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« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on June 23, 2018, 07:57:40 AM »

With the current forecast of 70-80% chance of rain for tomorrow Saturday June 23rd Brighton Speedway management has been forced to make the tough decision of postponing the 2018 Gerow Propane Summer Smash Monster Truck Show.  As of this time the rest of the race card for Saturday night featuring Canadian Modifieds, Thunder Stocks, Comp 4 and Stingers will go on as scheduled and Brighton Speedway will be offering discount admission to try and offset any inconvenience to its patrons.

“With the Trucks of Overkill Evolution driven by Mike Vaters II the 2015 Monster Jam World Freestyle Champion and Black Stallion driven by Matt Cody coming all the way from Hagerstown, Maryland a decision had to be made today” states track Promoter Mark Rinaldi.  “It is a very long drive for them to get here just to turn around and a very large expense for the Speedway so it is the best decision for both parties involved to postpone the event.

The new date for the Summer Smash event will now be scheduled on September 8th as part of Brighton Speedway’s Championship night.  Fans who have already purchased tickets for this Saturdays event have the option of saving their tickets until September 8th where they will be valid or getting a full refund by contacting the speedway office during business hours.  Refunds will not be available at the track on Saturday night.

We thanks fans for understanding the trials of scheduling around Mother Nature as she has not been much of a race fan this season. 

Revised Details for Saturday June 23th

Read’s Accounting Presents Saturday Night Racing
Gates open at 5:30, Racing Starts at 7pm sharp
Classes competing: Bainer’s Radiator Canadian Modifieds, Brighton Automotive Thunder Stocks, Bill’s Johns Comp 4 and Quinte Septic Stingers.
Admission: Adults -$10.00, Students and Seniors -$8.00, Children 7-12 - $2.00, 6 and under are free. 

New Date for the Gerow Propane Summer Smash is Saturday September 8th during the John’s Equipment Championship night and Danny Reid Memorial.





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Brighton Speedway’s 2018 season is proudly supported by the following corporate sponsors: ABC Taxi, Adecco, Archer’s Poultry, B & H Carpet, Bainer’s OilGARD Anti-Rust, Bay Marine, Behan Construction, Bellevue Fabricating Ltd., Bill’s Johns, Brighton Automotive, Brighton Recycling, Campbellford Chrysler, Canadian National Autism Foundation, CANEX, Classic Rock 107.9, Coca-Cola, Comfort Zone Heating & Air Conditioning, Cool 100, Deerhaven Farm and Garden, Dibbits Excavating, Electro Cables, Excel Tower Service, Fidelity Engineering & Construction, First Place Trailers, Gerow Propane, Gord’s Water, Greig Truck & Trailer, Humber Nurseries, Hotch’s Auto Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, Motorsport Designs, John’s Equipment, Lange & Fetter Ford, Larry’s Towing, Lucas Oil, McDougall Insurance and Financial, Mix 97, Mystical Distributing, Owasco RV, Part Source, Pinty’s, Quinte Septic, Rapid Rad, Read’s Accounting, Rock 107, Sanderson Tire and Automotive, Stoneridge Specialty Insurance, The Community Press, TURRIS Communications, 95.5 Hits FM, UCB Radio Canada, Ultramar Parkland, Weaver Funeral Home, Workman’s OK Tire, Vanderlaan Building Products, VanZuylen Tire, and VP Racing Fuels.

About Brighton Speedway: Brighton Speedway is a 1/3-mile clay stock car racing oval located on the shores of Lake Ontario in Brighton, Ont. The speedway hosts five weekly stock car divisions on Saturday nights and youth Go-Kart racing on Thursday nights from May to September.
Kevin Bridge Scores Feature Victory at Sauble Speedway
After enduring a tough opening night at the beach, Kincardine's Kevin Bridge returned to his familiar spot – victory lane at Sauble Speedway.

The two-time track champion started off the night with a runner-up in the first heat after a race-long battle with Craig Kamrath. He then backed it up with a fourth-place finish in the second heat after battling more motor issues.

The team worked hard to get it fixed for the feature, and after an early-race battle for the top spot with Kamrath, Bridge would take the lead and didn’t look back the rest of the way en route to scoring the victory.

Bridge will be back at Sauble Speedway on Saturday night for the third night of points racing.

