Meet the Drivers

From Friday Night Thunder.

Derek Miller

#38 Crate Sprints

Derek Miller

Derek is a Crate Sprint driver who began racing in 2017 but before then, started racing in the thunderstock class at Ohsweken Speedway. Although known as a two-time Juno-Award winning musician from Six Nations, Derek is a racer at heart with a deep passion for all forms of motorsports.  Before Derek got into a car, … Continued

Joshua Hill

#69 Crate Sprints

Joshua Hill

This tight knit duo races every friday, without fail, in the Crate division. And if anything is wrong with the car, if they’re injured, if they aren’t feeling well…they will show up. For the Hill Bros, racing is just as much about the social time in the pits as it is time on the track … Continued

Matthew Hill

#MK8 Crate Sprints

Matthew Hill

This tight knit duo races every friday, without fail, in the Crate division. And if anything is wrong with the car, if they’re injured, if they aren’t feeling well…they will show up. For the Hill Bros, racing is just as much about the social time in the pits as it is time on the track … Continued

Alex Hill

#77x 360 Sprints

Alex Hill

Alex Hill, 19, is a student at California State University and is the only Indigenous woman to compete in the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) tour. She is also only the fourth woman in the 26-year history of the ASCS to complete the tour. She has won several races and has competed among some of … Continued

Aaron Turkey

#68 360 Sprints

Aaron Turkey

Aaron Turkey #68, is a first cousin of Glenn Styres and a member of his racing team. His Grandfather, Frankie Turkey tragically died at 27 years old in a car accident, but before that, had introduced Glenn to the world of racing. The colour orange, prevalent at Ohsweken Speedway, was inspired by and remains a … Continued

Glenn Styres

#0 360 Sprints RET.

Glenn Styres

Glenn Styres raced sprint cars in the # 0 for over 20 years. Brutal injuries and concussions sustained from numerous crashes led to early retirement from his beloved sport in 2019. But being owner of the speedway and a sprint car team wasn’t enough for Glenn. After being sidelined for most of the season, Glenn … Continued

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