PETERBOROUGH, ON – OSCAAR has merged with the United Racing Series effective immediately. OSCAAR has been entertaining fans across Ontario for 32 years with good car counts and exciting door to door action with various divisions but most recently with the Modified and Hot Rods and after intermittent discussions between the two groups for a couple of years now an agreement has been reached.
“Luke Ramsay and I have had discussions over the past two years about how to move OSCAAR forward and during the 2022 season talks had intensified,” mentions Dave Gainforth the President of OSCAAR when asked how this came about. Gainforth goes on to say, “I feel I have taken OSCAAR as far as I can without additional resources and by merging with the United Racing Series and tapping into their expertise and support, we can only become better in all areas.”
It will be ‘business as usual’ to start, and as with any businesses in the motorsport industry, this is the time of year that everyone reviews the past season(s) while preparing for the season ahead.
“The United Racing Series is excited to welcome OSCAAR into our family, Dave will still be at the helm and with technical, administration and marketing support from our group we feel that together we can help move the Modifieds and Hot Rods to the next level,” explains Luke Ramsay of the United Racing Series.
“We have always looked at ways to expand our brand and footprint in motorsports and this is a perfect opportunity,” when asked why the addition of the two OSCAAR divisions. Don’t look for any drastic changes and plans for 2023 will be announced as they become available.
For further information please contact Dave Gainforth @ email@example.com
ABOUT OSCAAR: OSCAAR has been sanctioning races in Ontario for 32 years and currently presents the ground pounding Modified division along with the fast-growing nostalgic Hot Rod Series which takes you back to a glimpse of Stock Car racing of the past. www.oscaar.ca
ABOUT UNITED RACING SERIES: The United Racing Series debuted in 2015, and immediately drew attention from around the province with the formation of the APC United Late Model Series. Fans, drivers, and sponsors alike were left wanting more after a wildly successful inaugural season that saw the championship battle come down to the final laps. The series that took Ontario by storm has continued to grow for years and has brought Late Model racing in Ontario to what it truly should be. The goal of the United Racing Series continues to bring out top talent and create a racing atmosphere that is one of a kind. www.apcracingseries.com