IT’S KIDS RIDE NIGHT AT FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY

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THIS SATURDAY AUGUST 1ST, IT’S KIDS RIDE NIGHT STARTING AT 6 P.M.
ALSO FEATURING THE CANADIAN VINTAGE MODIFIEDS, THUNDER CARS, MINI STOCKS, PURE STOCKS AND THE PRO 4 MODIFIEDS. RACING STARTS AT 7.

PIT GATES OPEN AT 4 P.M.
FRONT GATES OPEN AT 5
KIDS RIDES START AT 6
RACING STARTS AT 7 SHARP

FRONT ENTRANCE PRICING
ADULTS – $14.60
SENIORS/YOUTHS – $12.00
CHILDREN 6-12 – $3.00
FAMILY TICKET – $32.00 WHICH INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN TO 12 YEARS OLD.
*HST IS EXTRA

PIT ENTRANCE PRICING
MEMBERS – $25.00
NON-MEMBERS – $30.00
2015 PIT MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PIT ENTRANCE TICKET BOOTH ONLY FOR $25.00 THAT ENTITLES YOU TO A $5.00 DISCOUNT EVERY NIGHT OF RACING INCLUDING ALL SPECIALS.

IF YOU NEED FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY AT 905-659-3042.

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Adrian Stahle And Tim Norris Big Winners At Flamboro Speedway

 

By Randy Spencer – The Lucas Oil Can Am Midgets and Ontario Pro Challenge were back at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway for their third appearance of the year and once again didn’t disappoint the great crowd on hand enjoying the great summer weather and spectacular racing action once again.

The Pure Stocks and Late Models both had the night off but there was no shortage of exciting racing action. The Mini Stocks led the night off with their first feature. A.J. Miller and Jake Gilbert led the field of 15 to the first green of the night but the caution would fly early as a couple cars experienced some problems. The 38 of Rodney Rutherford slowed and exited while the 76 of Shawn Taylor cut down a tire, replaced it and made it back (along with Rutherford) just in time to join the rear of the field as they once again took green. Lots of three wide action early as the cars jockeyed for position. Blair Wickett made a return after several weeks off. He got high in turn two on lap two and lost some ground early. By lap six, Chad Corcoran and Russ Aicken were battling each other hard. Hudson Nagy and Steve DeLeeuw got into each other on the back stretch on lap seven bringing out a caution as the cars continued the hard door to door battles throughout the pack. Aicken and Corcoran were mixing it up down the back  stretch and Corcoran got squirrely narrowly avoiding several cars in a wild spin. With Corcoran out of the picture that moved Clark Hartman to second place and he battled Aiken tooth and nail for several laps as the race neared completion. Aiken held off Hartman for the feature victory.

Flamboro Speedway July 25,2015 Mini Stock

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Thunder Cars were up next. Mike Gilmour and Bobby Mercer were up front for this one. Gilmour led early but the 89 of Brad Collison got by down the back stretch on lap three to take the lead. The battle for second was fierce has Shawn Arnott and Mark Burbridge with plenty of beating and banging. Burbridge got by and had his sights on Collison next. Burbridge closed the gap and eventually caught Collison and with some crafty driving and a little bump and run got by to take the lead. Collison tried hard to regain the lead with some bumping and banging of his own but Burbridge would not be caught and picked up the checkered flag.

The Pro 4 Modifieds were up for their ten lap heat race. Only six cars made the trip on this night as many of the cars traveled to Sauble to race there. The Nanticokes had this one in hand from the start. They broke away from the rest of the pack as Dan led Brian. Two cars retired with issues, Aaron Turkey slowed on lap two and Linc Erison got the black flag for smoking on lap five. The lead was safe for the Nanticokes as Dan continued his hot streak of late picking up another checkered flag.

