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« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 20, 2018, 08:53:06 AM »

Full Throttle Race Weekend in Loudon, NH
For Immediate Release

Milverton, ON  Wednesday Sept. 19, 2018:   The NASCAR Pinty’s Series is about to make their way out of Canada to compete for the first time in the 12-year history of the series with a visit to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon this weekend for the Visit New Hampshire 100.  This will be race 12 of 13 in the series schedule as the teams take part in the tracks Full Throttle race weekend with the NASCAR Whelan Modifieds and the NASCAR K &N series.
Alex Tagliani driver of the #18 EpiPen/Rona/St Huberts Chevrolet Camaro is in the thick of the championship hunt sitting only five points behind leader L.P. Dumoulin with two races remaining. He has posted five top fives in the last five races with two wins, so he hopes to keep that momentum going.
“I would be lying if I didn’t say I was a little nervous for the race this weekend but still very exciting,” said Tagliani. “It is the point in the championship – the final straightaway and I can’t be prouder of the team and what they have accomplished so far this year. I think the reason I am nervous is there would be nothing that would make me happier than to bring them a championship. A couple of weeks ago I saw the emotion when we won at CTMP after that track has bitten us so many times. I among other would like to see the championship back in the hands of 22 Racing and we would love to put Chevrolet on top as well. The partners who have been with us - EpiPen have been excited and behind us all the way.  My passion for renovation brought us Rona as a sponsor and they have been amazing, Chevrolet 440 Laval for all their support as we drive around the country, Spectra Premium amazing radiators and they keep our engines cool. Certain Teed, thank you & Fast Wheels have been a long-time partner so I say thanks for all their products for contests & giveaways. MPI steering wheels, Jerry Hall design for the great look of our cars and ECC Engineering. Erb Transport who have been partner with the team for a long time. Those beautiful International trucks pulling our trailers across the country get a lot of attention.  Boomers Custom Airbrushing who provided us with the amazing Humboldt Broncos helmet. St Hubert have been a tremendous sponsor and LPB who make the Tag on the Go cookies that are so popular and don’t last long at the track as everyone loves them, they are peanut free to support my severe food allergy. Food Allergy Canada, we have been supporting them through my foundation for a few years now and.  Driven and Linda Jones, she is there for us and makes us look good. She is always cheering us on and behind us for PR and helps with the success the team has had.  It is the time of the year to think of everyone who supports us and the big organization we have and say thank you. I have been to NHMS before but in Indy Car and NASCAR will be a different animal all together. It is a race that could play a big part in our championship battle and that is also why I am a little nervous.”
Marc-Antoine Camirand driver of the GM Paille Chevrolet Camaro is coming off his first NASCAR Pinty’s Series win two weeks ago at Autodrome St. Eustache where he and his teammates ran up front all night long just missing out on a 1-2-3 finish.  Camirand known for his road course racing skills put on a clinic on how to win on a tough short track, leading the most laps and holding off charges from teammate Tagliani and others.
“After a strong result with my first victory at St. Eustache, all of my 22 Racing crew are very pumped up to race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway," said Camirand. "It is a new track for a lot of us and will be a challenge for me and the team but I’m very positive to do well there. Everyone knows now that we can win on oval tracks too and we look forward to racing for another win.”
Donald Theetge pilot of the #24 Mercedes-Benz St Nicolas/Circuit Acura Camaro has some experience at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in other racing series.  Coming off a top 5 finish at Autodrome St Eustache, Theetge is looking for that second win of the season that has just been outside his grasp a few times this year.
“I’m sure we are going to have a good weekend at Loudon," said Theetge. "I do know the track from past races in ACT and the NASCAR Xfinity Series and I know 22 Racing will give me another good car like always, so we hope to be challenging for the win in the 100 lap race."
New Hampshire Motor Speedway is a 1.058 flat oval track with 1 degree of banking on the straightaways and 2/7 degrees of banking in the corners.  It also has on site a 1.26-mile, 12 turn road course and a 0.25-mile Mini Oval.
Follow the 22 Racing Team on social media for up to the minute and behind the scenes updates on; Twitter @22RacingTeam, Facebook Fan Page 22racingteam and Instagram 22racingteam
About 22 Racing: 
22 Racing is owned by 4X NASCAR Pinty’s Series Champion Scott Steckly and is based out of Milverton Ontario in a new (2014) 7,500 square foot race shop. In 2018 they field three full time teams in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series with drivers Alex Tagliani, Marc-Antoine Camirand and Donald Theetge.  They have prepared and entered cars for drivers such as Christopher Bell, Jacques Villeneuve, James Buescher, Jeb Burton, Kaz Grala, L.P. Dumoulin, Max Papis and many others.  22 Racing provides turnkey solutions for drivers looking to compete in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. The 22 Racing Team is supported by the following sponsors:  Erb Group of Companies, AW Millwrights, Engineered Components Company, Castrol, Wendell Motors, Auto Glym, Mechanix Wear, Great Dane Glasvan, Safety Kleen, Wilride Transport, Lincoln Electric, Permatex & Dickies.

