Each race will feature a first-place prize of $5,000.00 and a $2,000.00 bonus will be awarded to the overall winner. This will be the first time the Series will use this format which also includes points for both 75-lap races.
In addition to the twin Late Model contests, the track will also host a 75-lap Outlaw Super Late Model race to be held between the Twin 75’s for the APC Series. As is the case for the APC series, practice and qualifying will take place on Saturday with the features on Sunday.
“We feel that the addition of the Outlaw Super Late Models will help make our opening event one to remember,” said Alex Nagy, Jukasa’s General Manager. “Between the two classes of Late Models our fans will see the best this province has to offer and hopefully we will have some surprise competitors and some make the trip from south of the border as well.”
In addition to the APC Series event, the Outlaw competitors will also be racing for $5,000.00 to win.
For more news about the season-opening event in 2017, like its Facebook page (Jukasa Motor Speedway) and check the page often. Fans can also keep up with news from the speedway on its official Twitter account at @jukasamotor.
About Jukasa Motor Speedway: Jukasa Motor Speedway is a .625-mile paved speedway located in Cayuga, Ontario, Canada. 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 co-owners Kenny Hill and Jerry Montour and is undergoing extensive renovations. Among the changes at the facility include a complete redesign and asphalt re-covering of the racing surface and upgrades for competitors and fans throughout the entire 350 acre site. The facility can also accommodate nearly 1,000 campsites with 600 offering service to campers. For more information on Jukasa Motor Speedway visit their Facebook page at Jukasa Motor Speedway.