MILLGROVE, Ontario — Although she missed qualifying for the main show, it was a successful day for Karlie Wilman at Flamboro Speedway. The driver of the No. 14 SKLD Motorsports began the […]
Even while dealing with mechanical issues, Karlie Wilman was able to wheel her new ride to a top-20 finish at Flamboro Speedway’s Operation Green Flag.
After having gained experience at Sunset Speedway the past year, Karlie Wilman is ready for a new challenge in her first trip to Flamboro Speedway.
Battling hard on a weekly basis, Karlie Wilman’s consistency through the 2019 Signs of Innovation Bone Stock season paid off at Sunset Speedway en route to a sixth-place finish in the year-end standings.
Despite not getting the finishes as warranted on the final points night, SKLD Motorsports can still hang their heads high after a successful season at Sunset Speedway.
It wasn’t a perfect night of competition, but two of SKLD Motorsports’ drivers were still able to leave Sunset Speedway on Saturday with top-10 finishes.
It wasn’t all smiles for SKLD Motorsports on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway, with their three bone stock rookies experiencing mixed fortunes.
After a couple of weeks off, SKLD Motorsports returned to Sunset Speedway with three strong runs in the Signs of Innovation Bone Stock invitational.
The SKLD Motorsports team may have been busy with all four of their entries on-track, but the team’s efforts were rewarded with a quartet of top-10 finishes.
Battling against stiffer competition and mechanical gremlins, Karlie Wilman and Andrew Shilling just missed placing in the top-10 in their feature on Sunday afternoon.