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Rick Woolner Memorial Weekend on tap at Sauble Speedway July 26, 2014

Rick Woolner Memorial Weekend on tap at Sauble Speedway July 26, 2014

Location: Bruce County #14 R R 1 Hepworth ON, phone: 519-422-1422 website www.thebeach@bmts.com
About the Speedway: Tight ¼ mile flat track
2013 winners: Hanover Holiday Modifieds #39m Dave McCullough, Super Late Models #81 Andrew Gresel
Racing on June 28 -29th: Pit gates open at 2:30pm. Practice set to start at 3:15pm, with Hanover Holiday Modified time trials at 6:00pm and first green flag at 7:00pm
Featuring: Saturday July 26th: Rick Woolner Memorial for Hanover Holiday Modifieds, time trials, heats, 50 lap feature event. Judging for best appearing Modified award prior to start of the feature event. Super Late Models heats and 50 lap feature event. Jr Late Models heat and feature event.
Current Points Leader: Hanover Holiday Modifieds top 5: 1st #8 Gary McLean 447 pts, 2nd #91n Max Beyore 435 pts, 3rd #61 Dustin Jackson 406 pts, 4th 88r Tommy Robb 404 pts,5th #7 Brent McLean
Super Late Models top 5: 1st #81 Andrew Gressel 318 pts, 2nd #17 Kevin Cornelius 307 pts, 3rd #45 Rob Poole 295 pts, 4th #10 Jesse Kennedy, 5th 10b Kelly Balson
Who to watch for: Modifieds,Every modified driver has one thing on their list of racing goals, The Rick Woolner Memorial win. The 2014 version of this event will be the most competitive in the races history. #8 Gary McLean has only one goal each year and it is this win. The current point leader has been on a tear lately picking up podium finish each event. The rookies have all played notice this year and they could easily step in and steal the win away. The #7 and #47 of Brent and Brian McLean would love to take this win home. Series favorites #14 Davey Terry, #2 Matt Barton and #39 Shane Stickle all look to make their first series win, The Woolner Memorial. Fans will also be able to choose the best appearing modified award prior to the start of the feature.
Super Late Models: It has been almost a month since the last super late model event. The hottest driver in the series prior to the break was #17 Kevin Cornelius, with feature win at Barrie and the Biederman Memorial win at Sunset Speedway. Home track favorite #81 Andrew Gresel got his first series win a year ago at Sauble Speedway and will be looking to regain that glory this weekend. #10 Jesse Kennedy made his first ever OSCAAR start at Sauble Speedway, and the team is coming off a big late model win last week at Delaware Speedway. That momentum might help carry the #10 to his second OSCAAR feature win. The rookies continue to impress each week and it won’t be long till one of them is celebrating in victory lane. #07 Todd Campbell recorded his best feature finish as Sauble Speedway, he will be looking to keep the record alive.
Current weather forecast: Sunny and 24c both days(slight chance of r**n both days nothing to worry about)
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Sauble Speedway Schedule of Events for July 26th/2014

Pit Gates will open at 2:30pm

Tech will open at 2:40 for both classes

Practice Schedule

Super Late Models 3:10- 3:30

Modifieds 3:30- 3:50

Jr Lates 3:50- 4:00

Super Late Models 4:00- 4:15

Modifieds 4:15- 4:30

Jr Lates 4:30- 4:40

Super Late Models 4:40 -4:50

Modifieds 4:50- 5:00

Jr Lates 5:00- 5:10

Modified Time Trials 6:00pm

Racing Starts at 7:00pm

Modified Heats Round 1 (2-3) 10 laps

Super Late Heats Round 1 (2) 10 laps

Jr Lates (2)

Modified Heats round 2 (2-3) 10 laps

Super Late Model Heats round (2) 10 laps

Features

Modified Rick Woolner Memorial – Out of Car Introductions – Best Appearing Car Award 50 laps

Jr Late Models 20 laps

Super Late Models 50 laps

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Mother Nature Wins Out Over Summer Rush II At Kawartha Speedway

Mother Nature Wins Out Over Summer Rush II At Kawartha Speedway

The management of Summer Rush would like to announce the postponement of tomorrows event at Kawartha Speedway. The inclement weather that is being predicted is just to much to overcome,and we don’t wish to see fans or racers face any additional costs.
The Summer Rush Group is pleased to announce that they have secured a makeup date of Sunday August 10th to host this event.
Fans will be able to see the OSCAAR Super Late Models, Hanover Holiday Modifieds, round 2 of the Mini Stock Nationals, The Dirt Pro Late Models from Brighton Speedway, the 4Funs…. and maybe more!
Everyone from OSCAAR / Summer Rush Group would like to thank you for your continued support and look forward to seeing everyone on August 10th for a great day of racing at Kawartha Speedway.

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Summer Rush 2 Set To Invade Kawartha Speedway This Weekend

Summer Rush 2 Set To Invade Kawartha Speedway This Weekend

FRASERVILLE, ON- Final preparations are ongoing for the return of Summer Rush to Kawartha Speedway on July 13th. A full card of racing – including the OSCAAR Super Late Model & Modified Tours, Dirt Late Models and Round 2 of the heralded Mini Stock Nationals – will kick off at 2:30pm.

“I think we’ve all been counting down the days to this event since we left Kawartha on June 1st”, explained OSCAAR President Dave Gainforth.

“This Kawartha event really comes at a pivotal moment in our season – for both of our tours – there’s a lot on the line this weekend”

In Super Late Model action, point leader Andrew Gresel will hope to earn his second straight Kawartha victory, and tighten his grip on the points standings entering the second half of the season.

“We’ve found something that works at Kawartha, I absolutely love racing there”, said Gresel when reached for comment. “We didn’t have the finish we were hoping for at Sunset a couple weeks ago, so Kawartha gives us the perfect opportunity to get our momentum back on track”

The OSCAAR Modifieds will join the Super Late Models on the card, as point leader Gary McLean will hope to hold off hard charging freshman Max Beyore. McLean has had success at Kawartha in the past, though Beyore has the edge in experience at the Fraserville, ON oval, having raced in the speedway’s Pro Late Model division prior to migrating to Modified competition.

