The ISMA Supermodifieds and ROC Modified Tour will headline this Saturday’s (July 13) event at Jukasa Motor Speedway in Hagersville, ON.
The second annual twin-bill has been one of the most talked-about dates on the 2019 schedule, after the 2018 installment of the event drew rave reviews from both fans and competitors alike.
“Both of these tours put on an incredible show last year and we’ve been getting feedback from our fans about it from the moment the checkered flag fell,” said Jukasa Motor Speedway General Manager Alex Nagy. “We loved every minute of it. Absolutely they were two of the best races we hosted all season and we expect our second go around with these tours to be even better”
The inaugural Queenston Chevrolet 50 for the ISMA Supermodified Tour saw Massachusetts native Dan Bowes hold off open-wheel stalwart Jon McKennedy and living legend Johnny Benson Jr. for his first career Jukasa Motor Speedway victory.
The 2018 instalment of the Great Canadian 100 for the ROC Modified Tour earned ‘Race of the Year’ considerations from Ontario fans and journalists alike, as Western New York standout Patrick Emerling outdueled fellow New York natives Andy Jankowiak and Daryl Lewis Jr. for the win.
In celebration of Saturday’s open-wheel showdown, the speedway will also celebrate its first Scout Night, with all scouts in full uniform receiving free admission to the event. Also, on Friday night in the Pavilion you can see The Chasers live for free with your race ticket or $10 at the door.
ABOUT JUKASA MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Jukasa Motor Speedway is a .625-mile paved speedway located in Hagersville, ON. The track first opened in 1966 as Cayuga Speedway and remained opened until it ceased regular operations in 2010. The track was purchased in 2016 by new owners and has undergone extensive renovations. The facility is set on 300 acres and can accommodate nearly 1,000 campsites with many offering services to campers. For more information on Jukasa Motor Speedway, visit:
Jukasa Motor Speedway thanks the following partners for their support: Kubota Canada, Pinty’s Delicious Foods, Auto Parts Centres, Whelen Engineering, Rankin Construction, Queenston Chev, W.J. Heaslip Ltd. Saugeen Shores Transmission, Jukasa Designs, Jukasa Media Group.