RICHMOND HILL, Ont. — The Southern Ontario Sprints series has revealed a points fund of $10,000 for the upcoming racing season.
This points fund is due to the support and generosity of Tammy Ten Media of Richmond Hill, Ontario.
“To be honest, I had feared we would have a minimal points fund for 2023,” SOS owner Peter Turford said. “I had promised the racers no race night purse reductions, but I had added we would not be emphasizing a points fund. I did not ever dream we would be able to put something together this quickly. I cannot stress how humbled I am that the Tammy Ten Media team would put so much faith in both the series and myself. I am truly excited and am looking forward to the challenge of maximizing this partnership.”
Tammy Ten Media is a multi-faceted design firm owned by John and Wendy Brush — known for logos, trade show banners and displays, and various other design solutions.
“We have a long tradition of associating ourselves with open wheel motorsports,” John Brush said. “We have worked hard to grow our business to the point that we can do more than our share for the Ontario and New York racing communities. We have long supported many tracks, series, and even drivers such as Jessica Zemken, Doug Didero, Mike Kruchka and Travis Cunningham. We are very pleased to help the Southern Ontario Sprints grow through our involvement.”
John has long supported open wheel racing, whether it be through Tammy Ten Media or another of his holdings, Corr/Pak Merchandising. He dates the beginning of his love of motorsports back to June 15, 1963, at Flamboro Speedway when he first saw one car in particular — the Tammy 10 driven by Canadian motorsports legend Harvey Lennox.
Since that night, Ontario motorsports have benefitted from the support of John and his companies.