Running those homebuilt Fords in the Ancaster dust

There were very few purpose-built auto racing tracks in Canada after the Second World War.

Most oval track racing took place on existing horse tracks at county fairgrounds. Some former military airfields, such as the ones at Jarvis and Kohler were turned into road circuits and drag strips with their wide expanses of concrete.

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Ancaster's Shaver Homestead

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