Kevin Bridge Racing is proud to be supported by LiUNA, Coldwell Banker – Kincardine, UPI Energy, Spira Fire Protection, Permatex, Huronview Insurance Brokers Ltd., Daniel Kelley Custom Cabinetry, Gilcreest Speed and Custom, and Castrol.

Be sure to keep up on all the happenings this season by liking the Kevin Bridge Racing facebook page at, and following Bridge on twitter at

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Cameron McGlashan Scores Top-10 in Return to Sunset Speedway
After spending time away from Sunset Speedway, Cameron McGlashan returned with a sixth-place finish on Saturday night.

The defending Mini Stock Champion started off the night by getting a feel for a his new ride, posting a solid sixth-place finish in the first heat. He then began to gain some speed in the second qualifier, posting a third-place finish after starting sixth.

His qualifying effort would see him start deep in the field for the 25-lap feature, but he would move forward solidly throughout the event en route to a sixth-place finish.

The Dave Middel-owned mustang is proud to receive sponsorship from Arbor Aces Tree Care Inc, ORVAuto, and Orillia Metal Fabrication.

Keep up with Cameron McGlashan and McGlashan Motorsports by liking their facebook page at and following Cameron McGlashan on twitter at

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Ron Quesnelle Scores Pair of Top-Seven Finishes at Sunset Speedway
Following the crash in last week’s second feature, Ron Quesnelle was able to bounce back with a pair of solid runs on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway.

The KDR Motorsports team opened up the night solidly, scoring a fourth-place finish in the first 35-lap feature.

The second feature would see Quesnelle begin to move forward after starting mid-pack, though contact from behind sent him around for a spin. Restarting at the back of the pack, he made his way back up to seventh by the time the checkered flag flew.

Quesnelle will be back in action on the next night of points racing at Sunset Speedway, which will be Saturday, June 23. It is fan appreciation night so be sure to show up early, and head down on track to get an autograph from Quesnelle.

The KDR Motorsports’ No. 57 Late Model is proud to have sponsorship from Triplecrete Limited, Hassell Automotive, Emco Waterworks, D&S Collision Centre, Forterra Pipe & Precast, and Fierce Wraps for the 2018 campaign.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Rick Spencer-Walt Endures Tough Night at Peterborough Speedway
Hopeful to turn their luck around at Peterborough Speedway, things did not go according to plan this past Saturday night for Spencer-Walt Motorsports.

Turning the fifth quickest time in qualifying, Rick Spencer-Walt would draw the pole starting spot for the 100-lap main event. Things started off solidly, as he would lead the first 20 laps, poised for a strong night, when contact from behind on Lap 21 sent Spencer-Walt for a spin.

Restarting from the tail of the field, he began to work his way back forward once again, and he would manage to break his way back into the top-10 as the race reached the halfway point. However, it wasn’t meant to be, as contact from another competitor sent Spencer-Walt around for a second time at Lap 54, ending his night early. He would be credited with a 22nd-place finish.

Despite the past couple of weeks not going as planned for Spencer-Walt Motorsports, they have not given up, with hours being spent in the shop getting ready for their next outing. The next date is currently to be determined, as the team re-evaluates their options heading into the second half of the season.

Spencer-Walt Motorsports is proud to be supported by, Jim Wilson Chevrolet, Auto Trim Design, Byer’s Equipment Motorsports, Orser Technical Services, Heidi’s RV Superstore,, HOTC, Speedy Auto Glass Orillia, Frame Shop Huntsville, Speedy Auto Machine, Red Castle Performance, and EPIC Racewear.

Keep up with Rick Spencer-Walt and Spencer-Walt Motorsports by liking their facebook page at and following Rick Spencer-Walt on twitter at


Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Wally Wilson Stays Determined Despite Practice Crash at Jukasa
While it wasn’t the day that Wally Wilson originally envisioned at Jukasa Motor Speedway, his grit and determination earned him praise from fellow competitors and fans alike.

The day didn’t start off well as in the second practice for the OSCAAR Modifieds, Wally Wilson would make significant contact with the turn three/four wall, causing damage to the No. 69 Modified. While there was thoughts that the day was over right then, that wasn’t set to be the case. Through the determination of the team, along with help from Mike Westwood, Hawn Racing, Mike Hearty, Cory Horner’s team, and others, repairs were made to get the car back on-track for action later on that day.

