After scoring his first career series victory last year at Flamboro Speedway, Mike Norris will once again be competing with the Ontario Pro Challenge Series in 2019.
After winning the 2018 Sunset Speedway St. Onge Recreation Super Stock Championship, Coltin Everingham will be right in the thick of things once again.
Despite having a stellar season that led to the 2018 APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour Championship, J.R. Fitzpatrick hasn’t settled down through the winter, putting in the hard work to come out stronger in 2019.
After a successful couple of seasons in the Sunset Speedway Signs of Innovation Mini Stock class, Daniel Montanari will jump behind the wheel of the family’s Late Model to compete in the top division at the Innisfil, Ontario oval.
Since the inception of the OSCAAR Pro Sprints, the Stanley name has been running up front among the competitive drivers. Don’t expect that to change in 2019, as James Stanley confirmed at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo the team will be fielding three cars for the 2019 season.
In an effort to get back to running up front on a weekly basis, Josh Stade will be taking his Pro Late Model program in a different direction for 2019.
Following a successful season that saw him reach victory lane on a couple occasions, Tyler Hawn will be taking aim at his third straight Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rod Series Championship.