Super Stock competitors made their first visit to Jukasa Motor Speedway during the Canadian Short Track Nationals weekend. The fifty-lap feature with $5,000 going to the winner attracted drivers from all over Ontario.

The Super Stock category includes a variety of makes and models from the ‘60s to the current year. The rules used in this class allow some suspension modifications and changes to the bodies. Most Street Stock cars retain the original steel bodies with plastic noses and fiberglass hoods. They are powered by a modified small block engine or crate motors from General Motors and Ford. This division is a popular ‘stepping store’ for those drivers who aspire to compete in the Pro Late Model category.

The race at Jukasa Motor Speedway was titled, ‘Prelude to the Nationals’ with the winner earning an automatic entry into the Canadian Short Track Nationals Super Stock event.

Twenty-five competitor’s line-up on the back straight at Jukasa Motor Speedway for the start of the thirty-five-lap Super Stock contest. On the pole is Kris Lawrence in the Kenesky Ford Mustang. Sharing the front row with Lawrence is the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Trevor Collver. Gridded behind the first two positions is the Ford Mustang of Marvin Freiburger and Lane Zardo in another Mustang.
Trevor Collver who finished thirteenth at the 2018 Canadian Short Track Nationals for Super Stocks started this weekend’s event on the outside of the front row. At the drop of the Starter’s flag, he challenged the pole-sitter, Kris Lawrence. Before the end of the first lap, Collver was in the top spot and stayed there for the next thirty-five circuits. It was far from a comfortable victory as he was under pressure from Lane Zardo and Brandon Passer.
Last season, Lane Zardo participated in a full-size Ford with backing from Bester Forest Products. This year, Zardo was back with the same team but the car was re-bodied as a Ford Mustang. It was felt that the Mustang had a better aerodynamic shape. Zardo started from the fourth position but wasted no time moving into second. Despite constant pressure on the leader, Trevor Collver, he was unable to make the pass and finished second.
Waiting for the leaders to make a mistake was the third-place finisher, Brandon Passer. Passer drove the No. 52 Chevrolet with sponsorship from Simcoe Barge. He was gridded in the sixth position for the start of the thirty-five-lap race. Early in the contest, Passer moved into third place. The trio of Trevor Collver, Lane Zardo and Passer pulled away from the field, but the order remained the same to the checker.
In last year’s Super Stock event at Jukasa Motor Speedway, Kris Lawrence started and finished second. Returning in the No. 28 Ford Mustang, Lawrence started on the pole for the ‘Prelude to the Nationals’ after the final grid was set. Unfortunately, he lost the top spot to the eventual winner, Trevor Collver before the end of the first lap. Unable to maintain the pace of the race leaders, Lawrence finished in fourth place.
The fastest qualifier was Dustyn Monbourguette driving the No. 6M Chevrolet Camaro with backing from Paul’s Auto Body. Starting procedures placed him fifth on the grid for the thirty-five-lap event. During the race, Monbourguette was not able to achieve the speed, he delivered in qualifying. He lost a position to sixth place starter, Brandon Passer and was in sixth at the checkered flag.
Veteran oval competitor, Marvin Freiburger uses his winnings to support his favourite charity, Easter Seals Ontario. Freiburger has been successful at race tracks throughout Ontario and to date has donated over $81,000. At Jukasa Motor Speedway, he was campaigning the No. 37 Ford Mustang. Freiburger was quickest in practice and after qualifying was gridded third. He lost positions to Lane Zardo and Brandon Passer to finish fifth.
The top-three finishers for the ‘Prelude to the Nationals’ Super Stock contest at Jukasa Motor Speedway. In the center is the winner and driver of the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro, Trevor Collver. Collver’s victory earned himself a guaranteed starting spot in the Labour Day weekend event. To Collver’s right is the runner-up, Lane Zardo. Zardo finished just 0.113-seconds behind Collver. The final spot is occupied by Brandon Passer.

12Trevor CollverInventory Express / Chevrolet Camaro35
24Lane ZardoBester Forest Products / Ford Mustang35
36Brandon PasserSimcoe Barge / Chevrolet35
41Kris LawrenceKenesky / Ford Mustang35
53Marvin FreiburgerKenworth Truck Centers / Ford Mustang35
65Dustyn MonbourguettePaul's Auto Body / Chevrolet Camaro35
710Frank DaveyGreen Steel Roof / Chevrolet35
89Brandon McFerranPeter D. Laird / Chevrolet35
911Tom WaltersPro Floor / Pontiac Grand Prix35
1013Randy RusnellGalt Display Rack / Chevrolet Camaro35
117Anthony Di DelloDi Bello Towing / Chevrolet Monte Carlo35
1217Gerrit TiemersmaWayfreight / Pontiac Grand Prix35
138Rick VerberneMcRobert Fuels / Dodge Challenger35
1419Nick TrobackAlexander Glass & Door / Cadillac35
1518Brad CollisonLondon Recreational Racing / Chevrolet Camaro35
1616Marlie OwenR. Booking Tree Service / Chevrolet Camaro35
1714Tim BurkeLynval Contracting / Dodge Challenger35
1822Steve CashmoreClaybar Contracting / Chevrolet Camaro35
1921Jake ZenenbergenBarnard's Truck / Chevrolet Monte Carlo35
2015Michael WeedaKen's Lawnmower Repair / Dodge Challenger35
2123Dan / Ford Fusion35
2220Dennis CybalskiNAPA / Chevrolet Camaro35
2325Todd DavenportRichards Auto Service / Chevrolet Monte Carlo34
2424Zack CasemoreNorth Sauble Sands Campground / Chevrolet Camaro34
2512Dave Doucette400 Transmission / Chevrolet19
--Coltin EveringhamRyan's Landscaping / Chevrolet CamaroDid Not Start

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