The Ontario Pro Challenge were up for the first two of four ten lap heat races. The series had many fans and groups in attendance at the track as well tonight. A few drivers were also returning to the series after some time away. Larry Majuery and Malcolm McMaster and Rick Seeley making his second appearance of the year. The first heat of eight cars was led by Tim Shanahan and Shawn Stones. Shanahan led the first two laps but the 33 of Brian Stevanus executed a nice bump and run on lap three to inherit the lead. Ken Lillycrop followed Stevanus and the two broke away building an almost half track lead on the remainder of the pack. Stevanus ran away and picked up the checkered flag. Race two saw Dale Wilson and Patrick Freel up front. Some three wide action early as a familiar face took the lead with Tim Norris getting by Wilson and Mike Westwood. Westwood spun out of two on lap four bringing out a caution. Norris would battle Dennis Thomson for the remainder of the race with Norris picking up another Flamboro checkered flag.

The Lucas Oil Can Am Midgets hit the track for their two heat races. Adrian Stahle and Dave Hickson were up front. Stahle started to increase his lead on the pack along with the 94 of Ryan Fraser. Fraser did his best to close the gap and by the last lap had come pretty close but wasn’t able to over take Stahle and he took the checkered flag. Lucas Smith and Barry Dunn were on the pole for the second heat. Tyler Turnbull experienced some problems off the start and wasn’t able to take the green. Smith along with Darren McLennan broke way from the pack. On lap four McLennan got by Smith as the two went through 3 and 4. That’s the way it stayed as the Midgets took the checkers.

After the Spectator Drags (King of the Hill) at Intermission we got right into round two with the Ontario Pro Challenge up first with heats 3 and 4. Shawn Stones and Peter Hattin sat up front as the cars took green. The two pole sitters started to break away and put some space between them and the rest of the field. The brothers Batty battled each other hard for third and fourth. Stones held onto the lead and picked up his first ever checkered flag. Race number four some some more exciting three wide action as Patrick Freel, Mike Westwood and Tim Norris battled for the first three laps. Norris and Thomson eventually ended up one two again as announcer Jon Houghton said, the two had some bumper magic going on as the battled each other hard late in the race. Norris made it two for two on the night picking up another checkered flag.

The Can Am Midgets would run and eight lap B Main to set the final positions for the Main feature. Dave Hickson and Todd Cresswell sat up front for the quick little race. Tyler Turnbull was still experiencing some mechanical issues and went off on lap one.Hickson, Cresswell and Rob Neely got off to a good start and battled early. Cresswell got by Hickson on lap three as the two would head into turns 3-4. The next lap Neely pulled the same move on Hickson to take over second and just barely two minutes of racing and it was over that quick with Cresswell picking up the win.

The Mini Stocks hit the track for their second feature with Rick Robinson and Blair Wickett sitting on the pole. Early on Chad Corcoran, Shawn Taylor and Blair Wickett broke away. Taylor seemed to have his issues from last week ironed out but early on he slowed don the front stretch and retired to the pits leaving Corcoran and Wickett to do battle. Wickett led the first six laps but Corcoran got by, took the lead and held it until the end to pick up the feature win.

Mike Gilmour and Justin Collson were up front for the second Thunder Car feature on the night. Lots of banging and crashing in this one. Shawn Arnott and Justin Collison got mixed up early on and Arnott would eventually take the lead followed by Mark Burbridge. The two broke away and ran away as Arnot took the checkered flag.

The Pro 4 Modifieds hit the track for their feature with Dan Petit and Brian Nanticoke up front. Nanticoke led lap one after a close run out of four down the front stretch. Nanticoke would battle with Mark Millard and Dan Nanticoke the rest of the way as Brian held on for the feature win.

