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 Ontario’s fastest full-body stock car shows by ensuring that the Super Late Models
are prepared to a consistent set of rules, there aren’t 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 year’s 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 take 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 vehicles are equipped with American Racer tires.
The final round of the 2021 Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model series was held at Flamboro Speedway. Entrants would compete in a fifty-lap contest around the 1/3-mile semi-banked paved oval.
|Fourteen Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model competitors line up for the start of the final round of the 2021 series at Flamboro Speedway during the tracks annual Frostoberfest event. On the pole for the fifty-lap contest is the No. 17 DLP Motorsports Super Late Model of Brandon Passer. On the outside of Passer is Dustin Jackson driving the No. 61 Cadillac. The second row is occupied by Glenn Watson and John Cadman.|
|John Cadman driving the No. 71 Powersports Link Financing Chevrolet Camaro was the fastest qualifier at Flamboro Speedway. After the grid was inverted, he started in the fourth position but quickly moved to third in the race. On lap-7, Cadman passed Brandon Passer to move into second place. With eight laps to go, he got under the leader, Glenn Watson, in turn four and went on the collect the victory.|
|The No. 03 Chevrolet Camaro of Dario Capirchio was fifth fastest during the qualifying session. Capirchio moved past Dustin Jackson for fourth-place on lap-10. He would inherit his subsequent position on the same lap when Brandon Passer stopped in corner four. Capirchio chased the leaders, Glenn Watson and John Cadman, until nine circuits from the end when he moved into second and earned a runner-up result.|
|Crossing the finish line in the third position was the No. 61 Pro North Roofing sponsored Cadillac of Dustin Jackson. Jackson was fresh off his first series victory in the previous round at Sunset Speedway’s Fall Velocity weekend. He recorded the third-fastest time in qualifying and started on the outside of the front row. Jackson fell to fourth early in the race, but problems for other competitors contributed to his third-place result.|
|Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model veteran Glenn Watson also captured a victory this season in round two at Sauble Speedway. The driver on the No. 22 Tropical Gems Chevrolet was gridded third for the fifty-lap contest after setting the second-fastest qualifying time. Watson led thirty-four circuits but spun and lost a lap to the leaders, finishing in the ninth position. Despite this result, he clinched the 2021 series title.|
|Brandon Passer dominated the third race of the season at Peterborough Speedway. Driving the No. 17 DLP Motorsports Chevrolet, he went flag-to-flag for the victory. After qualifying fourth fastest and starting on the pole, it appeared that Passer would deliver the same performance. He led early, but on lap-7, Passer was passed by Glenn Watson and John Cadman. On the seventeenth lap, he retired from the race.|
|FINISH||START||DRIVER||SPONSOR / CAR||LAPS||RETIREMENTS|
|1||4||John Cadman||Powersports Link Financing / Chevrolet Camaro||50||-|
|2||5||Dario Capirchio||Jenco Equipment Inc. / Chevrolet Camaro||50||-|
|3||2||Dustin Jackson||Pro North Roofing / Cadillac||50||-|
|4||7||John Owen||R. Brooking Tree Service / Chevrolet||50||-|
|5||9||Mike Wilkinson||RGC Sports / Ford||50||-|
|6||12||Chris Burrows||Burrow Boyz Racing / Chevrolet||50||-|
|7||6||Mike Miller||JIBS / Ford Mustang||50||-|
|8||8||Trevor Monaghan||Bristol RV / Ford Fusion||50||-|
|9||3||Glenn Watson||Line-X / Chevrolet||49||-|
|10||13||Tyler Mackenzie||Great American Chrome Shop / Chevrolet||49||-|
|11||11||Logan White||Epic Race / Chevrolet||29||Did Not Finish|
|12||10||Marlie Owen||Courtice Septic / Chevrolet||13||Did Not Finish|
|13||1||Brandon Passer||DLP Motorsports / Chevrolet||10||Did Not Finish|
|14||14||Todd Campbell||Campbell's Sanitation / Chevrolet||10||Did Not Finish|
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