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  • Ohsweken Speedway makes many improvements for 2016

    Ohsweken Speedway makes many improvements for 20160

    OHSWEKEN – Race fans and drivers alike are enjoying the many improvements made to the Ohsweken Speedway over the off-season. There has also been re-staffing at the management end for the Speedway’s 21st season, including the appointment of new Track Manager Clinton Geoffrey and Track Superintendent Stan Farmer, among other changes. Both Geoffrey and Farmer

  • Speedway excitement picks up speed

    Speedway excitement picks up speed0

    The 2016 racing season is in full swing at the Ohsweken Speedway as Friday night Thunder continues for the 21st season. The speedway has gone through many changes and improvements over those years and this one is no different as bigger and well-known names in the sport have put Ohsweken Speedway on their itineraries. Friday

  • Newcomers take in the races at Bradshaw Brothers media night

    Newcomers take in the races at Bradshaw Brothers media night0

    OHSWEKEN – First timers Jeremy Bochenek (left) and Chris Breimer (right) say they definitely got some excitement out of the Ohsweken Speedway’s races last weekend. “It was awesome!” said 24-year-old Bochenek, who has lived in Hamilton his whole life. “I’ve been meaning to make it out to the speedway for the longest time, but I

  • The Brown Racing dynasty continues

    The Brown Racing dynasty continues0

    BRANTFORD – Brantford’s Mitch Brown has never done anything half way. Hockey fans will remember him winning the Sutherland Cup as a member of the Caledonia Corvairs last season. But as hard as he himself is on the ice, he drives his #10 Sprint Car even harder. At the annual Ohsweken Speedway awards ceremony Brown,

  • Tony Stewart involved in death of young driver0

    NEW YORK – Tony Stewart, three time NASCAR Champion and a frequent visitor to the Ohsweken Speedway, was involved in the tragic death of fellow driver Kevin Ward, a 20-year-old Sprint Car driver at the Canandaigua Motorsports Park in Canandaigua, New York on Saturday night.

  • From race fan to “fan-tastic”0

    OHSWEKEN — Alex Schuts, owner of Insta-Insulation of Scotland, has one of the most important jobs in the auto-racing industry. Until two years ago the “longtime NASCAR fan” as he refers to himself, was a race-team sponsor. To race competitively at almost any level, you need those sponsors to help pick up the tab on the cost of owning and operating a competitive car.