The Ontario Stock Car Association of Asphalt Racers, usually shortened to the acronym OSCAAR, is a Canadian stock car racing series featuring three divisions, Open Wheeled Modifieds, Hot Rods and Pro Sprint.[1] It has been running since 1990, with Dave Burbridge winning the inaugural championship.[2] Previously the series included an Outlaw Super Late Models division.

Ontario Stock Car Association of Asphalt Racers
OSCAAR Racing Logo.jpg
Ontario's Premier Auto Racing Entertainment Series
CategoryStock car racing, modifieds, sprint cars
CountryOntario, Canada
Inaugural season1990
Drivers' champion2019 Hot Rods - Canada Tyler Hawn
2019 Modifieds - Canada AJ Emms
2019 Pro Sprint - Canada Daniel Hawn
Official websiteOSCAAR

OSCAAR Modified SeriesEdit

The OSCAAR Modified Series was created in 2012 and consists of 450 horsepower asphalt modified stock cars.

ChampionsEdit

Year Champion Hometown
2012   Gary McLean Conn, Ontario
2013   Gary McLean Conn, Ontario
2014   Gary McLean Conn, Ontario [3]
2015   Gary McLean Conn, Ontario
2016   Gary McLean Conn, Ontario
2017   Luke Gignac Port McNicoll, Ontario [4]
2018   Cory Horner Blackstock, Ontario [5]
2019   A.J. Emms Orillia, Ontario
2020 No championship title awarded

OSCAAR Hot Rod SeriesEdit

The OSCAAR Hot Rod Series is for vintage-bodied cars with crate engines and modern running gear. The cars include Studebakers, Tri-Five Chevrolets, Camaros, Mustangs, and Barracudas of the muscle car era and began in 2017.[6]

ChampionsEdit

Year Champion Hometown
2017   Tyler Hawn Oro-Medonte, Ontario
2018   Tyler Hawn Oro-Medonte, Ontario
2019   Tyler Hawn Oro-Medonte, Ontario [7]
2020 No championship title awarded

OSCAAR Pro Sprint SeriesEdit

The OSCAAR Pro Sprint Series was launched in 2016 and consists of 1/4 scale sprint style cars, powered by 440cc snowmobile engines that generate approximately 85 horsepower. Each car weighs 450 lbs, run one inch off the ground and can reach upwards of 100 mph.[8][9]

ChampionsEdit

Year Champion Hometown
2016   Ted Greenwood Alliston, Ontario [10]
2017   Jordan Hanna
2018   Daniel Hawn Oro-Medonte, Ontario
2019   Daniel Hawn Oro-Medonte, Ontario [11]
2020 No championship title awarded

OSCAAR Outlaw Super Late Model SeriesEdit

The OSCAAR Outlaw Super Late Model Series was a division in OSCAAR for 27 seasons. The cars consisted of a low-cut, flat-sided late model chassis that were offset to the drivers side for better cornering on oval tracks and allowed the greatest horsepower of any Ontario stock car division. The series final season was in 2017. It was replaced by the new Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series the following year.

ChampionsEdit

Year Champion Hometown
2002   Stu Robinson, Jr. Holland Landing, Ontario
2003   Stu Robinson, Jr. Holland Landing, Ontario
2004   Rob Clarke London, Ontario
2005   Rob Clarke London, Ontario
2006   John Fletcher Milton, Ontario [12]
2007   Derrick Tiemersma Newmarket, Ontario
2008   Glenn Watson Barrie, Ontario
2009   Glenn Watson Barrie, Ontario
2010   Glenn Watson Barrie, Ontario
2011   Glenn Watson Barrie, Ontario
2012   Brandon Watson Stayner, Ontario
2013   Brandon Watson Stayner, Ontario
2014   Andrew Gresel Sauble Beach, Ontario [13]
2015   Kevin Cornelius Orangeville, Ontario
2016   J.R. Fitzpatrick Cambridge, Ontario [14]
2017   Glenn Watson Barrie, Ontario

