South Buxton Raceway is holding a drivers meeting on Sunday, Jan. 18, 1 p.m. at the KBD Hall on Byng Ave. in Chatham (off Richmond, behind Tirecraft).
Drivers will be able to register for the 2015 season.
The SBR management will announce its racing format and plans for another exciting season of racing.
The fans came to watch the big boys in the Late Models and Modifieds, but it was the youngest driver that stole the show.
Jake Hooker, a 14-year-old rookie from Chatham, won the Sport Stocks feature race in Saturday’s Canadian Fall Shootout at South Buxton Raceway.
American drivers won the main events, as Brian Ruhlman, of Clarklake, Mich., won his fifth career UMP Modified Shootout feature and Eric Spangler, of Lake City, Mich., won his first in the UMP Late Models.
But it was Hooker’s win that was the most memorable for the nearly 2,000 fans as he avoided a rash of accidents to park in Victory Lane for the first time.
“It’s pretty crazy, I didn’t think I was going to win a feature this year, I was happy just winning a heat race,” the young teen said, as his only checkered flag in his rookie season came in a June 21 preliminary race.