THIS SATURDAY JUNE 3RD, FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY WELCOMES   THE PRO LATE MODELS, SUPER STOCKS, MINI STOCKS, PURE STOCKS AND THE PRO 4 MODIFIEDS. PITS OPEN AT 3, FRONT GATES OPEN AT 5, RACING AT 6.

FRONT GATE ADMISSION
ADULTS – $15.95
SENIORS 65 AND OLDER – $13.25
YOUTHS 13-16 – $13.25
CHILDREN 6-12 – $3.00
FAMILY TICKET – $33.60
WHICH INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHIKDREN TO 12 YEARS OLD.
HST IS EXTRA

PIT ADMISSION
MEMBERS – $30.00
NON-MEMBERS – $35.OO
2017 PIT MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PIT GATE TICKET BOOTH ONLY FOR $25.00 WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO A $5.00 DISCOUNT EVERY NIGHT OF RACING INCLUDING ALL SPECIALS.

IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL JOHN AT 905-659-3042.

THIS SATURDAY MAY 27TH, FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY PRESENTS THE OSCAAR SERIES. OSCAAR SUPER LATE MODELS, OSCAAR MODIFIEDS, OSCAAR HOT RODS, SUPER STOCKS, MINI STOCKS AND PURE STOCKS. PITS OPEN AT 3,FRONT GATES OPEN AT 5, RACING STARTS AT 6 SHARP.

FRONT GATE ADMISSION
ADULTS – $20.00
SENIORS 65 AND OLDER – $18.00
YOUTHS 13-16 – $18.00
CHILDREN 6-12 – $5.00
FAMILY TICKET –  $ 45.00 WHICH INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN TO 12 YEARS OLD
*HST IS INCLUDED*

PIT GATE ADMISSION
MEMBERS – $30.00
NON-MEMBERS – $ 35.00
2017 PIT MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PIT GATE TICKET BOOTH ONLY FOR $25.00 WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO A $5.00 DISCOUNT EVERY NIGHT OF RACING INCLUDING ALL SPECIALS.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT JOHN AT 905-659-3042

