In the June 21st edition of Spencer Lewis’ Short Track Notebook, we catch up with Peterborough Speedway breakout star Anthony Dibello, Sunset rookie Steven Wilson and Mini Stock convert Andy Kamrath, then we take a ride with Sauble Speedway star Kevin Bridge as he makes the trip to Delaware’s ‘Open 4 Cylinder Invitational’.
We recently had a chance to chat with emerging Peterborough Speedway Thunder Car star Anthony Dibello about his excellent start to the 2014 season. The Woodville, ON-based competitor chats about his newly acquired chassis, the amount of talent in Peterborough’s Thunder Car division and the work that’s gone into Dibello’s family-run effort to put his Dibello Towing No. 16 at the front of the field. Click here for the 1 on 1 interview.
Former Super Stock regular Steven Wilson (above, by Debbie-Jo Zardo) has turned heads all season long since moving to Sunset Speedway’s Limited Late Model division. After starting his career in the Mini Stock ranks, Wilson has taken to Limited Late Model competition immediately, registering a number of top-10 finishes through the first quarter of 2014. We took the chance to chat with Wilson post-race at a recent Sunset event to ask his view of his impressive start to the season, his newly acquired chassis and how difficult it has been to race amongst some of the biggest names in Ontario racing. Click here for our interview with freshman Steven Wilson.
Sauble Speedway Mini Stock regular Kevin Bridge (above, by Ashley McCubbin) recently took part in Delaware Speedway’s Open 4 Cylinder Invitational. The Kincardine, ON driver made sure to bring along his on-board camera as he took to the half-mile alongside fellow divisional mainstays Billy Schwartzenburg and Cory Young. Click here to ride along with Bridge as he turns in a top-5 finish against some elite-level talent, and be sure to check out Kevin’s brand new Kevin Bridge Racing page on Facebook.
Former Ltd. Late Model regular Andy Kamrath (above, by Dan Little) has experienced a myriad of early-season success since dropping down to the perennially competitive Mini Stock division. ‘The Instant Classic’ recently took the time to chat with us about the depth of talent in the province’s entry level division, the adjustments he’s had to make to his driving style and what he hopes to accomplish this season. Click here for our 1 on 1 with Andy Kamrath and follow the London Recreational Racing team member on Twitter @AndyKamrath35.
By Spencer Lewis (@itsspencerlewis)
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