Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints Flamboro Speedway presented by Metro Air Preview

Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints Flamboro Speedway

After a small break, the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd. OSCAAR Pro Sprints are set to get back in action this weekend at Flamboro Speedway, with their feature presented by Metro Air.

Daniel Hawn enters the event as the favorite as he has won five of the last six features at Flamboro Speedway. He has been victorious this year in every feature, except the Pro Sprint’s most recent event at Peterborough Speedway.

James Stanley got to experience victory lane for the first time at Peterborough Speedway, continuing his success with a top-five in each of the last 15 series events. He has ran well at Flamboro Speedway previously, scoring a pair of top-five’s in 2018.

Rob Summers is off to a solid start with a pair of top-five’s in four starts this season. He has ran well at Flamboro Speedway previously, scoring a fifth in 2017 to go along with three top-10’s last year.

Gary Triska will be looking for another solid run this weekend, after scoring a top-10 in 14 of his last 15 Pro Sprint events. He has ran well at Flamboro previously, scoring four top-10’s in five starts, including a fifth last season.

Ryan Battilana will hope to score his first career OSCAAR victory this weekend, following six podium finishes in the last 12 races. He has finished in the top-six in each of his three starts at Flamboro, including a pair of thirds last season.

Jaden Riddell will be looking for his fourth career OSCAAR Pro Sprint victory after four podiums thus far in 2019. He knows what it takes to win at Flamboro, winning the second feature at Frostoberfest in 2018.

Kevin Taylor hopes to continue finding speed, with no finishes outside of the top-nine in 2019, including a season-best fourth. His best finish at Flamboro Speedway is seventh, which he picked up last month.

Tyler Cullen has started off the 2019 campaign solidly, scoring four top-five’s in six races. He has also ran well at Flamboro through his career, with a pair of top-five’s at Frostoberfest in 2018.

Brian MacDonald made his return to Pro Sprint competition this year following a small break, scoring a 10th-place finish at Sunset Speedway. He finished ninth in both Frostoberfest features last year.

Owen Elliott made his first feature start at Peterborough Speedway to start the month, finishing sixth in the feature.

The battle for the Hinkley Lighting Rookie of the Year Award will be one to watch all season long.

Brad Holmes is coming off a stellar run, scoring his first career OSCAAR podium with a third-place finish at Peterborough Speedway. With no finishes outside of the top-10 in 2019, he hopes to improve upon his eighth-place finish at Flamboro last month.

Dylan Little will hope to run in the top-10 on Saturday afternoon, as he enters the weekend on the heels of four consecutive top-10 finishes. One of those was a 10th-place finish at Flamboro in July.

Russ Couture will also be looking for some more speed, after finishing eighth at Peterborough Speedway.

Rob McCall proved that he knows his way around Flamboro Speedway in July, winning both of his qualifying heats before a fourth in the feature.

Beyond the drivers mentioned here, there are others who have a potential of appearing and making things interesting. Make sure to come out to Flamboro Speedway on Saturday, August 24 to witness all of the action for yourself.

On top of the excitement of the Pro Sprint event, the night should be filled with excitement with both the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds and Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rods also on-hand.

Be sure to keep up with OSCAAR by staying tuned to the series website at http://www.oscaar.ca. Also, make sure to “like” the official OSCAAR Racing Facebook page, while following both the Twitter and Instagram accounts (@OSCAARRacing) to keep up to date on everything you need to know.

OSCAAR’s 2019 racing season is supported by several dedicated partners including Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Knightworks Design, Living Lighting Canada, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd., American Racer, and Grisdale Race Products.

Preview written by Ashley McCubbin

Dale Reinhart Dominates OSCAAR Modified Feature at Delaware Speedway

OSCAAR Modified Series Top 3 Delaware Speedway

LONDON, Ontario — Starting on the front row, Dale Reinhart wasted no time getting to the top spot en route to winning the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Modified feature at Delaware Speedway presented by Lloyd’s Paving.

A.J. Emms won the first heat ahead of Dale Reinhart, Jeff Showler, Jason Keen, Justin Demelo, Mike Hearty, Luke Gignac, and Gary Elliott.

