2017 Results

WESTBROOK, TURKEY, DINNING, CRUMBIE & HILS CLAIM FIRST WINS OF 2017

By Clayton Johns

OHSWEKEN, Ont. – June 9, 2017 – A total of 126 drivers signed in for competition at Ohsweken Speedway on Rochester Knighthawks and McDonald’s of Paris and Brantford night. The Patriot Sprint Tour versus the Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars headlined the show and Dylan Westbrook went to victory lane. Aaron Turkey, Ryan Dinning, Dave Crumbie and Gillian Hils also went to Lucas Oil Victory Lane.

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Ohsweken Speedway Race Report
Friday, June 9, 2017
Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
Patriot Sprint Tour
Presented by Rochester Knighthawks and McDonald’s Restaurants of Paris & Brantford
Total Entries – 126

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Patriot Sprint Tour vs. Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (20 entries)
Mitch Brown and Dylan Westbrook brought the field to the green flag for the 25-lap main event. Westbrook used the outside lane against the cushion to jump to an early lead. Fourth-starting Bryan Howland also used the outside lane to quickly jump ahead to second.

The only caution of the race came on lap six when Stan Zanchin spun his No.27z in the middle of turn two, which erased Westbrook’s 1.1-second advantage. On the restart, Westbrook’s slow pace managed to keep Howland at bay while Jared Zimbardi jumped past Brown into third.

Westbrook continued to lead at the halfway mark on lap 13, but one lap later bobbled in turn three, which allowed Howland to draw to his back bumper as the top pair worked into traffic. Howland made several advances to try and take the lead from Westbrook, but couldn’t gain enough momentum to try a slide job. Westbrook held the top lane and drove to his first career Patriot Sprint Tour win over Howland and Zimbardi. It was also Westbrook’s fifth career win at Ohsweken.

“We got a really good starting spot,” Westbrook said. “We tightened up the car a bunch and then got a good start and got out front. After the caution, it seemed (Howland) and (Zimbardi) were right behind me, so I knew I had to pick it up a little bit. I kept running my line, got around some lapped traffic and ended up getting the win.”

Westbrook’s win snapped a three-race win streak in the event for Zimbardi. Brown, Howland and Glenn Styres won qualifying heats while Jake Brown won the Evingham Excavation Dash.

A-Feature (25 laps – No Time)
Finish. Number Name (Starting Position)
1. 47x Dylan Westbrook (2)
2. 51 Bryan Howland (4)
3. 35 Jared Zimbardi (6)
4. 10 Mitch Brown (1)
5. 49 Scott Kreutter (5)
6. 80 Chris Steele (11)
7. 01 Mikey Kruchka (10)
8. 14h Jim Huppunen (15)
9. 97 Cory Turner (7)
10. 38 Tyler Hendricks (3)
11. 1-10 Jake Brown (9)
12. 91 Ryan Turner (17)
13. 9 Steve Lyons (19)
14. 0 Glenn Styres (8)
15. 11 Jamie Turner (18)
16. 6 Curtis Gartly (13)
17. 2 Lee Winger (12)
18. 21j John Burbridge Jr. (16)
19. 27z Stan Zanchin (14)
DNS. 22 Shawn Sliter
A-Feature Lap Leaders – Dylan Westbrook 1-25
Hard Charger – Jim Huppunen (+7 – 15th to 8th)

Lucas Oil Products Heat Race No.1 (8 laps – No Time)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 10 Mitch Brown – Brantford, ON (1); 2. 35 Jared Zimbardi – Bradford, PA (6); 3. 38 Tyler Hendricks – Pain Court, ON (3); 4. 27z Stan Zanchin – Fort Erie, ON (2); 5. 01 Mikey Kruchka – Hamilton, ON (4); 6. 80 Chris Steele – St.Catharines, ON (7); 7. 9 Steve Lyons – Carlisle, ON (5).

Creative Edge Signs & Graphics Heat Race No.2 (8 laps – 1:54.042)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 51 Bryan Howland – Auburn, NY (1); 2. 97 Cory Turner – Caistor Centre, ON (2); 3. 49 Scott Kreutter – Alden, NY (5); 4. 1-10 Jake Brown – Brantford, ON (4); 5. 14h Jim Huppunen – Fenwick, ON (3); 6. 91 Ryan Turner – Caistor Centre, ON (6); 7. 11 Jamie Turner – Caistor Centre, ON (7).

