Glenn Watson topped off his stellar Outlaw Ontario Super Late Model season with a bang, scoring the victory at Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic.
Running up front throughout the 75-lap feature on Saturday at Jukasa Motor Speedway, Glenn Watson scored himself another top-five with a fourth-place finish.
From Randy Spencer at Flamboro Speedway
After starting off the year in victory lane, Glenn Watson was consistent all the way through the 2017 OSCAAR Outlaw Super Late Model season en route to being crowned the series champion.
Constantly challenging for victories, and consistency across the board produced one of the best seasons of Glenn Watson’s career as he was able to take home a pair of championships at year end.
When it came to the OSCAAR Super Late Models at Peterborough Speedway, it was all about the Watson family. Brandon Watson wasted no time getting to the front to win the event for a second straight year, while Glenn Watson was crowned the 2017 series champion with a runner-up.
After a great year of competition for Sunset Speedway’s Fast Eddie Late Models, it’d be Glenn Watson taking home the Velocity 250 victory and division championship on Sunday evening.
With top of the shelf racing across their multitude of divisions, OSCAAR has become one of the premiere racing divisions in Ontario for competitors who are looking for that extra bit of competition. This year is no different, with a wide variety of success so far in 2017. With that in mind, here is the first edition of Five Thoughts dedicated solely to OSCAAR.
Glenn Watson continues to prove why he’s one of the quickest super late model drivers in the province, picking up another victory on Friday night at Kawartha Speedway.