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Toronto-based Town Moto teams up with Doug Lawrence for 2013

Flat track star Doug Lawrence will be sponsored this year by Toronto-based motorcycle accessory retail outlet Town Moto. The Queen West area store is owned by Andrew McCracken, Marika Thoms and Jamie Pentland, all motorcyclists who are keenly interested flat track fans and now sponsors of 'The Mississauga Missile'.

Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:11 Published in Industry News


Don Taylor Grabs Stateside Ride for 2013

Multi-time Canadian Motorcycle Association national flat track champion and Number 1 plate holder Don Taylor has secured himself a ride for the upcoming AMA Grand National flat track season.

Taylor, who spent most of his time in Canada last year contesting both dirt track and road racing events, will be riding for AMA Hall of Famer Bill Werner. Taylor will be aboard a twin that is based on a Kawasaki 650 squeezed into a J&M frame.

Thursday, 21 February 2013 17:14 Published in News


Flat Track Ace Lawrence Puts it On Ice in Michigan

Canadian expert flat track rider and AMA Grand National regular Doug "The Mississauga Missile" Lawrence took his talents indoors and onto the ice last weekend. Taking part in an event at the Perani arena in Flint, Michigan, Lawrence was riding a machine borrowed from AMA Grand National champion Jared Mees.

Friday, 01 February 2013 15:41 Published in Reports, Results & Points


Ontario Flat Tracker Mike Labelle Out Indefinitely

Promising young Ontario flat track racer Mike Labelle is out indefinitely with a torn MCL in his left knee.

Tuesday, 10 July 2012 10:51 Published in Reports, Results & Points


The Mississauga Missile: Doug Lawrence

Some people know him as “The Mississauga Missile”. His friends just call him “Douggie Fresh”. The one thing everybody can call him is fast.

Doug Lawrence is one of the top expert flat trackers in Canada, and if he could ever attend all of the races here there’s a good chance the Number One plate would be his. Lawrence tends to miss a few of the Canadian rounds every year due to U.S. commitments, but when he does show up at a race on Canadian soil, you can expect to see the Number 73 fighting for the lead.

The September race in Leamington on the half-mile cushion certain

Thursday, 08 December 2011 17:05 Published in Feature Stories


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