It came down to a tie-breaker, but J.R. Fitzpatrick ultimately punched his ticket for Canadian Short Track Nationals at Jukasa Motor Speedway, virtue of his performance on Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway.
With a lot of eyes on the mini stock division this week with the big invitational at Jukasa Motor Speedway, the panel was certainly feeling the pressure in ranking the top-10 competitors.
The strong performances continue for DY Racing in 2019, as Eric Yorke scored a top-five finish in the Mini Stock invitational at Jukasa Motor Speedway.
Battling hard throughout the event, Kevin Bridge came up short on scoring a top-10 finish this past Thursday at Jukasa Motor Speedway.
If you want to bet on the next driver to score their first career APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour victory, you should look towards Treyten Lapcevich.
Now heading into the second edition, the young man is ready to make a statement. He will enter the race with momentum on his side after winning Thursday’s APC Auto Parts United Late Models of Ontario Tour event at the half-mile.
Entering the Mini Stock 35 at Jukasa Motor Speedway, Samantha Shaw was just hoping for a solid top-10 finish. However, it turned out much better than that as she crossed the finish line in fourth.
When Craig Kamrath had a motor let go in practice, several drivers unfortunately got caught up in the oil through turns three and four. Will Gibbons was one of those, making contact with the outside turn three wall.
Starting on pole, Warren Paxton ran inside the top-three throughout the 35-lap feature Mini Stock feature at Jukasa Motor Speedway, en route to a runner-up finish.
Doug Butler had a fast car throughout the day, but the way everything came together during the 35 lap feature, it just felt meant to be. Maybe that was the case, as the young man feels he had his father Richard Butler looking over him all day long.