Summer Rush 2 will also play host to the final round of the $500-to-win ‘Mini Stock Nationals’, in an event that is likely to draw Four Cylinder competitors from across Ontario. Sunset Speedway regular Andy Kamrath has confirmed he will be in attendance, with plans of defending the ‘Nationals’ title he earned on June 1st.

“I think this team surprised ourselves even more than we did everyone else”, remarked Kamrath when asked about his June 1st victory. “We came into the first round of the ‘Nationals’ completely blind. We didn’t really know if we were going to have enough power to keep up with some of the Kawartha regulars, but it all worked out in our favour. Now that we know what we need to run at the front, hopefully we can take down back-to-back ‘Nationals’ wins”

Gates open at 11:30 am for this Sunday’s event, with the green flag flying at 2:30pm. Additional details can be found at www.OSCAAR.ca.

By Dave Gainforth

Photo Credit: Dan Little

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Summer Rush #2 Set For Sunday At Kawartha Speedway

Summer Rush #2 Set For Sunday At Kawartha Speedway

Location: Kawartha Speedway, located 1382 County Rd Hwy 28 Peterborough ON, K0L 1V0 phone 705-939-6316

About the Speedway: Reconfigured in 2010 to high bank 1/3 mile oval.

Summer Rush I Winners: Hanover Holiday Modifieds #8 Gary McLean, Super Late Models #81 Andrew Gresel, Mini Stock Nationals (round 1) #35 Andy Kamrath. Dirt Late Model winner from 2013 #25 Greg Belyea

Racing on July 13th: Pit gates open at 8:30am. Main Grandstand opens at 11:30am. Practice will start at 11:15am with the first green flag at 2:30pm

Featuring: Hanover Holiday Modifieds heats and 25 lap feature. Super late models heats and 50 lap feature. Mini Stock Nationals round 2, with heat races, B main and 30 lap feature. The Dirt Pro Late Models with heats and 20 lap feature event.

Current Points Leader: Hanover Holiday Modifieds top 5: 1st #8 Gary McLean 447 pts 2nd 91N Max Beyore 435 pts, 3rd #61 Dustin Jackson 406 pts, 4th 88r Tommy Robb 404 pts, 5th #7 Brent McLean 397 pts

Super late models top 5: 1st #81 Andrew Gressel 318pts, 2nd #17 Kevin Cornelius 307 pts, 3rd #45 Rob Poole 295 pts, 4th #10 Jesse Kennedy 292 pts, 5th b10 Kelly Balson 279 pts

Mini Stock Nationals top 5 round 1: 1st #35k Andy Kamrath (Sunset Speedway), 2nd #9 Neil Hannah (outlaw), 3rd #10 Doug Butler (Barrie Speedway), 4th #89 Ryan Babin (Peterborough Speedway), 5th #82 Kyle Baker (Capital City Speedway)

Current top 5 Pro Late Model points: 1st #57 Charlie Sandercock, 2nd #5 Steve Baldwin, 3rd #29 Phil Potts, 4th #92 Adam Turner, 5th #9 Mat Vanderlinden
Who to watch for: Modifieds, #14 Davey Terry will be looking to put the bad luck of Capital City behind them and look for that elusive first feature win in the series. With win number one under his belt now #91n of Max Beyore could be a threat to win his second feature in a row. #61 of Dustin Jackson has shown signs that he is ready to compete for that first win. With a fast time reward and a second place finish at Capital City,the 14 year old could be celebrating in victory lane Sunday. #8 Gary McLean will be looking to make it a clean sweep at Kawartha in 2014. Tommy Robb has been a fixture at the front of the field in 2014, this Sunday could be his break out win. One wild card could be the possible entry of #57x of Andy Jankowick from New York, who at press time plans on being in attendance.

Super Late Models: #81 of Andrew Gresel remains undefeated at Kawartha Speedway, as he will be looking for his third consecutive win. Newly crowned Biederman Champion #17 of Kevin Cornelius will be looking to continue his winning streak in the series. #22 Glenn Watson will be looking for his first feature win in 2014 after impressive runs at Sunset Speedway. Rob Poole continues his consistent season and currently sits 3rd in the points. #2 John Owens will be looking to improve on his 4th place finish at the June 1st Kawartha event. #54 Mike Beyore considers Kawartha Speedway home and will be searching for his first series win this weekend.

Mini Stock Nationals: This event has been billed the premier mini stock event in Ontario. For the first event on June 1st, 33 of the top mini stock drivers signed in to do battle with 32 cars starting the 30 lap feature event. With a total of nine different speedways represented for this event, the fans got their monies worth. #35K of Andy Kamrath set the bar high, but in the month since round 1, drivers have been working and planning on how to dethrone the #35k from victory lane. With the top five finishers from round 1 representing five different speedways it is anyone’s guess who will be crowned Summer Rush II mini stock nationals champion this weekend. Fans will not want to miss this outstanding event!

DIRT Pro Late Models: In 2013 history was made at Kawartha Speedway as the first time ever the dirt cars from Brighton Speedway took the pavement. It was one of the most anticipated shows of the season and the drivers from Brighton did not disappoint. In practice the drivers where lifting that front left wheel off the ground coming out of turn four as the fans watched in amazement. By the time the feature came around the drivers where a bit more use to the track and were ready to get down to business. #25 Greg Belyea became the first ever winner of this event. In 2014 the stakes have been raised as the winner will now receive $500.00 to win the 20 lap feature event. The drivers all know what to expect and are excited to return to Kawartha Speedway this weekend. Seeing the Dirt pro Lates race, is one show fans will not want to miss.

Current weather forecast: Chance of showers early. Will keep fans posted if weather looks like an issue. There is a rain date of August 10th , 2014 if needed.

