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Thanks to all the racers fans and sponsors for another amazing season !!

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Who We Are


Ontario Street Outlaws History

Ontario Street Outlaws (OSO) was started in the Winter of 2015.  It was a group that was created to pass the Winter months until the racers could get back to racing in the Spring.  To date we have well over 5000 members.  I decided to put together actual race events for the local tracks and it has been growing ever since!  In 2016 we had 4 events and in 2017 we had 6 events plus one grudge shoot out.  In 2018 we ended up having the chance to go to OKC and race the guys from the 405.  It was a dream come true for all of us and it brought our group closer together because of it . Later that same year we were invited to go to Ohio and race the Ohio Outlaws ! Again another great trip and can only wait to see where 2019 will be taking us.  We will be running our series at St. Thomas Raceway Park,Toronto Motorsports Park and Grand Bend Motorplex for the 2019 season. 

The Races

The rules are simple, all your car has to do is be Street Legal and pass track tech.  All cars must hold current insurance and be licensed to drive on the streets. The list cars will continue to be divided up into the area codes which they come from (705, 519, 416, 905 ).  Each area code has a Top Ten and the fastest car is the number one spot holder and then it works its way to the slower cars at the number 10 spot.  For the cars that are not street legal they are put into the Unlimited class.  Unlimited will be divided into two different classes for 2019.The first one called Unlimited Outlaw ,it will be run the same  as the past years with a top ten list . The second called Unlimited Extreme Outlaw ,it will be run as a Shootout style event.  The third class Recruit Outlaw will be an introductory level class that will bring in people who are wanting to get into the sport with basically a “stock” car (11.50 or slower).


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Swag and Products

We have a wide variety of Hats,Shirts Sweaters and Stickers available as well we are a dealer for Hoosier Racing Tires , VP Race Fuels ,Skinnies Secret Sauce and many more Performance Parts. 

RACE SCHEDULE

We are working on our 2020 Schedule as we speak !! Stay Tuned

No Prep in 2020!

9:00am - 9:00pm

Grand Bend Motorplex

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We are working on our 2020 Schedule as we speak !! Stay Tuned

No Prep in 2020!

                     WHAT IS NO-PREP RACING

A no-prep race is like your average drag race except the track isn’t prepared for it. For a normal or traditional drag race there is a procedure that is accomplished before a race begins. To prepare the track, tyre rubber is scraped off and then the track is rinsed, brushed and dried. Additionally, the track surface is treated with PJ1 Trackbite or other chemicals to make sure that there is as much grip as possible, so cars don’t spin out of control. However, for no prep racing this process isn’t taken. There are a few motivations for a non-prepared track. The major motivation is that it replicates the conditions found on public roadways. There are motor sport followers who prefer no-prep racing over drag racing because it enables the racers to demonstrate that their cars can be competitive on a public roadway without having to race illegally and endangering themselves or anyone else out on the streets. Due to the reduced traction on non-prepared tracks, racers are required to be more skilful to not crash or lose control of their vehicle. No-prep racing borderlines between street racing and drag racing. It takes its race rules from drag racing and it is inspired by street racing as the track simulates the conditions found on regular motorways.

No-prep racing was created so a street race could take place in a safer environment like a dedicated race track. The Hot Rod Network interviewed Trent Eckhart who organises no prep races in Illinois and Steve Gillespie who is a racer about the beginnings of no-prep racing. Eckhart tells Hot Rod about how he initiated no-prep races. “no-prep is an evolution of street racing…we started running Real Street Drags at Great Lakes around 1999 or 2000, and at first, we ran it on days when the track wasn’t officially opened.” Eckhart goes on to explain that in no-prep racing, just like in street races, “racers can call one another out, give car lengths to a slower car, start on a flashlight or arm drop” (Hot Rod Network).

The popularity of no-prep racing has surged in the last few years. The street racing ambience and the unpredictable thrill of each race is fuelling the popularity of no-prep racing. Mike Murillo, who is a veteran drag racer and the co-owner of the Dirty South No-Prep Series said in an interview with writer Nick Gagala that “what makes it so exciting is that now we are going to races that are just insane as far as the risk, the danger—but you look up into the stands and they are packed.” Steve Gillespie tells the Hot Rot Network about how no-prep racing levels the playing field and that a racer with a lower budget can beat a racer with a high budget due to the non-preparation of the track. “The low-budget guy has the same chance to win as the high-dollar build. Everyone must go down the same surface. So, a guy that makes 2000 horsepower must turn it down to get down the surface. If he takes 800 horsepower out, and the guy that makes 1200 can use it all, it is an even drag race,” he said.

To conclude, no-prep racing can only increase in popularity and greatness. The unpredictability of who will win each race and the thrill of a street race environment is turning no-prep into an exciting prospect in the world of motorsport. References:

Gagala, Nick Outlaw Country: The Booming No Prep Drag Racing Scene. 2018. Outlaw Country: The Booming No Prep Drag Racing Scene. [ONLINE] Available at: https://bluetoad.com/publication/?

9:00am - 9:00pm

Grand Bend Motorplex

June 8 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #1

9:00am - 8:00pm

St Thomas Raceway Park

Event Details

June 8 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #1

The Fastest Street Cars in Ontario come to St Thomas Raceway park to kick off our 2019 Race 



9:00am - 8:00pm

St Thomas Raceway Park

June 22 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #2

9:00 am - 4:00pm

Toronto Motorsports Park

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June 22 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #2

This Event will showcase the fastest imports and bikes in 

9:00 am - 4:00pm

Toronto Motorsports Park

July 6 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #3

9:00am - 10:00pm

St Thomas Raceway Park

Event Details

July 6 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #3

List Racing for all the area codes plus the unlimited class 

9:00am - 10:00pm

St Thomas Raceway Park

July 13 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #4

9am - 4pm

Toronto Motorsports Park

Event Details

July 13 2019

ONTARIO STREET OUTLAWS Race #4

Imports and Bikes 

9am - 4pm

Toronto Motorsports Park

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2018 Highlights

One of the races that we did when we got to go to OKC to race the 405

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