Steve Book Scores ACC Victory as Tyler Hawn Crowned Hot Rod Champion

OSCAAR Hot Rod Top 3 ACC 2019

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — A pair of drivers got to celebrate on Sunday night at Peterborough Speedway’s Autumn Colours Classic. Steve Book picked up the checkered flag for the win in the feature presented by the Don Hawn Memorial Fund, while Tyler Hawn was crowned the 2019 Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rod Champion.

Tyler Hawn won the first heat ahead of Paul Boundy, Adam Misener, Bill Clarke, Dan Rothwell, and Ryan Cowan.

Steve Book won the second heat ahead of Jerry Broom, Adrian Foster, Billy Alderson Jr., Nick Clarke, Mike Wietzes, and Art Rodgers.

Ed Bowlby won the third heat ahead of Donny Beatty, Bob Parsons and Sean Walker. Both Dustin Kellar and Robert Robinson ran into tire issues.

There’d be a quick caution on the first heat as Broom went around on Lap 1. Meanwhile, Brandon Robertson headed down pit road with mechanical issues. Bill Clarke picked up the win ahead of Alderson Jr., Broom, Hawn, Misener, and Rodgers.

Steve Book went for the daily double ahead of Clarke, Parsons, Foster, Kellar, Robinson, and Wietzes.

Donny Beatty won the sixth heat ahead of Bowlby, Cowan, Walker, Rothwell, Boundy, and Pat MacDonald.

Come feature time, Steve Book started pole ahead of Ed Bowlby, Donny Beatty, Jerry Broom, Tyler Hawn, Bill Clarke, Billy Alderson Jr., Bob Parsons, Adrian Foster, Nick Clarke, Paul Boundy, Sean Walker, Adam Misener, Ryan Cowan, Dustin Kellar, Dan Rothwell, Robert Richardson, Mike Wietzes, Art Rodgers, and Pat MacDonald.

The first lap started off with a bang as contact on the front stretch off the drop of the green flag brought an early end to the feature efforts for Broom, Parsons, and Bill Clarke. Donny Beatty also would take a spin through the grass, while Wietzes continued despite some damage.

The second attempt to start the event would go smoother with Book leading Hawn, Bowlby and Beatty, as Alderson and Foster battled for fifth. Alderson moved into fourth on Lap 3, bringing Foster and Nick Clarke through with him to bump Beatty back to seventh ahead of Boundy.

Alderson then moved into third on Lap 6, once again bringing Foster, Clarke, Beatty, and Boundy through with him to bump Bowlby back to eighth. Kellar ran ninth ahead of Wietzes and Rothwell, with the features for McLean and Misener coming to an early end as they both made their way down pit road. Kellar continued to move forward, passing Bowlby for eighth on Lap 11.

Bowlby would then make his way down pit road on Lap 17, with the caution coming out two laps later for an incident in turn one involving Beatty, Rothwell, and MacDonald.

Foster got a good restart ahead of Hawn, Alderson, Foster, Clarke, Wietzes, Kellar, Walker, and Boundy. Kellar would then get by Weitez on Lap 26 to take over sixth.

Steve Book picked up the victory ahead of Tyler Hawn, Billy Alderson, Adrian Foster, and Nick Clarke. Dustin Kellar finished sixth, followed by Donny Beatty, Mike Wietzes, Paul Boundy, and Sean Walker. Robert Robinson finished 11th, followed by Ryan Cowan, Art Rodgers, Dan Rothwell, Pat MacDonald, Jeremy McLean, Ed Bowlby, Adam Misener, Bill Clarke, and Jerry Broom. Bob Parsons finished 21st, with Brandon Robertson failing to take the green flag due to motor issues.

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 Scores Third Straight OSCAAR Modified Victory

OSCAAR Modified Top 3 Flamboro Speedway Frostoberfest

MILGROVE, Ontario — It seems Andy Kamrath has found his groove behind the wheel of a Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC, Scott Reinhart Sales Ltd OSCAAR Modified, as he scored his third straight victory on Saturday, by winning the Frostoberfest feature presented by Touchwood Cabinets at Flamboro Speedway.

Anthony DiBello won the first heat ahead of Kelly Balson, A.J. Emms, Jason Bowden, Dale Reinhart, Craig Downey, Brad Pearsall, Luke Gignac, Norman Newman, and Ken Hayward.

Andy Kamrath won the second heat ahead of Jason Keen, Gary Elliott, Jase Cornell, Chris Milwain, Brian McLean, Wally Wilson, Geoff Chant, and Bryan Batty.

Andy Kamrath went for the daily double ahead of Emms, Newman, Gignac, Downey, Milwain, Bowden, McLean, and Wilson.

Jason Keen won the fourth heat ahead of Pearsall, Hayward, Reinhart, Balson, DiBello, Elliott, Cornell, Chant, and Batty.

The feature started off with a bang as Geoff Chant would go around on the opening lap for the caution. The second attempt was not much better, with the yellow flag waving once again as Jason Keen spun Norman Newman in turn four.

