Typically when it comes to racing, the key is making sure that you are faster than the rest of your competitors.
Another season of points competition at Flamboro Speedway has come to a close, with five new champions being crowned on Saturday night.
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.
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.
The season may seem far away with the snow on the ground, but it’s in fact just two and a half months away. That’s why Flamboro Speedway is ready to meet and greet fans this weekend at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo.
As the days continue to count down until spring with dreams of the snow melting soon, that hasn’t slowed work at Flamboro Speedway. The staff is currently busy putting together pieces for a successful 2019 race season.
After getting his feet wet in asphalt oval racing, Dylan Sharpe will be making the jump into the ever-competitive Flamboro Speedway Mini Stock division for 2019.
On Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway, you could easily tell it was championship night as it seemed the action was kicked up a notch.
Although Dylan Sharpe has been garnering a lot of attention in Flamboro Speedway’s Pure Stock division this season, that isn’t where everything began for him. Instead, though, his claim to fame began through drifting.
As the temperatures continue to stay hot, the action does on-track at Flamboro Speedway as well. Children were entertained on Saturday night, between receiving bikes and backpacks, to riding in the cars before the races began. The adults were also entertained, but we’d expect that based on the on-track action.