Through the past several years, Rob McCall has made himself known as one of the strongest drivers behind the wheel of a flat-bottom midget. Though now, he will embark a new challenge within the division.
Since the beginning of the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds, Gary McLean has been a threat to win races. That’s something that will not change in 2019.
As the Living Lighting Canada OSCAAR Pro Sprints continued to grow, there will be a new flock of new faces entering the division in 2019. One of those new drivers is Dylan Little.
After showing speed with a couple heat victories through the 2018 campaign, Parker Traves is hoping a new approach to his program will allow him to elevate his program.
Derek Henderson hadn’t been behind the wheel of a racecar for 15 years, but a phone call from Dan Price to run his Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rod at Kawartha Speedway two years ago changed that.
After making a pair of trips to victory lane last season, Frank Davey is ready to get back at it this year in the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock division at Sunset Speedway.
After pitting for a friend through the 1980’s, Bob Franks got his chance behind the wheel in the thunder car division.