Although Taylor Thring has quickly made herself known across the province of Ontario behind the wheel of her No. 55 Thring Motorsports Mustang and for her #BurnOutTheBully campaign, she is not stopping there. The 2019 race season brings forth the launch of her own promotion company, Dynamite Promotions.
After a solid second season in the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds, Jase Cornell is hoping last year’s pair of checkered flags were the first of many.
After a rough 2018 campaign, Kaitlyn Wallace is looking to turn over a new leaf heading into this year at Flamboro Speedway.
After seeing steady improvement with his program the past couple years, Zac Sprung is ready to get back at it this season at Sauble Speedway.
After south of the border the past couple of seasons, Ray Morneau will race in Canada for the 2019 campaign, competing at Delaware Speedway on a weekly basis in the track’s Late Model division.
As Stanley Motorsports gets ready to enter three cars in the OSCAAR Pro Sprint Series in 2019, one of the drivers behind the wheel will be Brad Holmes.
Although Taylor Thring will be busy with the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series, it doesn’t mean that she’s giving up being behind the wheel. The second generation racer confirmed that she will be splitting her time between Sunset Speedway, as well as a competing at a couple other tracks.