In 2020, arrangements were made for the popular Super Stock division to compete as a support event at three APC United Late Model Series rounds.
Contests were conducted at Sauble Speedway and Sunset Speedway, with the finale at Jukasa Motor Speedway.
In 2021, the class received backing from Qwick Wick Fire Starters for the inaugural five-race championship.
There are five Qwick Wick Super Stock Series events this season.
The Super Stock category includes a variety of makes and models from the ‘60s to the current year. The rules used in the class allow some suspension modifications and changes to the bodies. Some Super Stock cars retain the original steel bodies with plastic noses and fiberglass hoods; however, most use fiberglass body panels. They are powered by a modified small-block engines or crate motors from General Motors and Ford. The division serves as a ‘stepping stone’ for those drivers who aspire to compete in the Pro Late Model category.
The second round of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series was held at Peterborough Speedway during the AP Emissions Technologies event. Drivers would compete in a fifty-lap contest around the 1/3-mile semi-banked asphalt oval.
|Round two of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series attracted twenty drivers. The fourth-fastest qualifier, Shawn Chenoweth, started on the pole, driving the No. 89C London Recreational Racing Chevrolet Camaro. Starting beside Chenoweth is the No. 07 Radar Auto Parts Chevrolet Camaro of Nick Ramsay, who qualified seventh fastest. Row two is occupied by Jason Parker and Trevor Collver.|
|Jason Parker captured the victory in round two of the Qwick Wick Super Stock Series. Unfortunately, the race ended with some controversy and confusion. Entering the final lap, there was an incident in corners three and four. The Race Director called for a caution as the leaders crossed the finish line. An extra lap was required, which allowed Parker to pass Shawn Chenoweth, who was in first place, for the win.|
|Ontario Oval veteran, Shawn Chenoweth, entered the Peterborough event in the No. 89C London Recreational Racing Chevrolet Camaro. In race one of the season, Chenoweth started seventh and was fourth when his car overheated. He was on the pole in round two and would dominate the contest for forty-seven laps. During the final restart, Chenoweth lost first place to Jason Parker and finished second.|
|Lane Zardo won last year’s inaugural Qwick Wick Super Stock championship. He returned to the 2022 season campaigning the familiar No. 36 Bester Forest Products Ford Mustang. Zardo started the defense of his title by winning race one at Flamboro. He was the fastest qualifier at Peterborough but was gridded in the eighth position. Zardo charged to the front and avoided most of the incidents to finish third.|
|When the new Qwick Wick series was announced for the 2021 season, Carson Nagy moved from the Late Model division to a Super Stock car. He was driving the No. 93 Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC Chevrolet Camaro. Nagy had a good reason to be optimistic heading into round two at Peterborough as he was the defending race winner. This year, Nagy started in the fifth position and finished fourth.|
|The No. 7 VP Specialized Carriers / McColl Racing Chevrolet Camaro was piloted by Pete Vanderwyst. Vanderwyst’s racing resume includes stints in CASCAR and the Canadian GT Challenge Cup series. He opened his season with a fourth-place finish at Flamboro. He qualified seventh fastest a Peterborough and was gridded sixth for the started. During the fifty-lap contest, Vanderwyst advanced to a fifth-place finish.|
|One of the favourites in this year’s series is Gerrit Tiemersma. Tiemersma opened this season’s title chase with a runner-up finish at Flamboro. The driver of the No. 17 Wayfreight Ford Mustang was second fastest in qualifying at Peterborough and started seventh. Late in the contest, Tiemersma was involved in an incident that eliminated him from the race. He moved from second to seventh in the standings.|
|The top three finishers for round two of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series at Peterborough Speedway. In the center is the winner, Jason Parker, who drove the No. 8 Mowbrays Canadian Tire Chevrolet Camaro. Standing on the left side is the runner-up, Shawn Chenoweth. The final position is occupied by the current Qwick Wick points leader and third-place finisher, Lane Zardo.|
|FINISH||START||DRIVER||SPONSOR / CAR||LAPS|
|1||3||Jason Parker||Mowbrays Canadian Tire / Chevrolet Camaro||51|
|2||1||Shawn Chenoweth||London Recreational Racing / Chevrolet Camaro||51|
|3||8||Lane Zardo||Bester Forest Products / Ford Mustang||51|
|4||5||Carson Nagy||Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC / Chevrolet Camaro||51|
|5||6||Pete Vanderwyst||McColl Racing / Chevrolet Camaro||51|
|6||18||Brandon McFerran||Stewarts/Kuboto / Chevrolet Camaro||51|
|7||2||Nic Ramsay||Radar Auto Parts / Chevrolet Camaro||51|
|8||4||Trevor Collver||Inventory Express / Chevrolet Camaro||51|
|9||14||Rick Verberne||Spark Power/Castrol / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|10||10||Brandon Feney||Boundy Roofing / Chevrolet||50|
|11||15||Cory McAllister||Caldecott / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|12||11||Ryan Dyson||Auto Parts Center / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|13||19||Marlie Owen||Courtice Spectic / Chevrolet||50|
|14||7||Gerrit Tiemersma||Wayfreight / Ford Mustang||49|
|15||9||Bailey Jacobs||Kawartha Heavy Equipment / Chevrolet Camaro||49|
|16||17||Justin Collison||London Recreational Racing / Chevrolet Camaro||49|
|17||13||Roy Wilke||Bester Forest Products / Ford Mustang||49|
|18||20||Chad Cororan||Freedom Village of Canada / Chevrolet||48|
|19||12||Nick Troback||Alexander Glass & Door / Cadillac CTS||37|
|20||16||Randy Rusnell||Bunzl Safety / Chevrolet Camaro||24|
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