MILLGROVE, Ontario — Taking the lead in the late stages of the London Recreational Racing 100, Kyle Steckly won the APC Auto Parts United Late Model Series event at Flamboro Speedway. APC […]
MILLGROVE, Ontario — The long off-season finally came to a close for Flamboro Speedway, as they hosted their first event of 2021 on Saturday, June 19. Despite a little bit of rain […]
With each season that comes up for the Super Stocks, there is always a list of drivers that everyone is keeping an eye on, wondering how they’re going to perform. As always, […]
After watching the Pro Late Models and Canadian Vintage Modifieds get their turn at returning to the track, the next set of divisions are ready to go with the Super Stocks, Mini Stocks, Pure Stocks scheduled for Operation Green Flag on July 4 at Flamboro Speedway. One of the drivers scheduled to be part of the field is Gerrit Tiemersma.
After coming close to victory throughout the 2019 campaign, Gerrit Tiemersma was able to break through in the biggest event of the season – the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock Velocity 250 feature.
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 some help from Dan Cabral at Cabral Racing Promotions, here are some more drivers who have openly discussed their 2019 plans as of January 10, 2019.
In a race that had a little bit of everything on Sunday at Sauble Speedway, it was Gerrit Tiemersma scoring the feature victory for the Great Lakes Concrete Series Super Stocks.
The initial list of 5 TO WATCH saw big names dropped that could possibly insert themselves in not only the conversation to win races, but possibly the championship. However, the discussion doesn’t end there. Here is part two.
For the first time in the history of the event, someone not named Lane Zardo picked up the victory, as it was Gerrit Tiemersma winning the APC Auto Parts Thunder Car Youngguns Showcase this year.