OSCAAR has seen several memorable racing families be a part of the series over the years, including the Horner’s. Known for their success, the family got to engrave their name on the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified Championship trophy in 2018 when Cory Horner won the series title.
After a successful first round of Operation Green Flag, it’s just mere days now until the second round takes place at Flamboro Speedway. The July 4 event will feature the Pure Stocks and Mini Stocks for 40 laps, with the Super Stocks running 50 laps.
Throughout the past eight years, four different drivers have been able to call themselves a Queenston Chverolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified presented by Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd., The Fyre Place & Patio Shop, and Touchwood Cabinets Champion.
From Clayton Johns at Ohsweken Speedway
Continuing to learn more throughout the day, Wally Wilson scored a 14th-place finish in his Pro Late Model debut as part of Operation Green Flag at Flamboro Speedway.
Running inside the top-10 all day long, Jade Franklin put together a solid event en route to placing sixth in the Operation Green Flag 60-lap affair at Flamboro Speedway.
T.J. Marshall may have started at the back, but he did not let them stop him en route to picking up the Operation Green Flag victory at Flamboro Speedway this past weekend.
The lead change may have happened with a bit of contact, but there was no stopping the No. 28 Castrol Edge entry on Saturday at Flamboro Speedway as he scored the victory in the Pro Late Model portion of Operation Green Flag.
The countdown is now on for the first green flag of the 2020 season, with the Canadian Vintage Modifieds set to run a pair of 20-lap features on June 20.
After a long off-season, it’s time to get to the track as Jade Franklin and JF Motorsports will be one of the teams on the grid for Flamboro Speedway’s season opener, as part of Operation Green Flag.