TODAY SUNDAY MAY 26TH

PITS OPEN AT 12 NOON

FRONT GATES OPEN AT 1

RACING STARTS AT 3 SHARP

*WE NOW ACCEPT VISA. MASTERCARD AND DEBIT AT ALL OUR TICKET BOOTHS*

FRONT GATE ADMISSIONS

ADULTS - $30.00

SENIORS/STUDENTS - $25.00

CHILDREN UNDER 12 - $5.00

FAMILY TICKET - $ 65.00  WHICH INCLUDES 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN TO 12 YEARS OLD

*HST IS INCLUDED*


PIT GATE ENTRANCE

N0N-MEMBERS - $45.00

MEMBERS - $35.00


PIT MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE  PIT GATE ENTRANCE ONLY FOR $100.00 WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO A $10.00 DISCOUNT EVERY NIGHT OF RACING INCLUDING ALL SPECIALS. 

A SEASON PASS IS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR $450.00.


IF YOU REQUIRE ANY FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT JOHN AT 905-659-3042 OR EMAIL US AT wendyann149@hotmail.com




Flamboro Speedway Track Pads 2019

Paid: Yes / NO

First Pad on Left entering the Pits

1 Hooper

2 Pendellberry

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12 Lewis

13 Will Gibbons

14 LaMont

15 Mercer

16 Younge

17 Sharpe

18 Crouteau

19 Kenny

20 Steckly

21 Gilbert

22 Forth

23 DiVenanzo

24 Albers

25 Jr. Fitzpatrick

26 Burbridge

27 Burbridge

28 Rodwell

29 Klotz

30 Klotz

31 Klotz

32 Millard

33 Packer

34 Pascetti

35 Paul Howse

36 Elloitt

North Of the Tech Shed

37 TECH

38 Aryton

39 Bodnar

40 Sault

41 Collison

42 Collison

43 Collison

44 LRR

45 LRR

46 LRR

47 Watson

48 Leo Labarbera

49 Gallinger

50 Adams

51 Wallace

52 Wallace

53 Nagy

54 Nagy

55 Thorne

56

57 Taylor

58 Miller

59 Randy Russnell

60 Spira

61 Spira

62 Spira

63 Dasilva

64 Gallant

65 Weller

66 Weller

67 Gamble

Row of Pads on Hill ( turn 3)

68 Chris Howse

69 Penny

70 Penny

71 Wendy Adams

72 Hawrylyshyn

73 Kells

74 Richardson

75

76

77

78

79

80

81

82 Istead

83

84

Row Of Pads Right Hand side (Entering Pits)

85 Hodgkinson

86 Hodgkinson

87 Morris

88 Mark Lucas

89

90

91

92

93 Westwood


Pads that are paid for will be your pad for the year.

Pad One starts on right hand side as you enter the pits. Pads that are PAID for will be your pad for the year. Except on Special Events (ie: Grisdale Triple Crowns, APC.) You will be given a pad to replace for that Night. Thank you for Your understanding.

The season is in full swing at Flamboro Speedway as the third night of competition saw the car counts continue to grow, with the competition growing that much closer.

Canadian Vintage Modifieds

Mike Podd opened the night by scoring his second feature victory of the season ahead of TJ Marshall, Rodney Rutherford, Brian Atkinson, and Jeremy Barton. Steve Trendell finished sixth, followed by Amanda Stoner and Mark Klotz, while Ian McIntyre failed to finish.


Jeremy Barton used a bump-and-run to score his first career feature victory in the second event ahead of Steve Trendell, TJ Marshall, Mike Podd, and Rodney Rutherford. Brian Atkinson finished sixth, followed by Amanda Stoner, while Mark Klotz and Ian McIntyre failed to finish.


Ray’s Towing & Recovery Super Stocks

After coming close on opening night with a pair of podium finishes, Randy Rusnell scored the victory in the first Super Stock feature on Saturday night. Brad Collison finished second, followed by Nick Troback, Justin Collison, and Chad Corcoran. Steve Cashmore finished sixth in his 2019 debut ahead of AJ Miller and Austin Penney. Cory McAllister would fail to finish in his Flamboro Speedway Super Stock debut.