While he missed his qualifying heat due to repairs, he was able to start the 40-lap feature from the tail of the field. Dealing with some parts still shaking, Wilson made five laps in the main event, before pulling off into the pits. The modified is currently at Mike Westwood’s shop, where repairs are being made so Wilson can be back on-track for the next event.

The OSCAAR Modifieds will be back in action at Jukasa Motor Speedway on June 23 alongside the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series and Ontario Outlaw Super Late Models.

Wilson’s efforts are supported by The Fyre Place & Patio Shop,, and Wix Filters. Wally Wilson Racing is a proud supporter of #BurnOutTheBully and Laps for Muscular Dystrophy..

Keep up with Wally Wilson by liking his facebook page at, while following on twitter at

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin – AM Marketing –


(Halifax, NS - June 20, 2018) The Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour is headed to Scotia Speedworld for the Nova Truck Centres Make-A-Wish 150 this Saturday, June 23rd. The Nova Truck Centres 150 will mark round four of 12 for the elite stock car racing series and the second of only four visits to the oval located just outside of Halifax, NS. Grandstand gates for the Nova Truck Centres Make-A-Wish 150 open at 3:00pm; Atlantic Tiltload qualifying is slated for 6:00pm.

Cole Butcher currently leads the championship standings by 24 points over Shawn Turple (Enfield, NS) who jumps to second following his first win of the season last weekend at Riverside Speedway.  Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) falls to third after leading the points last week. Craig Slaunwhite (Terence Bay, NS) and Darren MacKinnon (Charlottetown, PE) continues to hold strong in the fourth and fifth positions respectively and well within striking distance of the top three.

Making their Scotia Speedworld debut is the MJS and Prime Lift East Coast Mini Stock Tour who will run a 50 lap feature prior to the Nova Truck Centres Make-A-Wish 150.

Also joining the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour on Saturday is the Atlantic Provinces Make-A- Wish Foundation and two of their Wish Kids and families. Deven, 18 years old and David seven years both hail from Nova Scotia and are pumped to take part in all of the race day festivities.

“Make-A-Wish Atlantic Provinces values partners like Nova Truck Centres, who understand that a single wish can transform the lives of children, their families, volunteers, supporters, medical professionals and entire communities. We hope everyone will join us on June 23 for the Nova Truck Centres Make-A-Wish 150!” Said Tracy Durkee-Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Make-A-Wish Atlantic Provinces.

Race Time Radio will also be in the house on Saturday, race broadcast will be available for listeners absolutely free, no subscription necessary, via by clicking the “Listen Live” link.

Admission for Saturday’s Nova Truck Centres Make-A-Wish 150 is $25.00 for adults; $8.00 for youth; pit admission is $30.00. Children 7 and under are admitted for free (Cash Only).

Friday night the CARSTAR Weekly Racing Series will warm up the track with four divisions seeing action. The Affordable Fuels Sportsman return with Kirk Ryan (Upper Nine Mile River) leading a tight pack in the standings. Emily Meehan (Rawdon Gold Mines) will have her Brother Adam sliding into the seat of her point leading No. 75 car in Strictly Hydraulics Legend action. Steve Matthews (Bedford) leads the thrilling Toursec Lightning division after three races. Josh Langille (Outlaw, Coldbrook), Owen Mahar (Hubley, Bandit) and Gage Gilby (Enfield, Beginner Bandolero) show the way in the Hydraulics Plus Bandolero divisions after a pair of events.

Admission for Friday’s CARSTAR Weekly Racing Series is $15.00 for adults, youth (8-15) $5.00, pits $18.00. Value priced weekend passes are available for $35.00, weekend pit passes $40.00.

EXPECTED ENTRY LIST - Nova Truck Centres 150 (as of June 16)























*Entry list subject to change without notice


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Scotia Speedworld (SSW) is a 3/10-mile asphalt oval racing facility. SSW is the only track in Nova Scotia to host a weekly racing series, which runs May through September and features six different classes of racecars. SSW also hosts special events, including Monster Jam and the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. SSW is located at Exit 6 on Highway 102, across from the Halifax Stanfield International Airport. For more information please click on or call our Event Hotline at (902) 873-2277 or our office at (902) 481-2514. Like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter

About the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour

The Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour (PST) is considered the highest level of stock car racing in Canada. The Tour is recognized in the industry as one of the healthiest stock car racing series in North America. PST visits four tracks throughout the Maritimes during its May through September season. The Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour is owned and operated by Maritime Pro Stock Tour Limited. For more information, call our administration office at 902.481.2531 or click . You can also follow us on Twitter at  and like us on Facebook at

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PETITCODIAC, NB (June 20, 2018) - Management for the Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame (MMHF) is pleased to announce the 10 new inductees who will comprise the Class of 2018. Each is being recognized for significant accomplishments and/or contributions in Maritime motorsports.


