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Veteran driver recalls early days of Saskatoon stock car racing

Al Bakke, at age 81, is right at home in the saddle

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”

Martensville A&W 100 keeps sister city connection on track

Former Martensville Mayor Giles Saulnier holds the Town of Martensville flag at the Martinsville, Virginia Speedway in 2008

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”