After finishing fourth in the year-end standings last year, James Stanley improved by a spot to rank third at the end of the 2018 OSCAAR Pro Sprint season.
The No. 4 matched his car number at year-end, with Ryan Battilana placing fourth in the year-end OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings.
With consistency from the start of the season to the last lap, Rob Summers was able to put together a solid campaign to finish fifth in the year-end OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings.
Despite battling mechanical issues through his rookie campaign, Norman Newman picked up four heat wins en route to placing sixth in the year-end OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings.
Sometimes when you stick a microphone in front of a driver’s face, you have no clue what they may say and a couple of times you’ll hear something that surprises you or gives you a bit of a perspective.
Racing against the future stars of the sport, Shawn Stanley held his ground en route to placing seventh in the year-end OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings.
While Daniel Hawn was crowned the 2018 OSCAAR Pro Sprint Series Champion, there were plenty of drivers who had success over the course of this past season.
Despite suffering a mid-season injury and missing some races, Tyler Cullen was able to end his rookie campaign ranked eighth in the OSCAAR Pro Sprint Standings.
With only one finish off the podium all season, Daniel Hawn put together a stellar OSCAAR Pro Sprint sophomore campaign en route to being crowned the 2018 Champion.
Gaining speed as the season went behind the wheel of his new car, Brody Rickwood found the podium en route to finishing ninth in the OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings.