No matter what track you visit, it seems that the Bone and Pure Stocks are always putting on a great show. It’s also a great division to watch new talent emerge as drivers get their start behind the wheel.
With a best appearing contest leading the way, social media is a buzz about the Mini Stock division through the off-season so far. The news has continued to buzz with drivers releasing their plans for the season, so here are some more competitors who have openly discussed their 2020 plans as of January 30, 2020.
After a demanding schedule last season across the province in 2019, Brandon Feeney is taking a step-back this coming campaign.
Jade Franklin is set to chase a championship, as he will be driving the No. 3 Eldon Wallis-owned Spencer-Walt Motorsports entry full-time at Sunset Speedway in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Limited Late Model division.
Spencer-Walt Motorsports is proud to announce that they will be receiving marketing support for the 2020 campaign from Jordan Rooley and Scotiabank.
In keeping up with the discussion, here are some competitors who have openly discussed their 2020 plans as of January 24, 2020.
After taking a step back this season, Cameron McGlashan is ready to throw his hat back in the Mini Stock ring, ready for the full schedule at Sunset Speedway in 2020.