Six Nations Glenn Styres inducted into national motorsport hall of fame

Glenn Styres

By Sam Laskaris Writer TORONTO-Glenn Styres managed to get some chuckles with the introduction of his acceptance speech for his induction into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame. It was announced this past September that Styres, who owns Ohsweken Speedway, was one of the 10 inductees via the Competitors/Motorsport Builders/Team Members/Significant Contributors category for the hall’s 2021 induction class. The induction ceremony, however, was staged this past Saturday in Toronto. Inductees from the 2020 class were also honoured in the ceremony held at the CBC’s Glenn Gould Studio. The COVID-19 pandemic had prevented an in-person ceremony for 2020 inductees last year. “Well I built a speedway in my front yard,” Styres said as he kicked off his thank you speech on Saturday. “And I had to tear the kids’ swing…

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