Photo Credit:  Jerry Hall
For more information please contact:
Linda Jones
(705) 730-4044
Flamboro Speedway / Flamboro Speedway – September 15, 2018 Recap
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 20, 2018, 08:52:04 AM »
Flamboro Speedway – September 15, 2018 Recap

With the champions set to be crowned soon at Flamboro Speedway, every single point matters and that is showing in the racing fans are witnessing each weekend this month.

Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series

When it came time for qualifying, Chad McGlynn set the fastest time at 16.128 seconds ahead of Kevin Gallant (16.226), Kevin Allen (16.447), Tim Tolton (16.511), and Jaeger McMaster (16.519).

The feature would see lots of action from start to finish as the drivers battled hard throughout the 100 laps. There would be some incidents on-track, as well as some mechanical failures, but the fans couldn’t say that they weren’t entertained.

Stu Robinson Jr., who started the event in third following the re-draw, would make his way to the front, scoring the feature victory. Kevin Allen finished second, and was crowned the 2018 Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series Champion. Brent Wheller finished third, followed by Tim Tolton, Jaeger McMaster, Joe Trafford, Mike Hrynuik Jr., and Kevin Trevellin.

Bob Merrifield was the first driver to not finish the event, ranked 10th, followed by Bob Schultheiss, Doug Cathcart, Scott Laporte, Chad McGlynn, Alvin McNicol, Adam Martin, Barndon Huras, and Kevin Gallant.

Lucas Oil Can-Am Midgets

Adrian Stahle would score the victory in the first feature ahead of Brandon Aavarella, Steve Murdock, Ryan Fraser, Cassidy March, Mark Schultz, Dominique Smith, Cory Whittam, Dave Miller, Luc Munsie, Darren Dryden, and Bob Bailey, while Tim Kovacs failed to finish.

Cory Whittam used his starting spot to his advantage to score the win in the second feature, while Stahle made his way through the field for a runner-up. Zavarella finished third, followed by Dryden, Murdock, Fraser, Munsie, Smith, March, Miller, Schultz, and Bailey, as Kovacs once again failed to finish.

Klotz Engine Repair & Machine Shop Mini Stocks

Entering the night ranked second in the standings, Jake Gilbert knew he had to gain as many point as he could on Shawn Taylor to keep his title hopes alive.

Gilbert would gain the most points in the first feature by scoring the victory. Wayde Thorne finished second, followed by Rodney Rutherford, Erik Della Riva, Shawn Taylor, Kyle Istead, Rich Schwartzenburg, David Gallinger, Jonathan Ayrton, Kyle DaSilva, Mike Gilmour, Wendy Adams, Mike Hooper, and Mark Klotz. Unfortunately, mechanical issues sidelined Karl Sault, Tyler Lewis, and Kaitlyn Wallace.