From New Brunswick

·         Gerard Clow (Moncton) Competitor,  Drag Racing

·         Robert 'Bob' Duncan (Rothesay) Competitor, Stock Car

·         James MacKinnon (Moncton, residing in Dartmouth, NS) Competitor,  Motorcycle


From Nova Scotia

·         Mitchell 'Mitch' Cooke (Truro) - Competitor/Promoter, Motocross

·         Danny Fahie (residing in Orange, California) - Competitor/Builder, Motocross/Supercross

·         Mike Kaplan (Dartmouth) - Competitor, Drag Racing / Track Announcer

·         George Koszkulics (New Glasgow) - Competitor/Builder, Stock Car

·         Stanley Miller (Kennetcook) - Builder, Stock Car

·         Atlantic Canada Chapter of the Studebaker Drivers Club, Inc. (Cooks Brook) - Club


From Prince Edward Island

·         Debbie Livingston-Martin & Paul MacKenzie (Charlottetown) Jr. Drag Racing, Promoter


Thirty nominations were considered by the MMHF Induction Committee in making their selection; they would like to thank everyone who submitted a nomination.


The formal induction ceremony is set for November 17 at the Best Western Glengarry in Truro, Nova Scotia. Tickets are $80.00and available by calling 506-756-2110. A block of rooms is being held at a special group rate of $125.99/night (including a full hot breakfast for two) until October 31, 2018, based on availability. Call 1-800-780-7234 and let them know you will be attending the MMHF function to qualify for the group rate.


The dress code is formal for this occasion.


Bios for each of the members of the Class of 2018 follow (in alphabetic order):


Gerard 'Gerry' Clow - In 1983, Gerry purchased a 1969 Mustang 428 Cobra Jet convertible Stock Eliminator and went drag racing. In 1986 he joined a group of 16 top Maritime drag racers to redevelop the Maitland NS drag strip. In May 1987 he became the first New Brunswicker to win an NHRA Division event (Old Bridge Township Raceway Park, Englishtown, New Jersey). In 1998 Gerry achieved perhaps his greatest success in drag racing; while still a participant he became a promoter of which he continued until 2010 - by then, local interest had expanded from less than 12 racers to over 24. 2008 was a highlight when he partnered with sponsors at Miramichi Dragway to host the richest Stock/Super Stock race in the Maritimes, with over 20 cars registered. In 2010, he retired.


Mitchell 'Mitch' Cooke - Starting at the age of eight, he became a Maritime Motocross legend. His professional motocross career started in 1999 when he signed with Two-Wheel Motorsports, Canada's largest motocross team. He has raced world-wide: Africa, Bermuda, Belgium, Holland, Italy, India and the United States. In 2006, he raced in front of his hometown crowd at Riverglade MX, earning a spot on the podium in both the 250 and 450 class. The native Nova Scotian has had a dream career including two national wins in New Brunswick and Manitoba, and a total of 14 podium finishes. He continues to give back to the Atlantic Motocross 2009 he and his father re-opened Pleasant Valley Motocross.  Mitch has multiple business interests that combine all the things he enjoys.


Robert 'Bob' Duncan - Bob Duncan raced in New Brunswick at Brookside Speedway, Hammond River Raceway, River Glade Speedway, Petty Raceway and Speedway 660. In 1989 he raced two full schedules, a late model with MASCAR and a sportsman at Hammond River Raceway; he won the division championship at Hammond River. In 1991 he became owner/crew chief for his sons, Dana and Chris. For a time he had three cars running at Speedway 660, for his sons and himself.  As a crew chief, Bob's cars won championships in 1993 at Hammond River and in 1994 at Speedway 660. From 1998 to 2005 the Duncan family had the only two-car pro stock team in the Maritimes. Bob still helps his son Chris in his racing career at Speedway 660.


