There are plenty of nights on the 2019 schedule that you want to be at Flamboro Speedway – actually, every race night is a good. However, there are certain ones that fans should be circling. Kid’s Ride Night on August 3 is one of those special nights.
Although the panel mostly agreed on the 10 drivers that should be on this list, there were variations on how they should be ordered due to a variety of factors – competition, field size, and how each driver came across the result they got. So did we get it right this week?
Billy Schwartzenburg’s experience at Flamboro Speedway paid off on Saturday night, as he was able to pick up his first career APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario victory in the London Recreational Racing 100.
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.
Scott Mast, James Townsend, Samantha Shaw, Ryan Oosterholt, Karl Sault, and Brian WIlson. These were names that were discussed en route to putting together this week’s top-10 ranking after the past two weeks of competition. However, believe it or not, they are not among the final top-10. So who actually made the list?
With the sun shining bright over the oval, the drivers battled hard throughout the night en route to seeing a couple first time feature winners.