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.

  • Saturday, June 4 - Flamboro Speedway
  • Saturday, June 18 - Peterborough Speedway
  • Friday, July 1 - Delaware Speedway
  • Saturday, August 13 - Sunset Speedway
  • Friday, September 23 - Delaware Speedway

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 penultimate round of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series was held at Sunset Speedway during the Stewart’s & Kubota event. Drivers would compete in a fifty-lap contest around the 0.333-mile banked asphalt oval.

The pace lap for round four of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series at Sunset Speedway. On the pole is the No. 07 Radar Auto Parts Chevrolet Camaro of the ninth fastest qualifier, Nick Ramsey. Beside Ramsey is the No. 17 Wayfreight Ford Mustang driven by Gerrit Tiemersma. The second row is occupied by the Camaros of race three winner Jason Parker and Shawn Chenoweth. Twenty-two drivers took the green flag.
This season Gerrit Tiemersma has gone from the lowest of lows to the highest of highs. Late in race two, at Peterborough, Tiemersma was involved in an incident that dropped him from second in the title chase to seventh. Sunset Speedway would be a different story as Tiemersma started on the outside of the front row in the No. 17 Wayfreight Ford Mustang. He would lead flag to flag and move to the top of the standings.
Shawn Chenoweth collected his second runner-up result of the season at Sunset Speedway. His first second-place finish at Peterborough was controversial, but the second was not. Chenoweth qualified third fastest and started in the fourth position driving the No. 89C London Recreational Racing Chevrolet Camaro. During the race, he passed Jason Parker and Nick Ramsey but was no match for the winner, Gerrit Tiemersma.
Finishing in the third spot was Miles Tyson. This was Tyson’s first Qwick Wick Super Stock event of 2022. This was also the first outing for the No. 49 Tyson Contracting sponsored Chevrolet Camaro. During the qualifying session, Tyson was fifth fastest and was gridded in the seventh position for the fifty-lap contest. Tyson moved through the field, making passes on four competitors for a third-place finish.
Jason Parker was the winner of the controversial round two at Peterborough Speedway. 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 make a pass for the lead and capture the victory. At Sunset Speedway, he started in the third position and finished fourth.
Making his first Qwick Wick Super Stock Series start was former Sunset Speedway track champion and 2016 NASCAR Pinty’s title holder, Cayden Lapcevich. Lapcevich drove the No. 12 Ace Services Chevrolet Camaro, usually piloted by his younger brother, Ryden. Proving he hadn’t lost his touch, he set a new lap record in qualifying. After the inversion rule was implemented, Lapcevich started tenth and finished fifth.
Entering round four, Trevor Collver led the champion standings by a single point. Collver’s success could be attributed to consistently finishing in the top ten. The driver on the No. 1 Inventory Express Chevrolet Camaro was off the pace at Sunset Speedway and qualified in the fifteenth spot. Unable to make any progress during the race, Collver finished fifteenth and fell to fifth in the title chase.
The top three finishers for round four of the 2022 Qwick Wick Super Stock Series at Sunset Speedway. In the center is the winner and new points leader, Gerrit Tiemersma. Tiermersma dominated the race going flag to flag for the victory. On the left side is the runner-up, Shawn Chenoweth. Chenoweth trails Tiermersma by a single marker heading into the final event. Miles Tyson, on the right, finished in the third spot.

12Gerrit TiemersmaWayfreight / Ford Mustang50
24Shawn ChenowethLondon Recreational Racing / Chevrolet Camaro50
37Miles TysonTyson Contracting / Chevrolet Camaro50
43Jason ParkerMowbrays Canadian Tire / Chevrolet Camaro50
59Cayden LapcevichAce Services / Chevrolet Camaro50
68Johnny MorrisonWHS Automotive & Alignment / Chevrolet Camaro50
76Brandon McFerranStewarts/Kuboto / Chevrolet Camaro50
813Pete VanderwystMcColl Racing / Chevrolet Camaro50
91Nic RamsayRadar Auto Parts / Chevrolet Camaro50
105Lane ZardoBester Forest Products / Ford Mustang50
1110Paul MaltesePresto Appliance Repair / Chevrolet Camaro49
1212Ryan DysonAuto Parts Center / Chevrolet Camaro49
1316Brandon FeneyBoundy Roofing / Chevrolet SS49
1421Tyler HawnTire Depot / Chevrolet Camaro49
1514Trevor CollverInventory Express / Chevrolet Camaro49
1615Carson NagyQueenston Chevrolet Buick GMC / Chevrolet Camaro49
1718Justin CollisonLondon Recreational Racing / Chevrolet Camaro49
1819Nick TrobackAlexander Glass & Door / Cadillac CTS48
1917Anthoney DiBelloDiBello Towing / Chevrolet Camaro43
2022Randy RusnellBunzl Safety / Chevrolet Camaro40
2111Marlie OwenCourtice Spectic / Chevrolet36
2220David RockwoodInventory Express / Chevrolet Camaro30

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