Shawn Taylor kept the title picture interesting by winning the second feature ahead of Thorne, Gilbert, Istead, Sault, Gallinger, Ayrton, Klotz, Adams, Gilmour, DaSilva, Hooper, and Della Riva. Rutherford and Schwartzenburg would fail to finish, while Lewis and Wallace failed to take the green flag.

McClurkin Properties Pure Stocks

Ryan Hillar scored his third feature victory of the season ahead of Dylan Sharpe, Mark Thorne, Clinton Kerkhoff, Courtney Scott, Mark Dennis, Jared Bodnar, Leo Labarbera, Jeff Miller, Dale Lucas, Bill Rutherford, John Cote, Mark McCaig, Brad Prevett, and Brian Gamble.

Jared Bodnar took advantage of his good starting position to snag his first victory of the season ahead of Kerkhoff, Labarbera, Sharpe, Hillar, Scott, McCaig, Rutherford, Cote, Dennis, Lucas, Gamble and Prevett. Miller failed to take the green flag, while Mark Thorne was disqualified for inappropriate behavior.

Pro 4 Modifieds

Points leader Rodney Rutherford scored his fifth feature win of 2018 ahead of Cliff Hodgkinson, Dan Pettit, Dave Hodgkinson, and Mark Lucas, while Shannon Morris unfortunately failed to take the green flag.

Mark Lucas, who entered the night ranked second in points, scored his sixth feature win of the season ahead of Rutherford, Dave Hodgkinson, Pettit, Cliff Hodgkinson, while Morris failed to take the green flag.

Thanks to Mike Keiers for taking photos of the action. You can see those images at

This Saturday night will be special as the 2018 Flamboro Speedway Champions will be crowned for all the track’s divisions. It’ll be a busy night with the Pro Late Models, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks, Pure Stocks, and Pro 4 Modifieds all in action, along with the Canadian Vintage Modifieds paying another visit this season.

Don’t forget that we don’t end the year with championship night, though, as the big Frostoberfest weekend will follow on September 29 and 30, along with the Halloween Enduro on October 20.

Gate details and admission prices, along with the full schedule for Flamboro Speedway this season can be found on the track’s website at

Be sure to keep up with the latest by following the speedway on Twitter at and Instagram at

Race Report by Ashley McCubbin
ACT / Former ARCA Champion Mitchell Officially Enters Milk Bowl
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 20, 2018, 08:51:18 AM »
Former ARCA Champion Mitchell Officially Enters Milk Bowl

Barre, VT – This year, the thirst for victory in the Milk Bowl will extend far beyond the Northeast. West Des Moines, Iowa’s Mason Mitchell, the 2014 ARCA Racing Series Champion, has officially entered the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank and will look to bring the famed milk can trophy back to the heartland.


Mitchell will make his debut on the Barre high banks in the prestigious event on Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30 as first reported by He will drive a car owned by 7-time White Mountain Motorsports Park Late Model Champion Quinny Welch and prepared by Crazy Horse Racing, a premier American-Canadian Tour (ACT) chassis builder based in South Paris, Maine.


The 24-year-old has become familiar with Thunder Road through his own interest in short track racing and his friendship with Austin Theriault, the 2017 ARCA Champion and a former ACT competitor. He said he started talking about entering the event months ago, but admitted “your answer is as good as mine” as to how the idea came about.


“I’ve known of the track for a long time, and I know it’s a special race that’s coming up,” Mitchell said. “And with my current situation, I thought, ‘Heck, why not? Let put something together.’ It’s going to be totally random, but I’m looking forward to it.”


In addition to being his first visit to Thunder Road, the Milk Bowl will also be Mitchell’s first time behind the wheel of an ACT Late Model. He has been doing his homework on both the cars and the track in preparation for his debut.


“I’ve been watching film as much as I can and taking notes,” he said. “I’ve been talking to a few local drivers that have been more than helpful with any questions I’ve had. The team I’m running for obviously has a lot of experience, so I’m leaning on those guys as much as I can to help me get up to speed as soon as I can. I’ve just been using all of the friends and resources I can to help me learn.”


