The eastern Canadian province of Ontario is home to a dynamic Top Sportsman racing scene. One of the most talented stay-close-to-home teams from that area is the Ingersollbased duo of Bill Wilson and Rob Gray. That team races a superconsistent 2002 Chevy Cavalier, which traces its origins back to being a Jegs Pro Stock car in its previous life. The self-funded, independent team uses an alcohol-fueled 706ci big-block, which they spray with nitrous oxide when needed. With runs in the low 6.8-second zone and over 202 mph, the Wilson & Gray Cavalier established itself a long time ago as one of the toughest Chevy cars in eastern Canada. That includes winning season points championships for both the PMRA and USDS Canadian circuits. An interesting dimension to the team is that Bill and Rob (who have been racing partners for over 25 years) also share the driving duties, throwing the keys back and forth to one another after each event.