The Ontario Pro Challenge were up next for their 30 lap main event. Tim Shanahan and Shawn Stones started out front and Stones took the lead early. Shanahan spun early after falling to fifth bringing out the caution. A few laps later another caution as Patrick Freel and Mike Westwood got involved and spun in turns 1-2 bringing out yet another caution. Larry Majuery wasn’t able to avoid and hit a stopped car and was taken off on the flat bed. On the restart the master of Flamboro, Tim Norris took the lead from Stones. By lap ten the 88 of Norris was gone, out for a drive on his own. Dennis Thomson was sitting in second and Dale Wilson and Ken Lillycrop were battling hard just after that. Wilson eventually got by Lillycrop to take over third. As the laps would wind down, Thomson was gaining on Norris but was unable to catch him and Norris made it three for three on the night.

The final race of the evening was the Can Am Midget feature event. Adrian Stahle and Lucas Smith were on the pole. As the field readied for green, the Can Am Midgets did their customary four wide salute to the fans, always a hit as everyone stands and waves. An early caution as the 62 car of Brian Pescetti went around in three bringing out the caution. Stahle was leading but Ryan Fraser wasn’t backing down and made Stahle fight for the lead. Smith and Darren McLennan were battling for second and third while Stahle continued to dominate, hold the lead and started to put some space between him and Smith. As the race ended, Stahle took the checkered flag picking up and well deserved win in memory of his mom. Great show Adrian! Watch the video here.

Flamboro Speedway July 25, 2015 Can-Am Midgets

That brought to a close another exciting night of racing at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway. Please make plans to join us next week, August 1st. Racing gets under way at 7pm but be there early as KIDS RIDE NIGHT gets underway at 6pm. Kids get a chance to get into  a race car with one of the drivers to go around the track a couple times. The Lucas Oil Can Canadian Vintage Modifieds return. They are also joined by the Ray’s Auto Centre & Towing Thunder Cars, Klotz Auto Repair & Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks, the Pure Stocks and the BOMB Energy Drink Pro 4 Modifieds. Pit gates open at 4pm, Grandstands at 5pm, Kids Rides at 6pm and green flag flies at 7pm.

-Please check the website, www.flamborospeedway.ca for more details including the schedule, Admission Prices for the grandstands and pits and updated point standings for all divisions.

-Make sure you follow us on twitter as well @flamborospdwy

-Thanks to Ingrid Hartman for the videos and to Mike Kiers & Derek Smith for the great photos!

Thanks for Jon Houghton from Delaware Speedway for filling in as out guest announcer!!!

Unofficial Results

Mini Stock Feature #1 : #71 Russ Aicken, #51 Clark Hartman, #03 Jake Gilbert, #61 Chad Ditner, #38 Rodney Rutherford, #36 Hudson Nagy, #76 Shawn Taylor, #50 Chad Corcoran, #97 Blair Wickett, #42 Rick Robinson, #05 Dave Goodacre, #5 Stepheny Dean, #79 Steve DeLeeuw, #32 Gillian Hils, #92 A.J. Miller (NF)

Mini Stock Feature #2 : #50 Chad Corcoran, #97 Blair Wickett, #36 Hudson Nagy, #03 Jake Gilbert, #62 Chad Ditner, #51 Clark Hartman, #71 Russ Aicken, #38 Rodney Rutherford, #42 Rick Robinson, #32 Gillian Hils, #5 Stephney Dean, #92 A.J. Miller, #05 Dave Goodacre, #79 Steve DeLeeuw, #76 Shawn Taylor (NF)

Thunder Car Feature #1 : #02 Mark Burbridge, #89 Brad Collison, #76 Shawn Arnott, #7 Bobby Mercer, #12 Justin Collison, #14 Mike Gilmour, #01 Trevor Monaghan, #77 Mitch Miljanovic (NF)

Thunder Car Feature #2 : #76 Shawn Arnott, #02 Mark Burbridge, #89 Brad Collison, #01 Trevor Monaghan, #12 Justin Collison, #14 Mike Gilmour, #7 Bobby Mercer, #77 Mitch Miljanovic (NF)

Pro 4 Modified Heat : #15 Dan Nanticoke, #9 Brian Nanticoke, #8 Mark Millard, #93 Dan Petit, #23 Linc Erison (NF), #68 Aaron Turkey (NF)

