Round five of six for the 2019 Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model series was held at Jukasa Motor Speedway during the Canadian Short Track Nationals weekend.
The total payout for the seventy-five-lap race exceeded $46,000 with $10,000 going to the winner.
The healthy payout attracted competitors not only from Ontario but the United States as well.
Outlaw Super Late Models are prepared to a minimal set of guidelines. Cars competing in the Canadian Short Track Nationals were required to meet the rules established by the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model or the American Late Model Alliance series. Some additional requirements for this event included an eighty-two-inch track width and ten-inch wide steel wheels fitted with American Racer tires. Carburetors are limited to 850-cfm and cars using crate engines must weigh no less than 2,625-lbs. and while built motor vehicles have a minimum weight of 2,700-lbs.
At Jukasa Motor Speedway, eighteen teams would be competing in the seventy-five-lap Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model race.
|Eighteen Outlaw Super Late Model competitors enter Jukasa Motor Speedway’s third turn for the start of their seventy-five-lap feature event. Starting on the pole is last year’s third-place finisher, Phil Bozell. Sharing the front row with Bozell is his father, Andy. Gridded third in the No. 25 Super Late Model was J.R. Roarhrig. Beside Roarhrig is his teammate and the defending race winner, Tyler Roarhrig.|
|At the Canadian Short Track Nationals last year, Michigan’s, Phil Bozell finished third in the Outlaw Super Late Model contest. In 2019, Bozell was at the top of the scoring monitor after seventy-five-laps of racing. Starting from the pole, he surrendered the lead early in the contest. But with the retirements of Cayden Lapcevich and Tyler Roahrig, he was back out front after the final restart and led the remaining laps for the $10,000 payday.|
|Finishing second in the seventy-five-lap Outlaw Super Late Model contest was the winner’s father, Andy Bozell. A veteran of the Super Late Model category, Bozell jumped out to an early lead and held on to the top spot until the lap-40 restart when he was passed by the entries of Cayden Lapcevich, Phil Bozell and Tyler Roahrig. However, Bozell gained two positions when Lapcevich and Roahrig retired on lap-59 and finished second.|
|Local competitor, Glenn Watson spun on the first lap exiting corner two – to avoid hitting, Wayne Issacs when around as well but was able to continue. With the car pointed in the right direction, the seventh-place starter continued. Watson progressed through the field but was only able to advance to the fifth position. With the retirements of Cayden Lapcevich and J.R. Roahrig, he was elevated to a third-place finish.|
|The local favourite was the 2016 NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion, Cayden Lapcevich. Lapcevich competed in round-three of the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model championship at Flamboro Speedway where he scored an easy victory. At the Jukasa Motor Speedway event, Lapcevich was scheduled to start second but went to the back of the field after fixing a brake issue. He charged to the front but retired when his engine failed.|
|The current Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model point’s leader, John Cadman drove the No. 71 Chevrolet Camaro with backing from the Canadian Concrete Expo. Cadman was gridded ninth for the seventy-five-lap feature. He moved up the race order and with the retirement of Cayden Lapcevich and J.R. Roahrig, he grabbed fourth-place. Unfortunately, a broken right-front hub took him out of the contest with just four laps remaining.|
|Starting third was J.R. Roahrig in the No. 25 Chevrolet-powered machine with sponsorship from 1st Choice Auto Body and George’s Grain Farm. From the drop of the Starter’s green flag, Roahrig maintained pace with the leaders. He moved into first place on the lap-40 restart but two circuits later, Roahrig was passed by Cayden Lapcevich. The pair ran in tandem until lap-52 when he retired with a flat right-front tire.|
|The top-three finishers for the Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model race during the Canadian Short Track Nationals weekend at Jukasa Motor Speedway. To the left is the runner-up from Michigan, Andy Bozell. And, on the right, is the highest placed Canadian, Glenn Watson. In the center, is the winner of the seventy-five-lap event and $10,000 cheque, Phil Bozell.|
|FINISH||START||DRIVER||SPONSOR / CAR||LAPS||RETIREMENTS|
|1||5||Phil Bozell||Leclair Racing / Chevrolet||75||-|
|2||4||Andy Bozel||AMSOIL / Chevrolet||75||-|
|3||7||Glenn Watson||Line-X / Chevrolet||75||-|
|4||10||Roy Passer||Jenco Equipment / Chevrolet||74||-|
|5||18||Gary McLean||On-Air Boss/Castrol / Chevrolet||74||-|
|6||9||John Cadman||Canadian Concrete Expo / Chevrolet Camaro||71||Hub|
|7||15||Jamie Richardson||Local 793 Operators and Engineers / Cadillac||71||-|
|8||11||Adrian Foster||TBA / Chevrolet Camaro||70||-|
|9||14||Mike Miller||Ohsweken Speedway / Ford Mustang||69||-|
|10||17||Chris Burrows||Burrow Boyz Racing / Chevrolet||68||-|
|11||12||Dario Capichio||Jenco Equipment Inc. / Chevrolet Camaro||68||-|
|12||2||Cayden Lapcevich||Ron O'Brien Re/Max / Chevrolet||57||Engine|
|13||3||JR Roahrig||AP Racing Engines / Chevrolet||56||Suspension|
|14||13||Stu Robinson, Jr.||South Shore Services / Chevrolet||38||Did Not Finish|
|15||6||Harold Fair Jr.||Ross Mortgage / Chevrolet||32||Did Not Finish|
|16||1||Tyler Roahrig||AP Racing Engines / Chevrolet||31||Did Not Finish|
|17||8||Rick Spencer-Walt||McColl Racing / Chevrolet||16||Did Not Finish|
|18||16||Wayne Issacs||Smurf's Towing / Chevrolet||15||Did Not Finish|
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