Whether you’re in the shop working on the car, or you’re sitting at the kitchen table putting together your plans, having enough light to see what you’re doing is critical.
Throughout the 2018 season, many youngsters caught the attention of fans watching OSCAAR. One of those drivers who stood out was OSCAAR Pro Sprint competitor Tyler Cullen.
As the series announced three new big marketing announcements, the plans continued to be revealed towards the 2019 campaign. So here are some more competitors who have openly discussed their plans as of February 9.
After coming close to taking home the OSCAAR Pro Sprint Championship in his rookie campaign, Jaden Riddell will be back on the grid with dreams of glory in 2019.
When traveling across the province to various events, racers want to ensure that their racecar is protected and remains in perfect condition during their travels. So it’s no surprise that many of the teams have purchased a trailer from Scott Reinhart through the years.
While everybody has began to shift their focus towards the season ahead, there was still some left over business from last year as the OSCAAR Pro Sprint drivers and crews gathered together on Saturday, January 12 to celebrate everybody’s accomplishments.
In a season that saw 10 feature victories and 11 heat wins, Daniel Hawn was crowned the 2018 OSCAAR Pro Sprint Champion. After completing the 2017 campaign by winning the last five features, the Golden Boy entered this year as the favorite for the title.
Check out 10 of Ashley McCubbin’s memorable photos from the OSCAAR Pro Sprint season.
Building consistency through his rookie campaign, Jaden Riddell completed the OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings ranked second in points.