Pro 4 Modified Feature : #9 Brian Nanticoke, #8 Mark Millard, #15 Dan Nanticoke, #93 Dan Petit, #23 Linc Erison, #68 Aaron Turkey (NS)

Ontario Pro Challenge Heat #1 : #33 Brian Stevanus, #00 Ken Lillycrop, #38 Kyle Batty, #16 Rick Seeley, #83 Tim Matty, #14 Tim Shanahan, #8 Peter Hattin, #51 Shawn Stones

Ontario Pro Challenge Heat #2 : #88 Tim Noris, #02 Dennis Thomson, #3 Dale Wislon, #18 Patrick Freel, #91 Mike Westwood, #37 Larry Majuery, #85 Malcolm McMaster (NS)

Ontario Pro Challenge Heat #3 : #51 Shawn Stones, #8 Peter Hattin, #83 Tim Batty, #38 Kyle Batty, #16 Rick Seely, #00 Ken Lillycrop, #33 Brian Stevanus, #14 Tim Shanahan

Ontario Pro Challenge Heat #4 : #88 Tim Norris, #02 Dennis Thomson, #18 Patrick Freel, #91 Mie Westwood, #3 Dale Wilson, #37 Larry Majeury, #85 Malcolm McMaster

Ontario Pro Challenge Feature : #88 Tim Norris, #02 Dennis Thomson, #3 Dale Wilson, #91 Mike Westwood, #00 Ken Lillycrop, #18 Patrick Freel, #83 Tim Batty, #8 Peter Hattin, #33 Brian Stevanus, #16 Rick Seely, #38 Kyle Batty, #14 Tim Shanahan, #51 Shawn Stones (NF), #37 Larry Majeury (NF), #85 Malcolm McMaster (NF)

Can Am Midgets Heat #1 : #50 Adrian Stahle, #94 Ryan Fraser, #40 Mack Deman, #91 Brandon Zavarella, #64 Dave Hickson, #3 Todd Creswell, #6 Craig Pitchell, #24 James Marche

Can Am Midgets Heat #2 : #48 Darren McLennan,#63 Barry Dunn, #2 Steve Murdoch, #43 Darren Dryden, #74 Rob Neely, #62 Brian Pescetti, #84 Tyler Turnbull (NS)

Can Am Midget B Feature : #3 Todd Cresswell, #74 Rob Neely, #64 Dave Hickson, #43 Darren Dryden, #62 Brian Pescetti, #24 James Marche, #6 Craig Pitchell, #84 Tyler Turnbull (NF)

Can Am Midget A Feature : #50 Adrian Stahle, #94 Ryan Fraser, #48 Darren McLennan, #49 Lucas Smith (DQ), #91 Brandon Zavarella, #40 Mack Deman, #74 Rob Neely, #63 Barry Dunn, #2 Steve Murdoch, #24 James Marche, #64 Dave Hickson, #43 Darren Dryden, #6 Craig Pitchell, #62 Bran Pescetti, #3 Todd Creswell

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Brennan Didero Wins Back To Back Lucas Oil Sportsman Features At Flamboro Speedway