The third attempt would go cleanly with Anthony DiBello leading, as Andy Kamrath and A.J. Emms battled for second. Kamrath got the spot on Lap 2 ahead of Emms, Dale Reinhart, Kelly Balson, Brad Pearsall, Ken Hayward, Gary Elliott, Jase Cornell, Chris Milwain, Luke Gignac, and Craig Downey. Outside of the top-12, Keen and Brian McLean battled for 13th, with Keen getting the spot on Lap 9, bringing Newman through with him.

At the front of the field, Kamrath would take over the top spot on Lap 10, as DiBello and Emms battled for second. Emms got the spot on Lap 11, bringing Reinhart through with him. DiBello now ran fourth ahead of Balson, Pearsall, Hayward, Cornell, Milwain, Gignac, Downey, Keen, Newman, McLean, Chant, Bryan Batty, and Wally Wilson.

Milwain’s run came to an end on Lap 19 as he pulled into the infield with an overheating problem. Keen’s feature would end a lap later, as he brought out the race’s third caution following contact with the frontstretch wall.

Kamrath got a good restart ahead of Emms, Reinhart, Balson, DiBello, Pearsall, Elliott, Hayward, Gignac, Cornell, Newman, Downey, McLean, Chant, and Batty, as Wilson headed off the track on Lap 26, done for the event. Batty would get by Chant for 14th on Lap 32, while Downey pulled off the track done for the event a couple laps later.

The field would get strung out through the middle portion of the race, but there was still drama to be had as the race’s fourth caution came out on Lap 37 for Newman spinning Cornell off of turn four. The first attempt at a restart would be called back as a result of a jump by Kamrath. Under the caution, Newman pulled into the infield.

Kamrath got a good restart on the second attempt to hold the lead ahead of Emms, Reinhart, DiBello, Balson, Elliott, Gignac, Pearsall, Hayward, Cornell, McLean, and Chant. Things would go smoothly until Cornell went for a lazy spin off of turn two for the sixth caution at Lap 42. It was determined he spun as a result of fluid laid down on the track by Elliott, with Elliott receiving the black flag under the caution.

Following a lengthy clean-up, the green flag would be flown, with DiBello and Reinhart coming together on the restart and both taking a lengthy slide through the infield grass for the seventh caution.

Andy Kamrath got a good restart, leading the rest of the way en route to the victory ahead of A.J. Emms, Kelly Balson, Brad Pearsall, and Luke Gignac. Gary Elliott finished sixth, followed by Brian McLean, Ken Hayward, Anthony DiBello, and Dale Reinhart. Jase Cornell finished 11th, followed by Bryan Batty, Geoff Chant, Norman Newman, Craig Downey, Wally Wilson, Jason Keen, Chris Milwain, and Jason Bowden.

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 Hat Tricks to OSCAAR Pro Sprint Frostoberfest Victory Lane

OSCAAR Pro Sprints Top 3 Flamboro Speedway Frostoberfest

MILGROVE, Ontario — Cruising his way to the front of the field, Daniel Hawn put on a dominating hat trick performance en route to winning the Living Lighting, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Pro Sprint Frostoberfest feature presented by Team All Tech.

Daniel Hawn won the first heat ahead of Rob McCall, Katherine Summers, Rob Summers, Gary Triska, Shawn Stanley and Kevin Taylor.

James Stanley won the second heat ahead of Jaden Riddell, Ryan Battilana, Owen Elliott, Jay Haskell, Ken McKenzie, and Tyler Cullen. Cullen, unfortunately, failed to finish due to mechanical reasons.

Daniel Hawn went for the daily double ahead of Taylor, Katherine Summers, Rob Summers, Triska, McCall, and Brad Holmes.

Jaden Riddell scored the victory in the fourth heat ahead of Stanley, Battilana, Elliott, Cullen, Haskell, and McKenzie.

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

Katherine Summers grabbed the initial advantage ahead of Taylor and Hawn, but the caution came out on Lap 2 for Elliott going around in turns three and four. Under caution, Taylor’s car would die, ending his feature early. With 24 laps to go, Summers led Triska, Hawn, Battilana, Cullen, Stanley, Riddell, Rob Summers, Jay Haskell, Holmes, and Elliott.

Hawn would get a good restart to grab the lead, as Katherine Summers battled Battilana for second ahead of Stanley, Riddell, and Triska. Battilana took the spot on Lap 4, bringing Stanley through with him as Riddell battled Summers for fourth. Riddell then took over the spot on Lap 5, with Summers and Triska rounding out the top-six.

Stanley would continue moving forward, getting alongside Battilana for second and completing the pass a lap later. Meanwhile, McKenzie’s feature would end early as a result of mechanical issues.

Riddell continued to run fourth ahead of Summers, with Triska and Cullen side-by-side for sixth. Cullen got the spot on Lap 9, passing Summers a lap later for fifth. Riddell would then get alongside Battilana for third on Lap 11, completing the pass a lap later. Cullen continued to run fifth ahead of Triska, Summers, Haskell, Elliott, and Rob Summers.

The race appeared to have a green flag look to it with the field spread out, but there’d be a caution before the event’s conclusion with Haskell’s car dying off of turn four. Under the caution, Katherine Summers got the lucky dog to get back on the lead lap.

