By Steven Petty – PORT COLBORNE, ONTARIO… Mikey Kruchka from Hamilton, Ontario was the winner of the Southern Ontario Sprints (SOS) A-Main on John Puhl Memorial Night presented by Zanchin Truck &Trailer and Motorsports Image at the New Humberstone Speedway. Brad Lodge and Justin Martin led the Southern Ontario Sprints to the green flag for their main event with Martin leading the opening circuits. Jamie Turner moved into second with Paige Polyak, Lodge and Adam West in the top five early on. … Read entire article »
By Greg Calnan (Saturday, May 17th, 2014) – “Life is good right now”. Those were the words of race winner Mitch Brown at Brighton Speedway on Saturday night. The Brantford, Ontario native started on the pole of the 25 lap main event and picked up his first career Southern Ontario Sprints win. The victory comes just two weeks after he helped lead the Pro Fit Corvairs to the OHA GOJHL Jr. B Hockey Sutherland Cup. Brown started on the pole and … Read entire article »
Southern Ontario Sprints are set to kick off the 19th season this Victoria Day long weekend at Brighton Speedway and Humberstone Speedway.
When the green flag flies at Brighton Speedway this Saturday, May 17th, it will start the race to the 2014 championship for the longest running sprint car series in Canada, the Southern Ontario Sprints. 2013 champion Chris Jones of Carrying Place, Ontario will be looking to defend his crown and pick up where he left off from last season with a win at Brighton Speedway. The level of competition will be in high gear as the drivers of the SOS return to … Read entire article »
The schedule for the eighteenth season of competition is now set for the Southern Ontario Sprints (SOS). 2014 will see the SOS visit 4 different tracks across the province, including a return to one for the first time in a while. As well, the SOS continues the tradition as an affiliate sanctioning body for the 10th annual Canadian Sprint Car Nationals. The 2014 season is going to have some busy weekends for the teams that travel … Read entire article »