The off-season for many drivers involves going through their car and making the necessary improvements and upgrades. Kevin Spiez has done that the past eight years, but was ready for a change in 2019.
Wally Wilson Racing is proud to announce that The Fyre Place & Patio Shop will continue to be the primary sponsor on both the No. 69 Queenston OSCAAR Modified and No. 69 Outlaw Midget in 2019.
With the days counting down to the new season, Wally Wilson Racing has been working in the shop preparing the cars, while putting together marketing partners.
Wally Wilson has a full schedule on tap, as he is set to run all of the Queenston OSCAAR Modified events in 2019. Though he isn’t ready to let go of his roots yet, electing to compete in a partial Outlaw Midget campaign as well.
Race fans, begin planning your summer racing schedules. In addition to several tracks and series having already released their tentative plans already, three more touring divisions joined the fray with the release of their schedules on Tuesday, January 22.
Jordan Howse had run Outlaw Midget events before, but getting behind the wheel of the Brian Woodland owned No. 48 proved to be the magic ticket. He scored his first career Outlaw Midget feature victory on Saturday night at Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic.
Since 50 laps – well 48, but we’ll get to that – in the OSCAAR Modified wasn’t enough, Wally Wilson performed double duty in running the Outlaw Midget event as well. Ultimately, he was able to leave Sunset Speedway with a top-10 finish.