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PostSubject: 2010 AERS Canada Four Crown   Mon Aug 02, 2010 12:26 pm

Back to the roots of the AARO, back where they first raced, Canada. The AARO first formed as the Canadian Racing Association back in 1989 at the Saskatoon Speedway in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. After the CRA's last visit to the short oval, in 1992, Stadium Racways Inc, bought out the racetrack and planned another one, the Saskatchewan Stadium. In 1997, the Saskatoon Speedway was tore down, the site was left vacant for 5 years, before Stadium Raceways Inc, came to a deal with the AARO for a trip back to Saskatoon. The Saskatchewan Stadium construction started on June 17th, 2002. The track was to be state of the art, and is today. It took 7 years to complete the massive stadium, which holds 750,000 spectators into its massive grandstand which stretches all the way around the 1.2 mile racetrack....

....and then the Canada Four Crown idea came into the head of David Stone. The AARO president devised a schedule in which drivers would have to travel less, and have more competition for the Canada crowd, this is like another championship.

The Canada Four Crown is now the second most prestigious championship to win. Here's how it works:

There is 4 races, each will have a winner. Out of the winners, the most consistent in the 4 races will win the Canada Four Crown, it can only be won if you win one of the events.

The 4 tracks:

Sarnia Speedway: Sarnia, Ontario -- #43 Jonathon Ringer
Calgary Speedpark: Calgary, Alberta -- #24 Greg Sauer
Saskatchewan Stadium: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan -- #26 Jalen Scransen
Windsor Roadcourse: Windsor, Ontario -- #13 Fred Ritcher




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PostSubject: Re: 2010 AERS Canada Four Crown   Fri Aug 27, 2010 1:51 am

With a win at Saskatchewan, Jalen Scransen has won the 2010 Canada Four Crown.

Scransen and Ritcher had an extremely close battle in Four Crown points. Jalen Scransen's Avg. Finish of 17th edged out Ritcher's 17.25, making this years Four Crown the closest it has ever been in 11 Crowns.

Ritcher had won the past 2 of 5 Four Crowns, and 3 of 10, he would have got his 3rd of 5 and 4th of 11 if Scransen just finished one spot behind his Windsor finishing position.

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