Daniel Hawn Hat Tricks to 10th Straight Feature Victory

OSCAAR Pro Sprints Top 3 at Sauble Speedway

The dominance from Hawn Racing continues as Daniel Hawn scored the feature victory on Saturday night at Sauble Speedway.

Norman Newman won the first heat for his third of the season ahead of James Stanley, Brody Rickwood, Ryan Battilana and Gary Triska. Unfortunately, Rob Summers was unable to start due to mechanical issues.

Daniel Hawn won the second heat for his eighth of the season ahead of Shawn Stanley, Jaden Riddel, Kevin Taylor, and Brian MacDonald. Unfortunately, Tyler Cullen and Parker Bowman failed to start due to mechanical issues.

Daniel Hawn went for the daily double ahead of Newman, James Stanley, and Gary Triska as Cullen and Riddel were unable to start.

Brody Rickwood won the fourth heat for his third of the season ahead of Battilana, Taylor, Shawn Stanley, and Parker Bowman as MacDonald and Summers failed to start.

Come feature time, Daniel Hawn made his way to the front of the field to score his 10th straight feature victory dating back to last season, and first triumph at Sauble Speedway.

Norman Newman was the runner-up for his second podium of the season, followed by James Stanley in third with his second straight podium. Ryan Battilana finished fourth for the second straight weekend in a row, with Shawn Stanley in fifth for a season-best performance.

Kevin Taylor and Gary Triska were sixth and seventh for the second straight weekend in a row, with Brian MacDonald in eighth for a season-best performance. Ultimately, mechanical issues would see Tyler Cullen, Parker Bowman, Jaden Riddel, and Rob Summers fail to start the feature.

By Ashley McCubbin

Photos by Dan Little Jr Photography

Gary Elliott Leads Flag-to-Flag for OSCAAR Modified Feature Victory

OSCAAR Modifieds Top 3 at Sauble Speedway

Starting up front, Gary Elliott led all 40 laps en route to scoring his first OSCAAR Modified feature victory of 2018.

Cory Horner won the first heat for his 10th of the season ahead of Marshall Schrenk, John Harper, Jason Bowden, Jason Keen, and Wally Wilson.

Luke Gignac won the second qualifier for his second of the season ahead of Dale Reinhart, Gary Elliott, Jeff Showler, Jase Cornell, and Tyler Di Venanzo.

Jeff Showler got his second heat win of the season ahead of Gignac, Harper, Bowden, Schrenk, and Di Venanzo.

Jase Cornell got his first heat win of the season ahead of Elliott, Horner, Reinhart, Keen, and Wilson.

Come feature time, Gary Elliott took the lead on Lap 1 and never looked back en route to his first feature victory of the season. Notably, it marks his 40th career feature win.

Defending series champion Luke Gignac finished second for his best finish of the season, with Dale Reinhart third for his fourth straight top-five. Jeff Showler placed fourth for his second consecutive top-five, with Jase Cornell rounding out the top-five for a season-best performance.

Cory Horner and John Harper rebounded to finish sixth and seventh after an incident mid-race together, followed by Jason Keen in eighth. Marshall Schrenk finished ninth, followed by Jason Bowden, Wally Wilson, and Tyler Di Venanzo.

By Ashley McCubbin

Photos by Dan Little Jr Photography

OSCAAR Pro Sprint Sauble Speedway Preview

OSCAAR Pro Sprints

After a thriller at Peterborough Speedway, the OSCAAR Pro Sprints are primed and ready for their fourth event of the 2018 campaign at Sauble Speedway this weekend.

The man to beat is Daniel Hawn as he has swept the first four races this season, giving him nine straight dating back to last year. For the record, he has yet to win at Sauble Speedway, though, scoring a pair of runner-ups in 2017.

James Stanley will be looking good run after scoring a runner-up at Peterborough Speedway. He has run well at Sauble previously, scoring a pair of top-fives last year.

Rob Summers will be looking for a top-10 finish this weekend after making significant contact with the frontstretch wall during his qualifying heat race, ending his night early at Flamboro. He finished eighth last season at Sauble.

Gary Triska will be looking for another top-10 after picking up a season-best seventh at Peterborough Speedway. Notably, his best finish at Sauble was seventh last year in June.

Brody Rickwood will be looking for his second straight top-10 after finishing eighth at Peterborough. He has ran well at Sauble, scoring a fourth and sixth last season.

