Alderson Jr.’s Dream OSCAAR Season Continues with OSCAAR Victory

OSCAAR Hot Rod Top 3 at Sauble Speedway

The rookie season that everybody wishes they could have is exactly how to describe the current state of affairs for Billy Alderson Jr., as he scored his first career OSCAAR Hot Rod Series victory on Sunday at Sauble Speedway.

The event was supposed to comprise of two full day shows over the weekend, however rain on Saturday saw the night cut short following a lone heat. Steve Book picked up the win ahead of Billy Alderson Jr., Tyler Hawn, Douglas Fischer, Paul Senior, Jeremy McLean, Steve Mayhew, Nick Clarke, Steve Aubertin, and Marty Monette.

The Sunday show went as planned, with a pair of qualifying heats before the feature.

Steve Book scored his first career OSCAAR Hot Rod Series heat win ahead of Hawn, Alderson Jr., Fischer, Senior, McLean, Mayhew, and Clarke.

Tyler Hawn scored his qualifying win of the season ahead of Fischer, Alderson Jr., McLean, Mayhew, Senior, Clarke, and Book.

Come feature time, Billy Alderson Jr. found his way to the front early, and never looked back en route to his first career OSCAAR Hot Rod Series victory. Notably, Alderson has finished each event this year in the top-six.

Tyler Hawn finished second as he has yet to finish outside of the top-seven this year, followed by Steve Book in third for a career-best finish. Paul Senior finished fourth, also marking a career-best performance, with Jeremy McLean rounding out the top-five for a season-best performance.

Steve Mayhew finished sixth for his fourth top-10, followed by Douglas Fischer and Nick Clarke.

By: Ashley McCubbin

Dale Reinhart Scores First Career OSCAAR Feature Victory

Modified Top 3 at Sauble Speedway

After coming close oh so many times, Dale Reinhart made it happen on Sunday at Sauble Speedway as he scored the victory in the 40-lap feature.

The event was set to be a two-day show, with qualifying and features on both days. However, a single set of heats was ran on Saturday before the rain came, ending the show early.

Cory Horner scored his 10th heat victory of the year ahead of Luke Gignac, Gary Elliott, John Harper, Marshall Schrenk, Ken Hayward, and Tyler Di Venanzo.

Jeff Showler picked up his third qualifying win ahead of Dale Reinhart, Jase Cornell, Jason Keen, Jason Bowden, and Wally Wilson.

Come Sunday, the modifieds were able to get their full show in without any issues.

Luke Gignac scored his third heat victory of the year ahead of Keen, Horner, Elliott, Schrenk, and Hayward.

Dale Reinhart picked up his second qualifying win ahead of Harper, Cornell, Showler, Bowden, and Wilson.

John Harper scored his fourth heat victory of the year ahead of Horner, Keen, Schrenk, Wilson, and Showler.

Gary Elliott picked up his third qualifying win ahead of Cornell, Reinhart, Gignac, Bowden, and Hayward.

Come feature time, Dale Reinhart found his way to the front and that’s all it took as he led the rest of the way for his first career OSCAAR modified feature victory. It also marked his fifth straight top-five finish.

John Harper finished second for his eighth top-five of 2018, followed by Jason Keen with his first career OSCAAR podium finish. Cory Horner fought back from a mid-race incident to finish fourth for his sixth top-five, followed by Luke Gignac rounding out the top-five.

Marshall Schrnek finished sixth for a season-best performance ahead of Gary Elliott, Jason Bowden, Wally Wilson, and Jase Cornell. Notably, Wilson’s ninth is his best career OSCAAR finish. Jeff Showler and Ken Hayward both failed to start the feature after problems in qualifying.

By: Ashley McCubbin

OSCAAR Modified Sauble Speedway Preview

OSCAAR Modifieds at Sauble Speedway

As the season begins to hit the home stretch, the OSCAAR Modifieds will be busy as they will partake in a double header at Sauble Speedway on September 1st and 2nd for Labor Day Weekend.
Gary Elliott will be looking to score his fifth straight top-10 this weekend after picking up a win at the beach earlier this month.

Luke Gignac will hope to keep the momentum rolling into the beach this weekend as he has posted four straight top-six finishes. Notably, he has scored a pair of top-fives at Sauble, including a runner-up earlier this month.

John Harper will be looking to keep the momentum going as he has posted only one finish outside of the top-four this year, which was a seventh at Sauble at the beginning of August. It’s worth noting that he has four 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 with only one finish outside of the top-eight this season. 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 Sauble as he placed third for his fourth 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 11th this season, coming at Sauble Speedway earlier this month.

After a rough start to the year, Jase Cornell will be hunting for his fifth straight top-10 finish following a season-best fifth at Sauble earlier this month. Notably, the beach has always seemed to treat him well as he finished fourth last year there.

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 score his second straight top-10 following a 10th at Sauble at the beginning of August.

Showler enters this weekend hoping to carry forward the positive momentum from a strong fourth-place finish earlier this month. Notably, he has scored four podiums in 2018.

Keen hopes to find his steady consistency once again after three straight top-11 finishes, including an eighth at Sauble earlier this month.

Tyler Di Venanzo will look to keep building experience with his fourth series start of the season, following back-to-back 12th-place finishes.

Marshall Schrenk will be looking to put some momentum together following three straight top-10 finishes.

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 full itinerary and prices can be found on the Sauble Speedway website at

By: Ashley McCubbin

OSCAAR Hot Rod Sauble Speedway Preview

OSCAAR Hot Rods at Sunset Speedway

After a month-long break to catch their breath, the OSCAAR Hot Rods are set to get back into action this weekend, beginning with their first ever trip to Sauble Speedway.

Tyler Hawn hopes to build on the momentum as he has no finishes outside of the top-seven this season, with three victories in six races.

The 2018 season marks the first year of OSCAAR competition for Billy Alderson Jr., and he certainly hasn’t disappointed with no finishes outside of the top-six this season. Notably, he scored a runner-up in the series’ most recent race at Kawartha in July.

Douglas Fischer hopes the trip back home continues the trend of positive finishes as he has scored no finishes outside of the top-nine, including three top-fives. Streamline Racing Product’s Shaun McWhirter drove the car in the most recent event at Kawartha, placing fourth.

Nick Clarke has four top-10’s in five starts this season, with his most recent appearance resulting in an 11th-place finish at Kawartha.

Derek Henderson will be looking to get back into the top-10 after finishing 12th at Kawartha. Before then, he had posted three straight top-eight finishes.

Brad Martin made his return to the series at Kawartha in style, scoring a third-place finish which has everybody hyped up moving forward.

Jeremy Martin hopes to break into the top-10 on Saturday at Sauble Speedway as the past three events haven’t his team well.

Art Rodgers will hope to score his first top-10 of 2018 at Sauble after scoring a 14th-place finish at Kawartha last month.

Steve Book has yet to finish outside of the top-seven this year, highlighted by a pair of fifth-place finishes.

Jerry Broom hopes to keep the positive momentum going as he has yet to finish outside of the top-10 this season, highlighted by a sixth at Jukasa Motor Speedway.

Steve Mayhew will be looking for his fourth straight top-10 after finishing ninth in the most recent event. Notably, he finished third at Jukasa Motor Speedway in June.

Dan Rothwell made his OSCAAR debut at Sunset, and be hopeful to break into the top-10 this weekend after a 14th-place finish at Sunset.

The full itinerary and prices can be found on the Sauble Speedway website at

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By Ashley McCubbin

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