Throughout the province of Ontario, there are several young talented drivers that have caught the attention of everyone with success. One of those being Cole Burrows.
With solid consistency over the season, Nick Hamill was able to take home the Sauble Speedway Bone Stock Championship. As he reflected back on the season, he told SHORT TRACK MUSINGS he was “super pumped the way the season went; couldn’t ask for a better outcome.”
From the drop of the initial green flag this season at Sunset Speedway, the No. 81 Mustang could be seen at the front of the field with Samantha Shaw battling for checkered flags.
Jukasa Motor Speedway brought big excitement for the Hot Rods, but also was the sight of a shake-up in the Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rod standings. Meanwhile, Daniel Hawn was able to extend his advantage at the beach in the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint points.
The victories keep coming for Daniel Hawn, as he scored the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint feature presented by Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC win on Saturday night at Sauble 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.
Running a pair of APC Series events at Sauble Speedway this past weekend, Jade Franklin continued to impress in his young career.
Steadily improving over the course of the weekend at Sauble Speedway, Zach Latimer scored his first career top-10 feature finish in Ontario Legends Series competition.
Returning to the sight of his championship success, Kevin Bridge battled against the best drivers in Ontario for a top-10 finish.
Shae Gemmell doesn’t have to answer the question of when he will get his first career win anymore, as he passed J.R. Fitzpatrick in the late stages to win the APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour Beat The Heat 100 at Sauble Speedway.