Danny Fahie - Danny started racing motocross in the Atlantic region in 1983, by his fourth year he won the open Pro motocross class. He has traveled the world working with the best riders at the top level and has been the Monster Energy Kawasaki team manager since 2011, currently the senior manager for the United States Kawasaki motocross team that competes at the FIM World Championships of Supercross and Motocross. Danny has a Diploma of Engineering from Dalhousie University, a Bachelor of Engineering, Metallurgy, Technical University of Nova Scotia, and a Master of Arts in Management, University of Redlands, California.


Mike Kaplan - Mike's motorsports career started in 1965 as a drag racer at Maitland Dragway where he won his first race. 1966 saw him with a Baracuda, winning many times. His '427 Hot Shot' car was featured on the cover of the grand opening program for Drag City.  'Charlie Brown', a factory 1968 Cougar XR7, running a Barry Poole setup, won a runner-up trophy in the Top Eliminator division at Cayuga. Altogether, he won 115 trophies while drag racing. He has been an announcer at Drag City, Atlantic Speedway, Scotia Speedworld, Cape Breton Miners Speedway, Exhibition Park, Metro Centre, Centre for Speed, Lake Doucette Motor Speedway, Petty International Raceway, Speedway 660, Riverside International Speedway, Raceway Park, and PEI Go-Kart. He has been a motorsports promoter on Fredericton's "Nick Story Hour" while announcing at the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition, and for two years as co-host with Ernie Ledwidge of a television show. In 2004, he was honoured by the local Shrine Club for the help he has provided them in fundraising at Scotia Speedworld.


George Koszkulics - George started racing in 1974 and, in 2018, is still competing. George has had much success and multiple wins as a driver at numerous tracks in the Maritimes, at New Smyrna Speedway in Florida, and at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine. George was a crew member of the King Racing team when it fielded cars in the ACT Tour, the NASCAR Busch North Series, and the ASA (with Scott Fraser). In 2006, he teamed up with Nova Racing, driving No. 88 and preparing cars for 2015 Pro Stock Tour champion and NASCAR Pinty's Series winner Donald Chisholm, and for all of the NASCAR celebrity drivers which have participated in the IWK 250.

Debbie Livingston-Martin / Paul MacKenzie (deceased) - In 1999, Debbie and Paul started the Jr. Dragster program for youth aged eight to 15 by holding a class for interested children and their parents, with drug education and safety, on Friday evenings at the local Jr. High School in Charlottetown. On Saturday morning the sessions moved to Raceway Park, where students put the theory to practice in Jr. Cars. Each student received a trophy, hat, and shirt. The emphasis was on the group learning and having fun. Debbie and Paul had many sponsors, one of the first were the PEI Police Association. In 1999 the Jr. Drag racing program on PEI started with one Jr. Dragster. By 2006 there were 18  Jr. racecars in existence. The Atlantic Drag Racing Association is also running a competitive points program at all the Maritime Dragstrips for the Jr. Class. In October 2012, Paul passed away but, in spite of her grief, Debbie continued donating her time to the young people. At the track, she has helped raise money for Jr. program and over the past five years helped the track and racers raise almost $50,000 for cancer research in their Pink with a Twist Program. Those around her are never ceased to be amazed by her personality and first to help attitude.


James MacKinnon - He competed from 1956 to 1969 as a motorcycle racer, road racer, drag racer and a great club supporter. He held the Maritime Road Racing Championship for three years. In 1961, riding his Norton 99, he won the Grand Prix Motorcycle Race at the Scoudouc airfield, taking home the Frank Buxton trophy and $50.00. Besides Scoudouc, he raced at McEwen's in New Brunswick; at Atlantic Park and Maitland in Nova Scotia, and at Mosport in Ontario.


Stanley Miller - Stanley Miller has been involved in stock car racing since 1969; he has been a race car builder, car owner, and crew chief - sometimes wearing more than one of these hats a time. The Miller Racing team has helped many successful racers with as many as eight cars racing out of his shop at one time including championship street stock cars. His dedication to racing has taken him from Newfoundland to Ontario to Florida - and many stops in between. He is well-known for his willingness to help fellow competitors - and for always having an answer to those racing questions. His motto: "If it's for a race car, it's free. Josh Collins, owner-driver, of the car Stanley has worked on most recently calls Stanley Miller "a legend."