Rain Puts A Damper On Racing Again At Flamboro Speedway

By Randy Spencer (Flamboro Speedway PR) – The story of the Spring of 2017 as definitely been the weather and the abnormally cool and wet weather. For the third time in three weeks, rain has had an affect on the program at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway.
The Grisdale Late Models and Lucas Oil Canadian Vintage Modifieds made their 2017 debut. Seventeen Late Models were signed in and the pits were full as the Klotz Auto Repair and Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks, the Ray’s Auto Centre & Towing Super Stocks, the Pure Stocks and the Pro Four Modifieds joined the Vintage Modifieds and Late Models for an action packed night of racing.
The Pure Stocks continued to provide some of the most entertaining racing of the season and the 16 car of Mark Thorne continued his hot start picking up the win in feature one. Thorne battled Doug Moir throughout. The 50 car of Ross Winters Jr. caught the lead two cars followed by the 90 of Gary Slama. Slama managed to get by Winters on la 19 heading out of four. It was Thorne followed by Moir, Slama, Winters and Eric Crow fifth. Clinton Kerkhof had a great second feature leading all but the first lap in just his second night out at Flamboro and took the checkered flag. Wayde Thorne led lap one but Kerkhof took the lead on lap two. Courtney Scott in the 10 car had another good run. Mark Thorne, winner in feature one ran third most of the race until the 90 of Slama got by late. The finish was Kerkhof, Scott, Slama, Mark Thorne and Doug Moir fifth. Kerkhof said in victory lane that he won this one for his mom who passed away last year. Good job Clinton!
In Mini Stock action, Shawn Taylor has had a frustrating beginning to the year. After some car and personal issues late last year he was back and raring to go this year. Some more problems with the car, similar to what he encountered last season early on but on this night, at least in feature one, things looked good. He started pole and led start to finish in picking up the win. Three wide action early on as Taylor led the way and the lead started to grow with Jake Gilbert doing his best to keep it close. Further back a six car pack was nose to tail led by the 72 of Rich Schwartzenberg. For the second time in as many races the 03 of Jake Gilbert blew and engine and that brought out the red flag as fluid was spilled around most of the track. Taylor continued a good lead and Schwartzenberg battled Russ Aicken, Nice to see Schwartzenberg have a good start to the season.
His tribute car to the legend Jr. Hanley his a beautiful looking car. At the finish it was Taylor, Aicken, Schwartzenberg, Allie Ditner and David Gallinger fifth.
An all girl front row for the start of feature two as Taylor Thring and Kaitlyn Wallace were out front. Thring and Wallace came together heading into one of on the original green with Thring going around and into the turn one wall. She was quite sore and she couldn’t continue. On the restart Mike Hooper led lap one. Jake Watson was the new leader next time by followed closely by Aicken. Aicken took the lead through 3-4 on lap 8. Ditner got by Watson to take third on lap 14. Russ Aicken continued his torrid pace picking up another win but Allie Ditner was flying and didn’t let him walk away as she made it close. It was Aicken, Ditner, Watson, Gallinger and Taylor fifth.
The Ray’s Auto Centre & Towing Super Stocks had ten cars out as the ranks continue to grow in this division. Brandon McFerran in Kevin Gallant’s 31 car and Nick Troback, back from some time racing at Sunset Speedway battled each other hard in both races. In the first feature, Chris Howse led lap one. A caution on lap three as the 8 car of R.J. Croteau cut a tire and hit the turn three wall. He changed it and made it out to finish the race. Howse battled Troback nose to tail and door to door throughout. Lapped traffic looked like it might become an issue but the lead pack split the two lapped cars to get through by a hair. On the final lap out of four with Howse leading he got high and spun the tires allowing Troback to get by followed by McFerran. The finish was Troback, McFerran, Howse, Carson Nagy with Brad Collison fifth.
In the second feature, Howse once again led lap one. Mike Coones in the 05 brought out a caution as he hit the wall and came to a stop. McFerran got by Howse on lap six and ran away from the field picking up the win. McFerran did the Polish Victory lap as he often does when winning a feature. McFerran was the winner followed by Troback, Howse, Nagy and Collison.
With the rain the Pro Four Modifieds, Canadian Vintage Modifieds and Late Models only were able to get one feature in each.
The Pro Fours will also grow in car counts as they usually do as the year goes on. Eight cars took the green and it looked like Dan Nanticoke would run away with this one but on lap 12 Mark Lucas flew past Nanticoke and picked up the feature win.
The Lucas Oil Canadian Vintage Modifieds has a lucky thirteen cars signed in and like some of the other divisions grow in numbers as the season continues. It was a clean race as the veteran Brian Atkinson led start to finish and picked up the first feature win of 2017.
The Grisdale Late Models have really grown and with seventeen cars taking the green it was sure to be an exciting night. There was lots of experience and some rookie drivers making their Late Model debuts. Gary Elliott, fresh off his induction this past January to the Flamboro Stadium & Speedway Hall of Fame was primed and ready for a busy season of racing. At 70 he is the “seasoned” veteran of the group as he makes his push for 800 consecutive starts in stock car racing in the province. It all started back on June 5, 1987 and he hasn’t missed one since. He was up against 13 year old Treyton Lapcevich in the 32 car and also, as Gary said previously, had some other young guns to chase…Hudson Nagy in the 63 and Blair Wickett in the 97. In the feature on this night, Billy “the Kid” Schwartzenberg led early with another young racer Matt Lockwood on his bumper. Lockwood got a little too close on lap 21 and brought out the caution when Schwartzenberg went around. Jake Sheridan led on the restart but “Killer” Kevin Albers was the leader the next time by. At the same time heading into one, by the look of the video it appears the 97 of Wickett got up on Sheridan sending them both into the turn one wall. As they rolled into one, Sheridan went up on the wall and over and came to a rest upside down on the back of the 97. The red flag came out and a 20 minute delay as the cars were removed from the track. Shame for Sheridan on his first night out. This completed a rough week for Sheridan. He also races a Sprint Car at Ohsweken and rolled it earlier this week. On the restart, Albers continued to lead and he picked up the victory followed by Shawn Chenoweth, Mark Burbridge, Hudson Nagy and Kenny Forth. Nice to see Mark Burbridge back behid the wheel of a race car.
With the rain too heavy to continue, the last three races were postponed to a later date. Looks like the Late Models and Pro Fours will run their second features on June 3rd to start the evening and then run their regular features during the regular portion of that nights program. The Canadian Vintage Modifieds will run their postponed feature either June 10th or 24th.
Please make plans to join us next Saturday, May 27th as the OSCAAR series in in town. The Super Late Models, Modifieds and NEW Hot Rod series will be here. That promises to be a great show. The Hot Rod series concept, being able to place an old body on whatever chassis and power-train that you choose. Many veteran racers and fans will recognize many old style bodies that raced tracks around these parts back in the late 60’s into the 70’s. They will be joined by our regular track series, the Super Stocks, Mini Stocks and Pure Stocks. Pits open at 3pm, front gates at 5pm and racing starts at 6pm sharp!
Please check the website for all the details, the schedule, points and so much more, www.flamborospeedway.ca

