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On behalf of the staff at Flamboro Speedway we would like to offer our sincere condolences to Dave Wood of Meineke Car Care and the Meineke Racing team. His wife Crystal passed away this weekend and our thoughts and prayers are with Dave and his family during this difficult time.

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SUNDAY DECEMBER 4TH 

VIP TOWER
FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY
873 5TH CONCESSION WEST
MILLGROVE ONTARIO 

1 P.M. – THUNDER CARS
2 P.M. – MINI STOCKS
3 P.M. – PURE STOCKS 

IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT JOHN AT 905-659-3042 OR 905-689-6052

 

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THANK YOU TO THE STAFF, DRIVERS, CREWS AND RACE FANS FOR ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SEASON AT FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY. 

JOHN AND FRANK CASALE

Frostoberfest Two Ends Season At Flamboro Speedway As Shaw And Lapcevich Crowned Champions

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By Randy Spencer – A long and exciting season came to an end here Saturday night at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway with the postponed part of Frostoberfest, the Triple 50’s for the Grisdale Late Models. Twenty Late Models were signed in for the final event on the racing calendar for 2016 at Flamboro and at any short track in Ontario. The weather was mild for late October and the racing didn’t disappoint.

Nascar Canada Pinty’s Champion Cayden Lapcevich was in the 76 London Recreational Late Model and didn’t look out of place as he turned a fast lap of 15.599 to start on the pole for the first of three fifty lap races. The Mini Stocks were also back for a Twin 30 feature event. In time trials, Lane Zardo turned a fast lap to get the pole with a time of 18.325. Twenty one cars were on hand for the Mini Stock final race of 2016.

In the first thirty lapper for Mini Stocks, Brian Wilson started third and found his way to the front fairly quick and stayed there picking up the first feature win. Samantha Shaw finished second followed by Zardo, Jason Tolton and Phil Givens. In race two, the battle was between Zardo and Shaw. They started 12th and 13th respectively in the field. Russ Aicken was leading early, got loose and hit the wall out of two and collected the top ten cars in the field putting Zardo in the lead followed by Shaw. Shaw showed she has come a long way and continues to make the Shaw name well known for winning in short track racing in Ontario as she got by Zardo to take the lead and picked up the checkered flag and the overall championship for the night. Congratulations Sam!!

In the first of the Triple 50’s for Late Models, Lapcevich would lead all the way for the win but was challenged by Andrew Gressel, Billy Schwartzenburg and J.R. Fitzpatrick. Shawn Chenoweth missed time trials and had to start at the back but finished fifth. In race two, Gressel didn’t make the green. The field was inverted and Lapcevich started 15th. Chenoweth started 11th and soon found his way to the front and he dominated winning by half a track followed by Fitzpatrick, Lapcevich, Mat Box and Matt Lockwood. The final race of the night saw Schwartzenberg and Jason Parker on the pole. They battled early for the top spot but Chenoweth once again made a bee line for the front and took the lead. Fitzpatrick had a strong run finishing second followed by Lapcevich, Schwartzenberg and Box. Schwartzenberg and Lapcevich had a heated battle for the last half of the race and a lot of paint was exchanged. The overall winner was a tie between Lapcevich and Chenoweth but the tie breaker was the first race which Lapcevich won so he was declared the overall winner.

What an exciting end to a great season at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway. Thanks to all the drivers and you the fans for supporting the track this year! See you all in 2017 for an even more exciting year!! Check the website over the winter for updates and all the news on the banquet and the Flamboro Stadium & Speedway Hall of Fame inductions!

Photos by Derek Smith  http://www.racepulse.com/ and Mike Kiers http://www.cableguyphotos.com/

Results

Mini Stocks Time Trials – #50 Lane Zardo 18.325, #81 Samantha Shaw 18.376, #49 Phil Givens 18.402, #7 Brian Wilson 18.438, #2 Jason Tolton 18.456, #39 Brandon Crumbie 18.568, #35 Tim Tolton 18.572, #86 Steve Laking 18.662, #64 Dave Crumbie 18.689, #03 Bob Gilbert 18.737, #01 Mark DaSilva 18.934, #63 Carson Nagy 18.935, #84 David Gallinger 18.965, #72 Rick Schwartzenburg 18.964, #37 Rob Hoskins 18.974, #6 Wayde Thorne 19.168, #77 Mike Hooper 19.655, #55 Taylor Thring 20.322, #11 Clay Collison 20.437, #13 Bobby Tolton (no time), #71 Russ Aicken (no time)

