Flamboro Speedway

Flamboro Speedway is a 1/3-mile semi-banked asphalt short track motor racing oval, located twenty minutes northwest of Hamilton, in the rural community of Millgrove, Ontario, Canada. The track was established in 1962.[1]

Flamboro Speedway
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Location873 5th Concession Road West
Millgrove, Ontario, Canada
OwnerJohn Casale and Frank Casale
OperatorJohn Casale and Frank Casale
Opened1962
Major eventsGrisdale Triple Crown

Oktoberfest Classic

NASCAR Pinty's Series
(2020-Present)

APC United Late Model Series
(2015-Present)

OSCAAR Modifieds
OSCAAR Hot Rods
OSCAAR Pro Sprint
Ontario Sportsman Series
Canadian Vintage Modifieds
Can-Am Midget Racing Series
Ontario Pro Challenge Series
Paperclip oval
SurfacePaved
Length1/3 mi
BankingSemi-banked
Websiteflamborospeedway.net

OverviewEdit

The track hosts a weekly Saturday night stock car racing program that runs from May to October each year. The tracks weekly racing program features five categories: Late Model, Mini Stocks, Thunder Cars, Pure Stocks and Pro 4 Modified.

The track also regularly features touring series including the APC United Late Model Series, Ontario Sportsman Series, OSCAAR Modifieds, Hot Rods and Pro Sprints, the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series, Can-Am Midgets and Legends car racing.

Flamboro speedway has a go-cart track contained with the oval; which is utilized by the Waterloo Region Karting Club.

In 2011, the speedway celebrated its 50th anniversary.[2]

NASCAR Pinty's SeriesEdit

The NASCAR Pinty's Series made its first trip to Flamboro Speedway for a doubleheader event on August 29, 2020. Jason Hathaway and Kevin Lacroix won races during the inaugural event.[3]

Season Date Race Title Driver Manufacturer
2020 August 29 Pinty's 125   Jason Hathaway Chevrolet
PartyCasino 125   Kevin Lacroix Dodge
2021 July 18 TBA TBD TBD
TBA TBD TBD

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Flamboro Speedway Race Track". Official web site. Archived from the original on 2007-06-14. Retrieved 2007-06-29.
  2. ^ "Back In The Day: Fifty Years Of Flamboro". OntarioOval.com. 2011-05-17. Retrieved 2013-08-01.
  3. ^ "NASCAR Announces 2020 Pinty's Series Schedule". NASCAR.ca. December 5, 2019. Retrieved June 23, 2020.

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Coordinates: 43°19′42″N 80°01′25″W / 43.328234°N 80.023583°W / 43.328234; -80.023583