Atlantic Canada Chapter of the Studebaker Drivers Club Inc. (ACC) - Formed June 9, 1996, this club is a chartered affiliate of the International Studebaker Drivers Club Inc. (SDC). ACC members are required to be members of the SDC. The emphasis is on driving the Studebakers. The ACC is a Club for Studebaker owners and anyone interested in Studebaker cars, trucks and later Packards. In 2017 there were a total of 63 members from Atlantic Canada, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, and Maine. The ACC's bi-monthly newsletter, “Studenews” has won a number of SDC newsletter competitions. For the past 21 years, the club has displayed and promoted the Studebaker marquee in Atlantic Canada. The ACC is a member of the National Association of Antique Car Clubs of Canada and of the Maritime Motorsports Hall Of Fame Inc.

To learn more about the Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame (MMHF) please visit the MMHF museum in Petitcodiac or online at
Flamboro Speedway / Flamboro Speedway results June 9, 2018
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on June 23, 2018, 07:44:20 AM »
Flamboro Speedway results June 9, 2018

Pure Stock Feature #1 : #30 Dale Lucas, #31k Keara Gallant, #21 Ryan Jillar, #90 Andy Wheller, #42 Leo Labarbera, #38 Bill Rutherford, #10 Courtney Scott, #5 Jared Bodnar, #88 Mark Dennis, #31 Brandon McFerran, #48 Steve Deleeuw, #8 Reuben Fluit, #7 Jenna Johnston, #18 Chris Pendlebury (NF), #2 Travis Hofstetter (NF), #24 Travis Weber (NS), #78 Clinton Kerkhof (DQ)

Pure Stock Feature #2 : #90 Andy Wheller, #78 Clinton Kerkhof (DQ), #30 Dale Lucas, #10 Courtney Scott, #38 Bill Rutherford, #5 Jared Bodnar, #21 Ryan Hillar, #88 Mark Dennis, #48 Steve Deleeuw, #31 Brandon McFerran, #7 Jenna Johnston, #24 Travis Weber, #42 Leo Labarbera (NF), #31k Keara Gallant, #2 Travis Hofstetter (NF), #18 Chris Pendlebury (NS), #8 Reuben Fluit (NS)

Mini Stock Feature #1 : #88 Jake Watson, #46 Wayde Thorne, #72 Billy Schwartzenburg, #79 Kyle Istead, #7 Matt Young, #5 Jonathan Ayrton, #77 Mike Hooper, #86 Erik Dalla Riva, #76 Shawn Taylor, #84 Scott Mast, #81 Karl Sault, #45 Kaitlyn Wallace, #59 Tyler Lewis, #3 Kyle Dasilva, #78 Wendy Adams, #80 Jason Leblanc, #03 Jake Gilbert (NF), #26 Mark Klotz (NF)

Mini Stock Feature #2 : #81 Karl Sault, #86 Erik Dalla Riva, #76 Shawn Taylor, #7 Matt Young, #46 Wayde Thorne, #72 Billy Schwartzenberg, #03 Jake Gilbert, #88 Jake Watson, #79 Kyle Istead, #77 Mike Hooper, #26 Mark Klotz, #5 Jonathan Ayrton, #3 Kyle Dasilva, #84 Scott Mast, #78 Wendy Adams, #80 Jason Leblanc, #45 Kaitlyn Wallace, #59 Tyler Lewis (NF)

Super Stock Feature #1 : #89 Jake Watson, #13 Brad Collison,#63 Carson Nagy, #7 Bobby Mercer, #37 Jeff Bean, #8 R.J. Croteau, #12 Justin Collison, #92 A.J. Miller, #72 Randy Rusnell (NF)

Super Stock Feature #2 : #7 Bobby Mercer, #13 Brad Collison, #89 Jake Watson, #63 Carson Nagy, #12 Justin Collison, #37 Jeff Bean, #92 A.J. Miller, #72 Randy Rusnell (NF), #8 R.J. Croteau (NS)

Pro Four Modified Feature #1 : #38 Rodney Rutherford, #33 Cliff Hodgkinson, #93 Dan Petit, #36 Dave Hodgkinson, #32 Gillian Hils, #0 Shannon Morris, #63 Mark Lucas, #91 Larry Westwood

Pro Four Modified Feature #2 : #63 Mark Lucas, #93 Dan Petit, #38 Rodney Rutherford, #36 Dave Hodgkinson, #33 Cliff Hodgkinson, #32 Gillian Hils, #0 Shannon Morris, #91 Larry Westwood

