* Ross joined the Vancouver Island Track Racing Association (V.I.T.R.A.) in 1963.
* His first year of driving competition began
in 1964. He campaigned a 1938Buick with a straight 8 engine in the Stock
Car class. He was awarded the Dick Willoughby Sportsmanship Trophy and
finished the year in 2nd place in
* Switched to a 1950 Ford Coupe for the 1965 season and was most successful withit. He won the Championship Race and ended up first in overall points for the year.
* 1966 saw Ross competing primarily in Nanaimo with V.I.T.R.A. He was again crowned points champion and also won the Sponsor's Trophy.
* In 1967, Ross ended the year in 2nd place. He also repeated as the Willoughby Sportsmanship Trophy winner; the July Cup winner; and the track record holder.
* Ross moved up to the new Super Stock class in 1968. He campaigned a 1958 Ford to a first place finish in total points for the year.
* He was again overall champion in 1970. He
also won many awards including: theJuly Cup, the Sponsor's Trophy, the
Corby Cup (most Main Event wins), the
* Ross won the prestigous Canada 200 race in 1972 with his 1969 Ford Torino race car.
* 1973 saw him 2nd in overall points in the International Drivers Challenge event; qualified for the Permatex 200 in Riverside, California; win the Rainier Sportsman 250; win the Belmont Stakes Race at Langley Speedway; and win the B. C. Superstock Championship.
* After a brief retirement, he came back out
behind the wheel of an O.T.R.A. (Old Time Racers Association) race car,
competing throughout the Pacific Northwest for a couple of seasons. He
again won his share of races with this organization.