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Gary McLean & Max Beyore Feature Winners At Capital City Speedway

Gary McLean & Max Beyore Feature Winners At Capital City Speedway

Location: Capital City Speedway, Ottawa ON, July 5th 2014
What won the race: For the first time is OSCAAR history, The Hanover Holiday Modifieds made the trip to our nations capital, Capital City Speedway. With all drivers having to make at least a 4 hour haul and up to a 9-10 hour trip to put a show on for the fans. Eleven teams committed to make the trip to show the fans in Ottawa, the excitement of OSCAAR racing. A late race format change to ensure the fans witnessed the best racing saw the modified teams run time trials then two twenty five lap feature events. During practice the drivers all took to the track to learn the fast away around the flat 3/8th mile oval. Gear changes where the order of the day as teams prepared for time trials. The drivers combined times for two laps would set the starting order for the first 25 lap feature event. Dustin Jackson and his #61 team made the long haul from Sault St Marie worth it by having the best two lap average and lead the field to green for the first 25 feature. Gary McLean and his #8 team lined up second and was able to get the jump coming out of turn two on lap one to power by Dustin down the back stretch. The #8 would lead all 25 laps to record the victory. A race long spirited battle for third between the #36 of Elliott #88 of Ryan Dick and #7 of Brent Mclean had the fans on the edge of their seats. The second 25 lap feature event would see a complete inversion of the finishing order of the previous feature.
Rookie contender #91n Max Beyore had the most experience of anyone in the field prior to this event. Max had run a total of 12 laps in a late model about 5 years ago. Max used his pole position to his advantage and took the lead on the initial green and was able to hold off all challengers to record his first ever OSCAAR Hanonver Holiday Modified feature event. Gary McLean worked his way through the field and took advantage of late restart to record a second place finish. #77 Chad Strawn and #7 Brent McLean raced hard for the entire 25 lap feature event, with Strawn getting the final podium finish at the end. Dustin Jackson ended his weekend with another top 5 finish at features end.
The dedication of the race teams did not go unnoticed as Ottawa Speedway management and fans had nothing but praise for this young series.
Bad Luck of the event: Racing is a very cruel sport and plays with people’s emotions at the best of times. After a very successful Biederman Weekend the #14 of Dave Terry was riding that positive momentum heading into Ottawa. As the field was rolling to green for the start of the first feature event the #14 rolled to a stop in the pits. The crew worked feverishly looking for the problem but unfortunately Davey would miss the first 25 lap feature event. In the spirit of competition Allen Adams had the #99 normally driven by Drew Stieler in the pits with Daryl Stephenson behind the wheel this weekend. Allen graciously offered the car to Davey to help keep the #14 in the championship hunt. It is sportsmanship like that, that ensures that OSCAAR will continue to have a bright future.
Rookie Battle: Five Rookie of the Year candidates were in attendance. In the first 25 laps feature event #61 Dustin Jackson was the top finishing rookie followed by Gary Elliott, Chad Stawn, Tommy Robb and Max Beyore. The second feature saw #91n Max Beyore with the win and top rookie honours. Chad Strawn, Dustin Jackson , Gary Elliott and Tommy Robb rounded out the rookies
Car Count: 11
Hanover Holiday Modified average finish: #8 Gary McLean 1.5, #61 Dustin Jackson 3.5, #36 Gary Elliott 4.5,#7 Brent McLean 4.5, #77 Chad Strawn, #91n Max Beyore 5, #88 Ryan Dick 6, #88r Tommy Robb 7, #47 Brian McLean 9, #14 Davey Terry 14.5, #99s Daryl Stephenson 15 (note ties are broken based on who had the best finishing position in feature #1)
Top Five in Points: 1st #8 Gary McLean 447pts, 2nd 91N Max Beyore 435pts, 3rd #61 Dustin Jackson 406pts, 4th 88r Tommy Robb 404pts, 5th #7 Brent McLean 397 pts
Next Series Event: Summer Rush 2 Kawartha Speedway July 13th racing starts at 2:30pm
Feature Finish #1: 1st #8 Gary McLean, 2nd #61 Dustin Jackson,3rd #36 Gary Elliott, 4th #88 Ryan Dick, 5th #7 Brent McLean, 6th #77 Chad Strawn, 7th #88r Tommy Robb, 8th #47 Brian McLean, 9th #91n Max Beyore,10th #99s Daryl Stephenson, 11th #14 Davey Terry dns
Feature Finish #2: 1st #91n Max Beyore, 2nd #8 Gary McLean, 3rd #77 Chad Strawn, 4th #7 Brent McLean, 5th #61 Dustin Jackson, 6th #36 Gary Elliott, 7th #88r Tommy Robb, 8th #88 Ryan Dick, 9th #14 Davey Terry, 10th #47 Brian McLean, 11th #99s Daryl Stephenson dns
OSCAAR 2014 Partners: Crane Cams, Hanover Holidays, Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines
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Hanover Holiday OSCAAR Modifieds ready for Capital City Speedway

Hanover Holiday OSCAAR Modifieds ready for Capital City Speedway

Location: 2001 Speedway Rd, Ashton ON K0A 1L0 phone 613-723- 7223
About the Speedway: 3/8 mile oval, with drag strip (drag races will be going on Friday night)
2013 winners: None Inaugural event
Racing on June 14th: Pit gates open at 10:30am, practice starts at 11:00 am main gates racing starts at 2:00pm.
Featuring: Hanover Holiday Modifieds 30 lap feature, Lucas Oil Sportsman Series 100 lap, RevStar Sprint Car series, 100 lap enduro.
Current Points Leader: Hanover Holiday Modifieds top 5: 1st #8 Gary McLean 328 pts, 2nd #91n Max Beyore 325 pts, 3rd #14 Davey Terry 308 pts, 4th #88r Tommy Robb 300 pts, 5th #61 Dustin Jackson 295 pts.
Who to watch for: Modifieds: With this being the first ever visit to the Capital City Speedway, the modified drivers will be starting with an empty note book. This will be the perfect test to see what team can adapt the quickest to the new track. #14 Davey Terry will be looking to better his runner up spots from last weekend. Gary McLean will be looking to add yet another track to his resume that he has won at. Max Beyore does have some experience there, but will it be enough to capture his first ever feature win? Brian and Brent McLean both should good speed at Sunset Speedway last weekend that could carry over to feature win #1 for either team. #88 Ryan Dick will be making the 6 hour haul to the speedway, and will be looking to return to the podium for the third time this season. Rookie contenders Tommy Robb and Dustin Jackson find themselves top 5 in the points and could very easily pull off a victory this weekend. Gary Elliott will make start #701 this weekend in his #36 modified and will be looking to rebound from a disappointing finish last Sunday
Current weather forecast: Sunny and 25c (pack the sunscreen)
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Biederman Weekend See’s Two First Time Hanover Holiday Feature Winners