Brennan Didero Wins Back To Back Lucas Oil Sportsman Features At Flamboro Speedway
By Randy Spencer – The final one hundred lap race at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway in 2015 turned out to be one crazy affair here Saturday night. The Lucas Oil Sportsman series put on another great show, the second one in two weeks and a familiar face once again put himself in victory lane.
Time trials got under way at 530pm. Fourteen cars were ready to try and break the LOSC track record of 15.369 put down by Shawn McGlynn a couple years back. But the hot and humid weather would likely prevent that record from falling. And indeed when all was said and done the record wasn’t in much trouble as the fast time on the night went once again to McGlynn, this time however about a full second off the record time. Fast time on the night was 16.348.
Feature racing got underway at 630pm with the first of two Pure Stock main events. Peter Becker and Wayde Thorne were on the pole and Becker as usual got off to a quick start and took the lead off the first lap. A caution on lap 5 as Caroline Kelly’s car came to a stop close to the wall in turn four. Ten laps in the 17 of Blair Mayhew and 10 of Lofton Schutts got involved heading into turn three. Mayhew who was debuting a new car on the night after a hard hit to the other car last time out, took a hard hit backwards and up onto the wall. The rear bumper came off and the force of the crash affected the transmission and the car would not go in reverse. He went to the pits for repairs and was able to return before the end of the race. He was pretty sore after the race. Up front Peter Becker continued to lead but he was challenged through out by Josh Shantz, making a rare appearance back in the Pure Stock, over from the dirt at Ohsweken. As the checkers flew it was Becker followed by Shantz and Michael Kenny.
Chad Ditner and Dave Goodacre led the Mini Stocks to green in their first feature of the night. Early on a flat on the 92 of A.J. Miller on lap three brought the first caution. Clark Hartman who had been running very well of late started third and took the lead and built it to a ten car lead early on. Chad Ditner and Scott Mast raced hard behind making the real battle for second and third. Shawn Taylor’s car started to slow after running close to the front and a suspected mass airflow switch was the culprit. Hartman continued to battle is way through lapped traffic and as the race came to an end it was Hartman followed by Ditner and Mast.
Seven Thunder Cars took green in their first feature of the night. Justin Collison, still showing he’s coming along strong in his rookie season led the first six laps. But right their on his back bumper was the Ice Man, dad Brad Collison in the 89. My first thought was maybe dad would block for son to get him that first checkered flag but in true Collison fashion, he raced hard and wasn’t about to hand over the victory that easy. Brad got by Justin and managed to build up a half track lead when the checkered flag fell on this race.
The Pro 4 Modifieds had two ten lap heat races to wrap up round one of qualifying. Dan Petit and Linc Ersion led the field to green. Early on you could have thrown a blanket over the first four cars as Petit, Josh Lassaline, Dan Nanticoke and Erison battled hard. Coming out of four on lap six, Lassaline took the lead followed closely by Nanticoke. The two battled hard the last couple of laps and Lassaline held off a hard charge by Nanticoke for the victory.
Race two saw a couple of drivers familiar with the track but not recently. Ryan Hunsinger was in the 8 for Craig Shaver and the 36 of Gary Elliott was out with his Modified. Gear box problems gave the veteran Elliott fits all night however. Hunsinger got out to a big lead early and his only real challenge came from Tom Houghton in the 33. A few more laps Houghton, a stand out at Full Throttle Motor Speedway, may have made it close but at the checkers it was Hunsinger leading flag to flag for the victory.
Round two of features saw Roger Lessard and Lofton Schutts lead 20 Pure Stocks to green. The field of cars steadily increases every week and with that many cars, racing can get pretty wild. Three wide and three deep off the start. Andy Wheller was off like a shot followed by Shantz. Four wide action on lap three as the craziness continued. As the lead cars headed out of four and down the straight away on lap 13, the 59 of Peter Becker and 70 of Josh Shantz were beating and banging on each other and neither would give an inch. Both cars were headed for the infield with Becker going around and had to head to the pits with a flat. A couple more cautions as the cars continued to battle hard and fast for position. Shantz and Wheller were hard at it battling door to door and bumper to bumper. It appeared that Shantz was better in the corners while the veteran Wheller had it on the straights. As the cars came down to take the checkered flag Wheller held off Shantz for the win.