Brad Collison kept his momentum rolling into the second feature, scoring the victory. it marks his second win in the four races run thus far this season. Randy Rusnell finished second, followed by Chad Corcoran, Steve Cashmore, and Nick Troback. Justin Collison finished sixth, followed by Austin Penney and AJ Miller. Cory McAllister would not take the green flag.


Klotz Auto Repair & Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks

With a full field in attendance, the racing was crazy across the night for the Mini Stocks, as drivers tried to make passes three, sometimes four-wide at times. As a result, there was some contact throughout both features, ultimately ending the night early for some of the competitors. However, the cream still managed to rise to the top in both features.


Karl Sault opened the night in victory lane with his second feature win of the season ahead of Jake Watson, Erik Dalla Riva, Will Gibbons, and Tyler Lewis. Shawn Taylor finished sixth, followed by John Istead, Kyle Da Silva, Jonathan Ayrton, and Kaitlyn Wallace. Allie Ditner and Mike Hooper rounded out the top-12. Several drivers failed to finish including Nick Lasiuk, Matt Young, Dale Millard, Wayde Thorne, and Gillian Hils, while Dylan Sharpe failed to take the green flag.


Starting mid-pack for the second feature, Jake Watson made his way through traffic, surviving the chaos that ensued, en route to scoring his second victory of the 2019 campaign. Tyler Lewis finished second, followed by Jonathan Ayrton, Erik Dalla Riva, and Karl Sault. Will Gibbons finished sixth, followed by Kyle Da Silva, John Istead, Matt Young, and Dylan Sharpe. Kaitlyn Wallace finished 11th, followed by Shawn Taylor, Gillian Hils, and Mike Hooper. Nick Lasiuk, Wayde Thorne, Dale Millard, and Allie Ditner failed to finish.


McClurkin Properties Pure Stocks

The McClurkin Properties Pure Stocks continued their strong start to the 2019 campaign with a pair of features that saw good hard racing throughout the field, three-wide at times for every position.


After coming close the past two nights, Leo Labarbera got to experience what it was like to go to victory lane himself as he won the opening feature. Defending champion Dale Lucas finished second, followed by Mark Thorne, Courtney Scott, and Phil Givens. Bobby Mercer finished sixth, followed by Jared Bodner, Kyle Lucas, RJ Croteau, and Jimmy Hooper. Eric Stewart and Brian Gamble rounded out the top-12, while Reece Bourgeois and Chris Pendlebury failed to finish.


Starting deep in the field in the second feature, Leo Labarbera threaded his way through the heavy traffic en route to the lead, pacing the rest of the way for the Saturday night sweep. Mark Thorne scored his second runner-up of the season with Dale Lucas finishing third ahead of Courtney Scott and Bobby Mercer. Phil Givens finished sixth, followed by Eric Stewart, RJ Croteau, Kyle Lucas, and Jimmy Hooper.   

Brian Gamble and Reece Bourgeois rounded out the top-12, while Chris Pendlebury and Jared Bodner failed to finish.


Pro 4 Modifieds

Despite only three cars in attendance, the Pro 4 Modifieds put together a solid feature that saw Shannon Morris score the victory, marking his first win in a while. Dan Pettit and Mark Lucas rounded out the field, while Dave Hodgkinson failed to take the green after experiencing issues in practice.


Thanks to Peter Anderson for all of the photos from the action on Saturday night.

This weekend at Flamboro Speedway marks the first round Grisdale Triple Crown. Rather than being decided on a single night as it has been the past couple years, the Grisdale Triple Crown will feature three 100-lap features across the season – May 25, August 10, and October 8 – to decide the champion.


Saturday night will also feature action from the Klotz Auto Repair & Engine Machine Shop Mini Stocks and McClurkin Properties Cambridge Pure Stocks. The pit gate opens at 3 pm, followed by the front gate opening at 5pm with racing starting at 6:30 pm.

Gate details and admission prices, along with the full schedule for Flamboro Speedway this season can be found on the track’s website at http://www.flamborospeedway.ca.

Be sure to keep up with the latest by following the speedway on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FlamboroSpdwy and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/flamborospeedway

By: Ashley McCubbin



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