Biederman Weekend See’s Two First Time Hanover Holiday Feature Winners

Location: Sunset Speedway June 28 -29, 2014
What won the race: Night 1 The start of the first 30 lap feature event saw the #47 of Brian McLean and #7 of Brent McLean lead the field to green. Both teams have suffered some bad luck in the past few weeks and both were looking to score their first victory of the 2014 season. Brian got the jump on Brent and lead for the first 3 laps of the event. Fourth starting #26 of Terry Baker quickly moved up from his fourth starting sport to take the lead on lap four. The rookie driver had his mirror filled with veterans for the entire race. Gary McLean was the first to challenge Baker for the lead but a tire with a slow leak sidelined the two time champion late in the going. Next to mount a challenge was the #14 of Davey Terry. From lap 18 on, Davey tried everything he could to make the pass to record his first feature win in the series. The #26 played defence over the final couple of laps as the two battled for the lead. With one last ditch effort Davey tried to stick the #14 on the outside but the door was slammed shut by the #26 of Baker. When the checker flag waved it was #26 Terry Baker picking up his first feature win, followed closely by the #14 of Davey Terry and #47 Brian McLean recorded his best feature finish of the season with a well deserved 3rd place run.
Night 2 of the Biederman Memorial the Hanover Holiday Modifieds where again ready to show the fans some great open wheel competition. The #82 of Justin DeMelo and #14 Davey Terry brought the field to green. On lap two of the event Davey placed the #14 in front of the field and looked to have the field covered. At times the #14 had close to a half track lead on the field. However as in racing it is not over till it is over. A late race caution bunched the field up and now the #26L of Cayden Lapcevich making his first ever modified start and the #8 of Gary McLean to his back bumper for a restart with 3 laps to go. Davey choose the inside line to start giving the #26L the outside for the restart. The two raced side by side for the first lap with the #14 slipping just slightly giving Lapsevich the opening he needed to make the pass. Cayden would go on to lead the final two laps holding off the #8 of Gary McLean to record his first ever Hanover Modified feature event, with second to McLean and with a disappointed but still smiling Davey Terry in third.
All weekend each and every modified driver showed the race fans why they are the fastest growing series in Ontario. With some great side by side completion and some great display of racing in both feature events, it is safe to say open wheel racing is alive and well right now and for many years to come.
Also just wanted to put a shout out to Bill Burrows a racing legend who made his first OSCAAR start in over a year. The 70 something driver showed that he can still get out there and play with young guns of OSCAAR
Rookie Battle: Terry Baker was the top finishing rookie on Saturday. Max Beyore in the #91N continues to impress with 8TH place finish Saturday and 4th on Sunday. Tommy Robb scored a 6th place and a 7th place finish to be the most consistent rookie of the weekend. Young Dustin Jackson recorded a10th place finish on Saturday and backed that up with a 5th place on Sunday. Chad Strawn was back from in the car after eye surgery and recorded a 9th and 15th place finishes on the weekend. Gary Elliott celebrated his 700th consecutive start on Sunday and recorded a 18th place finish and a 11th on the Saturday. Drew Stieler finally got that monkey off their back with a 13th place and a 12th place finish each day.
Car Count: 18 (Saturday) 18 (Sunday)
Top Five in Points: 1st #8 Gary McLean 328 pts, 2nd #91N Max Beyore 323 pts, 3rd #14 Davey Terry 308 pts, 4th #88r Tommy Robb 300 pts, 5th #61 Dustin Jackson 295 pts
Heat Race Winners Night #1: #91N Max Beyore x2, #82 Justin DeMelo, #8 Gary McLean x2, #14 Davey Terry
Top Qualifier: #91N Max Beyore

Feature Finish: Night #1 1st #26 Terry Baker(r), 2nd #14 Davey Terry,3rd #47 Brian McLean,4th #82 Justin DeMelo,5th #2 Matt Barton,6th #88r Tommy Robb(r),7th #67jr Branden Bullen,8th #91N Max Beyore(r),9th Chad Strawn(r),10th #61 Dustin Jackson(r),11th #36 Gary Elliott(r),12th #88 Ryan Dick,13th #99 Drew Stieler(r), 14th #65 Bill Burrows,15th #19 Dean Scott,16th #8 Gary McLean,17th #7 Brent McLean,18th Mike Westwood
Heat race winners: Night #2 #7 Brent McLean, #82 Justin Demelo,#88r Tommy Robb,#8 Gary McLean,#14 Davey Terry,#26L Cayden Lapcevich
Top Qualifier: #7 Brent McLean
Feature Finish: Night #2 1st #26L Cayden Lapcevich,2nd #8 Gary McLean,3rd #14 Davey Terry,4th #91N Max Beyore(r),5th 61 Dustin Jackson(r),6th #2 Matt Barton,7th #88r Tommy Robb(r),8th 88 Ryan Dick,9th #39 Shane Stickle,10th #79 John Harper,11th #7 Brent McLean, 12th #99 Drew Stieler(r), 13th #67jr Branden Bullen,14th 77 Chad Strawn(r),15th #47 Brian McLean,16th #65 Bill Burrows, 17th #36 Gary Elliott(r), 18th Justin DeMelo
Next Series Event: Capital City Speedway July 5th racing starts at 2:00pm
OSCAAR 2014 Partners: Crane Cams, Hanover Holidays, Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines
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Photo Credit: Dan Little and Ashley McCubbin

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16th Annual Don Biederman Memorial June 28 -29th at Sunset Speedway

16th Annual Don Biederman Memorial June 28 -29th at Sunset Speedway

Location: Sunset Speedway, 6918 Young Street Innisfil Ont. Phone 705-436-2445, website www.sunsetspeedway.ca

About the Speedway:  Reconfigured in 2010 to high bank 1/3 mile oval

2013 winners: Hanover Holiday Modifieds #7 Brent McLean and #82 Justin DeMelo, Biederman Memorial Champion  #48 Dwayne Baker

Racing on June 28 -29th: Pit gates open at 1:00pm, practice starts at 2:00 pm main gates open at 5:00 pm racing starts at 6:30pm.  Prerace autograph session for all fans Saturday June 18th at 5:30pm. Sunday June 29th Gary Elliott 700th consecutive race start event celebration at 5:30pm on front straightaway. Frisbee and bike giveaways for the kids.

