, who was leading the points coming into the race, was involved in a heat race incident which sidelined his
car for the feature.Instead he
drove an old car of his
which had been put out to pasture as the Happy Hour Racing Experience vehicle.Ron
was able to collect points for the event driving this car, but the Strathroy driver moved from first to third in the standings as a result.
Jessie Kennedy, who was also involved in the heat race incident with Ron
, was able to get his car back together to finish third in the race.
Scott's win moves him into second place in the points - only two markers behind Ron Sheridan
struggled through the early part of the race with a tire going down.A caution on lap 20 allowed the team to pit for new rubber and Ron
was able to work his
way back to finish the race in forth.
...Cole Pearn followed DJ Kennington through the pack and past Ron Sheridan before DJ was forced out of the race when the car's rear end let go.
continued the string of consistent finishes he
has posted since he
won the first event of the season with a fourth place finish in this event.He
has moved into the top points spot in the race for the division championship.
In the second 75 lap race, Cole Pearn took the lead from Ron Sheridan
- passing him on the outside early in the race.
June 30th - DJ Kennington, Jason Hathaway and Ron Sheridan
top the podium in the 139 Lap Late Model Canada Day Special
was looking solid in the lead of the Canada Day Special race - until DJ Kennington arrived on his
back bumper two dozen laps after the competition yellow in the Late Model Invitational Event June 30th.Then it was only a matter of time until DJ muscled by Ron Sheridan to lead the field until the checkers.
car home in third.DJ, Jason and Ron currently sit in the same order in the division's top points spots.
and DJ Kennington both put their cars around the track in under 19.0 seconds, but it was Cole Pearn who took top qualifying spot with an unprecidented 18.868
Jason passed Ron Sheridan
to take the second spot in the final laps of the feature.
Jason Hathaway led Ron Sheridan
, Scott Lindsay and Cole Pearn as the four cars ran bumper to bumper through much of the race.
Delaware late model drivers Ron Sheridan
, Jay Doerr and Scott Lindsay took advantage of the week off Delaware racing to get some seat time at Flamborough Speedway Saturday May 27th in advance of the first Triple Crown Event which runs June 10th.
won one of his
heat races and finished second in the feature race.
"I had never been there before" says Ron
."It was good.The track is fast.It is a nice track."Ron
posted a fourth in his
heat race which meant he
would have started 10th in the 25 lap feature but Flamborough has a rule that puts first timers to the back to start the race."So we started 21st" explains Ron
"and we finished 5th."We had a good time.
Cole joins last week's feature winner Ron Sheridan
on the list of drivers who will compete in the Match Race Showdown during the Great Canadian Race Weekend later this season.
started off his
season on a very positive note Saturday afternoon when he
won the 50 lap feature race.Ron
ran most of the race behind polesitter and 2005 Nascar Dodge Champion Scott Lindsay before finding a lane under him late in the race to take the victory.