Late Model Feature #1 : #97 Blair Wickett, #27 Kevin Albers, #51 Mike Bentley, #15 Matt Lockwood, #02 Mark Burbridge, #73 Nick Troback, #36 Gary Elliott, #55 Chris Howse, #38 Chris Boschler, #88 Tim Norris, #63 Hudson Nagy, #74 Allie Ditner, #91 Mike Westwood, #5 Brandon Huras, #84 J.R. Fitzpatrick, #46 Mike Klotz (NF)

Late Model Feature #2 : #63 Hudson Nagy, #27 Kevin Albers, #51 Mike Bentley, #02 Mark Burbridge, #15 Matt Lockwood, #73 Nick Troback, #88 Tim Norris, #36 Gary Elliott, #38 Chris Boschler, #74 Allie Ditner, #5 Brandon Huras, #97 Blair Wickett, #84 J.R. Fitzpatrick, #91 Mike Westwood, #55 Chris Howse (NF), #46 Mike Klotz (NS)

Flamboro Speedway results June 10, 2018

Pure Stocks Time Trials : #92 Kyle Neumeister 19.150, #81 Rodney Rutherford 19.427, #0 Phil Givens 19.732, #66 Jeff Miller 19.810, #30 Dale Lucas 19.891, #2 Gillian Hils 19.907, #73 Jordan Morris 20.004, #10 Courtney Scott 20.075, #21 Ryan Hillar 20.143, #5 Jared Bodnar 20.164, #78 Clinton Kerkhof 20.170 (DQ), #31 Lane Zardo 20.237 (DQ), #16 Wayde Thorne 20.241, #2 Travis Hofstetter 20.283, #42 Leo Labarbera 20.296, #77 Dylan Sharpe 20.328, #88 Mark Dennis, 20.404, #48 STeve Deleeuw 20.408, #7 Matt Young 20.492, #72 Michael Neumeister 20.584, #23 Andrew Castelein 20.681, #8 Michael Kenny 21.227, #84 Julie Saunders 21.616, #59L Kris Lawrence 25.889, #31k Chad Corcoran (no transponder)

Pure Stock Feature : #92 Kyle Neumeister, #81 Rodney Rutherford, #0 Phil Givens, #73 Jordan Morris, #59L Kris Lawrence, #66Jeff Miller, #16 Wayde Thorne, #30 Dale Lucas, #5 Jared Bodnar, #32 Gillian Hils, #77 Dylan Sharpe, #42 Leo Labarbera, #21 Ryan Hillar, #31 Lane Zardo, #2 Travis Hofstetter, #23 Andrew Castelein, #7 Matt Young, #88 Mark Dennis, #72 Michael Neumeister, #48 Steve Deleeuw, #84 Julie Saunders, #8 Michael Kenny, #78 Clinton Kerkhof, #31k Chad Corcoran, #10 Courtney Scott

Mini Stock Time Trials : #76 Shawn Taylor 17.991, #36 Cory Young 18.009, #64 Brandon Crumbie 18.045, #88 Jake Watson 18.099, #72 Billy Schwartzenberg 18.131, #75 Scott Mast 18.137, #46 Wayde Thorne 18.198, #81 Karl Sault 18.240, #14 Brian Wilson 18.263, #03 Jake Gilbert 18.321, #81 Samantha Shaw 18.334, #86 Erik Dalla Riva 18.385, #12 Jacob Robb 18.418, #5 Jonathan Ayrton 18.451, #7 Matt Young 18.472, #94 Stefan Woyslaw 18.548, #84 Andrea Parsons 18.550, #71 Russ Aicken 18.593, #34 Kevin Strutt 18.621, #41 Scott McGregor 18.670, #15 Rodney Rutherford 18.742, #55 Connor James 18.862, #1 Jason Tolton 18.966, #92 Kyle Neumeister 19.114, #49 Tom Erkenswiller 19.483, #59 Tyler Lewis 20.195, #19 Kyle Wert 20.620

