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 on the calendar 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 opening round of this year’s Qwick Wick Super Stock Series was held at Flamboro Speedway. Drivers would compete in a fifty-lap contest around the 1/3-mile semi-banked asphalt oval.
|Eighteen drivers prepare for the start of the opening round of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series at Flamboro Speedway. The top five qualifiers are inverted for race one per series rules. As a result, it is the No. 88 Spark Power Chevrolet Camaro of Rick Verberne, who time-trialed fifth fastest on the pole. On the outside of Verberne is the Ryan Dyson driving the No. 28 Auto Parts Center Chevrolet Camaro.|
|The 2021 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series title holder, Lane Zardo, started the defense of his championship with a victory in round one. Zardo drove the familiar No. 36 Bester Forest Products Ford Mustang and qualified on the pole with a new track record of 16.278-seconds. He started in the fifth position but was in the lead by lap-11. Despite being challenged by Gerritt, Tiemersma won by a margin of 0.534-seconds.|
|Last year when the Qwick Wick Super Stock Series made their stop at Flamboro, it was Gerritt Tiemersma in the winner’s circle after fifty laps. Driving the No. 17 Wayfreight Ford Mustang, Tiermersma qualified fourth fastest for the 2022 visit to the track. He was passed by the winner, Lane Zardo, on lap-1 and slotted in behind him. For the remainder of the contest, Tiermersma chased Zardo but could not make a pass.|
|Roy Wilkie made a reconnaissance visit to Flamboro Speedway earlier in the season and despite hitting the backstretch wall, he finished second to Lane Zardo. Wilkie qualified sixth fastest in the No. 33 Bester Forest Products Ford Mustang. He moved into fourth place early in the contest and chased the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro Trevor Collver until lap-43 when contact between the two allowed Wilkie to move into third place.|
|Pete Vanderwyst was a regular in the CASCAR series. He also participated in the Canadian NASCAR championship. Vanderwyst was piloting the No. 7 VP Specialized Carriers / McColl Racing Chevrolet Camaro this season. During qualifying, he set the eighth fastest time. After a race-long battle with Carson Nagy, Vanderwyst settled into fourth place but lost the position to Shawn Chenoweth until Chenoweth retired.|
|Carson Nagy was the Super Stock track champion at Flamboro last year. He probably had more miles around the track than most of his competitors. However, the driver and crew of the No. 93 Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC sponsored Chevrolet Camaro struggled during practice with adjustments made; Nagy qualified ninth. Like Pete Vanderwyst, he benefitted from Shawn Chenoweth’s retirement to finish fifth.|
|This weekend, local racer Shawn Chenoweth was pulling double duty, competing in the APC United Late Model and Qwick Wick Super Stock series. He was racing in the 89C LRR Chevrolet and put the car seventh on the grid. Chenoweth moved up the order and late race passes on Pete Vanderwyst and Carson Nagy put him in fourth. However, with just a couple of laps remaining, the Chevy overheated and he retired.|
|The top three finishers for round one of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series at Flamboro Speedway. In the center is the reigning series champion, Lane Zardo, who qualified on the pole with a new lap record and started fifth. On the left is the defending race winner and runner-up this season Gerritt Tiemersma, who qualified second and started fourth. Finishing third was Zardo’s teammate Roy Wilkie.|
|FINISH||START||DRIVER||SPONSOR / CAR||LAPS|
|1||5||Lane Zardo||Bester Forest Products / Ford Mustang||50|
|2||4||Gerrit Tiemersma||Wayfreight / Ford Mustang||50|
|3||6||Roy Wilke||Bester Forest Products / Ford Mustang||50|
|4||8||Pete Vanderwyst||McColl Racing / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|5||9||Carson Nagy||Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|6||3||Trevor Collver||Inventory Express / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|7||2||Ryan Dyson||Auto Parts Center / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|8||10||Nick Troback||Alexander Glass & Door / Cadillac CTS||50|
|9||1||Rick Verberne||Spark Power/Castrol / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|10||13||Randy Rusnell||Bunzl Safety / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|11||11||Cory McAllister||Caldecott / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|12||12||Jason Parker||Mowbrays Canadian Tire / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|13||16||Nic Ramsay||Radar Auto Parts / Chevrolet Camaro||50|
|14||15||Chad Cororan||Freedom Village of Canada / Chevrolet||49|
|15||17||Steve Cashmore||Shaw Motorsports / Chevrolet Camaro||49|
|16||7||Shawn Chenoweth||London Recreational Racing / Chevrolet Camaro||47|
|17||14||Brandon McFerran||Stewarts/Kuboto / Chevrolet Camaro||34|
|18||18||Justin Collison||London Recreational Racing / Chevrolet Camaro||18|
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