By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media

With the arrival of 2024, Brockville Ontario Speedway track officials and promotional partners are putting the finishing touches on the upcoming schedule at popular oval on Temperance Lake Road.

Following an open practice and tech inspection from 1:00 ‘til 4:00 a week earlier, the kick-off for the new calendar at ‘The BOS’ is Saturday, May 11th with the DIRTcar 358 Mods, Sportsman-Modifieds, Novice Sportsman and Surprenant 602 Crate Sprint Cars taking centre stage. Details are still being added to the overall season line-up as Brockville Speedway staff puts things into place for another exciting year.

Local race fans are looking forward to the new season as it brings along the Saturday, May 18th and July 6th return of the Ogilvie’s Auto & Fleet Service Triple Crown Series for Small Block and Sportsman teams. Also back on the agenda will be a pair of dates – Saturday, June 22nd and August 3rd – for the Empire Super Sprint Car Series. The Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds will be back at Brockville Ontario Speedway – Wednesday, July 24th – for the 2nd running of the 75-lap, $7,500 to win Canadian Classic. As was the case last year, the mid-week marquee showdown will once again be the tour’s only Ontario stop.

“It’s all about building on the overall strengths of the operation,” said track owner Paul Kirkland, who along with his wife Cheryl will begin their 3rd decade at the promotional helm of Southeastern Ontario venue. “We’ll be marking the monumental occasion with a $30,000 point fund for the 2024 season and looking to create some extra-special memories on both sides of the fence.”

Also on the docket for the new season will be the home track Street Stock and Mini Stock divisions, as well as the Eastern Ontario Vintage Stock Car Club. Full details will be available once the complete schedule has been finalized by track officials, marketing partners and touring division sanctioning bodies.

For complete schedule details and event information, be sure to follow www.brockvillespeedway.com and the track’s social media platforms.

Photo attachment: Jim Clarke – Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media

Hall of Fame inductee Tim Fuller (No. 19) works around Peter Britten on his way to winning the 2023 edition of the 75-lap Super DIRTcar Series Canadian Classic at Brockville Ontario Speedway.

Prepared by: Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media
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