Chris Milwain Scores Second OSCAAR Modified Feature Victory of 2017

Chris Milwain Feature Winner at Flamboro Speedway 2017

After taking the lead on a restart at the halfway mark, Chris Milwain led the rest of the way en route to his second OSCAAR Modified feature victory of 2017.

Chris Milwain won the first heat ahead of Luke Gignac, John Harper, Ken Hayward, Jase Cornell, Adam Hagen and Wally Wilson. Unfortunately, Tim Tolton posted a DNF after pulling off on Lap 5 with a problem.

Gary Elliott won the second heat ahead of AJ Emms, Aaron McLean, Cory Horner, Dale Reinhart, Cliff Hodgkinson, Marty Monette, and Marshall Schrenk.

AJ Emms won the third heat ahead of Gignac, Harper, Hayward, Elliott, Milwain, Schrenk, and Hagen.

John Harper won the fourth heat ahead of Hodgkinson, Tolton, Monette, Reinhart, McLean, Cornell, and Wilson.

Come feature time, AJ Emms started on pole ahead of Gary Elliott, Cliff Hodgkinson, Cory Horner, Luke Gignac, Aaron McLean, Chris Milwain, Dale Reinhart, Tim Tolton, Marty Monette, Adam Hagen, Jase Cornell, Marshall Schrenk, Wally Wilson and Ken Hayward.

Emms jumped out to the early lead ahead of Elliott, Horner, Hodgkinson and McLean, with Gignac and Milwain side-by-side for sixth. Gignac got the spot on Lap 4 ahead of Milwain and Harper, before the caution waved on Lap 6 for McLean spinning in turn two.

Elliott got the jump on the restart to take the lead ahead of Emms, Hodgkinson, Milwain, Horner and Gignac. Harper ran seventh with Reinhart and Tolton side-by-side for eighth. The caution would wave again, though, with McLean spinning this time in turn two.

Emms got the jump on the restart this time around with Milwain jumping up into second ahead of Elliott, Gignac, Tolton and Hayward. Hodgkinson ran seventh with a 1/3 of the laps complete ahead of Horner, Monette, Harper, Reinhart and Cornell. McLean would get alongside Hagen for 13th at Lap 13, but the caution flew a lap later as a result of Harper and Reinhart getting together in turns three and four.

The restart saw a battle for the lead between Emms and Milwain, with Milwain taking the top spot on Lap 15 ahead of Emms, Gignac Elliott, Hayward and Hodgkinson as McLean pulled off the track. With 17 laps on the board, Horner ran seventh ahead of Cornell, as Tolton and Reinhart ran side-by-side for ninth. Reinhart got the spot on Lap 18, bringing Monette through with him to bump Tolton back to 11th ahead of Harper.

The battles continued, with Reinhart and Monette both slipping past Cornell on Lap 21 ahead of Tolton, Harper, Hagen and Schrenk.

Chris Milwain led the rest of the way to pick up his second victory of 2017, followed by AJ Emms with his sixth top-five in six races. Luke Gignac finished third for his fifth top-five, followed by Gary Elliott in fourth for his third top-five. Ken Hayward rounded out the top-five in his OSCAAR debut.

Cliff Hodgkinson finished sixth for a career-best finish, followed by Cory Horner with his sixth top-10. Dale Reinhart finished eighth for his sixth top-10, followed by Marty Monette in ninth with his first career top-10. Jase Cornell rounded out the top-10 for his first career top-10.

Tim Tolton finished 11th, followed by John Harper, Adam Hagen, Marshall Schrenk, Aaron McLean, and Wally Wilson.

By: Ashley McCubbin


Nick Clarke Scores OSCAAR Hot Rod Feature Victory at Flamboro

Making his OSCAAR Hot Rod Series debut, Nick Clarke scored his first career feature victory on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway.

With the class still growing and cars not yet completed, there was a low car count for this weekend with only four cars signing in the back gate. While it’s disappointing after seeing numbers as high as seven for Kawartha Speedway, there is still confidence looking towards the future in what’s to come with the cars currently being built by competitors for debut either later this year or next season.