Thanks to Derek Smith of http://www.racepulse.com/ for the photos and to Ingrid Hartman for the videos, check her videos out at petalpower51 on youtube.
Results
Pure Stocks Feature #1 :
#16 Wayde Thorne, #23 Doug Moir, #90 Gary Slama, #50 Ross Winters Jr., #83 Eric Crow, #42 Leo Labarbera, #78 Clinton Kerkhof, #10 Courtney Scott, #26 Wayde Thorne, #31 Keara Gallant, #61 Paul Ditner, #3 Rob Shaw, #13 Matt Fraser, #14 Elijah Hawrylyshyn (NF)
Pure Stocks Feature #2 : #78 Clinton Kerkhof, #10 Courtney Scott, #90 Gary Slama, #16 Mark Thorne, #23 Doug Moir, #83 Eric Crow, #26 Wayde Thorne, #31 Keara Gallant, #13 Matt Fraser, #61 Paul Ditner, #42 Leo Labarbera, #3 Rob Shaw, #50 Ross Winters Jr. (NF), #14 Elijah Hawrylyshyn (NS)
Mini Stocks Feature #1 : #76 Shawn Taylor, #71 Russ Aicken, #72 Rich Schwartzenburg, #61 Allie Ditner, #84 David Gallinger, #88 Jake Watson, #77 Mike Hooper, #24 Blair Mayhew, #45 Kaitlyn Wallace, #55 Taylor Thring, #7 Matt Young, #07 Michael Kenny, #79 John Istead, #49 Phil Givens (NF), #03 Jake Gilbert (NF)
Mini Stock Feature #2 : #71 Russ Aicken, #61 Allie Ditner, #88 Jake Watson, #84 David Gallinger, #76 Shawn Taylor, #72 Rich Schwartzenberg, #49 Phil Givens, #7 Matt Young, #77 Mike Hooper, #07 Michael Kenny, #79 John Istead, #24 Blair Mayhew, #45 Kaitlyn Wallace, #55 Taylor Thring (NF), #03 Jake Gilbert (NS)
Super Stock Feature #1 : #73 Nick Troback, #31 Brandon McFerran,#55 Chris Howse, #63 Carson Nagy, #13 Brad Collison, #38 Bobby Mercer, #92 A.J. Miller, #05 Mike Coones, #8 R.J. Croteau (NF), #76 Shawn Arnott (NF)
Super Stock Feature #2 : #31 Brandon McFerran, #73 Nick Troback, #55 Chris Howse, #63 Carson Nagy, #13 Brad Collison, #38 Bobby Mercer, #76 Shawn Arnott, #92 A.J. Miller, #8 R.J. Croteau (NF), #05 Mike Coones (NF)
Pro Four Modified Feature #1 : #63 Mark Lucas, #15 Dan Nanticoke, #91 Mike Westwood, #68 Aaron Turkey, #9 Brian Nanticoke, #8 Gillian Hils, #23 Linc Erison, #93 Dan Petit