“The track and the competitors are no slouches,” Mitchell added. “I have huge respect for everybody who races the event and for the guys who race weekly there. The track looks like a blast to drive. It’s a short track, but it looks like it you have to have a lot of discipline, or it can come out and bite you. It puts on some great races – I’ve watched a ton of video on YouTube. And it’s great to see how the fans come out and support it. You don’t see that (in short track racing) as much as you used to. It’s cool to see that interaction.”


For Mitchell, the event is also the first major step in getting back to what he loves about racing. Since winning the ARCA championship, Mitchell had competed on an increasingly sporadic basis behind the wheel while running his Mason Mitchell Motorsports team. Mitchell elected to shut the team down this past July and is looking forward to just enjoying racing at Milk Bowl Weekend.


“It might seem like a negative, but (shutting down my team) was actually a positive for me,” Mitchell said. “It’s allowing me to regroup and refocus so I can get myself behind the wheel. With the situation I was in with my team, we had a lot of success, but I wasn’t able to drive. And the reason I got involved with racing was so I could be driving and enjoy it, and I just wasn’t enjoying it doing what I was doing. So I decided to shut my team down and regroup and get back behind the wheel. This is really the first opportunity I’ve had and position I’ve been able to put myself in to get to racing again.”


“This sounds crazy, but I haven’t been this excited to go a race track and race probably since my ARCA debut,” he continued. “It’s more than just going to a race for me. It’s the whole element of going up there, racing for a team, enjoying myself, and being able to focus on just one thing, and that’s doing the best job I can possibly do for the team and for the people that helped me put this whole deal together. For all the years that I raced ARCA – except for when I first started – I was always racing for myself. When you’re doing that, the ups are probably more enjoyable than anything you can ever do in life, but the downs are just an awful experience, and you’ve got so much on your plate to deal with all the time. It’s way more than just focusing on racing. You’ve got to do so much more, so it takes a lot of the fun out of it. This is just so much more fun. We’ve been working on this for a long time, we’ve known we’ve been wanting to do the event for a while, and we put it together a long time ago. I’ve been so anxious, pumped up, and excited to do this race for months now, and it’s right around the corner.”


Mitchell’s quest to take home the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl begins with Booth Bros./H.P. Hood Qualifying Day on Saturday, September 29 at 1:00pm. The Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models will set the first 22 spots on the 26-car starting grid with Time Trials and 50-lap qualifying races to help set the 26-car starting field. Sunday, September 30 will see the Last Chance “B” Feature at 12:15pm followed by Milk Bowl Opening Ceremonies at 1:00pm. The Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers, Allen Lumber Street Stocks, and New England Dwarf Cars are also on the schedule for both Saturday and Sunday.


Adult admission for the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl is $30 for a 2-day Saturday/Sunday ticket and $10 for Saturday only. Kids age 12 and under will be admitted free on both days. The front gates open at 10:00am on Saturday and Sunday.


For more information, contact the Thunder Road offices at (802) 244-6963,, or visit

Michael R. Stridsberg
Thunder Road Speedbowl
Media Director
(802) 244-6963 ext. 6

BRIGHTON, Ont. – The 51st season at Brighton Speedway has sped by faster than the competition on the track. Although only one weekend of dirt racing remains on the schedule it certainly is a case of ‘saving the best for last’. Cool 100 presents the 14th Annual Applefest Shootout Weekend along with Lucas Oil Products, Coca-Cola, VP Fuels and Image Factor Media.  The action packed two-night program runs Friday, September 21st and Saturday, September 22nd.

The excitement begins on Friday night at 7:00 PM as the DIRTcar Sportsman Series will compete in their first night of back to back series events. Friday will also feature the first of two nights for the Northeast Late Model Alliance as well as a special Comp 4 / Mini Stocks event.  Thunder Stocks will get a warm up for their Saturday night 50 lap event and Friday will mark the second visit of the season by the Eastern Ontario Vintage Stock Car Club.