Nick Clarke had hoped to have his car out sooner this year, but was unable to do so till this weekend. The simple look caught the attention of the fans in the stands, and he led all six laps in the feature to score the victory despite fighting some fuel issues. In victory lane, he expressed enthusiasm for the series’ future, based on his team’s experience so far and who he had spoken to.

Jerry Luckhardt continues to get stronger behind the wheel, making his third career series start with a runner-up finish.

Darryl Stephenson made his series debut, driving the familiar No. 2 Belmont that Tyler Hawn had previously piloted in the past four races. Stephenson got more comfortable with each lap behind the wheel, continuing to find speed en route to a third-place finish.

Adam Misener, who picked up the victory in June, unfortunately failed to start the feature as a result of suffering a mechanical failure in practice. Hopefully his team can make the necessary repairs ahead of the next race as he is always someone to watch.

By: Ashley McCubbin

Dan Archibald Dominates OSCAAR Hot Rod Series Feature at Kawartha

The OSCAAR Hot Rods have a third feature winner in four events, with Dan Archibald scoring the victory on Friday night at Kawartha Speedway.

Archibald won the first heat ahead of Dan Price, Tyler Hawn, Adam Misener, Steve Mayhew, and Art Rodgers.

Come time for the feature, it’d be Rodgers starting on pole ahead of Mayhew, Misener, Hawn, Price and Archibald.

The feature saw an early battle for the lead between Hawn and Mayhew, with Hawn grabbing the top spot. Hawn wasn’t able to lead for long, though, as he was passed on the third by Archibald for the lead.

Archibald tried to gap the field and was able to do so at times, but didn’t get too far away from Hawn who pressured him through the middle portion of the 20-lap event. However, there was no stopping Archibald as he led the rest of the way to victory.

So in his OSCAAR Hot Rod debut, Dan Archibald became the third driver to score a series victory. Tyler Hawn finished second to continue his streak of no finishes outside of the top-two in four races to date.

Adam Misener placed third for his third podium finish, with Mayhew fourth for his second top-five. Art Rodgers was fifth for his second top-five, with Dan Price rounding out the field.

Glenn Watson Continues OSCAAR Winnings Ways at Kawartha

Glenn Watson continues to prove why he’s one of the quickest super late model drivers in the province, picking up another victory on Friday night at Kawartha Speedway.

Ryan Kimball won the first heat ahead of Gary Passer, Tyler Hawn, Ian Bourque, Kelly Balson, Adrian Foster, and Jamie Richardson.

Glenn Watson won the second heat ahead of Charlie Gallant, John Cadman, Derrick Tiemersma, and Derek Lynch.

Come feature time, Ryan Kimball started pole ahead of John Cadman, Gary Passer, Glenn Watson, Tyler Hawn, Charlie Gallant, Kelly Balson, Ian Bourque, Derrick Tiemersma, Adrian Foster, Jamie Richardson, and Derek Lynch.

Kimball got out to the early lead, putting a solid gap on the field with Cadman in toe, while Watson took advantage of the early laps to slip past Passer for third. Behind them, Hawn ran fifth ahead of Gallant, Balson, Tiemersma, Bourque, Foster, Richardson and Lynch.

Ultimately, it wasn’t meant to be Kimball as a radiator hose let go on the No. 29 Super Late Model, bringing his early dominate run to a halt on Lap 18 of 50.

The restart saw a battle for the lead between Cadman and Watson, with Watson grabbing the top spot. Watson then began to gap the field ahead of Cadman as Balson made his way by Gallant to move up into the third spot. Behind them, Passer spent a good part of the middle portion in fifth, though eventually headed down pit road with mechanical problems.

Glenn Watson led the rest of the way en route to his fifth victory of 2017, followed by John Cadman with his sixth top-five finish. Kelly Balson finished third for his second top-five in two starts this year so far, followed by Charlie Gallant with his sixth top-five of 2017. Derrick Tiemersma finished fifth after missing the previous two weekends due to mechanical problems.

Tyler Hawn finished sixth for his seventh top-10, followed by Adrian Foster in seventh for his OSCAAR debut. Ian Bourque finished eighth in his second start of 2017, followed by Jamie Richardson with his fourth straight top-10. Derek Lynch rounded out the top-10, followed by Gary Passer and Ryan Kimball.

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