Featuring:  Saturday June 28th: Super Late Model Time trials, heats and Round 1 of Biederman Memorial 50 laps,Hanover Holiday Modifieds 30 lap feature event, Pro Challenge Series. Sunday June 29th Super Late Models Round 2 Biederman Memorial 50 laps. Hanover Holiday Modifieds 30 lap feature, Canadian Vintage Modifieds

Current Points Leader: Hanover Holiday Modifieds top 5: 1st  #8 Gary McLean 127 pts 2nd 91N Max Beyore 194pts 3rd #36 Gary Elliott 182 pts, 4th #88r Tommy Robb 176 points 5th #61 Dustin Jackson 175 pts

Super late models top 5: 1st #81 Andrew Gressel 137 pts, 2nd #10 Jesse Kennedy 193 pts 3rd #45 Rob Poole 191 pts, 4th #17 Kevin Cornelius 187 pts 5th #10b Kelly Balson 173 pts

Who to watch for: Modifieds, #7 Brent McLean will look to defend his race win of 2013 and record his first feature win in 2014. Davey Terry #14 looking to build on solid opening night at Sunset Speedway and shake Barrie bad luck away. Four Rookie of Year drivers in top five in points, could a rookie upset the veterans. Terry Baker continues to impress in the #26. Terry will drive Saturday then Sunday hand the wheel over to Cayden Lapcevich for his first ever modified start. Gary McLean will be going for feature win #3 of the season. #51 Adam Adams will be making his first series start in over a year. After recording his best ever OSCAAR finish at Barrie Speedway, #36 Gary Elliott will celebrate his 700th consecutive start on Sunday.

Super Late Models: With nine different winners in 16 years, will a new name be on the Biederman Trophy at the end of the weekend? Last year’s winner #48 Dwayne Baker set new track record in qualifying with a 13.503 second lap. Current point leader #81 Andrew Gressel will be looking to add his name. After his first feature win at Barrie Speedway look for the #17 of Kevin Cornelius to build on that momentum this weekend. Rob Poole #45 has been having a solid season and third in points, he could use his home track experience to take the win this weekend. #22 Glenn Watson is looking for redemption after two disappointing events. #36 Shane Gowan has repairs made after Kawartha wreck and ready to return to action.  #64B Chris Burrows #27 Roy Passer #57 Craig Stevenson, #51 Dave Taylor are all looking to make their first start of the 2014 season

Current weather forecast: Sunny and 28c both days (humid) (pack the sunscreen)

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OSCAAR 2014 Partners: Crane Cams, Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines

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Gary Mclean picks up back to back feature wins :

Gary Mclean picks up back to back feature wins :

Location: Barrie Speedway, June 14, 2014
What Won the race: Gary Mclean used a lap twenty seven restart to claim first place and record his second feature event win in 2014. Race long leader #36 of Gary Elliott said there was nothing he could do, he lost his power steering and on the restart did not want to push up into McLean. Gary would have loved to win the feature but was happy with his best career OSCAAR finish on his 697th consecutive night of racing. Max Beyore kept his podium streak alive with a third place finish, on his first ever trip to Barrie Speedway.
Drivers on the Move: #79 John Harper started the feature event in fourteenth position. When the checker flag waved John had moved up eight positions to finish sixth. Andre Peppin made his first ever modified start in the George Woods owned #34 and was able to claim a fifth place finish after starting the event in 10th.
Bad Luck of the Event: Rookie of the year contender #99 Drew Stieler continues to have bad racing luck. Drew was the innocent victim in a late race crash that saw the team suffered major damage yet again. #88r Tommy Robb was also involved and suffered a sprained wrist and thumb. Brian McLean appeared to be ready to record a top five finish but a late race spin placed the #47 deep in the field.
Rookie Battle: Seven Hanover Holiday Modified Rookies where in attendance. The top rookie of the event was the #36 of Gary Elliott who finished second. #91N Max Beyore was second highest rookie followed by #26 Terry Baker, #61 Dustin Jackson, #88r Tommy Robb and #99 Drew Stieler
Car Count: 15
Top Qualifier: #91N Max Beyore
Pole Sitter: #2 Matt Barton
Heat Race Winners: #26 Terry Baker, #91N Max Beyore x2, #8 Gary McLean, #36 Gary Elliott, #88r Tommy Robb
Top Five in points: 1st #8 Gary McLean 201pts, 2nd #91N Max Beyore 194 pts, 3rd #36 Gary Elliott 182 pts, 4th #88r Tommy Robb 176 points, 5th #61 Dustin Jackson 175 pts
Next Event: Sunset Speedway June 28 -29, 2014 as part of Biederman Memorial weekend, two complete shows each day
Feature Finish: 1) #8 Gary McLean, 2) #36 Gary Elliott (r), 3) #91N Max Beyore (r) 4) Terry Baker (r) 5) #34 Andre Peppin 6) #79 John Harper 7) #2 Matt Barton 8) #61 Dustin Jackson (r) 9) #47 Brian McLean, 10) #7 Brent McLean, 11) #13 Bobby Tolton, 12) #14 Davey Terry 13) #88r Tommy Robb (r), 14) #99 Drew Stieler (r), 15) #77 Chad Strawn dns
OSCAAR 2014 Partners: Hanover Holidays, Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines
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OSCAAR Teams Ready To Tackle Barrie Speedway June 14th 2014

OSCAAR Teams Ready To Tackle Barrie Speedway June 14th 2014

Location: Barrie Speedway, 8th Line South Oro, (10 min north of Barrie off Hwy 11) 705-487-0279, www.barriespeedway.com

About the Speedway:  tight 1/3 mile paved tri oval track. First opened in 1965

2013 winners: #7 Brent McLean (Modifieds) #9 Brandon Watson (super late models)

Racing on June 14th: Pit gates open at 12:30pm, practice starts at 3:00 pm main gates open at 5:00 pm racing starts at 6:30pm.