An exciting ALL NEW format is on tap for Saturday.  New this year heats and time trials will begin at 3:00 PM in the afternoon.  After all the heats are complete the speedway will take a short break for track rework as well as redraws for all five divisions will take place in the court yard at 6:00 PM.  Then at 7:00 PM the real action that will include 235 Feature laps will take to the track!  “This new format will allow us to run through the races at a reasonable pace well taking the appropriate time to celebrate the great event that this is. In the past we have had to rush through the events and haven’t event been able to have proper victory lane ceremonies due to time constraints and this will not be an issue with the new start time” states track promoter Mark Rinaldi. 

Saturday will feature the return of the DIRTcar 358 Modifieds as they compete in the $5,000 to win, 75 lap Applefest Shootout. The Northeast Late Model Alliance will return for the 50 lap Great Crate Race. The winner of that event will walk away with $4,000. Saturday will also include three $1,000 to win races as DIRTcar Sportsman Series will return along with the finale for the Insta Insulation  Duel on the Dirt Thunder Stock Series and the Canadian Modified/UMP Modified Showdown.

Six drivers have etched their name in the DIRTcar 358 Modified portion of the Applefest Shootout history books. Mat Williamson won his first Applefest Shootout in 2017 and dethroned the events only three time winner Eric Rudolph (2014, 2015, 2016). Two drivers have won the event twice, including Mario Clair (2007, 2013) and Pete Bicknell (2008, 2010). Kyle Dingwall won the inaugural event in 2005 and Tim O’Brien picked up a victory in 2011. The race was rained out in 2006, 2009 and 2012.

Brent Begolo and Johnathan Ferguson picked up their first Applefest basket of apples in 2017 winning on Friday and Saturday night respectively.  Combined there have been eleven different drivers that have won the DIRTcar Sportsman part of the event. Cody McPherson (2012, 2016) and Gary Lindberg (2014, 2015) are the only two drivers to have won twice. In addition to the 2017 winners, six different drivers including Martin Pelletier (2016), Shane Pecore (2013), Chris Herbison (2010), Nic Cupolo (2009), James Michael Friesen (2008) and Mark D’Ilario (2007) also have a single win in the Sportsman race at Applefest.

The Great Crate Race has seen four different winners over the first six editions of the race. Charlie Sanderock is the most recent winner and has managed to claim the checkers three years in a row (2015, 2016, 2017) and has not lost yet this season in the combined NLMA events picking up the most recent win back in August at the Cornwall Motor speedway.  Dale Caswell of West Monroe, NY is the only other repeat winner with back-to-back wins in 2013 and 2014 and will be on hand to try and de-throne Sandercock in the 2018 running of the event.  Lee Gill of Lafargeville, NY won the inaugural race in 2011 while Chuck Meyers claimed the victory in 2012.

Additional event information is available at and

Photo Credit: Rod Henderson

IMG 2514   2017 winner Mat Williamson took home the prize in the 75 Lap DIRTcar 358 Modified Division and is set to return this weekend to try it all again.


Cool 100 Applefest Shootout Weekend!

Brought to you in part by VP Racing Fuels, Lucas Oil,, Coca Cola, Hoosier Racing Tires, Dibbits Excavating, Vanderlaan Building Products, Hotch’s Auto Parts.

Event Schedule

Friday, September 22 – 7PM Start
VP Racing Fuels DIRTcar Sportsman Series (35 Laps – $1000-to-win)
Lucas Oil Go North East Late Model Alliance (30 Laps – $1200-to-win)
Coca Cola Eastern Ontario Vintage Stock Car Club (25 Laps)
Cool 100 Comp 4 Open – Home Track Rules Apply (25 Laps)
Hoosier Racing Tires Thunder Stocks – (20 Laps)

Pit Gate: 3:00pm, Spectator Gate: 5:30pm, Racing Starts: 7:00pm
Pit Admission: $30 Members, $35 Non-Members
Admission – Adults: $20, Youths/Seniors: $18, Children (7-12): $5, Under 6: Free, Family Pass: $55