Late Model Feature #1 : #27 Kevin Albers, #89c Shawn Chenoweth, #02 Mark Burbridge, #63 Hudson Nagy, #86 Kenny Forth, #32 Treyton Lapcevich, #86x Billy Schwartzenberg, #9 Jeff Ruddy, #38 Bill Pearsall, #36 Gary Elliott, #50 Chad Corcoran, #41 Steve Adams, #35 Andy Kamrath, #5 Jake Sheridan (NF), #97 Blair Wickett (NF), #15 Matt Lockwood (NF), #11 Dave Osborne (NF)

Canadian Vintage Modified Feature #1 : #92 Brian Atkinson, #5 Mike Podd, #18 Jason Keen, #15 T.J. Marshall,#57 Steve Trendell, #47 Patrick Reulens, #00 Jason Bowden, #654 Max Wright, #84 Jeremy Barton, #19 John Karley, #80 Amanda Stoner, #88 BIll Stoner (NF), #29 Daryl Henwood (NF)

THIS SATURDAY MAY 20TH, FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY PRESENTS THE PRO LATE MODELS, SUPER STOCKS, MINI STOCKS, PURE STOCKS, PRO 4 MODIFIEDS AND THE CANADIAN VINTAGE MODIFIEDS. PITS OPEN AT 3 P.M.,FRONT GATES OPEN AT 5, RACING STARTS AT 6 P.M. SHARP.
 
FRONT GATE ADMISSION
ADULTS – $20.00
SENIORS 65 AND OLDER – $17.00
YOUTHS 13 TO 16 – $17.00
CHILDREN  6-12  – $3.00
FAMILY TICKET – $43.00 WHICH INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN TO 12 YEARS OLD.
*HST IS INCLUDED*
 
PIT GATE ADMISSION
NON-MEMBERS – $35.00
MEMBERS – $30.00
2017 PIT MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PIT GATE ENTRANCE ONLY FOR $25.00 WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO A $5.00 DISCOUNT EVERY NIGHT OF RACING INCLUDING ALL SPECIALS.
 
IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION,PLEASE CONTACT JOHN AT 905-659-3042. 

Chad McGlynn Wins 100 Lap Late Model Sportsman Race At Flamboro

By Randy Spencer (Flamboro Speedway PR) – After a rain out last weekend, the wetter and cooler than normal spring seemed to want to continue the trend on this night at Bennett Chevrolet Flamboro Speedway. The start of the race program was delayed as the track had to be dried. A few other short delays as a few showers would pass throughout the evening.
The Pure Stocks hit the track just before 7pm for the first feature of the night. Ross Winters Jr. and Eric Crow would lead the field to green with Winters leading lap one. On lap three the 13 car of Matt Fraser had a flat and retired to the infield. On the restart, the red flag came out when a fire under the hood of Winters car and he retired to the pits. A father and son duo would be out front and started to break away from the rest of the field. Mark and Wayde Thorne were the class of the pack and would soon be joined by the 90 car of Andy Wheller. They raced for several laps bumper to bumper but a lead change would take place on lap 14 as the cars headed down the back stretch. Wayde Thorne got by Mark and was followed by Wheller. As the cars crossed the line it was Wayde followed by Wheller and Mark Thorne.
The Klotz Auto Repair and Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks were next with Matt Young and Michael Kenny up front. Kenny led lap one and would hold the lead until lap seven when Shawn Taylor took over the lead through one and two. Lapped traffic would become an issue half way as Russ Aicken moved up to Taylor’s bumper and would get past when Taylor once again lost power and was off the pace. Aicken was the new leader and was followed closely by Jake Gilbert in the 03. They would race bumper to bumper until the 45 of Kaitlyn Wallace spun down the back stretch bringing out the caution. On the restart, Gilbert took the advantage and would be the new leader and although Aicken made a couple of attempts to retake the lead, Gilbert would hold on for the win.

