Robertson and Co. Racing has been involved in motorsports for a long time, and anybody with experience in motorsports knows what there are ups and downs. Last year, unfortunately, was the later for the group.
The off-season has seen a spike in numbers for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds, with a realistic shot of having 30 cars entered for the season opening Spring Velocity event at Sunset Speedway.
With S2RT Racing’s primary driver Curtis Stewart on vacation, he has pegged past G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore Mini Stock Division Champion Cameron McGlashan to drive the No. 6 Mini Stock for Sunset Speedway’s opening night.
After spending the past couple seasons between Sauble Speedway and Full Throttle Motor Speedway, Phil Givens will call a different track home this year.
As the expert panel of five discussed who should be included, there were several other drivers mentioned for consideration. So here are some of those competitors to keep an eye on as we enter the season.
SKLD Motorsports will have a busy summer as they are proud to announce that Cheyenne Charles will be behind the wheel of the team’s fourth Signs of Innovation Bone Stock entry.
If there was an award for the most dedicated Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified racer, it would certainly go to Mike Hearty. To be able to compete with the division, Hearty makes the trip from Sault St. Marie to the various tracks on the schedule.