Anthony DiBello won the second heat ahead of Craig Pitchell, Jase Cornell, Bryan Batty, Donny Beatty, Ken Hayward, and Mark Hamacher.

Come feature time, it’d be Anthony DiBello starting on pole ahead of Dale Reinhart, Jase Cornell, Jason Keen, Jeff Showler, Justin Demelo, Bryan Batty, A.J. Emms, Mike Hearty, Ken Hayward, Mark Hamacher, Gary Elliott, Luke Gignac, Norman Newman, Donny Beatty, and Craig Pitchell.

DiBello broke out into the early lead ahead of Reinhart, Keen, Showler, Demelo, and Cornell. Reinhart would make quick work getting to the front, though, passing DiBello for the top spot on Lap 3. Keen moved into second a lap later, bumping DiBello back to third ahead of Showler, Demelo, Emms, Cornell, Batty, and Hearty.

Gignac would get alongside Hearty for ninth on Lap 6 ahead of Hayward, with Pitchell challenging Hayward for 11th a lap later. Gignac moved up into eighth on Lap 8 ahead of Batty, Hearty, Pitchell, Hayward, Beatty and Elliott, as Newman and Hamacher ran side-by-side for 15th.

Demelo would get alongside Showler for fourth on Lap 11, completing the pass a lap later. Emms continued to run sixth ahead of Gignac, Cornell, Batty, and Hearty. Pitchell would get alongside Hearty for 10th on lap 14, as Hayward ran 12th ahead of Beatty and Elliott. Elliott got alongside Beatty for 13th on Lap 16, completing the pass a lap later as Newman looking to follow him through.

Further up in the field, Showler would try to get back by Demelo for fourth on Lap 18, but was unable to complete the pass. Emms continued to run sixth ahead of Gignac, with Cornell and Hearty side-by-side for eighth ahead of Pitchell, Batty, and Elliott. Hearty got the spot on Lap 22, with Pitchell trying to follow him through.

Just past halfway, Reinhart continued to lead ahead of Keen, with DiBello and Demelo side-by-side for third. Contact would be made in the process, cutting down Demelo’s right front tire. Demelo would stop on-track, with the caution coming out on Lap 26. With 15 laps to go, Reinhart led Keen, DiBello, Showler, Emms, Gignac, Hearty, Pitchell, Cornell, Batty, Beatty, Hayward, Elliott, Newman, and Hamacher.

Reinhart got a good restart to maintain the lead ahead of Keen, with Emms alongside DiBello for third. However, the caution came back out on Lap 27 for Beatty going around.

Reinhart got another good restart, with DiBello jumping up to second as Emms got alongside Keen for third. However, the battle wouldn’t last with the caution coming out on Lap 28 for Hearty going around in turn four.

Reinhart kept the good times rolling, with another solid restart as Keen moved back into second, with DiBello and Emms side-by-side for third. There’d be contact, allowing Dibello to take third on Lap 29 as Gignac got alongside Emms for fourth ahead of Showler, Pitchell, and Demelo.

Emms would hold off the challenge, with Showler getting alongside Gignac for fifth a couple laps later. Behind them, Demelo had worked his way back up to seventh ahead of Pitchell, Newman, and Cornell. Emms would get back alongside DiBello for third with six laps to go, completing the pass two laps later.

Dale Reinhart led the rest of the way en route to picking up the win ahead of Jason Keen, A.J. Emms, Anthony DiBello, and Jeff Showler. Luke Gignac finished sixth, followed by Justin Demelo, Craig Pitchell, Norman Newman, and Jase Cornell. Bryan Batty finished 11th, followed by Gary Elliott, Mike Hearty, Mark Hamacher, Donny Beatty, and Ken Hayward.

The next race for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds is at Flamboro Speedway on Saturday, August 24, presented by Touchwood Cabinets and M&M Automotive.

Be sure to keep up with OSCAAR by staying tuned to the series website at http://www.oscaar.ca. Also, make sure to “like” the official OSCAAR Racing Facebook page, while following both the Twitter and Instagram accounts (@OSCAARRacing) to keep up to date on everything you need to know.

