10TH in Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rod Points – Paul Senior

Paul Senior

Following a season with a mix of highlights and lowlights, Paul Senior would finish the year ranked 10th in the Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rod standings.

Debuting a brand new Ford Maverick in the series’ second trip to Sunset Speedway in June, Paul Senior was quick right out of the gate this year. He ran in the top-five throughout the 20-lap feature, en route to scoring a fourth-place finish. He showed speed a couple weeks later at Peterborough Speedway in practice, but ultimately would be forced to pull into the pits early in the feature due to a motor issue.

The return trip to Sunset Speedway proved that the issues were resolved under the hood, with the same speed back. He once again ran in the top-five as he has done a month earlier, avoiding a mid-race incident en route to a fifth-place finish.

It seemed the more laps that Senior was able to put down, the faster the No. 8sr entry got. He would run up front in both features at Flamboro Speedway, en route to a pair of podium performances.

The confidence only grew when he went to Jukasa Motor Speedway a week later and scored a heat victory. He looked poised to score his first career series feature victory, when contact while battling for the lead sent him around. The team would make the necessary repairs to get him back out on-track, with senior driving his way back to finish sixth.

Unfortunately, the bad luck followed him to Sunset Speedway for their Fall Velocity weekend, with Senior involved in a couple different incidents throughout the event en route to a 14th-place finish.

Despite an early ending to his campaign, Senior certainly proved that he has the potential to not only contend for feature victories in 2020 and beyond, but possibly a championship. On behalf of OSCAAR, congratulations on your success this year and we look forward to seeing the Maverick back on-track.

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

10TH in Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint Standings – Dylan Little

Dylan Little

Despite his season coming to a close earlier than expected, Dylan Little was able to showcase his talent behind the wheel of a Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint in 2019.

Little made his series debut at Sunset Speedway in June, battling all day long en route to an 11th-place finish in the feature. He then went to Grand Bend Speedway a week later, and fought through mechanical issues to score a 10th-place finish.

Being able to return to his home track of Sunset Speedway worked out well for Little at the end of July, as it produced his best performance of the season. He led laps in both features, and battled hard throughout the distance of both with several side-by-side battles, en route to a sixth and a ninth in the pair of 20-lap events.

The momentum carried over to Flamboro Speedway as he ran with the pack throughout the afternoon, ultimately finishing 10th in the feature.

Just as he seemed to be getting a better handle on the car, mechanical issues struck in the next two events (Peterborough Speedway and Flamboro). As a result, the No. 93’s season would end earlier than expected.

Entering the season, Little noted his goal was to “keep things simple and have fun,” which was certainly achieved with some highlights through 2019. Although everything did not go accordingly, OSCAAR hopes to see Little back in the fold in 2020 and beyond, as he was a welcome addition and great competitor to watch.

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

Andy Kamrath Goes 4 in a Row as A.J. Emms Crowned Modified Champion

2019 OSCAAR Modified Champion A.J. Emms

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — A pair of drivers got to celebrate on Sunday afternoon at Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic. Andy Kamrath picked up his fourth straight feature victory, in the 50-lap event presented by The Fyre Place and Patio Shop, while A.J. Emms was crowned the 2019 Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Modified Champion.

Anthony DiBello won the first heat ahead of Gary Elliott, J.R. Fitzpatrick, Jason Keen, A.J. Emms, Cory Horner, Bob Franks, and Bryan Batty.

Andy Kamrath won the second heat ahead of Gary McLean, Luke Gignac, Norman Newman, Chad Strawn, Rick Warnes, Wally Wilson, and Jase Cornell.

Chad Strawn won the third heat ahead of Fitzpatrick, DiBello, Newman, Elliott, McLean, Franks, and Wilson.

Cory Horner won the fourth heat ahead of Kamrath, Keen, Gignac, Cornell, Warnes, and Batty.

Come Sunday’s feature, Andy Kamrath started on pole ahead of Anthony DiBello, J.R. Fitzpatrick, Cory Horner, Chad Strawn, Jason Keen, Luke Gignac, Gary McLean, Norman Newman, A.J. Emms, Rick Warnes, Jase Cornell, Gary Elliott, Bob Franks, Bryan Batty, Wally Wilson, and Craig Downey.

Kamrath broke out to the early lead ahead of DiBello, Fitzpatrick, Strawn, Horner, Emms, Keen, McLean and Gignac, as Gignac got sideways on Lap 3. Behind him, Warnes and Elliott battled for 10th, as Newman and Cornell were side-by-side for 12th.

