The first ever Home & Home series in Ontario created this winter by our home track Sunset Speedway and the very popular Sauble Speedway. These tracks are two hours apart, but the results were impressive with huge car count in all classes.
Lauren wasn’t running her Quaker State Go Cart this weekend, but she kept busy helping us in the pits where she could. There were full field in both the Mini Stock and Late Model classes, with 26 cars starting in each feature.
There was standing room only by the time the feature races started. Sauble Speedway is located near Sauble Beach and attracts big crowds in the summer.
The feature races were 30 laps for Late Models and 25 for Mini Stox. Gehrig raced very hard working his way to 12th. This was his first time racing on Sauble Speedway and he did very well in the highly competitive field.
Late Models had an incredible field of very competitive drivers. There were over 14 Champions in the field, it was a hard fought and very close race. We were in a pack of cars from 6th to 18th. At the checker, the Quaker State Impala crossed the line in 12th place.
Our next race is this coming Saturday night at Sunset Speedway. Our car had been running consistent, and with the very competitive fields we compete against, a good starting spot would surely help our efforts to bring home a strong finish. We are hoping for a good night, perhaps claiming our first win, but a top five would be good for our hard working dedicated team.
There is still room to book your son or daughter for the SU Sports Camp from July 16th to 19th, followed by Family Faith Night at the track July 20th. The Quaker State car will be there giving a daily race car seminar, hope your children can make it…sign up now….Go Cart rides as well :)