The second Mini Stock feature saw Shawn Taylor and Hudson Nagy up front. Taylor was hoping they had figured out the gremlins in that car after the first race. The car was great off the start and shot out to the lead but the 71 of Russ Aicken and 03 of Jake Gilbert got tangled down the back stretch and brought out the caution. On the restart the story was different as the 76 slowed up once again and eventually retired to the pits. Nagy was the new leader followed by Scott Mast, Clark Hartman and Chad Ditner. Mast made a couple attempts to take the lead and almost took it from Nagy. A couple laps later Mast slowed heading into turn three with a flat tire, went high and the field went past as he made his way to the pits. Nagy continued to lead and now had the crafty veteran Clark Hartman on his tail. Hartman made numerous attempts to pass Nagy but fell short. On lap 13 down the front stretch Hartman once again almost had him but to no avail. Three laps later heading into turn three, the scatter shield came off Nagy’s car and he cut a tire as he ran over it allowing Harman to get by and take the lead. Ditner and Aicken were close behind. Hartman held off the field and made a clean sweep in Mini Stock feature wins on the night.
The Thunder Cars were next and Jeff Bean and Shawn Arnott were up front. The 7 of Bobby Mercer retired to the pits on lap four with transmission problems he had been experiencing all night. With just five cars left to battle you might think it would be a ho hum race but Collison and Arnott made it anything but. The two battled back and forth making contact, banging bumpers and plenty of great side by side action. Collison got by Arnott on lap 7 going down the back stretch and held off the hard charger out of New Hamburg and Collison too made it a clean sweep on the night.
The final feature race before the 100 lap man event was for the Pro 4 Modifieds. Thirteen cars took the green, this time led by Dan Petit and Mark Lucas. Gary Elliott still experiencing those gear box issues retired to the pits on lap one. Thee wide action on lap five showed these guys meant business, Dan Nanticoke was running real well and shot out to the lead early. As the race approached half way, Nantiokce had a half track lead. A caution on lap 10 as the 8 of Hunsinger spun down the back chute, sliding back up into traffic narrowly averting a crash. That tightened the field and Nanticoke lined up along side Tom Houghton. But a good restart by Nanticoke kept him out front. The 24 of Josh Lassaline got high out of four a couple laps later and showed some fancy driving to hold onto to third place and as the cars took the checkers it was Nanticoke followed by Houghton and Lassaline.
Prior to the start of the race, the fast five draw took place for the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup drivers to set the starting five for the feature. After qualifying the top five looked like this, Shawn McGlynn, Chad McGlynn, Dave Connelly, Tim Tolton and Alvin McNichol. After the fast five draw where each driver was paired with a youngster from the crowd, the order changed to McNichol with his first pole, Chad McGlynn, Shawn McGlynn, Connelly and Tolton. Chad McGlynn got out to an early lead leading lap one. He continued out front followed closely by brother Shawn and McNichol. By lap 14 they had a half track lead on the next pack of cars and lap traffic was now becoming an issue. The 6 of Jeremy Coulter brought out the first caution on lap 23  with a spin in turn three bringing the pack back to even. This time however the cars kept it close with Chad still in the lead. Brother Shawn was second with McNichol and Brennan Didero in fourth. Didero who won last time out here two weeks ago, showed his experience at this track and why he has picked up the name Mr. Highside. Didero has mastered the outside lane and ran it well once again tonight. Chad led brother Shawn as the race approached half way. Lapped traffic caused Shawn some problems and before he knew it, he was caught on the outside and was quickly shuttled back to fifth spot. At the half way Dave Connelly took over the lead followed by Didero and McNichol. Another spin by Coulter on lap 65 once again tightened the field. Connelly led and Didero was once again battling Shawn McGlynn. Several cautions between laps 70 and 76 slowed the action down. On the restart on lap 77, all hell broke loose and all but three cars were involved in a major wreck. A hurried restart or fluid on the track may have been contributing factors as contact was made with the 81 of Shawn McGlynn sending him spinning out and collecting number of the contending cars including Didero, Connelly, Cathcart, Wood, and McNichol.  McNichol and Cathcart were unable to continue and a promising start for McNichol was all for not. The only cars to make it through were Brennan Didero, Mike Nelson and Kevin Trevellin. However Didero had a flat and had to go pit-side and rejoin the pack at the rear. Chad McGlynn also had to retire for the evening when his rear end seized up. The new leader now was Mike Nelson. Nelson had a horseshoe perhaps as he was lapped several times but regained his position each time with the lucky dog. The restart went off well and Didero and McGlynn made their way to the front. Josh Wood drove into the 8 of Adam Martin sending him spinning bringing out another caution with ten to go. Some hard nosed battles as the leaders jockeyed for position. Didero continued to hold off Shawn McGlynn and the two continued to lap 99 when Bob Merrifield and Mike Nelson spun in one and two but the leaders took the white so that meant the yellow and checkers flew to end the race and the 24 of Brennan Didero won his second straight LOSC race at his home track and continued his points lead in the series.