O’Neil’s Farm Equipment Heat Race No.3 (8 laps – No Time)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 0 Glenn Styres – Ohsweken, ON (2); 2. 47x Dylan Westbrook – Scotland, ON (5); 3. 2 Lee Winger – Mount Hope, ON (3); 4. 6 Curtis Gartly – Thamsford, ON (4); 5. 21J John Burbridge Jr. – St. Williams, ON (1); DNS. 22 Shawn Sliter – St. Catharine’s, ON.

Evingham Site Excavation Dash (4 Laps – 0:59.596)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 1-10 Jake Brown (3); 2. 01 Mikey Kruchka (5); 3. 80 Chris Steele (6); 4. 2 Lee Winger (1); 5. 6 Curtis Gartly – (2); 6. 27z Stan Zanchin – (4).

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Strickland’s GMC Crate Sprint Cars (28 entries)
Jesse Costa and Jerry Hill brought the full 20-car field to the green flag for the 20-lap Strickland’s GMC Crate Sprint Car 20-lap feature. Hill led the opening two laps before the first caution of the race waved. Hill held the lead, but couldn’t maintain it on the next restart at lap three when his teammate Shone Evans drove to the front in his No.87x.

The race struggled to stay at speed with a flurry of cautions through the middle of the race, but Evans distanced himself from the field during a green flag run from lap six to lap 10. However, Evans was forced to deal with Aaron Turkey on a lap 13 restart. Turkey ran the outside lane and used his momentum off turn four to take the lead on lap 14. Turkey battled with Evans until the No.87x rolled on his side at lap 16 following contact with Holly Porter in turn two.

The final restart of the race came on lap 17 when Josh Shantz tried to become the fourth leader of the race. Shantz through a perfect slide job on Turkey in turns one and two on lap 18 to take the lead for about 30 feet at the exit of turn two. Turkey, however, turned back underneath Shantz and drove away to his first victory since 2015.

“It did really feel good to be back on the high side and actually have full power and be able to put it where I wanted it,” Turkey said. “The front end started to push a little bit, so I was dragging the brake trying to get it to turn, but it was rotating really nicely (through the corner).”

Mike Thorne, Jesse Costa and Shantz won the Crate Sprint Car qualifying heats and Conor Mahoney won the B-Main.

A-Feature (20 laps – No Time)
Finish. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 68 Aaron Turkey (10)
2. 18 Josh Shantz (7)
3. 88 Jesse McDonald (4)
4. 49h Jerry Hill (2)
5. 4 Mack DeMan (8)
6. 55 Mike Thorne (5)
7. 43h Ryan Hunsinger (9)
8. 88h Josh Hansen (13)
9. 8 Hannah Ferrell (14)
10. 5c Conor Mahoney (16)
11. 51 Trevor Young (15)
12. 10 Lofton Schuts (17)
13. 1 Holly Porter (6)
14. 9 Paul Ballantyne (19)
15. 87x Shone Evans (3)
16. 52 Jesse Costa (1)
17. 5d Jacob Dykstra (18)
18. 5 DJ Christie (12)
19. DNF 9c Brian Nanticoke (20)
20. DNF 15 Dan Nanticoke (11)
A-Feature Lap Leaders – Jerry Hill 1-3, Shone Evans 4-13, Aaron Turkey 14-20
Hard Charger – 68 Aaron Turkey (+9 – 10th to 1st)

Lucas Oil Products Heat Race No.1 (6 laps – 1:36.776)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 55 Mike Thorne – Caledonia, ON (2); 2. 4 Mack DeMan – Mississauga, ON (5); 3. 43h Ryan Hunsinger – Stouffville, ON (3); 4. 8 Hannah Ferrell – Vanessa, ON (1); 5. 88h Josh Hansen – Beamsville, ON (8); 6. 10 Lofton Schuts – Oakland, ON (7); 7. 8h Matt Hill (6); 8. 6m Eric McGlone – Union, ON (4); 9. 5d Jacob Dykstra – Port Colborne, ON (9).

Klotz Automotive Heat Race No.2 (6 laps – 1:39.465)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 52 Jesse Costa – St. Thomas, ON (1); 2. 87x Shone Evans – Scotland, ON (7); 3. 88 Jesse McDonald – Caledonia, ON (5); 4. 1 Holly Porter – Delhi, ON (8); 5. 51 Trevor Young – Ancaster, ON (6); 6. 3 AJ Lewis – Stoney Creek, ON (9); 7. 9 Paul Ballantyne – Brantford, ON (2); 8. 5c Conor Mahoney – Waterdown, ON (4); 9. 04x Michael Bell – Hagersville, ON (3).

