Opening night is still more than six months away, but the Peterborough Speedway promotional team is already hard at work putting together plans for the upcoming schedule. Track owner and promoter J.P. Josiasse says that this is a very busy time of year.
“In the past, we’ve had people including Luke Stewart and Joseph Banks make the transition and most recently, Aaron Pugh and Jarrett Herbison have found success in their new rides,” said track owner and promoter Paul Kirkland. “Reaching the half century mark with the opening night of our 2019 season is an impressive stat. It promises to be an amazing year for teams in all of our regular classes.”
Up until recently, you had to have a powerful VR ready computer to run your simulators but now with a new app that has just been released on the oculus app store at the beginning of the month.
It’s been a while since we have checked out the mods for Motorsports manager and this new one released at the beginning of October 2018 does not disappoint. You get the new F1 and f2 designs with the halo added to the chassis and the updated teams’ skills for the last half of 2018 season. […]
Károly Méhes became a fan of Gilles Villeneuve in his adolescence, despite living in then-communist Hungary. A motorsport journalist since 1990, he has published more than 20 Formula 1 titles, his most recent being Ferrari 70: a history of the Scuderia. Károly worked for more than a year on conducting the Villeneuve interviews in Maranello and at tracks on the Formula 1 circuit.
Amazing drive from Mick Schumacher who takes the 2018 European F3 Crown!
Off a rain-shortened race at Lee USA Speedway last weekend, the Granite State Pro Stock Series will make a stop at Thompson with just two races left in their championship points schedule. And as he looks for his first series championship, Devin O’Connell leads the standings by 20 points over Joey Doiron entering the 60-lap feature on Friday night.
Mark Ferguson (Saint John, NB) has virtually clinched the 2018 Eastern Super Mini Cup Series championship heading into the Concept Drilling 20 on Saturday. Ferguson takes a 50 point advantage into the final race and given that he takes the green flag on Saturday will nail down his second championship. Ferguson won the title in a shortened 2016 season with the Series.
Glenn Watson and Brandon Watson brought the Hoosier Racing Tire Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model starting field to the line to kick-off the day’s schedule. With 75 laps to settle the score, the family reunion was the perfect kick-off to a Thanksgiving Sunday of action. Glenn Watson took the lead early, but his nephew was working the inside line and claimed the top spot with four laps on the board. A yellow flag for a backstretch incident slowed the pace with eight complete, but Watson was able to hold onto the lead and started working through the backmarkers at lap 15. With the pack running some strong, consistent laps Brandon Watson built-up a solid lead. A lap 37 caution that turned into a red flag for a third turn crash that ended the day for Jordan Howse. The turning point of the event came along with a lap 60 caution. Watson’s car had been sputtering and he took the #9 ride to the pits. Glenn Watson took the lead on the restart, with the former Autumn Colours winner now working through traffic from the rear of the field. Glenn Watson took the $2500 win. Gary McLean, in his first career Super Late Model start was second. Ryan Kimball, Brandon Watson and Gary Passer completed the top five.