Mini Stock First Feature – #7 Brian Wilson, #81 Samantha Shaw, #50 Lane Zardo, #2 Jason Tolton, #49 Phil Givens, #86 Steve Laking, #71 Russ Aicken, 35 Tim Tolton #03 Bob Gilbert, #39 Brandon Crumbie, #64 Dave Crumbie, #72 Rick Schwartzenburg, #84 David Gallinger, #01 Mark DaSilva, #63 Carson Nagy, #6 Wayde Thorne, #77 Mike Hooper, #11 Clay Collison, #55 Taylor Thring, #37 Rob Hoskins (NF), #13 Bobby Tolton (NS)

Mini Stock Second Feature – #81 Samantha Shaw, #50 Lane Zardo, #49 Phil Givens, #3 Bob Gilbert, #86 Steve Laking, #64 Dave Crumbie, #37 Rob Hoskins, #01 Mark DaSilva, #84 David Gallinger, #7 Brina Wilson, #63 Carson Nagy, #11 Clay Collison, #72 Rick Schwartzenburg, #77 Mike Hooper, #55 Taylor Thring, #71 Russ Aicken (NF), #2 Jason Tolton (NF), #39 Brandon Crumbie (NF), #35 Tim Tolton (NF), #6 Wayde Thone (NF), #13 Bobby Tolton (NS)

Late Model Time Trials – #76 Cayden Lapcevich 15.599, #89 Kelly Balson 15.624, #8 Jason Parker 15.642, #37 J.R. Fitzpatrick 15.650, #81 Andrew Gressel 15.747, #86 Billy Schwartzenburg 15.788, #27 Mat Box 15.829, #3 Shae Gemmell 15.872, #17 Nick Roth 15.907, #21 Kevin Albers 15.932, #50 Chad Corcoran 15.979. #29 Steve Cashmore 16.123, #61 Brent Wheller 16.182, #9 Jeff Ruddy 16.198, #11 Dave Osborne 16.442, #36 Gary Elliott 16.507, #18 Chad McGlynn 16.623, #91 Mike Westwood 17.002, #38 Rodney Rutherford 17.094, #15 Matt Lockwood (no time)

Late Model First Feature – #76 Cayden Lapcevich, #81 Andrew Gressel, #86 Billy Schwartzenburg, #37 J.R. Fitzpatrick, #89 Shawn Chenoweth, #8 Jason Parker, #27 Mat Box, #15 Matt Lockwood, #3 Shae Gemmell, #17 Nick Roth, #21 Kevin Albers, #36 Gary Elliott, #29 Steve Cashmore, #9 Jeff Ruddy, #11 Dave Osborne, #91 Mike Westwood, #61 Brent Wheller (NF), #38 Rodney Rutherford (NF), #18 Chad McGlynn (NF), #50 Chad Corcoran (NF)

Late Model Second Feature – #89 Shawn Chenoweth, #37 J.R. Fitzpatrick, #76 Cayden Lapcevich, #27 Mat Box, #15 Matt Lockwood, #3 Shae Gemmell, #8 Jason Parker, #86 Billy Schwartzenburg, #36 Gary Elliott, #9 Jeff Ruddy, #50 Chad Corcoran, #61 Brent Wheller, #11 Dave Osborne, #29 Steve Cashmore, #91 Mike Westwood (NF), #38 Rodney Rutherford (NF), #17 Nick Roth (NF), #21 Kevin Albers (NF), #81 Andrew Gressel (NS), #18 Chad McGlynn (NS)

Late Model Third Feature – #89 Shawn Chenoweth, #37 J.R. Fitzpatrick, #76 Cayden Lapcevich, #86 Billy Schwartzenburg, #27 Mat Box, #8 Jason Parker, #50 Chad Corcoran, #15 Matt Lockwood, #3 Shae Gemmell, #9 Jeff Ruddy, #29 Steve Cashmore, #36 Gary Elliott, #61 Brent Wheller, #18 Chad McGlynn (NF), #11 Dave Osborne (NF), #91 Mike Westwood (NF), #38 Rodney Rutherford (NF), #17 Nick Roth (NF), #21 Kevin Albers (NS), #81 Andrew Gressel (NS)

Late Model Overall Finish – #76 Cayden Lapcevich, #89 Shawn Chenoweth, #37 J.R. Fitzpatrick, #86 Billy Schwartzenburg, #27 Mat Box, #8 Jason Parker, #15 Matt Lockwood, #3 Shae Gemmell, #36 Gary Elliott, #9 Jeff Ruddy, #29 Steve Cashmore, #50 Chad Corcoran, #61 Brent Wheller, #11 Dave Osborne, #17 Nick Roth, #38 Rodney Rutherford, #81 Andrew Gressel, #21 Kevin Albers, #91 Mike Westwood, #18 Chad McGlynn

