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MILLGROVE, Ontario — While it may be the month of sweethearts and love, Flamboro Speedway is prepared to bring the heat with an action-packed summer of racing.

The Millgrove, Ontario oval recently released their schedule for the fans, featuring weekly racing beginning on Saturday, May 4, all the way until Saturday, October 26. Those who have been attending the speedway for years will be happy to hear that the fan favourites remain on the schedule, like Meet The Drivers Night, and the Flamboro Memorial & Fan Appreciation Corn Roast Night.

The track’s core divisions are back on the calendar for 2024 – Pro Late Models, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Pure Stocks, each ready to offer their own dish of entertainment. With over 100 different competitors across the divisions last year, fans were thrilled by door-to-door side-by-racing racing on a weekly basis, producing several different feature winners.

Of note, the ever-popular Grisdale Triple Crown will once again be a feature statement on the schedule. The 2024 edition will see all three features run as part of Frostoberfest on Sunday, October 6.

The track has a history of putting on thrilling Enduros, as evident with the year-end Halloween Enduro each season. We’ve become used to everyone having fun and getting together to the end year off with excitement and entertainment, so why not do that a little earlier in the year? There are currently a pair of other Enduros on the schedule, including a Father’s Day schedule.

Although the core divisions always put on a show, the track is also proud to host several different touring divisions throughout 2024.

The APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour will make a pair of stops, with the first of those being scheduled for June 8, alongside the T.Q. Can-Am Midgets and Pure Stocks. The second event will then take place on July 13, with the Qwick Wick Super Stocks and Canadian Vintage Modifieds.

Other touring classes that will make an appearance in 2024 include the Just Foam It OSCAAR Modifieds, JRS Auctions OSCAAR Hot Rods, Ontario Pro Challenge Series, Ontario Modified Racing Series, Ontario Sportsman Series, and the Outlaw Midgets.

As has become tradition, Flamboro Speedway will once again have a big event during the year-end short track playoffs, with Frostoberfest, which is scheduled for October 5 and 6. The year-end event will have 13 features across 10 different classes, so it is bound to be packed with action from the drop of the initial green flag.

The 2024 schedule will then close out with the Halloween Enduro 250 on Saturday, October 26.

Be sure to keep up with the latest by following the speedway on Twitter at and Instagram at

By: Ashley McCubbin

ROCKTON, Ontario — Even though preparations are already in high gear for the 2024 campaign, there was still some left over business to attend to from 2023 season. This past Saturday January 27, all of the drivers and crews got together to celebrate the track champions and hand out some hardware.

With seven wins, 14 top-five’s, and an average finish of 2.0667, J.R. Fitzpatrick was able to take home the 2023 Grisdale Race Products Late Model Championship. Meanwhile, it was Scott Steckly picking up the honors in being the 2023 Grisdale Triple Crown Champion.

With 11 wins, 18 top-five’s, and an average finish of 1.722, Roy Wilkie was your 2023 Super Stock Champion.

A total of 15 wins and 21 top-five’s accumulating to an average finish of 2.43478 gave Mike Thomson the 2023 Klotz Auto Repair and Machine Shop Mini Stock Championship.

Phil Givens and Wayde Thorne shared the honor of the 2023 McClurkin Properties Cambridge Pure Stock Championship. Givens scored two wins and 12 top-five’s to an average finish of 4.5294, while Thorne picked up seven wins and 15 top-five’s to an average of 4.4737.

The 2023 Flamboro Speedway Memorial Night of Champions winners were also recognized, as well, as follows – Jordan Fidler (Pure Stock), Mike Thomson (Mini Stock), Shawn Chenoweth (Super Stock), J.R. Fitzpatrick (Late Model), Ricky Willigar (Canadian Vintage Modifieds), and Tim Norris (Ontario Pro Challenge Series). The group shared in a toast to those in the community we have lost over the past several years.

On top of the champions being honored for their accomplishments, there were several awards handed out.

Each division saw steady growth through the year with solid car counts throughout the season, including a couple first year competitors. Brady Cox took home Rookie of the Year Honors in the Pure Stocks, while Cole Quinton picked up the award for the Late Models. Both drivers were able to have success throughout the year in their respective divisions, with four top-five’s for Cox, and nine top-five’s for Quinton.

There were others who stood out simply by how their cars appeared on-track, and one driver per division was received recognition with the “Best Appearing Car” Award. The following drivers were the winners, with their division in the bracket that follows: Spencer Riddell (Pure Stock), Mike Thomson (Mini Stock), Roy Wilkie (Super Stock), and Cole Quinton (Late Model).

Another atmosphere that you always see walking through the pits is respect among competitors. There are some drivers, who stand out in that department, and each division was allowed to award their most sportsmanlike driver. The honors went to Nicole Givens (Pure Stock), Nikki King (Mini Stock), Roy Wilkie (Super Stock), and J.R. Fitzpatrick (Late Model).

