The Canadian flat track scene has produced some great racers over the years, and that can most likely be attributed to some fantastic bar banging battles that occur every weekend during the summer. Despite the great racing offered here however, there has always been the appeal for our riders to head stateside to try their luck. Whether it is for a race or two or for a whole season and whether your goal is to follow in the footsteps of the legendary Chris Carr or to obtain the status of grizzled veteran John Parker (who seems to be the unofficial mayor of the TT in Medina, NY), Canadians still want to head south to race.
Monday, 21 April 2014 14:10 Published in Tumblin' Todd's Flat Track Blog
To the untrained observer, most tracks that hold flat track races may appear to be very similar. This is to say that they are all somewhat oval, and they all have four turns. While the size difference between certain tracks should be obvious to most, other characteristics such as track surface may be harder to spot from your seat in the bleachers on a Saturday night.
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 10:43 Published in Tumblin' Todd's Flat Track Blog
September 26, 2013- The racing series might have been new, but by the time it was over there were a lot of familiar faces leading their respective classes. With a schedule that included seven races over five very different tracks, the inaugural season wrapped up with a Friday The 13th matinee in Simcoe.
Thursday, 26 September 2013 15:29 Published in News