Shawn Stanley will be hoping to break back into the top-10 at Sauble after experiencing mechanical issues at Peterborough. Notably, he posted a 10th-place finish last year at the beach.

Ryan Battilana will hope to score his first OSCAAR podium this weekend as he has started off the 2018 campaign with three fourth-place finishes and an 11th.

Jaded Riddel will hope to break back into the top-five after scoring his worst finish of his rookie campaign last weekend at Peterborough with a 10th.

You also have to keep your eye on the other youngster Tyler Cullen, as he enters the weekend on the heels of back-to-back third-place finishes.

Kevin Taylor hopes to carry the momentum forward following his fourth straight top-eight finish.

Parker Bowman will be looking to get his season back on-track as he showed speed with a sixth in the season opener, though finished 14th and 11th in his most recent starts.

Norman Newman has done well so far this year, entering this weekend on the heels of back-to-back top-five finishes.

The Anthony brothers will hope to get the bugs worked out as issues plagued their runs, keeping them both outside of the top-10 thus far this season.

Bill Hetherton made his 2018 debut at Peterborough Speedway, scoring a ninth-place finish.

Brian MacDonald made his 2018 OSCAAR Pro Sprint debut at Flamboro, scoring a solid 10th-place finish.

Sophie Horton may be a rookie, but she’s proving that she can race door-to-door with the best in OSCAAR Pro Sprint competition after scoring a pair of runner-ups to kick off 2018.

By Ashley McCubbin

OSCAAR Modified Sauble Speedway Preview

OSCAAR Modifieds at Sauble Speedway

The busy schedule for the OSCAAR Modifieds continues this weekend as they will head to Sauble Speedway for their eighth race of the season. With a mix of young and old filling up the roster, it’ll be interesting to see who claims bragging rights.

Gary Elliott will be looking to score his fourth straight top-10 this weekend as it seems he has put the rough stretch from the start of the year behind him.

Luke Gignac will hope to keep the momentum rolling into the beach this weekend as he has posted three straight top-six finishes. Notably, he will in contention for the win last year at Sauble before a late-race wreck took him out of the event. It’s also worth noting that he finished fifth at Sauble in July 2017.

A.J. Emms looks to build on his success he’s had this season with back-to-back top-fives, including a runner-up last weekend at Peterborough Speedway. Emms has been solid in his previous events at Sauble, scoring a win and three top-10’s in three starts.

John Harper will be looking to keep the momentum going as he has posted seven straight finishes inside of the top-four. He has three prior top-10 finishes at Sauble, including a fourth last year.

The driver to watch this weekend could be Cory Horner as he will enter with the points lead and momentum after picking up the feature victory at Peterborough. Also, it’s worth noting that he won at Sauble last year, too.

Dale Reinhart is also looking forward to building upon his strong run at Peterborough, as the fourth-place finish was his third straight top-five. Notably, he posted a pair of sevenths at Sauble last year.

Wally Wilson hopes to repeat the success that he had last year at Sauble as it was the sight of his first career OSCAAR top-10 finish. He has a best result of 12th this season, coming at Sunset Speedway in July.

After a rough start to the year, Jase Cornell will be hunting for his fourth straight top-10 finish following a ninth at Peterborough. The beach could be the perfect spot for him to break into the top-five after finishing fourth last year.

Duane Cinnamon will hope to have a smooth day at Sauble Speedway after failing to finish in the top-10 the past two races, despite winning a heat at Peterborough. He did well earlier this year, as he finished fifth at Sunset Speedway at the beginning of July.

Dan Price will be looking for his second straight top-10 following a season-best eighth at Peterborough.

The 2018 rookie of the year candidates – Jason Bowden, Jason Keen, and Jeff Showler – have each impressed this season with lots of speed and ability behind the wheel.

Bowden enters this weekend hoping to get back to running in the top-10 after his race ended early at Peterborough with a crash on the first lap.

Showler enters this weekend hoping to carry forward the positive momentum from a strong third-place finish at Peterborough. Notably, that marked his third podium of 2018.

Keen hopes to find his steady consistency once again after posting back-to-back top-11 finishes.

Tyler Di Venanzo will look to keep building experience with his third series start of the season, following a 12th-place finish at Flamboro.

Marshall Schrenk will be looking to put some momentum together following back-to-back top-10’s.

The full itinerary and prices can be found on the Sauble Speedway website at http://www.saublespeedway.ca.

By: Ashley McCubbin

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