Brandon Watson stays hot in APC Series with third straight win
While Watson sets new series record with his victory the Ontario Modified Racing Series prepares to return top Peterborough Speedway.
This is shaping up to be a season to remember for APC Series driver Brandon Watson.
After starting the race on the front row, Watson took the lead on the first lap of the race and held off a late challenge by Shawn McGlynn to become the first driver in series history to start the season with three consecutive wins in the late model touring series.
Watson was fastest in qualifying and started second after Josh Stade drew the first starting position after the pill draw to reset the field.
The race was slowed five times for caution with the final yellow flag given to the field on Lap 76 after Rick Burbridge took a spin in Turn 2.
Defending series champion Andrew Gresel followed McGlynn to finish second.
Ohsweken Speedway adds five to its Wall of Fame
Ohsweken Speedway, one of the most popular dirt tracks in Canada, added five new members to its Wall of Fame last Friday night during intermission.
The Wall of Fame, which was established in 2015, inducted Jim Cochrane, Gale Hill, Tom Huppunen, Clinton Geoffrey Kruchka and Adam Ross.
Clinton Geoffrey Kruchka and Adam Ross served as announcers at the speedway with Ross also serving as lead announcer for all NASCAR Pinty’s Series races in addition to his duties at Oshweken.
Ontario Modifieds return to Peterborough
Brad Stevenson leads the Ontario Modified Racing Series back to Peterborough Speedway this Saturday for the third time this season and will try and become the first repeat winner on the tour this year.
Stevenson won the first race at Peterborough Speedway and he leads Duane Cinnamon, who won the 2017 season opener at Sunset Speedway in May, by just three points before the fourth race of the season gets underway on Saturday.
Mark Gordon is the third driver to win in as many races this season in the modified division.
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