Flamboro Speedway July 18,2015 Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup

That brought to a close another exciting night of racing at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway. Please make plans to join us next week, July 25th. Racing gets under way at 7pm as the Lucas Oil Can Am Midgets and Ontario Pro Challenge return. They are also joined by the Ray’s Auto Centre & Towing Thunder Cars, Klotz Auto Repair & Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks and the BOMB Energy Drink Pro 4 Modifieds. Pit gates open at 4pm, Grandstands at 5pm and green flag flies at 7pm.

DON’T FORGET, at intermission is Spectator Drags, a.k.a. King of the Hill, bring your car from the parking lot, square off with another fan to battle for the $100 prize. All you need is a helmet and working seat belt. Sign in, in the pit tower prior to racing.
-Please check the website, www.flamborospeedway.ca for more details including the schedule, Admission Prices for the grandstands and pits and updated point standings for all divisions.
-Make sure you follow us on twitter as well @flamborospdwy
-Thanks to Ingrid Hartman for the videos and to Mike Kiers for the great photos!Unofficial Results
Pure Stock Feature #1 : #59 Peter Becker, #70 Josh Shantz, #07 Michael Kenny, #90 Andy Wheller, #95 Wayde Thorne, #25 Jason Tolton (-1J), #7 Matt Young, #44 Sam Heibien, #77 Jeff Miller, #24 Tyler Mayhew, #01 Thomas Ward, #42 Leo Labarbera, #14 Elijah Hawrylyshyn, #10 Lofton Schutts, #69 Roger Lessard, #31 Keara Gallant, #17 Tyler Mayhew, #61 Jerome Falle (NF), #5 Courney Scott (NF), #79 Caroline Kelly (NF)
Pure Stock Feature #2 : #90 Andy Wheller, #70 Josh Shantz, #07 Michael Kenny, #25 Jason Tolton, #95 Wayde Thorne, #10 Lofton Schutts, #7 Matt Young, #77 Jeff Miller, #69 Roger Lessard, #44 Sam Heibien, #24 Tyler Mayhew, #42 Leo Labarbera, #31 Keara Gallant, #01 Thomas Ward, #14 Elijah Hawrylyshyn, #17 Blair Mayhew, #5 Courtney Scott, #59 Peter Becker (NF), #79 Caroline Kelly (NF), #61 Jerome Falle (NF)
Mini Stock Feature #1 : #51 Clark Hartman, #61 Chad Ditner, #75 Scott Mast, #71 Russ Aicken, #03 Jake Gilbert, #36 Hudson Nagy, #76 Shawn Taylor, #5 Stepheny Dean, #32 Gillian Hils, #22 Mark DaSilva, #42 Rick Robinson, #05 Dave Goodacre, #92 A.J. Miller (NF), #11 Nolan Quinton (NS)
Mini Stock Feature #2 : #61 Clark Hartman, #61 Chad Ditner, #71 Russ Aicken, #32 Gillian Hils, #03 Jake Gilbert, #42 Rick Robinson, #22 Mark DaSilva, #5 Stepheny Dean, #92 A.J. Miller, #05 Dave Goodacre, #36 Hudson Nagy (NF), #75 Scott Mast (NF) #76 Shawn Taylor (NF), #11 Nolan Quinton (NS)
Thunder Car Feature #1 : #89 Brad Collison, #12 Justin Collison, #76 Shawn Arnott, #87 Jeff Bean, #01 Wayne Phillips, #7 Bobby Mercer (NF), #31 Kevin Gallant (NS)
Thunder Car Feature #2 : #89 Brad Collison, #76 Shawn Arnott, 312 Justin Collison, #87 Jeff Bean, #01 Wayne Phillips, #7 Bobby Mercer (NF), #31 Kevin Gallant (NS)
Pro 4 Modified Heat #1 : #24 Josh Lassaline, #15 Dan Nantioke, #93 Dan Petit, #9 Brian Nanticoke, #23 Linc Erison, #68 Aaron Turkey, #91 Robert Mercer
Pro 4 Modified Heat #2 : #8 Ryan Hunsinger, #33 Tom Houghton, #0 Chris Lebarron, #36 Gary Elliott, #63 Mark Lucas (NF), #24 Josh Lassaline (NS), #2 Dave Hodgkison
Pro 4 Modified Feature : #15 Dan Nanticoke, #33 Tom Houghton, #24 Josh Lassaline, #9 Brian Nanticoke, #8 Ryan Hunsinger, #93 Dan Petit, #68 Aaron Turkey, #0 Chris Lebarron, #91 Robert Mercer, #23 Linc Erison, #2 Dave Hodgkinson, #36 Gary Elliott (NF), #63 Mark Lucas (NS)
LOSC Time Trials (Fast lap) : #81 Shawn McGlynn 16.348, #18 Chad McGlynn 16.364, #82 Dave Connelly 16.553, #3 Tim Tolton 16.650, #77 Alvin McNichol 16.656, #14 Brandt Graham 16.671, #66 Josh Wood 16,730, #48 Doug Cathcart 16.751, #24 Brennan Didero 16.888, #45 Kevin Trevellin 16.902, #85 Mike Nelson 16.959, #8 Adam Martin 17.366, #43 Bob Merrifield 17.495, #6 Jeremy Coulter no time
LOSC 100 lap Feature : #24 Brennan Didero, #81 Shawn McGlynn, #66 Josh Wood, #8 Adam Martin, #82 Dave Connelly, #85 Mike Nelson, #43 Bob Merrifield, #45 Kevin Trevellin, #77 Alvin McNichol, #6 Jeremy Coulter, #48 Doug Cathcart (NF), #14 Brandt Graham (NF), #18 Chad McGlynn (NF), #3 Tim Tolton (NF), #56 Mark Burbridge (NS)

