Race fans and race teams can find pertinent information about this weekend's inaugural Canadian Short Track Nationals at Jukasa Motor Speedway in 51's Fast Facts below. 

 

Date: September 1-2, 2018

 

Track: Jukasa Motor Speedway (5/8-mile paved oval)

 

Location: 901 County Road 20, Hagersville, ON N0A 1H0, Canada

 

Sanction: Non-Sanctioned Track Event

 

Distance: 200 laps

 

General Admission Tickets: 

Saturday - Adults $40, Seniors (65+) $30, Juniors (12 and Under) Free

Sunday - Adults $44, Seniors (65+) $34, Juniors (12 and Under) Free

Two-Day Tickets - Adults $79, Seniors (65+) $59, Juniors (12 and Under) Free

 

Reserved Tickets: 

Saturday - Adults $45, Seniors (65+) $35, Juniors (12 and Under) $15

Sunday - Adults $49, Seniors (65+) $39, Juniors (12 and Under) $19

Two-Day Tickets - Adults $89, Seniors (65+) $69, Juniors (12 and Under) $29

 

Pit Passes:

Saturday - $45

Sunday - $50

Two-Day Pass - $90

 

Media coverage: Speed51.com will offer a live pay-per-view broadcast of Saturday and Sunday's racing. Live video tickets can be purchased now by clicking here.

 

Websites: www.jukasamotorspeedway.com

 

Track phone: 1.844.855.8354

 

Notes: This will be the inaugural Canadian Short Track Nationals at Jukasa Motor Speedway.  The $50,000 top prize converts into over 38,000 U.S. dollars. Forty cars are currently scheduled to start the 200-lap feature. The top 30 fastest times during group qualifying will be locked into the main event.  Those who don't make the top 30 will be split into a pair of last chance races, with the top five from each race qualifying for the main event.  

 

The feature race will be an eight-tire race with teams allowed to change two right side and two left side tires.  There will be a three-minute break on or about lap 100.  Teams that pit during this caution will not lose position.  A maximum of two tires can be changed during any other caution period.  Caution laps will count towards the total of 200, but drivers will not lose laps if they pit under caution.

 

The inaugural Canadian Short Track Nationals will see many of the top Late Models drivers in the United States head north of the border to challenge their friends to the north.  Fresh off his big Oxford 250 win, Bubba Pollard will lead the list of favorites entering the event.  Midwest racers Brian Campbell, Carson Hocevar and Johnny VanDoorn are also expected to be contenders.  Recent Kalamazoo Klash winner Tyler Roahrig, an Outlaw Super Late Model star from Indiana, is on the entry list for the event. Former Daytona 500 winner Sterling Marlin is also entered for the race.  Massachusetts racer Derek Ramstrom is on the entry list and is expected to make the trip north of the border.  Some of Quebec's top racers are also expected to make the trip over to Ontario.  That list includes Redbud 400 winner Raphael Lessard and former Serie ACT champion Patrick Laperle.  Ontario's top drivers including Brandon Watson, DJ Kennington, Cayden Lapcevich and JR Fitzpatrick will be looking to defend their home turf.

 

Purse:  $50,000 to win (CAD)

 

Canadian Short Track Nationals Entry List (As of 8/29/18): 

1 Shawn McGlynn
2 Tim Ellis
3 Jason Hathaway
3 Shae Gemmell
4 Trevor Monaghan
5 TBA
5 Paighton Jacobs
6 Matt Wallace
7 Brandon Verhoeven
7 Todd Delisle
8 Kent Vincent
9 Brandon Watson
10K Jesse Kennedy
12 Matthew Shirley
14 Carson Hocevar
15 Derek Lynch
17 Joshua Stade
18 Patrick Freel
20 Raphael Lessard
21 Matt Pritiko
22 Jo Lawrence
24 Nick Goetz
26 Bubba Pollard
27 Matt Box
28 DJ Kennington
29 Ryan Kimball
29X Sean Grosman
31 Jade Franklin
31W Rick Spencer-Walt
32 Treyten Lapcevich
33 Wes Griffith, Jr.
35 Derek Ramstrom
36 David Elliott
41 Taylor Holdaway
41SC Samuel Charland
42 Kyle Reid
44 Steve Laking
46 Billy Zardo
47 Jordan Sims
47 Brian Campbell
48 Dwayne Baker
51 Braden Langille
52 Jake Sheridan
53 Cole Butcher
54 Jarrett Butcher
63 Hudson Nagy
71 Johnny VanDoorn
71 Harold Fair
72 Junior Farrelly
73 Cole Powell
76 Cayden Lapcevich
81 Nevin Scott
81 Andrew Gresel
81 Tyler Roahrig
82 Steve Arrand
84 JR Fitzpatrick
84QC Martin Latulippe
86 Billy Schwartzenburg
89 James Horner
89C Shawn Chenoweth
91 Patrick Laperle
96 Jaxson Jacobs
114 Sterling Marlin


Event Schedule:

Saturday, September 1

9 a.m. - Pit Gates Open

10 a.m. - APC Registration & Tech Inspection

10:15 a.m. - Outlaw SLM Tech Inspection

11:45 a.m. - APC Driver's Meeting

12 p.m. - Grandstands Open

12 p.m. - Outlaw SLM Practice #1

12:35 p.m. - APC Practice #1

1:10 p.m. - Outlaw SLM Practice #2

1:45 p.m. - APC Practice #2

2 p.m. - Outlaw SLM Pre-Qualifying Inspection

2:30 p.m. - APC Pre-Qualifying Inspection

4 p.m. - Outlaw SLM Group Qualifying

4:20 p.m. - APC Group Qualifying

5:20 p.m. - Outlaw SLM Feature (75 laps)

6:30 p.m. - APC Features (100 laps)

 

Sunday, September 2

8 a.m. - Pit Gates Open

9 a.m. - Pro Late Model Tech Inspection Begins

9:30 a.m. - Super Stock Tech Inspection Begins

11:30 a.m. - Grandstands Open

11:30 a.m. - Pro Late Model Practice #1

12 p.m. - Super Stock Practice #1

12:30 p.m. - Pro Late Model Practice #2

1:30 p.m. - Super Stock Practice #2

2 p.m. - Pro Late Model Final Practice

3 p.m. - Super Stock Pre-Qualifying Inspection

3:30 p.m. - Pro Late Model Pre-Qualifying Inspection

4:30 p.m. - Super Stock Group Qualifying

5:30 p.m. - Pro Late Model Group Qualifying

6:30 p.m. - Super Stock Last Chance Race

7 p.m. Pro Late Model Last Chance Race(s)

8 p.m. - Super Stock Feature (50 laps)

8:45 p.m. - Pre-Race Ceremonies

9 p.m. - Canadian Short Track Nationals (200 laps)

 

-Featured photo credit: Speed51.com

Fast Facts: Canadian Short Track Nationals at Jukasa