Battling for the win in both features, Treyten Lapcevich put together a solid performance en route to the overall Ray’s Towing and Recovery Super Stock Frostoberfest victory.
With nine features run throughout Saturday, it was safe to say that there was a lot of action on the track at Flamboro Speedway’s Frostoberfest.
Another season of points competition at Flamboro Speedway has come to a close, with five new champions being crowned on Saturday night.
This past Saturday night, Flamboro Speedway staff and drivers joined together with fans to honor the drivers, crew members, and staff of the past. The celebration together, including an autograph session and corn roast, brought smiles to everyone’s faces.
Starting on pole, Kevin Gallant would not relinquish the lead throughout the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series The Basement Store 100 for his first victory of the season.
With tons of smiles through the pits, it was easy to see that Kid’s Ride Night was a success at Flamboro Speedway with a bunch of the younger racing fans getting to ride around the speedway on-board a racecar. Though on top of that, they were treated to some great racing on-track.
Despite a thunderstorm knocking at the backdoor ready to crash the party at any minute, Flamboro Speedway officials were able to push through and get the whole night of action-packed racing in for the fans.
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.
Despite running into power issues, Flamboro Speedway was able to get in the entire night of racing, thanks to J.R. Fitzpatrick loaning his generator. It was a gesture that earned him the EPIC Racewear Move of the Night Award from the track.
Despite rain being in the area, Flamboro Speedway was able to get some racing in on Saturday, June 15 with some of the scheduled events being run before the skies opened up.