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Kevin Gallant and Connor James Ready to Battle Going into Championship Night at Flamboro Speedway

Posted on: September 14th, 2019

Flamborough, ON – Today at Flamboro Speedway we crown our 2019 Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series champion. To make things even more exciting, going into the IMRV 100, Kevin Gallant and Connor James are tied for series points, being the first time in LOSC history.

Over the course of this season, Gallant and James have put on one of the most exciting battles of 2019, going from track to track around Ontario. The 31 and the 4 teams have both proven they would be the two contenders for the championship. James winning both Sunset Speedway events and our annual visit to Peterborough Speedway. Gallant proving how important consistency is, finishing upfront and finally winning at our last visit to Flamboro Speedway.

Coming into today off a win will make James confident. Although, knowing Flamboro is Gallants “home track” will set nerves into the 4 teams plans. The 31 dominates Flamboro Speedway, hands down turning the most laps here out of any driver in our series. Gallant knowing he does well here, will make determine their goal, of winning that championship.

This event will hands down be our most exciting race of the season. Between championship battles being so tight, and our last event being at one of our toughest tracks that we visit, will make this an event you will not want to miss. Your top five in points are sitting with 22 points between the four teams. Depending on how this weekend goes, our top five could shift, as 6th and 7th are sitting two points back from 5th.

At the beginning of the year, our rookie of the year standings were quickly taken ahold by the 95 of Anthony Folino. Steve Aubertine and his 28 team have been trying to catch the 95, showing good speed over the last couple of races. BJ Harrison has also come to play in recent weeks, adding another rookie to the track, aiding the series to put on better shows.

As we continue to see drivers dabble in the series, Super Stock standout Brandon Mcferran has shown domination is in sight for the near future. At our last race at Sunset Speedway, leading until broken. With unknown plans for next year, we hope to see him join the series.

While we approach our last race of the season, we hope to see our LOSC fans supporting us tonight. We are excited and ready to crown our two potential and well deserving champions this weekend.

iMVR Named as Presenting Sponsor for 2019 Lucas Oil Sportsman Series Finale!

Posted on: September 8th, 2019

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Two Races, Two Points, Four Different Feature Winners Set Up For An Exciting Night at Sunset Speedway

Posted on: August 31st, 2019

Innisfil, ON – Two races, Two points, four different feature winners, five different race tracks across Ontario, set the Lucas Oil Sportsman Series up for an exciting end of the season. All season long, all eyes have been on your consistent top three, Kevin Gallant, Jay Doerr and Connor James. Although, over the course of the last couple of weeks, we have seen some drastic changes.

Doerr and the 40 team were not in attendance at Flamboro Speedway, leaving Chad McGlynn and the 18 team sitting in third after their win at Sauble Speedway. Kevin Gallant did pick up the win at Flamboro, now putting him top of the leader board in points over James.

After an incident on track, we were under the impression that the 77 of Alvin McNicol would be done for the season. As we are one practice underway at Sunset Speedway, the 77 team pulls in ready for redemption. They currently sit fourth in points behind McGlynn. With Hryniuk sitting in fifth.

With two races left, and points being as tight as they are, we are set up for an exciting 100 laps. Each one of our drivers are ready to give it their all, as it is anyone’s shot in the top five to be crowned the 2019 Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Champion.

Tonight, racing starts at 5pm, as we are joined by Mini Stocks, Bone Stocks and Outlaw Midgets at Sunset Speedway. Connor James is ready for redemption and looking for win number three, while Gallant and McGlynn are sitting quietly ready to pounce.

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