Featuring: Hanover Holiday Modifieds 25 lap feature, Super Late Models 50 lap feature, King of the hill competition during intermission (and no you cannot use the pace truck)

Current Points Leader: Hanover Holiday Modifieds top 5: 1st  #8 Gary McLean 127 pts 2nd (tie) #77 Chad Strawn, #88 Ryan Dick 126 pts, 4th #91N Max Beyore 124 pts 5th #88r Tommy Robb 118pts

Super late models top 5: 1st  #81 Andrew Gressel 137 pts, 2nd #70 Jeff Hanley 135 pts, 3rd #10 Jesse Kennedy 130 pts 4th (tie) #48 Dwayne Baker, #45 Rob Poole 127 pts

Who to watch for: Modifieds, #7 Brent McLean will look to defend his race win of 2013, Davey Terry #14 showed the speed at Kawartha, could pick up first ever feature win, #88 Ryan Dick continues his string of top 5 finishes and only 1 point out of the championship lead.  #47 Brian McLean a veteran of the short tracks looks to shake the bad luck with a victory at Barrie. With 3 rookies in top five perhaps a first time winner at Barrie

Super Late Models: Last year’s feature saw 49 green flag laps proving anything can happen, Tyler Hawn #42 will make his first start of the 2014 season at his home track. #07 Todd Campbell looks to return to competition at Barrie. #82 Corey Jones looks to rebound after being sidelined with motor issues the past two events. With only 10 points separating the top five teams in points the championship battle is up for grabs this weekend.

Current weather forecast: Sunny and 25c (pack the sunscreen)

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OSCAAR 2014 Partners:Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines

By Dave Gainforth

Photo Credit- Dan Little

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Defending Modified Champion Gary Mclean Picks Up First Feature Of 2014

Defending Modified Champion Gary Mclean Picks Up First Feature Of 2014

Location: Kawartha Speedway, Fraserville Ont. June 1 2014

Presenting Sponsor: Knightworks Design

What Won the race: Gary Mclean and his #8 team used their outside pole position to pick up their first Hanover Holidays Modified feature event. Throughout the 25 lap feature event, Gary was able to hold off all challenges from the #14 od Davey Terry and #82 Justin DeMelo. After contact between the #14 and #82 which sent booth to the back, Gary was able to hold off Rookie Contenders #91N Max Beyore and #26 Kevin Jobb for the win and regain the points lead.

Drivers on the Move: Making his first ever Hanover Modified start the #26 of Kevin Jobb started the feature event in nineteenth position. When the checker flag flew the #26 had moved up an impressive 16 spots to record his first ever podium finish. #36 Gary Elliot was able to move up nine spots to record a top ten finish position. #88r Tommy Robb improved his starting spot by eight positions when the checker flag waved

Bad Luck of the Event: Rookie of the year contender #99 Drew Stieler continues to have bad racing luck, after an impressive qualifying effort the team finished 19th in the feature event. #39 Shane Stickle was the innocent victim of a crash that took away his top five hopes.

Rookie Battle: Seven Hanover Holiday Modified Rookies where in attendance. The top rookie of the event was the #91n of Max Beyore in second place. #26 Kevin Jobb was third, #88r Tommy Rodd recorded a fifth place finish. #77 Chad Strawn was eighth, #61 Dustin Jackson was eleventh, #89 Jessica Spicer was sixteenth and #99 Drew Stieler was nineteenth

Car Count: 19

Top Qualifier: #8 Justin DeMelo

Pole Sitter: #67 Branden Bullen

Heat Race Winners: #91n Max Beyore, #8 Gary McLean

Top Five in points:  1st #8 Gary Mclean 127pts, 2nd (tie) #77 Chad Strawn (r), #88 Ryan Dick, 4th #91 Max Beyore(r) 124 pts, 5th #88r Tommy Robb(r) 118 pts

Next Event: Barrie Speedway June 13th 2014. Racing Starts at 2:30pm

Feature Finish: 1) #8 Gary McLean, 2) #91n Max Beyore (r),3) #26 Kevin Jobb (r),4) #88 Ryan Dick, 5) #88r Tommy Robb (r), 6) #7 Brent McLean, 7) #14 Dave Terry,8) #77 Chad Strawn (r), 9) #36 Gary Elliott (r), 10) #82 Justin DeMelo, 11) #61 Dustin Jackson (r), 12)#47 Brian McLean, 13) #79 John Harper, 14) #13 Bobby Tolton, 15) #67 Branden Bullen, 16) #89 Jessica Spicer (r), 17) #91 Mike Westwood, 18) #39 Shane Stickle, 19) #99 Drew Stieler(r)

OSCAAR 2014 Partners: Hanover Holidays, Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines

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Andrew Kamrath Wins Inaugural Mini Stock National at the OSCAAR Summer Rush

Andrew Kamrath Wins Inaugural Mini Stock National at the OSCAAR Summer Rush

By Eric Uprichard

FRASERVILLE, Ont  -  Andrew Kamrath (no.35k ) was the class of the Mini Stock division as he walked away with the checkered flag during the first ever, highly anticipated OSCAAR Summer Rush at Kawartha Speedway Sunday afternoon.

After running away with his first heat race of the night, Kamrath battled from sixth place on the starting grid and fought off two and three-wide battles en-route to the front of the field. It didn’t take long for the Limited Late Model veteran to get settled in and turn some quick laps. Neil Hannah (no.9) and Doug Butler (no.10) battled late in the race for second spot as Kamrath drove his way to Victory Lane.

