The OSCAAR Hot Rods have a third feature winner in four events, with Dan Archibald scoring the victory on Friday night at Kawartha Speedway.
It’s about to get into the busy part of the season for the OSCAAR Modifieds with back-to-back events on tap for the ground pounders in their summer stretch. The open-wheel cars will first take to Kawartha Speedway on Friday July 21, followed by Full Throttle Motor Speedway on Sunday, July 23 and Flamboro Speedway the following weekend.
It seems Tyler Hawn has figured out the new OSCAAR Hot Rod Series, whether on dirt and asphalt. In the series’ first ever appearance on dirt as part of Brighton’s 50th Anniversary celebration, Hawn scored the feature victory.
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Following a two year hiatus, the OSCAAR Outlaw Super Late Models made their return to Kawartha Speedway last month, putting on a great show for the fans in attendance. Now with this coming Friday, July 21 marking the second event at the Fraserville, Ontario oval, it promises to be perhaps even better with a slew of stars expected to be in attendance.
For the first time in OSCAAR history, we’re going dirt racing as the OSCAAR Hot Rods will be racing at Brighton Speedway on Saturday night as part of the track’s 50th Anniversary celebration night.
Despite enduring some mechanical issues, Wally Wilson was able to leave Grand Bend Speedway with a podium finish.
After starting off the afternoon with high hopes of a strong performance in his homecoming to Sauble Speedway, it seemed nothing would go right mechanically for Wally Wilson Racing throughout the event.
ADAMS Motorsports is certainly enjoying the success coming their way right now as they picked up another top-five finish this past weekend at Sauble Speedway.
AJ Emms kept the solid finishes rolling this past weekend at Sauble Speedway, scoring his fourth straight top-five finish.