From Jim Clarke from Clarke Motorsports Communications
From Jim Clarke / Clarke Motorsports Communications for Peterborough Speedway
Although the panel mostly agreed on the 10 drivers that should be on this list, there were variations on how they should be ordered due to a variety of factors – competition, field size, and how each driver came across the result they got. So did we get it right this week?
While questions continue to be raised across the province about car counts, there is still some great competition happening at each of the speedways. So in hopes of creating some buzz, here are some thoughts for you to ponder.
Running competitively throughout the night, Wally Wilson scored his second straight Outlaw Midget top-10 finish at Peterborough Speedway.
In the first ever trip for the Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rods to Peterborough Speedway, it’d be Tyler Hawn winning the feature presented by Apsley Peterborough Transport.
Playing the patient game throughout the feature, Nolan Gould would make the pass in the late stages to get the lead and win the Jiffy Lube Mini Stock feature on Saturday night at Peterborough Speedway.
Known for her success at Peterborough Speedway via winning two of the last three Autumn Colours Classics, Jessica James once again visited victory lane on Saturday night in the Outlaw Midget feature.
The winning continues for Ryan Oosterholt, as he picked up the win in the Battlefield Equipment Rentals Bone Stock feature on Saturday night at Peterborough Speedway.
After an early battle for the lead, Mark Gordon took the advantage and never looked back en route to winning the KOD Disposal Super Stock feature on Saturday night at Peterborough Speedway.