Wally Wilson Racing’s schedule full of diversity brought him to another track and another division. Racing with the OSCAAR Pro Midgets for the first time this year at Grand Bend Speedway, he battled hard to just come up shy of a top-10 finish.
Racing at his home track, Wally Wilson put together an impressive performance, posting his first career OSCAAR Modified top-10 on Saturday night at Sauble Speedway.
Battling an ill-handling midget, Wally Wilson completed the full distance on Saturday night en route to a top-20 finish at Sunset Speedway.
It seems no matter where Wally Wilson goes, the bad luck is following him as he could not shake it, whether behind the wheel of his OSCAAR Modified or Outlaw Midget this past weekend.
Despite coming out of the gate with more speed than previous weeks, Wally Wilson was dealt a tough finish as a result of fuel pump issues on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway.
The learning curve for Wally Wilson continued at Kawartha Speedway this past Friday night as he completed all 30 laps in the feature en route to a top-20 finish.
Despite fighting mechanical issues throughout the entire day, Wally Wilson almost posted a top-10 finish in the Outlaw Midget feature, just missing by a single spot at race’s end.
Despite enduring some mechanical issues, Wally Wilson was able to leave Grand Bend Speedway with a podium finish.
After starting off the afternoon with high hopes of a strong performance in his homecoming to Sauble Speedway, it seemed nothing would go right mechanically for Wally Wilson Racing throughout the event.
After getting in some testing this past week, Wally Wilson was hopeful to continue improving behind the wheel of his OSCAAR Modified. However, he was unable to compete as a result of a mechanical problem.