Saturday, September 23 – 3PM Start DIRTcar 358 Modified Shootout (75 Laps – $5000-to-win)
Hotch’s Auto Parts  Northeast Late Model Alliance Great Crate Race (50 Laps – $4000-to-win)
VP Racing Fuels DIRTcar Sportsman Series (35 Laps – $1000-to-win)
Cool 100 Canadian Mod/ UMP Modified Challenge (25 Laps – $1000 to win)
Hoosier Racing Tires Duel on the Dirt Thunder Stock Series (40 Laps – $1000-to-win)

Pit Gate: 2:00pm, Spectator Gate: 1:00pm, Racing Starts: 3:00pm
Pit Admission: $35 members, $40 non-members
Admission – Adults: $30, Youths/Seniors: $25, Children (7-12): $7, Under 6: Free, Family Pass: $80.

About Cool 100: Cool 100 is Today’s Best Country Music Radio and the #1 Country Station in Eastern Ontario, Belleville and the Quinte Region for Country Western and New Country Hits. Listen live at 100.1FM or online at

About Coca-Cola: Coca-Cola® was invented by Atlanta pharmacist, John Smith Pemberton in 1886. Since that time, The Coca-Cola Company has grown to represent over 400 different brands in 200 countries. Coca-Cola® beverages have been sold and distributed in Canada for more than one hundred years. In 1906, the first Canadian-made Coca-Cola® bottles came off the production line at 65 Bellwoods Avenue in Toronto. Brighton Speedway is proud to offer Coca-Cola products on race days. For more information, visit

About Hoosier Racing Tire: Established in the 1950s, Hoosier Racing Tire is the largest race tire manufacturer in the world. Hoosier has grown to produce over 1000 different types of race tires. The company has its own 300-mph test wheel; a technology center; state-of-the-art, fully-integrated production facilities recently adding a high-tech mixing plant, with enough capacity to produce not only for Hoosier Racing Tire, but to have the ability to produce rubber for additional entities as well as a model sales and distribution network. Visit for more information.

About Image Factor Media: Image Factor Media offers a number of graphic design services to race teams, speedways and motorsport sponsors. By making your image a factor you will show fans and sponsors that you mean business. Whether its apparel, websites, autograph cards, flyers, poster, event tickets or sponsorship proposals Image Factor Media can provide the services and products needed for every budget. Explore your options at

About Lucas Oil: Lucas has been involved in the Canadian motorsports industry since 1999. They are a proud sponsor of many racers and racing events across the country. As sales in Canada increase, so does Lucas Oil’s commitment to motorsport sponsorship and community events. Lucas Oil remains committed to producing only the highest quality premium automotive, heavy duty, industrial and specialty oil products. For more information, visit Lucas Oil online at

About VP Racing Fuels: VP is recognized by many as the world leader in race fuel technology, with a catalog of nearly 70 fuel blends and a growing roster of VP-fueled champions across the entire spectrum of motorsports. VP’s reputation for product quality, along with superior service and technical support, helped secure its position as the Official Racing Fuel of the largest racing sanctioning body in the world–NHRA Championship Drag Racing. VP is also a sponsor of nearly 60 other series and sanctioning bodies, including World of Outlaws Sprint Cars and World of Outlaws Late Models among many others. Find out more at

About the Eastern Ontario Vintage Stock Car Club: The Eastern Ontario Vintage Stock Car Club (EOVSCC) is a travelling series of open-wheel modifieds styled as 1950s, 60s, 70s, and 80s stock cars. The EOVSCC was formed with the intent of providing a safe, affordable and competitive racing platform to honour and showcase the historical roots of dirt stock car racing in Ontario. The club offers a very exciting and unique brand of Dirt Modified Racing throughout Eastern Ontario and Northern New York State. For more information, visit

Brighton Speedway Newsletter: Sign-up for the Brighton Speedway newsletter and get all speedway information delivered straight to your email inbox! Get track news, information, and updates directly to your email twice a week. It takes just two minutes to sign-up. Click here to get started!