OSCAAR’s 2019 racing season is supported by several dedicated partners including Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Knightworks Design, Living Lighting Canada, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd., American Racer, and Grisdale Race Products.

Preview written by Ashley McCubbin

Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds at Delaware Speedway Presented by Lloyd’s Paving Preview

Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds

After a week off to catch their breath, the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd. OSCAAR Modifieds will head to Delaware Speedway for a 40-lap feature, presented by Lloyd’s Paving.

Chad Strawn has been strong thus far, scoring a podium finish in each of his two starts this season. He scored a seventh in his lone start with OSCAAR in the past years at Delaware Speedway.

Gary Elliott should be a driver to watch this weekend, scoring a top-10 finish in 11 of his last 14 features, including a victory last season. In his past five starts at Delaware Speedway, he scored a track-best fifth in September of 2015.

A.J. Emms enters this weekend with momentum, with only five finishes outside of the top-eight in his past 25 series starts. The driver of the No. 14 Modified has ran up front at Delaware Speedway previously, scoring four top-five’s in six starts, including a trip to victory lane in July.

Sault St. Marie native Mike Hearty hopes to break into the top-five, after six top-10’s last season and a rough season to date in 2019. In his last two starts at Delaware Speedway, he scored finishes of eighth and 12th.

Luke Gignac has been running strong lately, with a top-six finish in 11 of the last 14 races, including a fourth last month at Flamboro. In each of his four features at Delaware, he posted a top-eight finish, including a track-best fourth.

Dale Reinhart has only three previous starts at Delaware Speedway, scoring a track-best third in July. He’s no stranger to running up front in OSCAAR competition, finishing just one feature outside of the top-eight this year.

Jase Cornell hopes to keep the positive momentum going following a top-10 in 11 of the last 15 races. Notably, he finished 10th in his first trip to Delaware Speedway in July.

Wally Wilson hopes to be in the thick of the action this weekend after running just outside of the top-10 thus far this season. He has yet to run a modified event at Delaware Speedway, though.

Jason Keen has already shown speed behind the wheel, scoring five top-10 finishes this season. He hopes to carry the positive momentum into Delaware Speedway following a ninth-place finish in July.

Craig Scott will be handing the driving duties of the No. 69s modified to Donny Beatty. Beatty is no stranger to racing, as he has previously run a modified with OSCAAR.

As previously noted, Jeff Showler knows what it takes to run well at Delaware Speedway as it was the site of his lone series victory to date. A good run this weekend would be nice after finishing sixth at Delaware in July.

Jason Bowden also knows how to run well, scoring five top-10 finishes in his 2018 rookie campaign. Thus far, his limited schedule with three starts hasn’t seen him return to the front yet.

Mark Hamacher will hope to break into the top-10 this weekend after finishing 13th at Delaware Speedway in July.

The MavTV Canada OSCAAR Modified Rookie of the Year battle will certainly have everybody’s attention this season, with a mix of talented drivers hoping to walk away with the prize at year-end.

Anthony DiBello has shown speed this year with six top-10 finishes. He will be a driver to watch following a runner-up in his first appearance at Delaware in July.

Norman Newman is not looking like a rookie thus far, after turning three top-five finishes. One of those came at Delaware Speedway in July with a fifth.

Bryan Batty, meanwhile, hasn’t had as smooth of a start thus far, fighting through mechanical issue. This weekend will mark his first appearance at Delaware.

The racing promises to be action-packed with several strong contenders hoping to pick up the checkered flag. Also on tap for Saturday, August 17 at Delaware Speedway is the ISMA Super Modifieds and the track’s own Super Stock division.

Be sure to keep up with OSCAAR by staying tuned to the series website at http://www.oscaar.ca. Also, make sure to “like” the official OSCAAR Racing Facebook page, while following both the Twitter and Instagram accounts (@OSCAARRacing) to keep up to date on everything you need to know.