Fitzpatrick would get by DiBello for second on Lap 5, with Strawn coming together with DiBello’s door as he tried to follow him through. Strawn took over third, bringing Horner through with him to bump DiBello back to fifth. Emms ran sixth, followed by Keen, McLean, Gignac, Warnes, Newman, and Elliott, as Downey battled Cornell for 13th.

Downey would get the spot on Lap 11 ahead of Cornell, Franks, Batty and Wilson. The first caution then came out on Lap 20 for Newman spinning Warnes down the backstretch. Under the yellow flag, Gignac and McLean both gave up their track position to come down to the attention of their pit crews.

Kamrath got a good restart ahead of Fitzpatrick, Strawn, DiBello, Emms, Keen, Horner, Elliott, and Downey. Elliott would then move into seventh on Lap 28, bringing Downey and Newman through with him to bump Horner back to 10th ahead of McLean, Cornell, Franks, Gignac, and Batty.

Downey would then get by Elliott for seventh on Lap 30, bringing Newman through with him. The race’s second caution would come out at Lap 32 for Strawn barely getting into Fitzpatrick, causing him to go around in turn four.

The restart would see contact between Warnes and Batty, but everybody was able to keep going without issue as Kamrath stretched out his lead once again. Emms would move up to second on the restart ahead of DiBello, Keen, Newman, and Downey, as Warnes headed down pit road on Lap 35.

Gary Elliott would run seventh ahead of Gignac, Strawn, McLean, Fitzpatrick, Horner, Cornell, Franks, and Batty, as Warnes returned to the track on Lap 40. Strawn would then get alongside Elliott for seventh on Lap 41, completing the pass a lap later, bumping Elliott back to eighth ahead of McLean, Fitzpatrick, Horner, Gignac, Cornell, Franks, Batty and Wilson.

Warnes would head back down pit road on Lap 45 as both McLean and Fitzpatrick were able to get by Elliott. Horner would follow suit a lap later, bringing Gignac through with him. Horner would get loose, though, with a couple laps to go, allowing Gignac to get by him.

Andy Kamrath picked up the checkered flag ahead of A.J. Emms, Anthony DiBello, Jason Keen, and Norman Newman. Craig Downey finished sixth, followed by Chad Strawn, J.R. Fitzpatrick, Gary McLean, and Luke Gignac. Cory Horner finished 11th, followed by Gary Elliott, Jase Cornell, Bob Franks, Wally Wilson, Rick Warnes, and Bryan Batty.

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

Daniel Hawn Caps off Championship Campaign with ACC Victory

OSCAAR Pro Sprint Top 3 ACC 2019

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — With having clinched the championship by simply showing up on Saturday, Daniel Hawn put the perfect capper on his Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint campaign, winning the Autumn Colours Classic feature presented by Team All Tech.

The first heat started out a little messy, with contact between James Stanley and Ryan Battilana on Lap 5; Gary Triska also ran into mechanical issues. Daniel Hawn picked up the win ahead of Rob McCall, Battilana, Stanley, Owen Elliott, Rob Summers, Tyler Cullen, Brad Holmes, and Kevin Taylor.

Daniel Hawn went for the daily double ahead of Stanley, McCall, Battilana, Elliott, Cullen, Summers, Triska, Taylor, and Holmes.

Come feature time, Owen Elliott started pole ahead of Gary Triska, Brad Holmes, Tyler Cullen, Kevin Taylor, Ryan Battilana, Rob Summers, James Stanley, Daniel Hawn, and Rob McCall.

The drop of the green would see Elliott and Battilana battle for the lead, with Stanley and Hawn side-by-side for third. Battilana grabbed the top spot on Lap 2 with Hawn moving into second ahead of Stanley. Hawn then took over the lead a lap later, with Stanley following him through a lap later. The race’s lone caution came out on Lap 3 for Holmes going off the track in turn one.

Hawn got a good restart to hold down the lead ahead of Stanley, Battilana, McCall, Elliott, Summers, Cullen, Taylor, and Triska. Taylor would then pass Cullen for seventh on Lap 9, with McCall by Battilana for third four laps later. unfortunately, Elliott’s strong run came to an end when his car broke on Lap 16. Taylor and Cullen continued to battle, trading back and forth sixth a couple times through the final half of the race.

Daniel Hawn picked up the victory ahead of James Stanley, Rob McCall, Ryan Battilana, and Rob Summers. Tyler Cullen finished sixth, followed by Gary Triska, Kevin Taylor, Owen Elliott, and Brad Holmes.

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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