Earlier this month, Flamboro Speedway released their 2014 Tentative Schedule. The tight track located only 40 minutes from Toronto produces some of the most rough and tough racing in the province of Ontario.
One of the most notable things on their schedule is that if they have rain on a Saturday night, they will run the next day to therefore minimize the amount of rain-outs they get over the course of the season.
Flamboro will kick the year off on Saturday April 26th with the Thunder Cars, Mini Stocks, Pure Stocks and Pro 4 Modifieds.
May 3rd will see the Pro Late Models join the TC, MS, PS and Pro 4 line-up. The Late Models have the next two weeks off, though do not fear as the TC, MS, PS and Pro 4s are on the docket – with some other special divisions in the house. Saturday May 10th will feature the TQ Midgets and Ontario Modifieds, while Saturday May 17th will feature the Canadian Vintage Modifieds.
On Saturday May 24th, Flamboro will kick off their APC Challenge – which is a special series that they’ve set-up with Delaware Speedway. The Delaware Speedway Late Models will run at Flamboro on three nights, while Flamboro’s Late Models head to Delaware on three nights. The night will feature a 100 lap Pro Late Model feature, TC and MS – as well as the Ontario Pro Challenge Series.
Flamboro will then finish off May with the Pro Late Models, TC, MS, PS and Pro 4s on May 31st.
Saturday June 7th marks “Meet the Drivers Night” where the Pro Late Models, TC, MS, PS and Pro 4 drivers will be on hand to sign autographs for the fans before the the night kicks off.
Saturday June 14th kicks off the Grisdale Triple Crown Series, which is a mini-series Late Model invitational comprised of three nights. The Pro Late Models will run 75 laps, while being joined that night by the TC, MS, PS and Pro 4s.
Saturday June 21st will feature the Pro Late Models and the Mini Stocks running alongside the TQ Midgets and the Canadian Vintage Modifieds.
The month of June will finish off with a special visit from the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series with their 100 lapper, as well as the first round of the “Flamboro/Delaware Thunder Car” Challenge. Flamboro will welcome Delaware’s Super Stock drivers to come run their track to see who comes out on top at the end of the 50 lap feature. The night also includes the LM, TC, MS, PS and Pro 4s.
July will kick off with the second round of the Grisdale Triple Crown, which means a 75 lap Late Model feature. Also on hand that night will be the Ontario Pro Challenge Series, TC, MS and PSs. Regular action returns to the speedway on July 12th as the night will include LM, TC, MS, PS and Pro 4s.
On Saturday July 19th, the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series will make their second visit of 2014 with another 100 lap feature, as well as the second round of the “Flamboro/Delaware Thunder Car” Challenge. The action for the night doesn’t stop there as Flamboro also has LM, MS, PS and the Ontario Pro Challenge Series scheduled for that night.
They will then finish off the month with the second round of he APC Challenge, along with MS, PS and F4. The Cam-An Midgets will also be on hand that night.
The kick off event for August is a huge one as August 2nd marks “Midseason Championship” night. Kids will be able to get rides in the racecars from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. before racing, before the LM, TC, MS and PS take to the track along with the Canadian Vintage Modifieds. August 9th will feature the LM, TC and F4s along with the Ontario Pro Challenge Series and Can-Am Midgets once again.
August 16th marks the third and final round of the Grisdale Triple Crown. Also on the docket is the Canadian Vintage Modifieds, TC, MS and P4s. August 23rd, the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series will once again run 100 laps as they join the LM, TC, MS, F4 and PS on track.
The month will finish off with “Fan Appreciation Night and Corn Roast” scheduled for August 4th. Once again, drivers will sign autographs for the fans as the LM, TC, MS, PS and Canadian Vintage Modifieds are on hand.
September will kick off with “Flamboro Speedway Memorial Night” on the 6th. The night marks the third round of the Flamboro/Delaware Challenge, while also featuring the LM, MS, F4, PS and Ontario Modifieds. The following weekend, Flamboro’s regular divisions – LM, TC, MS, PS – will be the house along with the Pro Challenge Series. The MS and PS will return to the track the following weekend on September 20th, joining the Canadian Vintage Modifieds, Can-Am Midgets and F4s.
Championship night will be on September 27th – featuring all five regular divisions as the champions are crowned.
Flamboro will once again host their Oktoberfest Classic from Friday October 3rd to Saturday October 4th – with a rain date scheduled for Sunday October 5th. The event will feature multiple classes as it’s part of the short track playoff season.
Flamboro has also stated that once again they will FrostFest as they have the previous years, but details will be announced at a later date.