From Jim Clarke | Clarke Motorsports Communications at Peterborough Speedway
A combination of 12 different feature winners including an American, along with three different disqualifications certainly made the decisions for the panel of five difficult this past week.
From Jim Clarke | Clarke Motorsports Communications for Peterborough Speedway
Wally Wilson has certainly found consistency this year in the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds, scoring his third straight 12th-place finish at Peterborough Speedway this past weekend.
Running in the top-10 all race long, Luke Gignac was able to complete the 40-lapper at Peterborough Speedway with a solid finish.
Despite being involved in a late-race incident, A.J. Emms was able to leave Peterborough Speedway with a top-10 finish.
The Farm Brothers certainly have Peterborough Speedway figured out, and it showed with a 1-2 finish in the feature on Saturday night.
For a lot of drivers in Ontario, their eyes have been on Jukasa Motor Speedway ever since the success of the first annual Canadian Stock Car Nationals last season. Mark Gordon is one of those who will hopefully attend the event in September, as he won the Peterborough Speedway qualifier feature on Saturday night.
It was a messy last couple of laps, but Ryan Oosterholt would ultimately come out on top to win the Bone Stock feature at Peterborough Speedway.
James Stanley can now call himself a feature winner in the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprints as he won the 25-lap event presented by PCI Imageware Corporation on Saturday night at Peterborough Speedway.