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THE CAN-AM MIDGETS AND THE PRO-CHALLENGE CARS RETURN PLUS SPECTATOR DRAGS

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THIS SATURDAY JULY 25TH, THE PRO- CHALLENGE CARS AND THE CAN-AM MIDGETS RETURN TO FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY. ALSO FEATURING THE THUNDER CARS, MINI STOCKS AND THE PRO 4 MODIFIEDS. AT INTERMISSION WE ARE FEATURING SPECTATOR DRAGS. A TROPHY AND $100.00 GOES TO THE WINNER.

PITS GATES OPEN AT 4 P.M.
FRONT GATES OPEN AT 5
RACING AT 7-SHARP

FRONT ENTRANCE PRICES
ADULTS – $14.60
SENIORS/ YOUTHS – $12.00
CHILDREN 6-12 – $3.00
FAMILY TICKET – $32.00 WHICH INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN TO 12 YEARS OLD.

PIT ENTRANCE PRICES
MEMBERS – $25.00
NON-MEMBERS – $30.00
2015 PIT MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PIT ENTRANCE TICKET BOOTH ONLY FOR $25.00. THAT ENTITLES YOU TO A $5.00 DISCOUNT EVERY NIGHT OF RACING INCLUDING ALL SPECIALS.

IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY @ 905-659-3042.

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