Last season when Jake Watson announced he was going to jump behind the wheel of a Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified, he was one of those rookies to keep an eye […]
With each season that comes up in the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds, there is always a list of drivers that everyone is keeping an eye on, wondering how they’re going […]
With OSCAAR ready to celebrate their 30th year of racing in Ontario, it seems that the open-wheel stars are looking to capitalize on the added hype with a great season of racing across the province.
Through OSCAAR’s 30 year history, fans have grown used to hearing the last name Watson as both Glenn Watson and Brandon Watson have been crowned Super Late Model Champions.
Jumping back behind the wheel of a super stock for the first time this season, Jake Watson proved that he can still get the job done behind the wheel, scoring a eighth-place finish.
Underneath sunny skies, the action was close on-track as the drivers at Flamboro Speedway battled hard for every single position on Saturday night.
The fans in attendance on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway were treated to lots of action throughout the event, including a dramatic last lap to the APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario series Interstate Batteries 100.
The season is in full swing at Flamboro Speedway as the third night of competition saw the car counts continue to grow, with the competition growing that much closer.
After a long off-season of making sure everything would be perfect for this year, it would pay off as opening night at Flamboro Speedway would go off successfully. With solid fields in each of the classes, nine different drivers experienced the thrill of victory on Saturday night.
As the days continue to count down until spring with dreams of the snow melting soon, that hasn’t slowed work at Flamboro Speedway. The staff is currently busy putting together pieces for a successful 2019 race season.