After showing progress through the season, Ryan Battilana has asserted himself as one of the early contenders for the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint Championship this season.
In keeping up with the discussion, here are some competitors who have openly discussed their 2020 plans as of May 5, 2020.
After showing that he could run with the front runners on a weekly basis in 2019, there’s only one thing on James Stanley’s mind as we enter 2020 – the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint Championship.
After getting his feet wet in midget competition the past year, Josh Inglis is ready to tackle the challenge of suspension with the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints.
After a solid, yet fun Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint campaign, it’s no surprise Rob McCall is looking forward to the season ahead of him.
After a solid campaign in the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints last year that earned him the Most Improved Driver Award at the banquet, Kevin Taylor is ready to push for more in 2020.
After a strong showing this past season, Gary Triska will once again be returning for the 2020 Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint campaign.
Ready to embark on his third campaign in the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints, Tyler Cullen is ready to improve upon his success the past two years.
Following a successful rookie campaign, it’s no surprise that Brad Holmes is excited for another season on Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint competition.
Even though preparations have already began for the 2020 campaign, there was still some left over business from last year as the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint drivers and crews together to celebrate everybody’s accomplishments.