The Ontario Pro Challenge series made their 2017 debut with a ten lap heat race. Peter Hattin led lap one and he would battle the 83 of Tim Batty. Tim Norris started to make a move and he would get by Batty to take over second. As the checkers flew it was Hattin followed by Norris and Batty.
The Lucas Oil Can Am Midgets also made their season debut with the first of two heats. Ryan Fraser led lap one. Adrian Stahle would get by Fraser in one-two on lap three and led the rest of the way picking up the win.
The second heat would see Adam Racine lead all the way to pick up the win. He was at the track early as he raced with Waterloo Regional Kart club and then raced a car borrowed from Mack Deman since his wasn’t ready.
The Lucas Oil Sportsman series had eleven cars signed in for the first race of the year. Just ten cars took laps as the 88 car of Scott McPhail blew a tire in practice hitting the wall and would start scratch in the 100 lapper. With the “green” track, the LOSC track record of 16.005 set last September would likely not go down. Although it came close, Chad McGlynn set the fast lap at 16.251 and would take the provisional pole followed by Alvin McNichol, Brandt Graham, Donny Beatty and Doug Cathcart. The top five would change however as the Fast Five draw would take place prior to the start of the feature.
The Pure Stocks hit the track for their second feature. The 31 of Brandon McFerran and the 16 of Mark Thorne were called for jumping the green. McFerran was the leader and built up at least a ten car lead on Wayde Thorne. Lapped traffic came into play but wasn’t a big issue and Thorne was gaining and soon was on McFerran’s bumper. With a few laps to go a caution came out for debris and the two cars that jumped the original green were put back two spots each. On the restart for the green white checker, Wayde Thorne was the new leader followed by Clinton Kerkhof in the 78 and McFerran. The white came out and as the cars rounded four, McFerran had a bumper on Kerkoff and that’s the way it finished, Wayde Thorne winning both features, followed in this one by McFerran and Kerkhof.

The Ontario Pro Challange were next for their second ten lap heat. Ken Lillycrop led lap one. A caution on lap two brought the filed back to a restart and Rick Seeley was the new leader. He would continue to lead, held off the field and picked up the win followed by Lillycrop and Tim Norris.
The Klotz Auto Repair and Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks were next for feature number two on the night. Mike Hooper led lap one. An early caution as Hooper and Rick Robinson were around. On the restart, David Gallinger was the new leader. The 03 of Jake Gilbert brought out the red flag and on the restart, Gallinger and Jake Watson would battle for the lead with Watson taking over first place. Another caution came out on lap nine and on the restart, Russ Aicken was the leader and led the rest of the way picking up another feature victory in the early season followed by Watson and Gallinger.
The Lucas Oil Can Am Midgets hit the track with twelve cars taking the green. As always, their salute to the fans as “Only the best go four abreast”.  Veteran Barry Dunn led lap one. He would lead until lap six when Adam Racine was the new leader. A caution two laps later as Steve Murdock and Dunn spun out of two. Racine continued to the lead as the race wore on. The win looked in the bag but 2016 champion Mack Deman started to gain and with two laps to go he was on the bumper of Racine. On the final lap, the two were battling through three and four and were side by side heading for the line. As they crossed it was Racine by a tire length as he picked up the win followed by Deman and Ryan Fraser.
The Ontario Pro Challenge were next for their thirty lap feature. Peter Hattin led early. Kyle Batty would start to battle Hattin and would take the lead through three-four on lap nine. A caution came out as a spin occurred in turn three. On the restart, Tim Norris was the new leader followed by Batty. They would break away from the filed leading by a half track. As the cars took the checkers it was Norris followed by Batty and Seeley.