OSCAAR’s 2019 racing season is supported by several dedicated partners including Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Knightworks Design, Living Lighting Canada, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd., American Racer, and Grisdale Race Products.

By: Ashley McCubbin

Tyler Hawn Maintains Advantage in OSCAAR Hot Rod Standings

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Even though he did not reach victory lane on dirt, Tyler Hawn still holds a sizable points lead ahead of Steve Book. Though behind them, it’s easy to see how the clay mixed things up.

With the Modifieds in action this weekend at Delaware Speedway, here is a critical update.

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A.J. Emms  Modifieds Points Leader

A solid top-10 finish at Peterborough Speedway allows A.J. Emms to hold a 31 point advantage, with Anthony DiBello moving up to second following his podium finish. Shawn Chenoweth moves up to third with his victory, followed by Jason Keen and Luke Gignac, with the championship wide open as the top-five are only separated by 41 points.

Rookie Norman Newman remains sixth in points, followed by Gary Elliott, Jase Cornell, Dale Reinhart, and Brad Perasall.

Alternatively, Newman leads DiBello by two points in the MavTV Canada Rookie of the Year Standings following the first five features of 2019. Bryan Batty and Jim Bowman round out the rookie points.

In the newly added John Harper Hard Charger Award standings, Norman Newman continues to hold the top spot, six points over Cornell. Chenoweth sits third, followed by Reinhart and Emms. The top-five are just separated by 12 points.

The Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Modifieds are back in action on Saturday, August 17 at Delaware Speedway, with their feature presented by Lloyd’s Paving.

Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rod Series

Tyler Hawn Hot Rods Points Leader

Two-time and defending series champion Tyler Hawn currently leads Steve Book by 36 points following the series’ fifth event of 2019 at Brighton Speedway, presented by Excess Storage, McDonald’s Brighton, and Just Like Home Dog Day Care.

Nick Clarke moves up to third in points, followed by Jeremy McLean and Dalen Martin. Bob Parsons moves up to sixth, followed by Brandon Robertson, Robert Robinson, Dan Rothwell, and Rodney Rutherford.

Alternatively, Bob Parsons took over the the Ohsweken Speedway Rookie of the Year standings, a single point ahead of Rutherford. Dalen Martin slips back to third, followed by Robertson and Sean Walker. Robert Robinson sits sixth, followed by Leroy Robinson, Greg Belyea, Bradley Holt, and Ryan Cowan.

In the newly added John Harper Hard Charger Award standings, Steve Book took over the lead by six points over Adrian Foster. McLean moves up to third, followed by Robertson and Hawn.

The Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rod Series is back in action on Saturday, August 24, at Flamboro Speedway. The event will be sponsored by Ohsweken Speedway.

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Dan Hawn Pro Sprints Leader

A runner-up at Peterborough Speedway allows Daniel Hawn to keep the points lead, now 26 points ahead of James Stanley. Rob Summers moves up to third virtue of his top-five finish, followed by Ryan Battilana and Brad Holmes.

Kevin Taylor sits sixth, followed by Tyler Cullen, Jaden Riddell, Dylan Little, and Gary Triska.

Alternatively, Brad Holmes leads the Hinkley Lighting Rookie of the Year Standings by six points over Little. Ross Couture sits third, followed by Rob McCall and Owen Elliott.

In the newly added John Harper Hard Charger Award standings, Daniel Hawn holds down the top spot, 11 points ahead of James Stanley. Jaden Riddell drops to third, followed by Ryan Battilana and Rob Summers. The top-four are within 18 points of each other.

The Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprints will be back in action on August 24 at Flamboro Speedway, with their feature presented by Metro Air.

Be sure to keep up with OSCAAR by staying tuned to the series website at http://www.oscaar.ca. Also, make sure to “like” the official OSCAAR Racing Facebook page, while following both the Twitter and Instagram accounts (@OSCAARRacing) to keep up to date on everything you need to know.

OSCAAR’s 2019 racing season is supported by several dedicated partners including Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Knightworks Design, Living Lighting Canada, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd., American Racer, and Grisdale Race Products.

By: Ashley McCubbin

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