Following a pair of successful events over the past couple of weeks, Flamboro Speedway is getting ready for another.
T.J. Marshall may have started at the back, but he did not let them stop him en route to picking up the Operation Green Flag victory at Flamboro Speedway this past weekend.
The countdown is now on for the first green flag of the 2020 season, with the Canadian Vintage Modifieds set to run a pair of 20-lap features on June 20.
It may be a couple months delayed from being originally scheduled, but Flamboro Speedway is set to host their first event of the 2020 campaign on June 20.
While it may be freezing outside, the snow is eventually going to melt and when it does, Flamboro Speedway is prepared to bring the heat with an action-packed summer of racing.
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.
With all eyes on the championship battle for the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series, the rest of the field was set on stealing the glory with a trip to victory lane.
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.
Before you can race in the bigger classes of motorsports, you need to get your start somewhere. For a lot of drivers, it was in the four-cylinder Mini Stocks and Pure Stocks. Those classes shined on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway, with one driver sweeping the night.
Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway marked the second round of the Grisdale Triple Crown, and it did not disappoint.