Al Bakke saw his first stock car race in June, 1963.
A week later, he was helping out as an assistant flagman at the track; and by the end of the season he had a third place finish under his belt as a rookie driver. Continue reading “Veteran driver recalls early days of Saskatoon stock car racing”
A bond of kinship stretching back more than a decade connects the City of Martensville, Saskatchewan, with its ‘Sister City’ namesake,’ Martinsville, Virginia, USA. Continue reading “Martensville A&W 100 keeps sister city connection on track”
Devoted NASCAR fans started turning up at the Wyant Group Raceway a full six hours before the start of the feature race on Wednesday, July 25. Continue reading “Bootleg whiskey fuelled rise of stock car racing”