Unofficial Top 3 – Mini Stock Nationals ( 30-laps )

1)      (no.35k) Andrew Kamrath

2)      (no.9) Neil Hannah

3)      (no.10) Doug Butler

 

Jamie Bound (no.83) was able to work his way through the pack in the 12-lap Hurricane Midget Feature to claim the checkered and the Summer Rush Jacket. Bound was able to make his move around Jessica James (no.2) on the front stretch just before the half-way mark as he was able to drive untouched to the finish.

Unofficial Top 3 – Hurricane Midgets ( 12-Laps)

1)      (no.83) Jamie Bound

2)      (no.2) Jessica James

3)      (no.84) Richard Woodland

The Hurricane Midgets are back in action next Saturday at Sunset Speedway.

 

The OSCAAR Modifieds were back in action after a two week break for their 25-lap affair. Qualifying would prove to be critical with only one set of heats. Gary McLean (no.8) bounced back from a disappointing start at Sunset Speedway for his first feature win in 2014.

“Was kind of simple where I was,” said Mclean smiling in Victory Lane. McLean started outside pole and lead right from the drop of the green.

Unofficial Top 3 – OSCAAR Modifieds ( 25-laps)

1)      (no.8) Gary McLean

2)      (no.91n) Max Byore

3)      (no.26) Terry Baker

The OSCAAR Modified’s are back in action on Saturday June  14, at Barrie Speedway.

 

Defending 2013 Kawartha Speedway race winner Andrew Gresel (no.81) was once again on rails as he drove back through the entire field on Sunday afternoon to earn the team’s first feature win of 2014 in the Super Late Model division.

Gresel experienced some rear end damage in an early race altercation, and was forced to pit. Shane Gowan (no.39) was collected in the lap-one may lay and suffered the most damage. He did not continue.

Kevin Cornelius (no.17) had a stint at the front until he found himself under attack by Jesse Kennedy (no.10) and Gresel on a restart. Gresel set sail and was unchallenged for the remainder of the race.

“I love this place,” exclaimed the two-time Kawartha winner. Look for Gresel to be back for the sweep on July 13th when the Super Late Models return for their second visit in 2014.

Absent from the feature was Derrek Tiemersma (no.7) after a scary wreck in qualifying. Tiemersma was battling with Ethan Courneyea (no.71c) when the two drivers touched going into turn one, sending Tiemersma into the fence before bursting into flames. Tiemersma was ok; however the car suffered major damage.

Unofficial Top 3 – OSCAAR Super Late Models (50-laps)

1)      (no.81) Andrew Gresel

2)      (no.10) Jesse Kennedy

3)      (no.70) Jeff Hanley

 

The OSCAAR Super Late Models are back in action on Saturday June  14, at Barrie Speedway.

For more information on the second round of the Summer Rush ( July 13th ) at Kawartha Speedway, please visit www.summerrush.ca for details.

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SUMMER RUSH 1 Next Up For The OSCAAR STARS at Kawartha Speedway June 1st, 2014

SUMMER RUSH 1 Next Up For The OSCAAR STARS at Kawartha Speedway June 1st, 2014

Event: Summer Rush 1 presented by Knightworks Design

Location: Kawartha Speedway, 1382 County Road 28,Peterborough ON, K0L 1V0, phone 705-939-6316

About the Speedway:  High banked 3/8 mile oval

2013 winners: #46 Darren Kearnan (modifieds) #81 Andrew Gressel (super late models)

Racing on June 1st: Pit gates open at 8:30am, practice starts at 12:00noon main gates open at 11:30am racing starts at 2:30pm.

Cost: Adult Pit Passes $35.00 children under 14 $15.00 Main Grand Stand Adult $25.00 children $10.00. Hot Rod car show (pre 1980) $20.00 per adult

Featuring: Hanover Holiday Modifieds 25 lap feature, Super Late Models 50 lap feature, Mini Stock Nationals (round 1) 30 lap feature, Hurricane Midgets 15 lap feature

Current Points Leader: Hanover Holiday Modifieds top 5: 1st 77 Chad Strawn 72pts, 2nd 39 Shane Stickle 67pts, 3rd 88 Ryan Dick 65 pts, 4th (tie) 2 Matt Barton and 61 Dustin Jackson

Super late models top 5: 1st 70 Jeff Hanley 75pts, 2nd (tie) 7 Derrick Tiemersma and 48 Dwayne Baker 69 pts,                                 4th 81 Andrew Gressel 68pts, 5th Rob Poole 67 pts

Who to watch for: Modifieds, look for #14 Davey Terry, #8 Gary McLean #7 Brent McLean to rebound after Sunset Speedway event. Several teams are prepared to make first start of the season this weekend at Kawartha:

Super Late Models: Watch for several teams to make their first start of the 2014 season, #2 Owens, #51 Taylor, #7t Dunford.       Pro Late Models looking to compete, #71 Dan McHattie, #7L Tyler Lyskim. Will Hanley get two in a row in hopes of Championship run? Look for Watson, Tiemersma, Baker, Gressel, Kennedy, Cornelius all looking to stop him. #48x Mark Dilley will be looking for his first ever OSCAAR feature win…

Current weather forecast: Sunny and 25c (pack the sunscreen)

Food: Fresh hot Domino’s Pizza will be on sale. Hannahs Sauce Company brining their huge bbq and special menu to feed all the fans

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OSCAAR 2014 Partners:Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines

 

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At The Track: Hanley, Strawn Win OSCAAR Features, Neely Claims Cam-Am Midgets Victory

At The Track: Hanley, Strawn Win OSCAAR Features, Neely Claims Cam-Am Midgets Victory

By Clayton Johns

STROUD – Jeff Hanley (No.70) used a lap 11 restart to get by Derrick Tiemersma (No.7) for the lead and never looked back to claim victory in the OSCAAR Super Late Model feature at Sunset Speedway on Sunday night. Hanley led the final 41 laps of the 52-lap 2nd annual Lucie Aylwin Memorial, presented by North Toronto Auctions.

