The Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model series was formed at the end of the 2017 season by promoters from Peterborough Speedway,
Sauble Speedway, Jukasa Motor Speedway, Flamboro Speedway and Sunset Speedway.
Their aim was to grow Ontarioís fastest full-body stock car shows by ensuring that the Super Late Models are prepared to a
consistent set of rules, there arenít scheduling conflicts and healthy purses to attract competitors.
Unfortunately, the 2020 season was canceled due to the ongoing worldwide pandemic.
Due to COVID and a tire shortage, 2021 got off to a late start and organizers had to cancel the first event.
This yearís championship kicks off in late July at Sunset Speedway in an event promoted by OSCAAR and is followed by a race two weeks later at Sauble Speedway. The schedule takes the series to Peterborough Speedway in late August. The penultimate round will be held at Sunset and the finale will taking place at Flamboro Speedway in early October.
The Ontario Outlaw Super Late Models are prepared to a minimal set of guidelines. Some of the requirements include a minimum wheelbase of 102-inches and ten-inch wide steel wheels. Carburetors are limited to 850-cfm (no fuel injection). There are a number of engine choices - crate engines must weigh no less than 2,625-lbs. and built motors have a minimum weight of 2,700-lbs. Cars are weighed with the driver and distribution must not exceed 60% on the left side. All competitors race on Hoosier Tires.
The opening round of the 2021 Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model season was held at Sunset Speedway. There were four heat races around the 0.333-mile banked oval, followed by a fifty-lap feature event.
|Fourteen drivers line up on the back straight at Sunset Speedway in anticipation of receiving the Starterís flag. On the pole is the No. 07 Campbellís Sanitation sponsored Chevrolet powered Super Late Model of Todd Campbell. On the outside of Campbell is Ethan Cournyea, the winner of heat three, in the No. 51 Simcoe Barge & Break Wall Chevrolet. The second row is occupied by Dario Capirchio and Gary Passer.|
|Ethan Cournyea scored his first Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model series feature win in a dominant fashion. Cournyea began the day by finishing sixth in the first heat but laid the groundwork for things to come by capturing the victory in the third qualifier. He started the fifty-lap feature on the outside of the front row and wasted no time moving to the top spot. Cournyea was not challenged for the remainder of the contest.|
|Finishing in the runner-up spot was Mike Wilkinson. Wilkinson, driving the No. 27 RGC Sports Super Late Model, finished second in the first qualifying contest and won the fourth heat race. He was gridded seventh for the start of the fifty-lap feature. By lap-10, Wilkinson had advanced to third-place and eventually moved into second. He could not catch Ethan Cournyea and had to defend against a hard-charging John Cadman.|
|John Cadman enlisted the services of short track legend JR Hanley to help him this weekend. It appeared to be a great decision as Cadman collected a runner-up result and a victory in the heat races. The driver of the No. 71 Chevrolet Camaro started the feature in eighth. As the contest came to a conclusion, he found himself chasing Mike Wilkinson, but he was not close enough to make the pass and finished third.|
|Super Late Model veteran Glenn Watson was entered in his familiar No. 22 Line-X / Klotz Canada / Tropical Gems Late Model. Watsonís record in the heat races included a runner-up result and a fourth-place finish. He was scheduled to start the feature in the fourth spot but had to pit before the green. The crew removed the hood and made repairs. Watson worked his way from the back of the field to finish in fourth place.|
|The top three finishers for round one of the 2021 Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series at Sunset Speedway. In the center is the winner Ethan Cournyea. Not only did Cournyea win the feature, his first series victory, but he also captured the third heat race. Standing on the left is the runner-up from RGC Sports, Mike Wilkinson. Completing the top three is John Cadman, who earned a win in heat race two.|
|FINISH||START||DRIVER||SPONSOR / CAR||LAPS||RETIREMENTS|
|1||2||Ethan Cournyea||Simcoe Barge & Break Wall / Chevrolet||50||-|
|2||7||Mike Wilkinson||RGC Sports / Chevrolet||50||-|
|3||8||John Cadman||Powersports Link Financing / Chevrolet Camaro||50||-|
|4||4||Glenn Watson||Line-X / Chevrolet||50||-|
|5||6||Sean Grosman||GTA Racing Designs / Chevrolet Corvette||50||-|
|6||1||Todd Campbell||Campbell's Sanitation / Chevrolet||49||-|
|7||3||Dario Capirchio||Jenco Equipment Inc. / Chevrolet Camaro||49||-|
|8||10||Dustin Jackson||Pro North Roofing / Cadillac||49||-|
|9||14||Adrian Foster||Foster Motorsports / Chevrolet||49||-|
|10||5||Gary Passer||DLP Motorsports / Chevrolet||48||-|
|11||12||Chris Burrows||Burrow Boyz Racing / Chevrolet||48||-|
|12||13||John Owen||R. Brooking Tree Service / Chevrolet||47||-|
|13||11||Mike Miller||JIBS / Ford Mustang||2||Did Not Finish|
|-||9||Trevor Monaghan||Bristol RV / Ford Fusion||-||Did Not Start|
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