On Sunday, 31 mini stocks took to Kawartha Speedway for the first round of the Mini Stock Nationals, hosted by OSCAAR. In the end, it was Andy Kamrath picking up the victory to solidify his name in Mini Stock record books. It marks Kamrath’s second big invitational win this season after winning the Spring Derby in May at Sunset Speedway.
Steckly brought his 22 Racing/Canadian Tire Dodge to Autodrome St. Eustache with one thing in mind and that was to get their first win of 2014. He did that by winning in a dominant way and continued his string of top finishes at this .4 mile flat oval. In six starts at Autodrome St. Eustache, Steckly has not finished outside the top four, with four wins, a second and a fourth place finish.
Andretti Autosport announced earlier this week that Frank Montagny will drive the No. 26 Honda-powered car for the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis on May 10th.
Like a wrinkled grocery list after a day at the store, Jason Meyers scratched off his racing goals one by one over the last decade. The two-time defending World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series champion had accomplished nearly everything and anything he set his sights on before hanging up his racing suit in the off season, choosing to focus on his family rather than chasing sprint car races across the country.
Following a season that has been highlighted by three trips to victory lane - including a sweep of both east coast events - Scott Steckly now heads into the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series season finale, the Pinty's 250 at Kawartha Speedway, with a nine point advantage over Jason Hathaway and Andrew Ranger.
INDYCAR officials have fined driver Sebastian Saavedra $10,000 and placed him on probation through the Indianapolis 500 on May 25 for actions during the April 13 Verizon IndyCar Seres race in Long Beach.
A new calendar year also brings a new season for Corvette Racing in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. It all begins this weekend at the annual Roar Before the 24, which serves as a prelude to the Rolex 24 At Daytona and opening round of the IMSA season.
Ryan Briscoe capitalized on a great opportunity Sunday afternoon at Infineon Raceway to earn his first win in over two years. Will Power dominated the first half of the race, but on lap 64, things went amiss.
Brandon Watson would start off exactly where he left off as he would the victory in the Lucie Alywin Memorial 50 presented by North Toronto Auctions after leading from the pole.