Mini Stock Feature : #64 Brandon Crumbie (DQ), #36 Cory Young, #88 Jake Watson (DQ), #75 Scott Mast, #46 Wayde Thorne, #81 Samantha Shaw, #76 Shawn Taylor, #14 Brian Wilson, #03 Jake Gilbert, #71 Russ Aicken, #12 Jacob Robb, #86 Erik Dalla Riva, #72 Billy Schwartzenberg, #7 Matt Young, #55 Connor James, #81 Karl Sault, #84 Andrea Parsons, #94 Stefan Woyslaw, #15 Rodney Rutherford, #5 Jonathan Ayrton, #92 Kyle Neumeister, #19 Kyle Wert, #34 Kevin Strutt, #49 Tom Erkenswiller, #41 Scott McGregor, #1 Jason Tolton, #59 Tyler Lewis

Super Stock Time Trials : #89 Andy Kamrath 16.307, #32 Treyton Lapcevich 16.444, #36 Kevin Grubb 16.508, #28 Jo Lawrence 16.592, #31 Brandon McFerran 16.596, #21 Matt Bentley 16.624, #17 Kenny McNicol Jr., 16.691, #63 Carson Nagy 16.716, #48 Coltin Everingham 16.737, #13 Brad Collison 16.758, #7 Steve Cashmore 16.859, #12 Justin Collison 16.951, #37 Jeff Bean 17.254, #93 Jerry Broom 17.578

Super Stock Feature : #89 Andy Kamrath, #32 Treyton Lapcevich, #36 Kevin Grubb, #31 Brandon McFerran, #17 Kenny McNicol Jr., #48 Coltin Everingham, #63 Carson Nagy, #21 Matt Bentley, #13 Brad Collison, #12 Justin Collison, #7 Steve Cashmore, #93 Jerry Broom, #37 Jeff Bean, #28 Jo Lawrence
Cory Turner Scores Second Career Ohsweken Win With Last Lap Heroics
CAISTOR CENTRE, Ont. – June 19, 2018 – Cory Turner got past Tyler Hendricks on the final lap of the 20-lap 360 Sprint Car Feature to score his first win of the 2018 season in his KT Tobacco/Silo Wireless sponsored No.97 last Friday night at Ohsweken Speedway. He followed it up with a third-place finish on Saturday night at Brighton Speedway with the Southern Ontario Sprints.
“We’ve been really good the first six weeks,” Turner said. “Other than our Ohio trip, we’ve been on the podium every night. You need to be consistently up front and the wins will come. We’re really happy with the way the season’s gone so far. It’s a big testament to our car owners; our partners and we have a ton of guys that help us week in and week out. A lot of people have had a part in our success.”
Cory had a tough road to victory on Friday, racing forward from seventh to fifth in his heat race in order to qualify as the final redraw car.
“We definitely had the tougher heat,” Turner said. “I got by Jim Porter and I got by Mitch Brown to get into the redraw. Those heat races right now, you have to run your hardest. I snuck into the redraw and we got left the number eight pill.”
Starting eighth in the 20-lap Feature, Turner methodically made his way forward. Following the final caution on lap 12, Turner was embroiled in a heated battle for second with Jim Huppunen.
“We were good and I got into a slide job war with Jimmy and I finally cleared him with two laps to go,” Turner explained. “Hendricks had 20 car lengths on me and I ran him down pretty good, and then he got over the cushion coming to the white flag. I drove hard into turn one and let the car go up to the top and then railed the top in turns three and four and we won.”

The win was Turner’s third in a 360 Sprint Car and second of his career at Ohsweken. Following the win, the team had little time to celebrate as they performed maintenance and made changes to prepare for the Southern Ontario Sprints season opener at Brighton Speedway on Saturday night.
Turner raced to a third-place finish in his heat race to qualify for the redraw where he pulled the seventh starting spot for the main event. He wasted little time driving forward and was up to fourth by lap five and then had to work hard to chase down Kyle Fraser for the runner up spot after getting past Jake Brown.
He eventually drove up to second before falling back to third after a tough battle amongst lapped traffic with Dylan Westbrook in the caution-free race.
“We were good again and I was really happy with the car,” Turner said. “We got to the front on the bottom and I kind of stayed down there. I needed to go rip the cushion because it was good late in the race. It was a really good racetrack that was smooth right to the top.”
The 25-lap feature was completed in six minutes, 17 seconds, falling just 11 seconds shy of the track record.
“I was really surprised we didn’t have a caution,” Turner explained. “We put extra fuel in because we thought we’d have one.”
Turner will be back in action at Ohsweken on Friday, June 22 and plans to compete on Saturday, June 23 at Merrittville Speedway with the Southern Ontario Sprints. For additional event information, visit and
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