In the Christmas Eve edition of Spencer Lewis’ Short Track Notebook, Sauble Speedway rising star Josh Stade sits down to talk about his 2014 season, Willy Howells updates us on his plans for 2015, Ryan Babin, Danny Benedict and Bryan Sudsbury talk about anything and everything pertaining to the Mini Stock division and we look back on a 1 on 1 chat with Delaware Speedway veteran Lloyd Rawlings.
Sauble Speedway Ltd. Late Model front runner ‘Prime Time’ Josh Stade recently took the time to sit down with us and chat about his family-run program. The Chesley, ON driver reflects on his 2014 season at Sauble, his relationship with Brian MacDonald, his struggles and highlights and what he hopes to accomplish in 2015. Click here for the 1 on 1 interview and be sure to follow Josh on Twitter @PrimeTimeStade.
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2-time Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Mini Stock champion Willy Howells has confirmed he will field a fulltime Ontario Legends campaign in 2015. The Oshawa, ON driver made his Legends debut midway through the 2014 season and will chase his first career scale car championship this Summer. Marketing support will be provided by Taunton Tire, Sanford Auto, Durham Autoworks, Roughley Insurance, Oshawa Community Credit Union, DiBello Towing, Auto Accessory World, Team Blue and Hobby Revolution.
Bench Racing Vol. 20 is steadily racking up the views. The second annual Mini Stock edition – presented by Fast Eddie Racewear – features Peterborough Speedway champion ‘Straightpipe’ Ryan Babin (above), multi-time feature winner ‘The Big Ticket’ Danny Benedict and perennial contender ‘Party Time’ Bryan Sudsbury.
The trio offer up stories as to how they found their way to the division, the memories they’ve created and where they’re headed in 2015. They also take the time to analyze the state of the Mini Stock division and where the rules packages could lead the class this season. to watch the classic episode.
Here’s a previously unreleased interview with Delaware Speedway veteran Lloyd Rawlings (above). The Windsor, ON-based Late Model competitor talks about his family-run program, what it means to compete at Delaware, the magnitude of Delaware’s ‘Great Canadian Weekend’ and his hopes for the future. Click here for the interview and follow Delaware Speedway on Twitter @DelawareSpdway.
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