Creative Edge Signs & Graphics Heat Race No.3 (6 laps – 1:35.388)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 18 Josh Shantz – St. Agatha, ON (3); 2. 49h Jerry Hill – Hagersville, ON (1); 3. 68 Aaron Turkey – Ohsweken, ON (2); 4. 15 Dan Nanticoke – Ohsweken, ON (5); 5. 5 DJ Christie – Beachville, ON (7); 6. 22 Al Giletta Jr. – St. Catharine’s, ON (4); 7. 9c Brian Nanticoke – Ohsweken, ON (9); 8. 29 Liam Martin – Hamilton, ON (6); 9. 44 Cody Day – Courtland, ON (8); 10. 19 Brandon Murrell – Gores Landing, ON (10).

B-Feature (8 laps – No Time)
Finish. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 5c Conor Mahoney (3); 2. 10 Lofton Schuts (4); 3. 5d Jacob Dykstra (10); 4. 9 Paul Ballantyne (1); 5. 9c Brian Nanticoke (8); 6. 3 AJ Lewis (7); 7. 44 Cody Day (12); 8. 19 Brandon Murrell (5); 9. 29 Liam Martin (11); 10. 22 Al Giletta Jr. (6); 11. 8h Matt Hill (9); 12. 04x Michael Bell (2); DNS. 6m Eric McGlone.

Ackland Insurance “Top Gun” Award ($100): Shone Evans

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Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks (23 entries)
Kacey Huffman and Logan Shwedyk brought the field to the green flag for the 20-lap Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stock feature. Shwedyk jumped to an early lead, but had his advantage erased on lap two by the first of two red flags when Rob Hoskins No.37x rolled upside down on the frontstretch with Jim Lampman’s No.28 coming to rest on top. Both drivers were okay and Lampman was able to continue.

On the ensuing restart, Ryan Dinning was the big mover, racing past Shwedyk to the lead after starting 12th. Dinning grew his lead to a half straightaway over Shawn Chenoweth’s No.89c at the halfway mark, but a lap 13 caution took it away. It took three tries to restart the race after Nick Liverance rolled his No.911L on the frontstretch to bring out a second red flag.

When the race got back to speed, Dave Bailey drove from fourth to second to battle Dinning for the lead. Dinning, however, was the class of the field and held off Bailey for his first victory of the season.

“All I knew of that race was that I just wanted to get out of there,” Dinning said. “I didn’t want to be anywhere near Bailey when he caught up to me. I knew he was coming.”

Bryce Richardson, Dinning and Bailey won the Thunder Stock qualifying heats.

A-Feature (20 laps – No Time)
Finish. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 8 Ryan Dinning (12)
2. 49 Dave Bailey (21)
3. 25 Ken Sargent (17)
4. 84rk Ryan Beagle (8)
5. 28 Jim Lampman (20)
6. 53 Logan Shwedyk (2)
7. 23 Trevor DeBoer (14)
8. 89c Shawn Chenoweth (16)
9. 11r Bryce Richardson (7)
10. 1 Chris Dickie (11)
11. 56 Derek Lemyre (19)
12. 24 Blake Bomberry Jr. (9)
13. 77 Brett Rodwell (23)
14. 79 Christopher Hale (22)
15. 40 Jay Liverance (3)
16. DNF – 13x Craig White (10)
17. DNF – 7 Jason Lungaro (6)
18. DNF – 81 Karl Sault (15)
19. DNF – 13 Kacey Huffman (1)
20. DNF – 911L Nick Liverance (5)
21. DNF – 119 Shaun Quinn (18)
22. DNF – 37h Rob Hoskins (13)
DNS. 38 Terry Martin (4)
A-Feature Lap Leaders – Logan Shwedyk 1, Ryan Dinning 2-20
Hard Charger – 49 Dave Bailey (+19 – 21st to 2nd)

Lucas Oil Products Heat Race No.1 (8 laps – 2:47.883)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 11r Bryce Richardson – Port Colborne, ON (8); 2. 13 Kacey Huffman – Brantford, ON (1); 3. 53 Logan Shwedyk – Jerseyville, ON (3); 4. 7 Jason Lungaro – Hagersville, ON (7); 5. 911L Nick Liverance – Brantford, ON (6); 6. 40 Jay Liverance – Brantford, ON (4); 7. 38 Terry Martin – Ohsweken, ON (5); DQ. 77 Brett Rodwell – Mount Hope, ON (2);

Caledonia Auto Supply Heat Race No.2 (8 laps – 2:45.838)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 8 Ryan Dinning – Caledonia, ON (5); 2. 84rk Ryan Beagle – Vittoria, ON (1); 3. 23 Trevor DeBoer – Hagersville, ON (8); 4. 24 Blake Bomberry Jr. – Hagersville, ON (2); 5. 37h Rob Hoskins – Harley, ON (7); 6. 13x Craig White – Ohsweken, ON (3); 7. DNF – 1 Chris Dickie – Brantford, ON (4); 8. DNF – 79 Christopher Hale – Guelph, ON (6).

