When Davey Terry started the season with the OSCAAR Modifieds, there were a lot of questions of how the rookie would do.
When the checkered flag dropped at Homestead officially closing the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, the season of change for David Ragan began on, as well as off, the track.
First it was a party, cake and a fast lap around the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, where Rachel Gilbert drove the pace car.
Growing up in New Mexico isn't the greatest home state when chasing a NASCAR career, however, Jamie Dick is one of the uncommon racers who has advanced through the racing ranks and become a well-know driver despite growing up in a non-racing environment.
Going in Toronto, Mark Dilley is looking for the season to turn around as so far the best finish for the No. 9 Rheem/PartSource Dodge team is a fifth place finish at Circuit ICAR.
This past weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsports, Jason White started off the weekend looking for speed, though got better as the weekend went on. He qualified in the 26th position and said as the race went on, the car got better and he came home with a 17th place finish.
Last year when Scott Dixon headed into the Honda Indy Toronto, he was set at trying to get himself back into the championship picture. The New Zealand native did just that, as he was able to claim the victory in both races as part of the double header weekend.
With three road/street course podium finishes, it's no secret that Graham Rahal is entering this weekend with confidence on his side. That confidence offers Rahal not only a boost for himself, but a boost for the entire Rahal Letterman Lanigan race team.
Last year, Gary McLean had an OSCAAR season to remember, winning the first ever OSCAAR Modified Championship with eight victories in 12 starts. McLean had only one finish outside of the top five, which came at Sauble Speedway after suffering a flat tire early in the race and then contact later on.
For the first time in her racing career, Erica Thiering is going to run the full NASCAR Canadian Tire Series schedule. The Alberta native announced earlier in the off-season that she has joined Canada’s Best Racing Team in 2015 as a teammate to Joey McColm.