INNISFIL, Ontario — After scoring his first top-five of the APC Auto Parts United Late Model Series season, Connor James rolls into this weekend set on keeping the good times rolling. “I love […]
Thus far in his career, Connor James has been proving himself behind the wheel of a racecar, with a Ontario Sportsman Series Championship and a couple Ontario Modified Racing Series victories. He also made a splash on the big stage, scoring a 10th-place finish in his NASCAR Pinty’s Series debut at Jukasa Motor Speedway in 2018.
After returning to the NASCAR Pinty’s Series full-time last season, Jason Hathaway back up front as you’d expect each week, scoring a pair of race victories and nine top-10’s en route to placing fourth in the standings.
With all eyes on the championship battle for the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series, the rest of the field was set on stealing the glory with a trip to victory lane.
The black and white flags keep flying for Connor James, as he made it a clean sweep this season with his victory in the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series event at Sunset Speedway on Saturday.
From Jim Clarke | Clarke Motorsports Communications for Peterborough Speedway
Following a back and forth battle throughout the race, Connor James was able to take the advantage in the stages of the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series Open Door Windows and Doors 100 to score the victory.
As a young boy, Connor James spent his Saturday nights at Barrie Speedway, playing with miniature cars as he watched his father Robert James race Limited Late Models.
The pair of Autumn Colours Classic Young Guns showcase events would see a pair of first-time winners in their respective divisions.
From Randy Spencer at Flamboro Speedway