Miska Trailer Factory Heat Race No.3 (8 laps – NT)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 49 Dave Bailey – Hagersville, ON (7); 2. 28 Jim Lampman – Caistor Centre, ON (6); 3. 89c Shawn Chenoweth – Plattsville, ON (2); 4. 25 Ken Sargent – Port Colborne, ON (3); 5. 81 Karl Sault – Dundas, ON (1); 6. 56 Derek Lemyre – Hamilton, ON (5); 7. 119 Shaun Quinn – Caledonia, ON (4).

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HRW Automotive Mini Stocks (35 entries)
Dave Goodacre and Martin Schroeder started on the front row for the 15-lap HRW Automotive Mini Stock Feature. Schroeder took an early lead ahead of Dave Crumbie and Jeremy May, but was reeled in by a lap three caution. The restart gave Crumbie the track position he needed to track down Schroeder.

At the lap eight halfway mark, Crumbie took to the inside line to battle Schroeder for the lead as the two driver battled side-by-side for the top spot. Crumbie edged ahead by a nose to lead lap nine, but only pulled away by a car length. Over the final three laps, Crumbie distanced himself from Schroeder, who was left to battle point leader Mark Bazuin for second. Crumbie drove away to his first career victory on dirt and at Ohsweken over Bazuin and Schroeder.

Schroeder, Rob Twitchett and Bazuin won qualifying heats while Jon Janssens won the B-Main.

A-Feature (15 laps – No Time)
Finish. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 63c Dave Crumbie (5)
2. 21x Mark Bazuin (21)
3. 60x Martin Schroeder (2)
4. 63 Brandon Crumbie (14)
5. 9 Tim DeBoer (16)
6. 69 Rob Twitchett (8)
7. 66 Jon Janssens (22)
8. 4 Aaron Rewutzsky (18)
9. 19 Kyle Wert (17)
10. 66x Brandon Janssens (20)
11. 16 Fabio Olivieri (13)
12. 2 Matt Nuell (24)
13. 4w Wayde Thorne (19)
14. 6x Mike Sarantakos (9)
15. 21 Jonathan Ayrton (15)
16. 23 Dusty DeBoer (4)
17. 96 Brian Crosgrove (25)
18. 6 Jason Dixon (6)
19. 8 Barry Westman (28)
20. 05 Dave Goodacre (1)
21. DNF – 16j Jeremy May (3)
22. DNF – 13 Bobby Tolton (11)
23. 64 Doug Erskine (10)
24. DNF – 222 Nick Masi (23)
25. DNF – 79 Steve Miller (12)
26. DNF – 49 Gary Hodgson (26)
27. DNF – 11p Patrick Abrahamsson (27)
DQ. 29x Davey Boughton (7)
A-Feature Lap Leaders – Martin Schroeder 1-8, Dave Crumbie 9-15
Hard Charger – 21x Mark Bazuin (+19 – 21st to 2nd)

Lucas Oil Products Heat Race No.1 (6 laps – 2:20.781)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 60 Martin Schroeder – Beachville, ON (5); 2. 29x Davey Boughton – Carlisle, ON (12); 3. 23 Dusty DeBoer – Hagersville, ON (7); 4. 05 Dave Goodacre – Brantford, ON (2); 5. 63c Dave Crumbie – Beeton, ON (10); 6. 16j Jeremy May – Hamilton, ON (6); 7. 6 Jason Dixon – Brantford, ON (11); 8. 17 Michael Taylor – Hamilton, ON (4); 9. 17k Kaleah Syms – Brantford, ON (9); 10. 61 Shawn Snake – Moraviantown, ON (1); 11. DNF – 26 Tim Nuell – Hagersville, ON (8); 12. DNF – 13m Daniel McKay – Thorold, ON (3).

