7th in Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified Points – Jase Cornell

Jase Cornell

Battling hard all season long, Jase Cornell would finish the 2019 campaign ranked seventh in the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Modified standings.

Cornell started off the season by placing fourth and sixth in his qualifying heats at Sunset Speedway’s Spring Velocity, but rain on Sunday prevented the feature from being run.

The first feature of the 2019 campaign would be contested at Jukasa Motor Speedway, with Cornell finishing 14th. He would show a little more speed when the series returned to Sunset, scoring an 11th-place finish in the feature.

The continued improvement came together mid-July in the series’ return to Delaware Speedway, with Cornell scoring his first top-10 of 2019 with a 10th. He then backed it up with an eighth at Sunset Speedway a week later, followed by a 10th at Flamboro Speedway.

The month of August did not start off smoothly, with Cornell being involved in a mid-race incident in the feature at Peterborough Speedway en route to placing 10th. He backed it up with another 10th at Delaware a couple weeks later, before bad luck struck big at Flamboro Speedway to complete the month. He ran into issues behind the wheel of his own No. 56 modified in qualifying, resulting in him switching over to Jeff Showler’ No. 4 entry. Cornell had a solid run going, when something let go, resulting in him crashing in turns three and four.

He would get everything squared away for the short track playoffs, starting off the Iron Man 72 with a 13th-place finish in the first 36-lap feature. He would then rebound from a mid-race spin in the second 36-lap affair on Sunday night to finish seventh.

He would hit the spin cycle once again at Flamboro Speedway, battling back to finish 11th despite going around on two occasions. He then completed the season with a 13th-place finish in the Autumn Colours Classic at Peterborough Speedway.

Despite a couple rough moments through the year, Jase Cornell and team continued to persevere and fight for strong finishes. They were rewarded with a solid year-end rankings.

On behalf of OSCAAR, congratulations Jase on your success this season. We look forward to seeing you in 2020.

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

7th in Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rod Points – Brandon Robertson

Brandon Robertson

Despite a setback mid-way through the season, Brandon Robertson and team were able to score a seventh-place in the year-end Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rod standings.

Debuting a brand new Ford Torino, Brandon Robertson overcame contact mid-race that sent him a little sideways to finish seventh at Jukasa Motor Speedway.

Brandon then put his brother Drew behind the wheel for the series’ next event at Sunset Speedway. The move paid off with him winning one of his qualifying heats, before running inside the top-five all feature long en route to finishing third. He then overcame a mid-race spin to finish ninth a week later at Peterborough Speedway.

The series’ return to Sunset at the end of July brought high hopes for the team following their performance in June. However, it ended in disaster as Drew got loose off of turn four, collecting fellow competitor Dan Rothwell in the process as both cars sustained significant damage.

With the Ford Torino out of commission for the rest of the year for repairs, the team sat on the sidelines for a couple weeks. However, they would return at Jukasa in August – thanks to Steve Book loaning them his spare Camaro.

Brandon would be back behind the wheel for the team, and managed to miss the mid-race incident en route to a fifth-place finish. He would back it up with an 12th-place finish at Sunset in September, followed by a 14th at Flamboro Speedway’s Frostoberfest.

The team would look to end off their campaign on a solid note at Peterborough Speedway, but motor issues plagued them all weekend.

Despite the rough seas, Brandon Robertson and his team proved that they can run with the best of the series. On behalf of OSCAAR, congratulations on your success this year, and we look forward to seeing the Ford Torino back on-track in 2020.

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

7th in Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint Standings – Brad Holmes

Brad Holmes

Photo by Ashley McCubbin

Putting together a solid rookie campaign with a lot of great highlights, Brad Holmes would place seventh in the year-end Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint standings.

For Holmes, the choice to join the Pro Sprint ranks in 2019 was a very easy decision to make.

“It’s what I know and what I love so when James (Stanley) asked me to join him in a third car, the decision was really easy,” he said pre-season. “I have also had the really distinct experience of watching the series the past three seasons and being a part of it in a couple different capacities.”

Kicking off the season at Sunset Speedway, Holmes kicked off his OSCAAR Pro Sprint career in victory lane by winning his second heat. He then backed it up with a seventh-place finish in the feature. The momentum followed him to Grand Bend Speedway, as he was able to run seventh once again.

Returning to Sunset Speedway at the end of July, he unfortunately ran into mechanical issues during the first feature that put him out of contention early. He returned for the second 25-lap affair, and was able to battle his way to an eighth-place finish.

Holmes continued to show more speed with additional laps under his belt, finishing eighth at Flamboro Speedway. He then ran inside the top-three all day at Peterborough Speedway en route to a career-best third. His return to Flamboro also showed improvement, with a sixth-place finish at the end of July.

His season would hit a big snag in the series’ lone trip to Sauble Speedway in August, when he would wreck out during his qualifying event sustaining damage to his No. 75 Pro Sprint. The Stanley Motorsports team would go hard to work at making repairs, allowing Holmes to return for the series’ next event at Grand Bend Speedway with a seventh-place finish.

Unfortunately, the bad luck returned at Sunset Speedway to start the short track playoffs with mechanical issues plaguing him in both features, allowing him to just pick a single top-10 result. He bounced back a little with a 10th-place finish at Flamboro.

He would find some speed in the finale at Peterborough Speedway, but an incident that sent him off the track in the early stages took him out of contention in the feature.

Despite the rough moments, Brad Holmes proved that he can hang with the series regulars en route to being named the 2019 Hinkley Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprint Rookie of the Year.

On behalf of OSCAAR, congratulations to Brad on your success in 2019. We look forward to seeing you return in 2020.

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.

By Ashley McCubbin

8th in Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified Points – Dale Reinhart

Showing that he could run with the front runners and contend for wins, Dale Reinhart capped off a strong 2019 campaign ranked eighth in the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Scott Reinhart Trailer sales Ltd OSCAAR Modified standings.

Coming into the season, Reinhart was focused on stepping up his game to keep himself in contention with the growth of the series.

“The competition is definitely going to be better than it’s ever been before, I think,” he said pre-season. “It’s kind of has me and my team working as hard as we can in the shop to make sure everything is ready to go for the start of the season.”

After skipping out on Spring Velocity at Sunset Speedway with a trip to the other side of the globe, Dale Reinhart made his 2019 season debut at Jukasa Motor Speedway in style with a sixth-place finish. He then ran inside the top-five at the end of the month all feature long at Sunset, en route to a third-place finish.

The success followed him into July as he scored a third-place finish at Delaware Speedway, before battling inside the top-five once again all feature long at Sunset en route to finishing fourth. He showed speed at Flamboro Speedway as well, but a blown motor would send him off the track mid-feature.

He would be ready to go a week later at Peterborough Speedway, fighting all feature long en route to finishing eighth. He brought his A-game to Delaware Speedway, taking the lead on Lap 3 and holding off the field on a couple late-race restarts en route to the victory. He then capped off the month of August with a strong runner-up at Flamboro.

Reinhart was fast in the short track playoffs as well, scoring a heat victory at Sunset before finishing seventh in the first 36-lap feature as part of the Iron Man 72. He then backed it up with a ninth in the second feature after being involved in a late-race wreck. He would run inside the top-three all feature long at Flamboro a couple weeks later, before an incident took him out of contention.

Despite a rough ending to the season, Dale Reinhart proved once again that he is always someone to contend with for victories whenever the No. 51 Modified is at the track.

On behalf of OSCAAR, congratulations to Dale Reinhart on your success in 2019. Additionally, we thank you and your father for being an associate sponsor of the series for the season. We look forward to seeing you, and working with you once again, in 2020.

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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