The final race of the night it was the 100 lap feature for the Lucas Oil Sportsman. The fast five draw took place as the top five in qualifying drew for the starting order. Prior to the draw it was Chad McGlynn, Alvin McNicol, Brandt Graham, Donny Beatty and Doug Cathcart. Alvin McNicol drew the pole followed by Beatty, Cathcart, Graham and McGlynn. McNicol would lead lap one. Brandt Graham would be on McNicol’s bumper for several laps and the two battled hard. McNicol got loose a few times but continued to lead. Lap 46 saw fan favorite Kevin Gallant slow and retire for the night a couple laps later. McNicol and Graham would trade the lead a few times. On lap 64 a caution as McNicol spun in 1-2. Chad McGlynn was the new leader on the restart followed closely by Graham. With 25 laps to go McGlynn and Graham had a half track lead on the rest of the field. McNicol and Cathcart battled side by side for third and fourth and would trade that spot back and forth throughout. Graham would regain the lead on lap 81 as he got by McGlynn in 3-4. McGlynn would retake the lead on lap 91 and managed to hold off the hard charging Graham and pick up the win. The top five, McGlynn, Graham, McNicol, Cathcart and Brent Wheller came home fifth.
That brought to a close the race program for this night. Please join us Saturday, May 20th. The Grisdale Late Models make their 2017 debut and are joined by the Klotz Auto Repair and Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks, the Ray’s Auto Centre & Towing Super Stocks, the Pure Stocks, the Pro Four Modifieds and the season debut of the Lucas Oil Canadian Vintage Modifieds. Pits open at 3pm, front gates open at 5pm and racing starts at 6pm.
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Thanks to Derek Smith of www.racepulse.com for the great photos and to Ingrid Hartman for the exciting videos. Follow at petalpower51 on you tube for tons of exciting videos!
 
Results
Pure Stock Feature #1 :
#26 Wayde Thorne, #90 Andy Wheller (DQ), #16 Mark Thorne, #10 Courtney Scott, #31 Brandon McFerran, #83 Eric Crow, #78 Clinton Kerkhof, #32 Gillian Hils, #14 Elijah Hawrylyshyn, #23 Kody Moir, #61 Paul Ditner, #3 Rob Shaw, #50 Ross Winters Jr. (NF), #13 Matt Fraser (NF)
Pure Stock Feature #2 : #26 Wayde Thorne, #31 Brandon McFerran, #78 Clinton Kerkhof, #90 Andy Wheller, #16 Mark Thorne, #10 Courtney Scott, #50 Ross Winters Jr., #32 Gillian Hils, #14 Elijah Hawrylyshyn, #83 Eric Crow, #3 Rob Shaw, #23 Kody Moir, #13 Matt Fraser, #61 Paul Ditner (NF)
 