Brighton Speedway Social Media: Follow Brighton Speedway’s Official Social Media Accounts
Twitter: @BrightonSpdwy
Instagram: @BrightonSpdwy

About Brighton Speedway: Brighton Speedway is a 1/3-mile clay stock car racing oval located on the shores of Lake Ontario in Brighton, Ont. The speedway hosts five weekly stock car divisions on Saturday nights from May to September.

Brighton Speedway mailing address: 775 County Road 64, Brighton, ON, K0K 1H0
Press Releases / Kevin Bridge Picks Up Top-Five Finish at Sunset Speedway
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 19, 2018, 11:12:43 AM »
Kevin Bridge Picks Up Top-Five Finish at Sunset Speedway
INNISFIL, Ontario — Kevin Bridge battled hard throughout the Great Lakes Concrete Series feature on Sunday en route to a top-five finish.

He would start off the afternoon with a victory in the first heat, followed by a third-place finish in the second qualifier.

Starting fifth for the 35-lap feature, he began to make his way forward immediately, moving into second on the start. Unfortunately, he would not remain there for long, dropping back to fourth over the next three laps. He’d remain there through the rest of the feature, unable to catch the leaders en route to a fourth-place finish.

The final race of the Great Lakes Concrete Series is scheduled for Sunset Speedway on Sunday, September 23. Qualifying, though, will take place on Saturday, September 22.

Kevin Bridge Racing is proud to be supported by LiUNA, Coldwell Banker – Kincardine, UPI Energy, Spira Fire Protection, Permatex, Huronview Insurance Brokers Ltd., Daniel Kelley Custom Cabinetry, Gilcreest Speed and Custom, and Castrol.

Be sure to keep up on all the happenings this season by liking the Kevin Bridge Racing facebook page at, and following Bridge on twitter at

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Cameron McGlashan Scores Fifth Straight Top-10 at Sunset Speedway
INNISFIL, Ontario — Cameron McGlashan capped off the 2018 season at Sunset Speedway on a positive note, scoring his fifth straight top-10 finish.

He was fast in the heats, scoring a pair of top-fives with a fourth and second.

Starting seventh in the feature, he would move up to sixth in the first 10 laps, finding himself in a close battle for seventh with Alex Hastie at the halfway point. The pair would go back and forth through the middle portion of the event until Lap 24. McGlashan would then chase down Bob Phinnemore in the final 10 laps, passing him to cross the finish line in sixth.

The Dave Middel-owned mustang is proud to receive sponsorship from G.D. Coates Used Car Superstore, Arbor Aces Tree Care Inc, ORVAuto, and Orillia Metal Fabrication.

Keep up with Cameron McGlashan and McGlashan Motorsports by liking their facebook page at and following Cameron McGlashan on twitter at

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Press Releases / Travis McLean Survives Sunset Chaos for Top-10 Finish
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 19, 2018, 11:11:47 AM »
Travis McLean Survives Sunset Chaos for Top-10 Finish
INNISFIL, Ontario — Despite the high temperatures and contact on track causing trouble for his competitors, Travis McLean made his way through the chaos for a top-10 finish on Sunday at Sunset Speedway.

McLean started off the afternoon by placing eighth and ninth in his pair of qualifying heats.

Starting 14th for the 50-lap feature, he dropped back a spot in the opening laps, but avoided a pair of incidents to crack the top-10 as of Lap 18. Restarting 10th with 32 laps to go, he’d remain there through the middle portion of the feature, trying to find the quick way around the oval. Unfortunately, he would get sideways off of turn four on Lap 38, going around for a quick spin for the race’s sixth caution. Restarting from the tail of the field, he would battle hard through the final laps, crossing the finish line in eighth. Notably, that marks his fifth consecutive top-10 finish.

Be sure to keep up with McLean Motorsports all season long by liking their facebook page at


By: Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Press Releases / Ryan Semple Sees Strong Run Spoiled at Sunset Speedway
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 19, 2018, 11:11:19 AM »
Ryan Semple Sees Strong Run Spoiled at Sunset Speedway
INNISFIL, Ontario — Finding the familiar speed back in the No. 64, Ryan Semple was working his way to the front on Sunday afternoon at Sunset Speedway when contact would see his afternoon end early.

