The 2021 Super Tour National Championship Chase came to an end last weekend as the Canadian Bracket Finals were held at Luskville Dragway. Every points leaders in each categories coming into the final weekend of the year hold off to clinch their title.
Longtime coming for Miron
Coming from a difficult season last year, Vars Ontario’s Terry Miron is the 2021 Super Pro National Champion and overall Points Winner. Miron took his new to him Diamond Dragster to the winner circle at the first event of the year and never looked back after that.
The duo of Max and Dale Gauthier from Belleville, Ontario finish strong as they are crowned Super Pro Door Car Champions. Max Gauthier went on fire at the Fall Bracket Championship getting to the final round in both races.
Russ Adams from Ottawa finish in third place for a second time in Super Tour Championships. Adams was the winner of the first race at the Fall Bracket Championship.
Laval, Quebec’s Fred Angers took a huge step at the Canadian Bracket Finals finishing the season with a win to put him and his 2021 Diamond Dragster in the fourth place.
This year’s Pro 1 Safety Most Improved Racer Title goes to Felix Ballabey from St-Michel, Quebec. Ballabey finish in fifth place and is the highest ranked rookie in 2021. At his first season in Super Pro racing, the young man scored points at every race and got deep into the eliminations on several occasion.
Defending Champions Brian Acker and Adam Bitzanis reached the Top 10 again this year finishing sixth and seventh. After a third place last year, Daniel and Alex Lanctot got their roadster to an eight place finish. The boys will be back in a ‘’real’’ door car next year as they duo bought a 69 Camaro. The Top 10 is completed by Fred Angers putting yet again two entries into the top of the field and Steve Parkhurst finishing in the leader’s pack for the first time with his crowd favorite Top Sportsman Bel Air.
First repeat champion in Pro
Fred McDonald from St-Sulpice, Quebec becomes the first racer to win two National Championships. McDonalds scored one win and two runner-ups in the middle part of the season to hold off to the top of the Pro category ranking. With an equal amount of points at the top, the racer who with a better score first wins the tie-breaker.
Stephen Ballantyne from Gatineau, Quebec finish in second place with the same amount of points as the leader. Ballantyne signed a win at the Bracket Bonanza and hopped all the way to the top by scoring big at the Canadian Bracket Finals with two runner-ups.
Russ Fraser is all the way up to the number three spot with consistent performances throughout the year.
Defending class Champion Mike Reynolds from Ottawa finish the year in 4th place. Despite missing one race, Reynolds got a couple of wins that pushed him back to the leaders board.
Regular top finishers again this year includes Daniel Blouin in fifth place, Eric Monaghan in sixth place, Claude Labelle in seventh place and Cyrille Laflamme in eight place.
Two category rookies made their way to the Top 10 second generation racers Gabriel Jensen from Kanata, Ontario in ninth place and Aidan Clarmo from Edwards, Ontario in tenth place.
Two in a row for Monaghan
Last year’s Junior Champion Trevor Monaghan got it done again in 2021 by signing another title! A very successful Junior carreer for Monaghan who will switch to the big cars next year as dad bought a Super Pro Dragster earlier this year. Xavier Magny from Amos, Quebec and Ryan Clarmo from Edwards, Ontario finish in second and third place.
Complete results and points standings will be available soon at www.BracketSuperTour.ca