There’s no doubt that everybody is excited for the race season to begin at Flamboro Speedway. It promises to be a busy summer with lots going on from the first weekend in May, to the Halloween Enduro in October.
Despite having a stellar season that led to the 2018 APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour Championship, J.R. Fitzpatrick hasn’t settled down through the winter, putting in the hard work to come out stronger in 2019.
In an effort to get back to running up front on a weekly basis, Josh Stade will be taking his Pro Late Model program in a different direction for 2019.
After a competitive consistent season that led to winning the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Division I Ontario Provincial Championship, Danny Benedict is ready to double down this year at Sunset Speedway.
Since then, plans for 2019 have continued to find their way into public domain. So here are some more competitors who have openly discussed their 2019 plans as of March 5, 2019.
After racking up wins in the Super Stock division at Delaware Speedway, Darrell Lake will be making the step up to the APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour in 2019.
After a successful rookie campaign, Tyler Di Venanzo and RD Racing are moving to the Pro Late Model ranks for the 2019 racing season. In one of the most fun, unique interviews, SHORT TRACK MUSINGS caught up with Tyler, as well as his father Rob Di Venanzo, to get their thoughts going into the year.