For a lot of nine-year-olds, they are sitting in the grandstands at their favourite race tracks across the province, hoping to be behind the wheel of a stock car one day down […]
The Ontario Government released the first phase in their plan to re-open the province amidst the coronavirus pandemic. While it was a lengthy list, there was a section that caught the attention of many race fans across the province.
From Gord Bennett
Following suit with the first couple of series schedules, fans got a glimpse of what to expect this season at both Full Throttle Motor Speedway @ Varney and Full Throttle Motor Speedway @ Grand Bend.
With his eighth victory of the 2019 campaign, it appears Daniel Hawn has a clear grasp on the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings. However, there are tons of points on the line for everyone to grab with three races remaining on the schedule.
Making his way to the front quickly, Daniel Hawn did not look back en route to winning the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint feature presented by GB Advance Power Coating.
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?
For the second straight week in a row, the Golden Boy was in victory lane as Daniel Hawn won the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint feature presented by Advantage Powder Coatings at Grand Bend Speedway.
OSCAAR is proud to announce that Advantage Powder Coating will be sponsoring the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint events at Grand Bend Speedway on July 6 and September 7.
Each week, Short Track Musings will be releasing a guide of where to catch some short track asphalt racing action across Ontario.