By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media

Local racing is set to return to Southeastern Ontario and once again this year, Brockville Ontario Speedway will play host to the Ogilvie’s Auto and Fleet Triple Crown Series for DIRTcar 358 and Sportsman-Modifieds.

With the exception of 2020, this will be the 11th season for the extra distance events, presented by the team at Ogilvie’s Auto and Fleet. Since 2013, they have been an important part of the annual schedule at The BOS. The series – highlighted by a pair of mid-season dates Saturday, May 18th and July 6th, with the final round run Friday, October 18th during the Northeast Fall Nationals – showcases the best of the best from the home track roster, plus a line-up of the sport’s top touring stars.

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“We’re very thankful to Mike and Vicki Ogilvie and their staff for supporting these special events,” offered Brockville Speedway owner and promoter Paul Kirkland. “2024 will mark our family’s 30th year of promoting the popular facility on Temperance Lake Road. From the first green flag of opening night to the final lap of the Northeast Fall Nationals, we have an exciting season planned to mark the occasion.”

In 2023, Ryan Arbuthnot claimed the 358 Modified Ogilvie’s Series title, with Kyle Dingwall, Tristan Draper, Mat Williamson and Johnathon Ferguson rounding-out the top-5 positions. Arbuthnot, Williamson and Corey Wheeler each had a main event win. Wheeler’s checkered flag in the Northeast Fall Nationals’ finale resulted in a $10,000 payday.

Bobby Herrington capped-off his 3rd straight Sportsman-Modified track championship with the Ogilvie’s crown. Shane Pecore, Brennan Moore, Jessica Power and Shane Stearns completed the top-5 spots. Herrington, Pecore and Moore had the Sportsman feature victories, will all 3 drivers also logging top 5 finishes in each event.

For complete details on the upcoming event schedule, be sure to check or follow the track’s social media profiles for the latest news.

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

A pair of feature wins helped Johnathon Ferguson (No. 44) earn the 2019 Ogilvie’s Sportsman-Mod crown. The driver from Prescott, Ontario is hoping for a strong run in the 358 Modified ranks in 2024.

Although winless in the 2021 Ogilvie’s Auto & Fleet Triple Crown Series, consistent runs by Kingston, Ontario’s Jessica Power (No. 52) allowed her to take the Sportsman-Modified title.

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