It was a cold race day but we seen all the Top riders return to the small 1/8th mile dirt oval. The track that night was a little rough but never pressed too much of a challenge for the racers.
Boyd Deadman did a great job on his 65cc and brought home his first win on it, as well as winning the 50 chain class. Maguire Scott brought in another win to make it 2 in a row.
In the Open AM class it was Shane Corbeil was pleased coming home with a big win with Sean Hoy knocking on the door near the end of the final.
The new format for short track was interesting, bringing in 2 heats, with top qualifiers (10 in each) transferring to a semi. Top 2 went to the first row, 3 & 4 went to the second row and 5 & 6th went to the third row.
Having only one restart in the final was exceptional on the short track, after seeing Don Taylor going down with Tyler Seguin placing them at the very back for the restart. At the start of the race it was Steve Beattie off to an early lead. With younger brother Doug taking an early pass and started to check out. Just over half way though in came Ryan Wells pulling off a very aggressive clean pass (a Doug Beattie style pass) on Doug and paved the road to win the second round of the Flattrack Canada Series.