Rodney Rutherford Wins $10,000 Halloween Enduro At Flamboro Speedway

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By Randy Spencer (Flamboro Speedway PR) – The final Endurance race of the 2016 season was one to remember. Great weather and 110 cars signed in was a Halloween recipe for a great race. Many red flags early as so many cars at times made the track impassable. Once the cars settled in and the numbers dwindled off some great battles were setting up. David Deschenes and past winner Jamie Cox led early but had troubles and retired. Lap 91 saw Karl Sault take a wild ride and get airborne and just about went over. Ryan Dinning also led for a while and Rodney Rutherford was leader with about 100 laps to go. The race wore on and Rutherford kept leading and as the race came down to the checkered flag it was Rutherford coming across first. Immediately however the scorer for the 024 of Bryan Bateson came to the head scorer and protested the finish saying his car had run 302 laps. Several hours went by as track staff met to try figure it out. A final decision was put off  and several meetings took place over the coming days and finally it was determined that some irregularities in the score sheets for the 024 had disqualified him and Rutherford was officially named the winner of the $10,000 Halloween Enduro.

Thanks to Glen Hils, Brenda Shunamon and all those that took so much time to make sure we made the right decision. Congratulations to the #74 of Dale Coutts as the fan favorite for the Best Appearing Halloween themed car. He wins $500. And the demolition derby afterwards was very exciting I heard. #26 Dave Patton was forst followed by #53 Chris Rivers.

Photos by Derek Smith http://www.racepulse.com/  and Mike Kiers www.cableguyphotos.com

and to Ingrid Hartman for the video of this amazing race!

Enduro – https://youtu.be/B4HDe2uPO0o

Demo. Derby – https://youtu.be/drTuLlrYuCU

Here is a list of the cars from scorecard information with car number, driver and number of laps run in brackets.

Results
Enduro 300 laps – #38 Rodney Rutherford (300 laps), #33 Brandon Watson (298), #417 Mike Ollivierra (297), #99 Dean Ferri (296), #121 Seth Kirby (291), #55 Craig Cole (290), #007 Dan Archibald (290), #11 Risi George (282), #114 James Townsend (282), #09 Kent Nuhn (282), #28 Mike Jennings (277), #112 Jason Coutu (277), #52 Dave Hunsinger (277), #61 Dan Storey (275), #83 Blaine Jacquard (274), #187 Jim McTavish (267), #9 Dave Silverthorn Jr. (260), #85-1/3 Danny Campbell (258), #16 Justin Haimstra (253), #45 Cory Janssens (249), #71 Brad Webb (239), #22x Nicolas Ryeson (234), #03 David Sanders (230), #34 Kyle Hall (227), #42 Joe DeBoer (214), #82 Joe Daley (212), #14 Thayne Hallyburton (204), #29k Kathleen Lampman (203), #81x Brandon Johnston (182), #1149 Jake Jackson (181), #307 (170), #413 Justin Taylor (168), #148 Kris Kahn (162), #777 Tyler Ward ( 156), #871 Ryan Dinning (153), #114 Cory Young (150), #133 Kyle Jones (141), #137 Will Larkin (141), #22 Chris Mitchell (141), #81 Karl Sault (133), #53 Logan Shwedyk (131), #31 Rick Walt ( 124), #44 Ryan Fisher (122), #404 Michael Ford (116), #9 Bob Ling (110), #44x Jamie Cox (106), #66 David Deschenes (104), #400 Gord Shepherd (102), #87 Shone Evans (98), #801 John Shaw (98), #35 Tim Tolton (97), #57 (96), #57 James Stanley (92), #89s Ron Shaw (87),#31x Chris Mulders (84), #427 Jesse Brown (81), #981 Sid Bracci (75), #85-1/4 Dan Campbell (71), #705 James Power (70), #1 Steve Lovie (68), #30 Robert Downey (67), #48 Billy Zardo (63), #74 Dale Coutts (60), #171 Zackery McCormack (58), #808 Darren Zumpe (52), #91 Adam Marsh (49), #05 Pete Reid (44), #07b (44), #42 Leo Labarbera (42), #07 Michael Kenny (41), #51 Coltin Everingham (33), #29 Brian Sudsbury (32), #31k Kevin Gallant (30), #10-4 Justin Collison, #649 James Downey (30), #127 Jeff Brown (29), #23 Kris Taylor (29), #88 Mark West (28), #86 Ben Hage (25), #00 Brad Holmes (24), #36 Dillon McGuire (20), #72 Rich Schwartzenberg (20), #15 Jason Dixon (19), #6 Wayde Thorne (15), #93 Peter Vyn (14), #32 Ryan Hunsinger (110), #43 Blair Fisher (10), #98 Jonathan Bates (9), #17 Dave Frost (7), #06 Alec Roddk (5), #49 Lucas Smith (4), #115 Matt Larkin (3), #18 Jay Cutting (3), #1/2 Rob Iliffe (1), #37 Dalton Kors (1), #04 Brian Mackereth (1), #617 Mike Brown (1), #4 Connor James (1), #181 Chris Mckelver (1), #0 Aaron Turkey (0), #024 Bryan Bateson (DQ)