Caledonia Auto Supply Heat Race No.2 (6 laps – 2:17.374)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 69 Rob Twitchett – Dundas, ON (1); 2. 63 Brandon Crumbie – Cookstown, ON (12); 3. 13 Bobby Tolton – Guelph, ON (7); 4. 64 Doug Erskine – Hamilton, ON (6); 5. 16 Fabio Olivieri – Hamilton, ON (10); 6. 6x Mike Sarantakos – Smithville, ON (3); 7. 79 Steve Miller – Paris, ON (8); 8. 8 Barry Westman – Aylmer, ON (11); 9. 54 Chris French – Stratford, ON (4); 10. 96 Brian Crosgrove – Hamilton, ON (2); 11. 49 Gary Hodgson – London, ON (5); 12. DNF – 222 Nick Masi – Fenwick, ON (9).

Miska Trailer Factory Heat Race No.3 (6 laps – 2:16.246)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 21x Mark Bazuin – Caledonia, ON (10); 2. 21 Jonathan Ayrton – Dundas, ON (2); 3. 9 Tim DeBoer – Caledonia, ON (3); 4. 19 Kyle Wert – Ancaster, ON (4); 5. 4 Aaron Rewutzsky – Simcoe, ON (5); 6. 4w Wayde Thorne – Waterford, ON (7); 7. 66x Brandon Janssens – Woodstock, ON (8); 8. 2 Matt Nuell – Hamilton, ON (6); 9. 66 Jon Janssens – Woodstock, ON (9); 10. 11 Mike Giberson – Caledonia, ON (1); 11. 11p Patrick Abrahamsson – Dundas, ON (11).

B-Feature (8 laps – 3:01.909 NTR)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 66 Jon Janssens (13); 2. 222 Nick Masi (9); 3. 2 Matt Nuell (12); 4. 96 Brian Crosgrove (6); 5. 49 Gary Hodgson (8); 6. 11p Patrick Abrahamsson (15); 7. 8 Barry Westman (10); 8. 11 Mike Giberson (11); 9. 54 Chris French (7); 10. 17 Michael Taylor (3); 11. 17k Kaleah Syms (5); 12. DNF – 26 Tim Nuell (4); 13. DNF – 13m Daniel McKay (2); DNS. 61 Shawn Snake (1).

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Gale’s Auto Aftermarket Bombers (20 entries)
Cody Sommerville and Zach Buchwald started on the front row for the Gale’s Auto Aftermarket Bomber feature. Sommerville jumped out to the early lead ahead of third-starting Alex Maas. However, it was the 10th starter, Gillian Hils who used the outside lane to roll to the second spot on lap four. Hils then used the same top groove to drive past Sommerville for the lead on lap five.

Hils had to work for the win as a pair of cautions on lap eight and lap 11 gave the rest of the field a chance to steal back the top spot, but Hils was too strong and drove away to her first victory of the season ahead of Maas and Paul Longboat.

Lucas Smith and Alex Maas won the qualifying heats.

A-Feature (12 laps)
Finish. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 32 Gillian Hils (10)
2. 3 Alex Maas (3)
3. 188 Paul Longboat (16)
4. 49L Lucas Smith (19)
5. 86 Zach Buchwald (6)
6. 78 Aidan Nigh (8)
7. 37 Jake Maas (15)
8. 14 Jerry Burnham (18)
9. 177 Tim Jamieson (9)
10. 01 Tristan Da Silva (13)
11. 01x Ben Ryma (20)
12. 6e Enya Robinson (7)
13. 155 Dustin Longboat (17)
14. 21j Jennifer McCollum (5)
15. 22b Brooke Nelson (2)
16. DNF – 517 Cody Sommerville (1)
17. DNF – 37x Eric Maas (4)
18. DNF – 76 Ben Buchwald (11)
19. DNF -22A Ashley Nelson (14)
DQ. 01p Adam Plazek (12)

Lucas Oil Products Heat Race No.1 (6 laps)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 3 Alex Maas – Cambridge, ON (4); 2. 32 Gillian Hils – Dundas, ON (9); 3. 517 Cody Sommerville – Hagersville, ON (1); 4. 78 Aidan Nigh – Simcoe, ON (7); 5. 22B Brooke Nelson – Hamilton, ON (2); 6. 86 Zach Buchwald – Simcoe, ON (6); 7. 177 Tim Jamieson – Ohsweken, ON (8); 8. 6e Enya Robinson – Rockton, ON (10); 9. 21j Jennifer McCollum – York, ON (5); DNS. 37e Eric Maas – Cambridge, ON (3).