Mini Stock Feature #1: #03 Jake Gilbert, #71 Russ Aicken, #76 Shawn Taylor, #88 Jake Watson, #61 Allie Ditner, #07 Michael Kenny, #84 David Gallinger, #72 Rich Schwartzenberg, #42 Rick Robinson, #7 Matt Young, #77 Mike Hooper, #45 Kaitlyn Wallace, #22 Rodney Rutherford, #24 Blair Mayhew, #55 Taylor Thring, #5 Jonathan Ayrton, #79 Kyle Istead (NF), #21 Tyler Ward (NS)
Mini Stock Feature #2 : #71 Russ Aicken, #88 Jake Watson, #84 David Gallinger, #61 Allie Ditner, #72 Rich Schwartzenberg, #07 Michael Kenny, #76 Shawn Taylor, #7 Matt Young, #42 Rick Robinson, #77 Mike Hooper, #55 Taylor Thring, #24 Blair Mayhew, #5 Jonathan Ayrton, #45 Kaitlyn Wallace, #22 Rodney Rutherford, #03 Jake Gilbert (NF), #21 Tyler Ward (NF), #79 Kyle Istead (NS)
Ontario Pro Challenge Heat #1 : #8 Peter Hattin, #88 Tim Norris, #83 Tim Batty, #38 Kyle Batty, #16 Rick Seeley, #33 Bryan Stevanus, #00 Ken Lillycrop, #3 Dean Pronovost, #68 Mike Johnson
Ontario Pro Challenge Heat #2 : #16 Rick Seeley, #00 Ken Lillycrop, #88 Tim Norris, #38 Tim Batty, #68 Mike Johnson, #83 Tim Batty, #8 Peter Hattin, #33 Bryan Stevanus, #3 Dean Pronovost
Ontario Pro Challenge Feature : #88 Tim Norris, #38 Kyle Batty, #16 Rick Seeley, #00 Ken Lillycrop, #8 Peter Hattin, #33 Bryan Stevanus, #83 Tim Batty, #68 Mike Johnson, #3 Dean Pronovost
Can Am Midget Heat #1 : #50 Adrian Stahle, #94 Ryan Fraser, #44 Barry Dunn, #48 Darren McLennan, #26 Luc Munsie, #7 Jeff Blackburn (NS)
Can Am Midget Heat #2 : #20 Adam Racine, #40 Mack Deman, #2 Steve Murdock, #12 Darren Dryden, #55 Cory Whittam, #49 Dominique Smith
Can Am Midget Feature : #20 Adam Racine, #40 Mack Deman, #94 Ryan Fraser, #50 Adrian Stahle, #12 Darren Dryden, #44 Barry Dunn, #2 Steve Murdock, #48 Darren McLennan, #55 Cory Whittam, #7 Jeff Blackburn, #49 Dominique Smith, #26 Luc Munsie
LOSC Time Trials : #18 Chad McGlynn 16.251, #77 Alvin McNicol 16.392, #14 Brandt Graham 16.479, #40 Donny Beatty 16.692, #48 Doug Cathcart 16.722, #51 Kevin Gallant 16.748, #43 Bob Merrifield 17.040, #63 Carson Nagy 17.122, #19 Kevin Trevellin 17.394, #61 Brent Wheller 17.446, #88 Scott McPhail (NT)
 
LOSC Feature : #18 Chad McGlynn, #14 Brandt Graham, #77 Alvin McNicol, #48 Doug Cathcart, #61 Brent Wheller, #40 Donny Beatty, #63 Carson Nagy, #43 Bob Merrifield, #19 Kevin Trevellin, #51 Kevin Gallant (NF), #88 Scott McPhail (NF)

SATURDAY MAY 13TH, FLAMBORO SPEEDWAY PRESENTS THE LUCAS OIL SPORTSMAN SERIES. 100 LAPS FOR THE LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN PLUS MINI STOCKS,PURE STOCKS,CAN-AM MIDGETS AND THE PRO-CHALLENGE CARS. PIT GATES OPEN AT 3P.M., FRONT GATES OPEN AT 5, TIME TRIALS START AT 6, RACING TO FOLLOW.

FRONT GATE ADMISSION
ADULTS – $20.00
SENIORS 65 AND OLDER – $17.00
YOUTHS 13-16 – $17.00
CHILDREN 6-12 – $3.00
FAMILY TICKET – $43.00 WHICH INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN TO 12 YEARS OLD.
*HST IS INCLUDED*

PIT GATE ADMISSION
NON-MEMBERS – $35.00
MEMBERS – $30.00
2017 PIT MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PIT GATE ENTRANCE ONLY FOR $25.00 WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO A $5.00 DISCOUNT EVERY NIGHT OF RACING INCLUDING ALL SPECIALS.

IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT JOHN AT 905-659-3042.

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DUE TO THE WEEKEND FORECAST OF HEAVY RAIN AND COLD TEMPERATURES, SATURDAY MAY 6TH RACING HAS BEEN CANCELLED. THIS RACE WILL BE RESCHEDULED LATER ON THIS SEASON.

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PLEASE JOIN US NEXT WEEK, MAY 13TH FOR THE LUCAS OIL LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN SERIES. 100 LAPS LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN, MINI STOCKS, PURE STOCKS, CAN-AM MIDGETS AND PRO CHALLENGE CARS. PITS OPEN AT 3, FRONT GATES OPEN AT 5, TIME TRIALS START AT 6 P.M. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT JOHN AT 905-659-3042