MILLGROVE, Ontario — There will be many special moments at Flamboro Speedway this season, including the crowning of a champion.
Can-Am T.Q. Midget Series officials have revealed the tour’s 18-race schedule, which includes five visits to Flamboro Speedway, including the series’ championship night.
The series will visit the third-mile oval for its season opener on May 8, before returning on June 5, July 17, and Aug. 21. They will then crown a Can-Am Midget T.Q. Series champion at Flamboro on Sept. 25.
For more than 50 years, midget racing has taken place across North America, with the Can-Am Midget racing group standing as one of the most successful clubs in both Canada and the United States.
The series was only able to visit Flamboro Speedway on a single occasion during the pandemic-shortened 2020 campaign, but put on a show for the fans watching via GForceTV.
Darren Dryden scored the victory, marking his third win at Flamboro in the last three events, but was heavily challenged throughout, including a late-race battle with Daniel Hawn.
A mid-July weekend will feature the APC United Late Models and Super Stocks and T.Q. Can-Am Midgets set for Saturday, July 17, followed by the Pinty’s Series the next day.