How can NASCAR turn the yawn fest that has become Nationwide Series Racing into something the fans will enjoy again? My twitter and Facebook time lines both blow up when Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, Kasey Kahne, or even Matt Kenseth take the lead at any point in the race. It quickly becomes a stream of “Anybody but……(fill in Cup Regulars name here).
Andrew Gresel (No.81 Sauble Falls/CUSW/London Recreational) started inside the front row for the Midas of Orangeville 50-lap A-Main and never looked back on Sunday night at Kawartha Speedway. Gresel led every lap of the main event to earn his second career OSCAAR win in his rookie season.
Tyler Hawn started deep in the 21-car field on Sunday night at Kawartha Speedway, but a clean, consistent run led the veteran driver to a seventh-place finish. The top-ten result is Hawn’s best-career finish at the high-banked 3/8-mile oval with the OSCAAR Super Late Model tour.
This is often the time of the year when drivers start to slow down as their equipment begins to feel the wear and tear from a long season. That’s not the case for Tracy Hines, who continues to rack up solid finishes and contend for wins across all three USAC national series. The past week was another busy week for the veteran driver with a trio of races and just as in the prior two weeks, he finished among the top-10 in each and every race to extend his streak of top-10 runs to nine straight races.