Speed51 is heading north of the border to Ontario, Canada to follow the APC United Late Model Series in 2019. The 10-race series will visit five different tracks across the province and compete for a total of 1,000 circuits.
Throughout the season, Speed51 will be on-location offering Race Day Now updates that will provide results, photos and more information about each event.
Additionally, the Speed51 Network will be the place to go for race recaps and exclusive interviews. If you’re not already subscribed to the Speed51 Network, join today to watch thousands of on-demand racing videos, select live races and more.
“We are very excited that Speed51 is going to increase their coverage of the APC Series in 2019,” Ramsay said. “This will benefit all the teams, tracks and fans as the series continues to grow. I cannot thank Speed51 enough for their continued support.”
The tour will hold their season opener at Sunset Speedway on May 18, followed by stops at Flamboro Speedway, Jukasa Motor Speedway, Delaware Speedway and Sauble Speedway. Each speedway will have two stops, with the championship race being held at Delaware Speedway on September 14.
2019 will be the fifth anniversary season for the growing Pro Late Model series. Four different champions have been crowned over the four previous seasons. Dale Shaw captured the inaugural APC championship in 2015, followed by Andrew Gresel in 2016, Brandon Watson in 2017 and JR Fitzpatrick one year ago.
The series has 26 pre-registered drivers for the 2019 season, including three of the previous four champions.
Being Ontario’s premier Late Model series, APC prides itself upon their high car counts, competitive talent and loyal partners.
To view the 2019 APC United Late Model Series schedule and learn more about the series, visit their website https://www.apcracingseries.com.
-Story by: Kendra Adams, Speed51.com Ontario Correspondent
-Photo credit: Speed51.com