TracksEdit

CurrentEdit

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Track City Province Length Banking
Brighton Speedway Brighton
44°02′23″N 77°40′20″W / 44.039597°N 77.672152°W / 44.039597; -77.672152 (Brighton Speedway)
Ontario 1/3 mile clay oval
Delaware Speedway Delaware
42°55′49″N 81°25′4″W / 42.93028°N 81.41778°W / 42.93028; -81.41778 (Delaware Speedway)
Ontario 1/2 Mile Turns 5°-7°
Flamboro Speedway Hamilton
43°19′42″N 80°01′25″W / 43.328234°N 80.023583°W / 43.328234; -80.023583 (Flamboro Speedway)
Ontario 1/3 Mile
Jukasa Motor Speedway Cayuga
42°56′06″N 79°58′00″W / 42.935061°N 79.966565°W / 42.935061; -79.966565 (Jukasa Motor Speedway)
Ontario 5/8 Mile Turns 8.5°
Kawartha Speedway Fraserville
44°12′32″N 78°23′30″W / 44.20889°N 78.39167°W / 44.20889; -78.39167 (Kawartha Speedway)
Ontario 3/8 Mile
Peterborough Speedway Peterborough
44°16′54″N 78°25′35″W / 44.28174°N 78.42649°W / 44.28174; -78.42649 (Peterborough Speedway)
Ontario 1/3 Mile
Sauble Speedway Sauble Beach
44°37′39″N 81°12′50″W / 44.62744°N 81.21400°W / 44.62744; -81.21400 (Sauble Speedway)
Ontario 1/4 Mile
Sunset Speedway Innisfil
44°16′49″N 79°36′38″W / 44.28028°N 79.61067°W / 44.28028; -79.61067 (Sunset International Speedway)
Ontario 1/3 Mile

FormerEdit

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Track City Province Length Banking
Barrie Speedway Barrie
44°28′38″N 79°30′54″W / 44.47722°N 79.51500°W / 44.47722; -79.51500 (Barrie Speedway)
Ontario 1/3 Mile Tri-Oval Progressive
Full Throttle Motor Speedway Varney
44°07′31″N 80°48′06″W / 44.12520°N 80.80168°W / 44.12520; -80.80168 (Full Throttle Motor Speedway)
Ontario 1/4 Mile Turns 30°
Grand Bend Speedway Grand Bend
43°17′28″N 81°43′06″W / 43.2911°N 81.7182°W / 43.2911; -81.7182 (Grand Bend Speedway)
Ontario 1/4 Mile Tri-Oval 12°
Mosport Speedway Bowmanville
44°3′7″N 78°41′4″W / 44.05194°N 78.68444°W / 44.05194; -78.68444 (Mosport Speedway)
Ontario 1/2 Mile Turns 6°

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2012 OSCAAR Rules". Retrieved 14 February 2012.
  2. ^ "2d Racing". Retrieved 27 June 2016.
  3. ^ "Kimball, Shepherd battle at Autumn Colours". The Peterborough Examiner. October 14, 2014. Retrieved July 17, 2020.
  4. ^ McCubbin, Ashley (October 13, 2017). "Luke Gignac, ADAMS Motorsports Crowned 2017 OSCAAR Modified Champion". Inside Track Motorsport News. Retrieved July 17, 2020.
  5. ^ McCubbin, Ashley (January 14, 2019). "OSCAAR drivers and crews gather to celebrate 2018 season". Inside Track Motorsport News. Retrieved July 19, 2020.
  6. ^ Miller, Tim (January 8, 2020). "For 2020, watch for even faster growth on local race tracks". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  7. ^ Clarke, Jim (October 15, 2019). "Feature events take Sunday spotlight at Peterborough Speedway's Autumn Colours Classic". The Peterborough Examiner. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  8. ^ "OSCAAR - About". OSCAAR.ca. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  9. ^ "OSCAAR Set to Launch New Pro Midget Division in 2016". ShortTrackMusings.com. February 6, 2016. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  10. ^ McCubbin, Ashley (January 27, 2017). "OSCAAR Pro Midget drivers & crew gather to celebrate 2016 season". RaceCanada.ca. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  11. ^ "Daniel Hawn "Extremely Honored" with Back-to-Back Pro Sprint Titles". ShortTrackMusings.com. December 5, 2019. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  12. ^ "Champion stock car racers run in family". Wheels.ca. October 6, 2007. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  13. ^ "OSCAAR Champions Crowned at Autumn Colours Classic". Speed51.com. October 16, 2014. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  14. ^ Johns, Clayton (October 13, 2016). "JR Fitzpatrick Wins OSCAAR Championship At Autumn Colours". Inside Track Motorsport News. Retrieved July 19, 2020.

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