outlaw Super Late Model competition, posting some solid finishes.
From Flamboro Speedway in May all the way to Peterborough Speedway in October, the OSCAAR Outlaw Super Late Models were fast as ever, with great competition throughout the field.
As we continue counting down the top-10 drives, here are the competitors that made up eighth through 10th in the OSCAAR Super Late Model standings.
When it came to the OSCAAR Super Late Models at Peterborough Speedway, it was all about the Watson family. Brandon Watson wasted no time getting to the front to win the event for a second straight year, while Glenn Watson was crowned the 2017 series champion with a runner-up.
With five different drivers scoring a feature win this year, the competition looks to be tough, which presents well for this weekend as the OSCAAR Super Late Models look to cap off their season with the Autumn Colours Classic.
For the first time since 2015, OSCAAR will grace the high banks of Sunset Speedway as the series makes its return at the Velocity 250.
With all good things that begin, they must all at some point come to an end. That’s what we’re learning right now with racing season as it is set to come to a close in Ontario in just four weeks. Crazy, huh?
From Clayton Johns Media
In a pair of 35-lap features at Peterborough Speedway, a pair of veterans would score the victories, while another used consistency to lock himself into the pole for the Autumn Colours Classic.