FROST AIMS FOR FIRST
VICTORIA, BC – Jason Frost has already topped the leader board this year and would now like a Feature event win (or podium finish) to back it up. The Victoria, British Columbia driver was the number one qualifier at the 2019 The Keg Late Model Series season opener on the May long weekend. In the twin-50 Feature events at Western Speedway, Frost drove the Northern Provincial Pipelines Ltd./Saanich Braves Hockey Club #81 Dodge to 5th and 6th place finishes. “We probably could have finished a little bit better in the mains,” admits Frost, “but I was really happy with the way the car drove and with the speed in the car. I think that will help us a lot moving forward.”
Frost currently finds himself 5th in The Keg Late Model Series 2019 point standings heading into this Saturday nights race. “There are some really great teams in the Series this year. The competition level is 10-times more competitive than last year. That makes it more fun.” Western Speedway hosts an open practice for Late Model teams on Saturday morning in preparation for Saturday night’s big show. “It’s a little bit different (practicing in the morning),” exclaims Frost, “we just picked up our tires, we’ll get the car loaded and we’ll be ready to go.” Qualifying at the Victoria, British Columbia track starts at 5:30 with races set to begin one hour later. Late Model drivers will be competing for the Rick O’dell Memorial Trophy on Saturday night.
RODD EXCAVATING NIGHT AT THE RACES
> SATURDAY, June 1st
The Keg Steakhouse Late Model Series
Outlaw 4 cylinders