Battling upfront through both features, Travis McLean scored a pair of third-place finishes on Saturday night at Full Throttle Motor Speedway.
While questions continue to be raised across the province about car counts, there is still some great competition happening at each of the speedways. So in hopes of creating some buzz, here are some thoughts for you to ponder.
The hard work throughout the winter for McLean Performance Motorsports paid off on Saturday night, as Travis McLean picked up his first feature victory of 2019.
The second night of the season went well for McLean Performance Motorsports at Full Throttle Motor Speedway with strong finishes for both Travis and Tyler McLean.
After spending months in the shop preparing the cars, both Tyler and Travis McLean got to put down their first laps of the season at Full Throttle Motor Speedway.
After a successful campaign, Travis McLean will be heading home for the 2019 season, announcing his intentions to compete at Full Throttle Motor Speedway.
Despite suffering some damage mid-race, Travis McLean was able to make it to the checkered flag for a top-15 finish in Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic.
Battling against the best drivers in the province, Travis McLean kicked off the 2018 short track playoffs with a top-15 finish at Sunset Speedway.
Despite the high temperatures and contact on track causing trouble for his competitors, Travis McLean made his way through the chaos for a top-10 finish on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.
The rebuild from the wreck a couple weeks ago paid off for Travis McLean, as he was able to finish off his 2018 Sauble Speedway campaign on a high note.