Even though preparations are already in high gear for the 2020 campaign, there was still some left over business to attend to from the 2019 season. This past Saturday February 1, all of the drivers and crews got together to celebrate the 2019 track champions and hand out some hardware.
As the teams work away in the shop to be ready for the upcoming race season, the tracks and series are in the process of finalizing everything together. The Outlaw Midgets were the most recent series to join the fray, releasing their 2020 tentative schedule.
After a successful season in 2019, Rick Burbridge is one of several drivers returning to Flamboro Speedway, ready to chase both the track and Grisdale Triple Crown Championship.
After a solid campaign in the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints last year that earned him the Most Improved Driver Award at the banquet, Kevin Taylor is ready to push for more in 2020.
Through the off-season, the Canadian Vintage Modifieds have shown steady growth under the direction of John Karley with new sponsors and drivers jumping on-board. It appears as though the rookie class will be pretty stout, and one of the drivers hoping to take home Rookie of the Year honors is Michael Kenny.
After a busy 2019 campaign with racing in two different series, Julia Capirchio admits that she has not solidified her plans for the upcoming season yet.
After a career in racing lasting over 30 years, it appears that the 2020 Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified campaign will mark the last year behind the wheel for Ken Hayward.