Making the long haul from the United States, Dalton Irish was quick all day at Sauble Speedway en route to winning the Mini Stock 50-lap invitational on Sunday.
The winning continues for Darren Dryden, as he won the T.Q. Can-Am Midget feature on Sunday at Sauble Speedway.
Taking the lead in the early stages, Brandon Hauck led the rest of the way en route to winning the T.Q. Can-Am Midget feature at Sauble Speedway on Sunday.
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Entering the Mini Stock 35 at Jukasa Motor Speedway, Samantha Shaw was just hoping for a solid top-10 finish. However, it turned out much better than that as she crossed the finish line in fourth.
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.
Gaining speed as the weekend went on, Wally Wilson was able to pick up a top-10 finish at Sauble Speedway.
As the expert panel of five discussed who should be included, there were several other drivers mentioned for consideration. So here are some of those competitors to keep an eye on as we enter the season.
In a unique partnership, ShortTrackMusings.com has partnered with the Rich Schwartzenburg- representing Ontario Mini Stocks facebook group to put together a top-10 ranking of the best asphalt drivers across the province.
After seeing steady improvement with his program the past couple years, Zac Sprung is ready to get back at it this season at Sauble Speedway.