The team would elect to race at Sunset Speedway on Saturday night as part of the track’s championship festivities, finishing second and eighth in the qualifying heats.

Starting fifth for the 50-lap feature, he would move up to fourth on the initial start, remaining there until the first caution came out on Lap 2 for an incident in turns three and four. He’d remain in third until Lap 7, getting up alongside Dustyn Mombourquette for second. He would take the spot four laps later, moving up into the runner-up position. Through the rest of the feature, he would work at chasing down the eventual feature winner Dan Archibald, but was unable to make up the ground. In the progress, though, he held off all challenges from behind him, crossing the finish line with a second-place finish.

On Sunday, he was once again fast in qualifying, finishing third and second in his pair of heats. Starting eighth for the 50-lap feature, he began to make up ground immediately, moving into the sixth position on Lap 5. Following a quick caution with 43 laps to go, he moved up into fourth, challenging Ken Grubb and passing him for third on Lap 12. Following another yellow flag at Lap 15 for an incident, he would battle side-by-side for second with Gerrit Tiemersma. The battle wouldn’t go smoothly there either, as contact entering turn three sent Semple around, leaving Carson Nagy nowhere to go as he made significant contact with Semple, ending both of their races early.

As always, be sure to like the Semple Motorsports facebook page at to keep the latest news, and find out where Semple will be racing next this season.

Semple Motorsports is proud to be supported by Auto Trim Design, Paul Sadlon Motors, The Co-operators Lila J. Sloss & Associates, Clearview Heating & Air Conditioning Supply, Streamline Race Products, and CRP.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
Press Releases / Ethan Constable Caught up in Crash at Sunset Speedway
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 19, 2018, 11:10:42 AM »
Ethan Constable Caught up in Crash at Sunset Speedway
INNISFIL, Ontario — After entering the night with high hopes following a couple back-to-back strong runs, Ethan Constable’s night ended early on Saturday at Sunset Speedway.

The night didn’t start off smoothly, with Constable running into issues during the first qualifying race. He would then bounce back for a fourth-place finish in the second heat.

Starting 15th for the feature, he would look set to make up ground early, though a car would go around for a spin ahead of him on Lap 2, leaving him nowhere to go. As a result, the No. 11 Super Stock would suffer heavy front end damage, ending Constable’s night early.

The team immediately went to work in the shop to fix the damage sustained, with hopes of scoring another strong finish their next time out. Constable had entered the night following a pair of podium finishes, with eight top-10’s on the scoreboard for the 2018 campaign.

Constable is proud to be supported by Lefroy Plumbing, Innisfil Garage Doors,, RTI Equipment Solutions, Sturdy Power Lines, and Mr. Auto Service.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin
Ron Quesnelle Caps Off Season with 10th Consecutive Top-Five
INNISFIL, Ontario — The KDR Motorsports team will enter the off-season with smiles on their faces after Ron Quesnelle ended the season with his 10th consecutive top-five finish.

With a 60-lap feature on tap for the night, there would be a pair of 10-lap heats ran to set the starting grid, with Quesnelle placing second and third in those.

Starting fifth in the feature, he’d fall back in the early stages, running seventh as of Lap 11. He would begin to make his way forward, though, moving up to fourth on a restart with 44 laps to go after a single-car spin. Following a caution for a single-car spin at Lap 45, Quesnelle would get the third spot from Dwayne Baker on the restart, but fell back to fourth with six laps to go. He’d battle hard on the final green-white-checkered to keep the spot, crossing the finish line in fourth.

The KDR Motorsports’ No. 57 Late Model is proud to have sponsorship from Triplecrete Limited, Hassell Automotive, Emco Waterworks, D&S Collision Centre, Forterra Pipe & Precast, and Fierce Wraps for the 2018 campaign.

Press Release by Ashley McCubbin/AM Marketing –
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