By Clayton Johns
Spring officially hit the air in Ontario yesterday although the mercury may not exactly show it. Nonetheless, racing season is quickly approaching and several teams are putting the finishing touches on their program for the upcoming year. Others are busy getting the pieces of the puzzle in to place. Either way, there’s still plenty going on both in and out of race shops across the province.
RaceTime Radio pointed out that the population of Canada has pushed above 36 million. We’re hoping we can keep converting more people to race fans. Remember to bring a friend to the track throughout the season.
Just watched the news and there is now 36 million Canadians . Let's see how many we can turn into race fans .
— RaceTimeRadio (@Racetimeradio) March 17, 2016
Delaware Speedway had two cars on display this weekend at the Western Fair District Speed and Custom Car Show in London, Ont. However, their Krazy Kart racing stole the show. It’s worth the watch.
— WesternFair District (@WesternFair) March 20, 2016
The Plow Boys Racing team, composed of Modified drivers Brent and Brian McLean, launched a new website last week. Keep an eye on it throughout the season to find out where the Home Hardware-sponsored team will be in 2016.
Our team would like to introduce our first ever website. Go on and take a look and let us know what you think. https://t.co/JeqplkZ5jz
— Plow Boys Racing (@plowboysracing) March 16, 2016
Thompson Photography started their annual Paint Scheme March Madness on Twitter. The contest puts several different asphalt drivers against each other until eventually picking a favourite paint scheme for the start of the new season.
— Thompson Photography (@Thompsons_Photo) March 21, 2016
On the lighter side, it looks like Limited Late Model driver Nick Goetz had a rather festive sidekick to help him celebrate St.Patrick’s Day.
Someone is ready for st patty's day pic.twitter.com/OKWtNadGi4
— Nick Goetz (@NGMotorsports24) March 16, 2016
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