Hawn got a good restart to keep the lead ahead of Stanley, with Riddell and Battilana battling for third. Riddell got the spot on Lap 16 ahead of Battilana, as Triska ran fifth ahead of Elliott, Cullen, and Katherine Summers. The battle for sixth got interesting on Lap 21, with Elliott and Cullen coming together, both cars going around for the yellow flag.

Daniel Hawn got a good restart to get the victory ahead of James Stanley, Jaden Riddell, Ryan Battilana, and Katherine Summers. Gary Triska finished sixth, followed by Tyler Cullen, Jay Haskell, Rob Summers, and Brad Holmes. Kevin Taylor finished 11th, followed by Ken McKenzie, with Owen Elliott scored 13th with a disqualification for unsportsmanlike conduct. Rob McCall failed to start the feature due to mechanical issues.

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

Steve Book Scores OSCAAR Hot Rod Frostoberfest Victory

OSCAAR Modified Top 3 Flamboro Speedway Frostoberfest

MILGROVE, Ontario — Taking the top spot just past the halfway mark, Steve Book held off the field en route to winning the Knightworks Design, Scott Reinhart Trailer Sales Ltd OSCAAR Hot Rod Frostoberfest feature presented by Doug’s Gas Service.

Steve Book won the first heat ahead of Billy Alderson Jr., Dalen Martin, Adrian Foster, Bob Parsons, Sean Walker, Brandon Robertson, Dan Rothwell, and Dustin Kellar.

Tyler Hawn won the second heat ahead of Bill Clarke, Jerry Broom, Bobby Mercer, Nick Clarke, Jeremy McLean, Ryan Cowan, and Pat MacDonald.

Dalen Martin won the third heat ahead of Hawn, Book, Foster, Bill Clarke, Alderson Jr., Mercer, and Robertson, with Cowan pulling off due to mechanical issues.

There was a quick caution at Lap 9 in the fourth heat for Kellar going around, which Walker pulled off under the yellow flag. Jerry Broom picked up the win ahead of Parsons, Nick Clarke, McLean, Rothwell, MacDonald, Kellar, and Walker.

Come feature time, Jerry Broom started pole ahead of Billy Alderson Jr., Dalen Martin, Nick Clarke, Tyler Hawn, Steve Book, Bob Parsons, Bill Clarke, Adrian Foster, Jeremy McLean, Bobby Mercer, Sean Walker, Brandon Robertson, Dustin Kellar, Ryan Cowan, and Sean Walker.

Jerry Broom snagged the early lead ahead of Martin, Alderson Jr., Hawn, Book, Nick Clarke, and Parsons, with Cowan heading off the track on Lap 3, done for the event. Parsons would get alongside Clarke for sixth on Lap 4, with Book getting by Hawn for fourth a lap later. Parsons took over the sixth spot on Lap 6, bringing Foster through with him. Clarke now ran eighth ahead of Bill Clarke, Mercer, McLean, and Milwain.
Book continued to move forward, passing Alderson Jr. for third on Lap 9, with Hawn continuing to run fifth as Parsons and Foster battled for sixth. Parsons held off the challenge, keeping sixth until the caution came out at Lap 12 for MacDonald slowing on the frontstretch and Kellar going around in turn four.

The restart would see Martin get slideways, allowing Alderson Jr. to grab the lead with Martin back to second ahead of Broom. Book would then pass Broom for third on Lap 13, while Hawn rounded out the top-five. Book got alongside Martin for second on Lap 14, completing the pass challenge, and bringing Broom through with him.

Hawn would be the next to challenge Martin for position, with Martin coming down on him a little in turn one, causing both drivers to go around. With 12 laps to go, Alderson Jr. led Book, Broom, Foster, Bill Clarke, Nick Clarke, Mercer, Parsons, Rothwell, Robertson, Walker, MacDonald, and Hawn.

The restart would see a battle for the lead between Alderson Jr. and Book, with Book taking over the top spot on Lap 20 ahead of Alderson Jr., as Foster and Broom battled for third. Broom took the spot a lap later ahead of Foster, as Nick Clarke ran fifth ahead of Bill Clarke, Parsons, Mercer, Rothwell, Hawn, and Walker.

Hawn continued to move forward, passing Rothwell for ninth on Lap 22, with Walker continuing to run 11th ahead of Martin, McLean, and Robertson. Hawn would then get by Mercer on Lap 27 to move up into eighth.

Steve Book picked up the win ahead of Billy Alderson Jr., Jerry Broom, Adrian Foster, and Nick Clarke. Bill Clarke finished sixth, followed by Bob Parsons, Tyler Hawn, Bobby Mercer, and Dan Rothwell. Dalen Martin finished 11th, followed by Sean Walker, Jeremy McLean, Brandon Robertson, Pat MacDonald, Dustin Kellar, and Ryan Cowan.

The Knightworks Design OSCAAR Hot Rods are back in action this weekend at Peterborough Speedway for the Autumn Colours Classic, with their feature presented by the Don Hawn Memorial Fund.

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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