Running up front weekly is everyone’s goal, and that was recognized at the banquet with each division seeing the drivers who held the most checkered flags receive a trophy of recognition. The following drivers were the winners, with their division in the bracket that follows: Phil Givens (Pure Stock), Mike Thomson (Mini Stock), Roy Wilkie (Super Stock), and J.R. Fitzpatrick (Late Model).

On the flip side, there were some drivers who battled adversity through the year with several tough occurrences. Those competitors were recognized for their perseverance with the Hard Luck Award. The following drivers were the winners, with their division in the bracket that follows: Brady Cox (Pure Stock) and Cole Quinton (Late Model).

The Perfect Attendance Award was given to the drivers that were able to run all of the nights scheduled for their division through the 2023 season.

With the banquet out of the way, the focus shifts entirely on the upcoming 2024 campaign as the full schedule was revealed at the banquet.

The full schedule, along with any other information you may inquire about, can be found on the track’s website at Be sure to keep up with the latest by following the speedway on Twitter at and Instagram at

By: Ashley McCubbin

MILLGROVE, Ontario --- In an Ontario Pro Challenge Series season where a single family has been dominating, Flamboro Speedway’s Memorial night became the scene of a pair of special wins for two drivers.

Ontario Pro Challenge

Bryan Stevanus took the lead with eight laps to go to win the first feature ahead of Emma Norris, Tim Norris, Ty Riopelle, and Travis Majuery. Mike Norris battled to sixth in front of Sterling Hattin, Jae Linde, Ethan Fleet, Mike O’Connell, and Tenli Pepin.

Travis Majuery got the lead on Lap 5, and did not look back to win the second feature, followed by Tim Norris, Mike Norris, Bryan Stevanus, and Emma Norris. Ethan Fleet led the opening four laps prior to placing sixth ahead of Sterling Hattin, Ty Riopelle, Mike O’Connell, Tenli Pepin, and Jay Linde.

Canadian Vintage Modifieds

Ricky Willigar led flag-to-flag to win the feature ahead of TJ Marshall, Mike Podd, Scott Tonelli, and Jae Pepin. Jeremy Barton ran sixth in front of Steve Murdoch, Jessie James, and Joey Woolsey.

Late Models

Points leader J.R. Fitzpatrick led flag-to-flag en route to scoring the checkered flag, while top qualifier Kevin Albers finished second ahead of Rick Burbridge, Cole Quinton, and Ty Cavallin. Billy Schwartzenburg’s return netted him sixth in front of Logan White, Steve Laking, and David Gallinger. Mark Burbridge failed to finish.

Super Stocks

Shawn Chenoweth took the lead on Lap 3, and did not look back en route to winning the feature ahead of Bailey Jacobs, Nick Troback, and Dave Evison. Roy Wilkie failed to finish.

Bailey Jacobs won their heat race.

Mini Stocks

Mike Thomson netted another win after leading flag-to-flag ahead of Shawn Taylor. Will Gibbons crossed the finish line in third, but was disqualified due to refusing post-race inspection. Karl Sault and Mike Gilmour rounded out the top-five in front of Michael Kenny, Cole Ecker, Mike Robinson Jr., Ryder White and Nikki King. Kaitlyn Wallace and Dave Goodacre failed to finish, while Tyler Lewis and Mark Grieve did not take the green flag.

Heat wins went to Shawn Taylor and Karl Sault.

Pure Stocks

Taking the lead on Lap 7, Jordan Willms led the rest of the way to win the Pure Stock feature ahead of Gary Slama, Spencer Riddell, Chase Mitchell, and Wayde Thorne. Phil Givens’ impressive season continued with a sixth in front of Courtney Scott, Leo Labarbera, Cam Thomson, and Brady Cox.

Mark Allan battled to an 11th-place finish, followed by Chance Rogers, Reece Bourgeois, Nicole Givens, Tyler Weale, Teagan Ellis, Joey Wilcox, Jamie Maudsley, and Megan Mitchell. Rachel Mitchell and Jeff Kells did not take the green flag.

Heat victories went to Cameron Thomson and Brady Cox.

The next event scheduled will take place on Saturday, September 16, featuring Championship Night for the Late Models and Super Stocks. It will be a busy night as the Southern Ontario Modified Association (SOMA), Mini Stocks and Pure Stocks will also be on-hand. There will also be spectator drags taking place at intermission.

Be sure to keep up with the latest by checking out Flamboro Speedway’s website at You can also keep up via your favorite social networking website by following the speedway on Twitter at and Instagram at Fans are encouraged to like the speedway’s Facebook page at

Report By: Ashley McCubbin

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