Once he held the lead, Hanley chose the outside lane for a trio of late-race restarts. The Georgetown, Ont. native had the best car on the high side, and defended the lead perfectly.

Dwayne Baker (No.48) mounted a late race charge to challenge Hanley for the lead. Baker stormed past Andrew Gresel (No.81) for third on lap 28 and then moved Tiemersma up the track on lap 32 for the second spot. But Baker’s challenge could only move him to the doorstep of victory lane as Hanley proved too strong on opening night for the Super Late Model series.

Rob Poole (2), Derrick Tiemersma, Andrew Gresel, Jesse Kennedy, and Jeff Hanley were the qualifying heat winners.

Strawn wins first OSCAAR Mod feature

Chad Strawn (No.77) held the point position for 23 laps, including the money lap, to earn his first career victory with the Hanover Holidays OSCAAR Modifieds at Sunset on Sunday. Strawn was able to fend off sophomore driver Shane Stickel (No.39) for the victory.

The race was a war of attrition as only eight of the 16 cars that took the green flag were able to complete the 30-lap distance. The scariest yellow flag came at lap 13 when something broke in the front end of John Harper’s (No. 79) car down the backstretch and sent sparks flying as the car streamed towards the turn three wall. Fortunately, the car came to rest mere inches from the wall.

The ensuing restart saw Stickel pass Strawn for the lead. The two ran nose to tail as Stickel fought a tight racecar in addition to Strawn. Stickel’s handling troubles would prevent him from holding the lead as Strawn retook the top spot with 10 to go en route to victory.

Mike Westwood, Tommy Robb, Ryan Dick, Dustin Jackson, Davey Terry, and Strawn were the qualifying heat winners.

Neely scores round two win with Midgets

Rob Neely (No.74) made Adrian Stahle (No.43) a sitting duck before stealing the lead with four laps remaining to win the Lucas Oil Can-Am Midgets 25-lap feature.

Stahle started outside the front row and led the first 21 circuits before Neely picked his spot to overtake the point. Stahle never recovered and was shuffled back to fourth in the final laps as Mack Deman (No.40) and Lucas Smith (No.49) completed the top-three.

The only caution came prior to the halfway mark when contact made Rob DiVenanzo (No.20) wobbly in turn one. The car slowed briefly as DiVenanzo gathered the handling, alerting officials to throw the yellow, but he was able to continue.

The defending champion, Deman, drove from the middle of the field to earn the runner-up spot, but didn’t have enough in the closing laps to get by Neely who also started mid-pack.

Daniel Bois (No.99) and Stahle won the Lucas Oil qualifying heats. DiVenanzo took the checkered flag in the B-Main.

Results – May 18, 2014 (Sunset Speedway)

OSCAAR Super Late Models (52 Laps): 1. 70 Jeff Hanley, 2. 48 Dwayne Baker, 3. 7 Derrick Tiemersma, 4. 81 Andrew Gresel, 5. 10 Jesse Kennedy, 6. 45 Rob Poole, 7. 22 Glenn Watson, 8. Kevin Cornelius, 9. b10 Kelly Balson, 10. 44 Dave Doucette, 11. 39 Shane Gowan, 12. 04 Rudy Oppersma, 13. 71c Ethan Corneyea, 14, 24 Scott Field, 15. 82 Corey Jones, 16. 07 Todd Campbell.

Hanover Holidays OSCAAR Modifieds (30 Laps): 1. 77 Chad Strawn, 2. 39 Shane Stickel, 3. 2 Matt Barton, 4. 88 Ryan Dick, 5. 61 Dustin Jackson, 6. 91n Max Beyore, 7. 67 Branden Bullen, 8. 13 Bobby Tolton, 9. 36 Gary Elliott, 10. 88r Tommy Robb, 11. 47 Brian McLean, 12. 7 Brent McLean, 13. 8 Gary McLean, 14. 79 John Harper, 15. 91 Mike Westwood, 16. 14 Davey Terry.

Lucas Oil Cam-Am Midgets (25 Laps): 1. 74 Rob Neely, 2. 40 Mack Deman, 3. 49 Lucas Smith, 4. 43 Adrian Stahle, 5. 48 Darren McLennan, 6. 3 Todd Cresswell, 7. 16 Chris Holman, 8. 94 Ryan Fraser, 9. 37 Adam Racine, 10. 99 Daniel Bois, 11. 24 Barry Dunn, 12. 4 Ryan Hunsinger, 13. 84 Tyler Turnbull, 14. 7 Jeff Blackburn, 15. 22 Chris Bauman, 16. 20 Rob DiVenanzo, 17. 31 Kent Turnbull, 18. 64 Dave Hickson, 19. 12 David Balych, 20. 14 Dylon Smith.

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OSCAAR Season Ready To Get Under Way May 18th, 2014

OSCAAR Season Ready To Get Under Way May 18th, 2014

OSCAAR SEASON READY TO GET UNDER WAY MAY 18, 2014

Event: Lucie Aylwin Memorial by North Toronto Auction

Location: Sunset Speedway, 6918 Young Street Innisfil Ont.  Phone 705-436-2445, website www.sunsetspeedway.ca

About the Speedway: Reconfigured in 2010 to high bank 1/3 mile oval

2013 winners: #8 Gary McLean (modifieds) #9 Brandon Watson (super late models)

Racing on May 18th: Pit gates open at 12:00pm racing starts at 6:00pm. Hanover Holiday Modifieds 30 lap feature, Super Late Models 50 lap feature, TQ Midgets 25 lap feature.

Current Points Leader: First race of the 2014 season

Current weather forecast: Sunny and 16c

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OSCAAR 2014 Partners:Hoosier Tire, Jenco Equipment, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Knightworks Designs Ltd, McGunegill Engine Performance, Midas of Orangeville, North Toronto Auction, Ontario Oval, Race Time Radio, Race2way, Reinhardt Trailers, South Shore Services, Stefko Race Engines

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