Caledonia Auto Supply Heat Race No.2 (6 laps)
Finish. # Name, Hometown (Starting Position)
1. 49L Lucas Smith – Ohsweken, ON (9); 2. 01P Adam Plazek – Caistor Centre, ON (2); 3. 76 Ben Nuchwald – Wilsonville, ON (1); 4. 155 Dustin Longboat – Ohsweken, ON (7); 5. 188 Paul Longboat – Ohsweken, ON (6); 6. 14 Jerry Burnham – Ohsweken, ON (8); 7. 37 Jake Maas – Cambridge, ON (5); 8. 01 Tristan Da Silva – Burlington, ON (3); 9. 22a Ashley Nelson – Hamilton, ON (4); 10. 01x Ben Ryma – Caledonia, ON (10).

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Up Next at Ohsweken Speedway
Ohsweken Speedway returns to action on Friday, June 16 for Wall of Fame and Kids Race for Canadian National Autism Foundation night presented by Core-Mark International. Jim Cochrane, Clinton Geoffrey Kruchka, Gale Hill, Tom Huppunen and Adam Ross will be inducted into Ohsweken’s Wall of Fame. All five Ohsweken weekly divisions are in action as well as the Pro 4 Trucks. Race time is 7:30pm. Adult admission is just $14. Additional event information is available at www.ohswekenspeedway.com.

–Kool Kidz-Corr/Pak 360 Sprint Cars (20 Laps)
– Strickland’s GMC Crate Sprint Cars (20 Laps)
– Middleport Mechanical Thunder Stocks (20 Laps)
– HRW Automotive Mini Stocks (15 Laps)
– Gale’s Auto Aftermarket Bombers (12 Laps)
– Pro 4 Trucks (15 Laps)
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Tickets Available Now
Advanced reserved seating tickets are on sale now for all of Ohsweken Speedway’s 2017 major events, including the Northern Summer Nationals on July 24 and the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series Six Nations Showdown on July 25 both featuring Kyle Larson and Rico Abreu, the Triple Crown Showdown featuring Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds on August 24, and the 13th annual Canadian Sprint Car Nationals on September 15-16 are on sale now! Visit www.ohswekenspeedway.ticketforce.com or call 519-717-0023 to order and for more information. For the full 2017 schedule of events, click here.

About the Rochester Knighthawks Lacrosse Club: A charter member of the National Lacrosse League, the Rochester Knighthawks lacrosse club is owned by Arrow Express Sports. For more information on the Rochester Knighthawks, visit www.Knighthawks.com.

About McDonald’s Restaurants of Brantford & Paris: McDonald’s restaurants have served the world some of its favourite food since 1955. McDonald’s is more than just your local restaurant. They’re hardworking small businessmen and women, students working part-time, seniors getting the most out of life, and volunteers lending time to make a difference in the communities they live and work in. McDonald’s locations in Brantford include 73 King George Road, 27 Stanley Street, 300 King George Road, and 299 Wayne Gretzky Parkway, while they’re also in Paris at 307 Grand River Street North. Grab a bite to eat on the way to the races, or visit the drive-thru on your way home. Visit www.McDonalds.ca for more information.

About Ohsweken Speedway: Founded in 1996, Ohsweken Speedway is a motorsports complex which includes a 3/8 (0.375) mile clay oval track. The facility is owned by the Styres family, and located in the village of Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada. Ohsweken’s weekly Friday night racing program runs from May to September each year, featuring 360 Sprint Cars, Crate Sprint Cars, Thunder Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bombers, while the season finishes each year with the annual Canadian Sprint Car Nationals. Ohsweken Speedway also hosts weekly Micro Sprint racing on Thursday nights, and has been a yearly stop on the World of Outlaws Sprint Car series schedule since 2007.

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Ohsweken Speedway thanks the following partners for their support in 2017: Arrow Express, Kool Kidz Ice & Water, Corr/Pak Merchandising Inc., Renway Energy, Case IH O’Neil’s Farm Equipment, Hoosier Tire Canada, EPIC Racewear, McDonald’s Restaurants of Paris & Brantford, Ackland Insurance, Strickland’s GMC, Lucas Oil, Burger Barn, Pinty’s Delicious Foods, Creative Edge Signs & Graphics, Insta-Insulation, Middleport Mechanical, HRW Automotive, and Gale’s Auto Aftermarket.

Photos courtesy Derek Smith / www.RacePulse.com

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