The Eastern Canadian ET racing national chase for Super Tour season glory is at the gate….

After losing its first planned season event (Spring Bracket Break in May at ICAR Quebec) because of COVID regulations — the 2021 Super Tour will get started on Luskville Dragway’s all new concrete surface — this weekend.

The Super Tour Summer Bracket Nationals will be presented by Ogilvie Auto & Fleet Service in collaboration with Clarmo Auto Repair and J&S Collision.

The Luskville event (a double header) will be the first races for 2021’s Super Tour — the start of an 8-race chase to season championships.

Circuit drivers will return there twice more this year — Luskville’s 40th Super Tour Bracket Bonanza (July 30th to August 1st) and then the Super Tour Fall Bracket Championship (Sept 3rd to 5th). The series will conclude at the Super Tour Canadian Bracket Finals (Sept. 24-26) at ICAR.

“This year — our 6th, should be a big one,” stated Jerome Beaulieu – Super Tour Series Director.  “2021 is ready to be our best ever with more racer giveaways than the last two years combined.  In 2020, we averaged 125 entries with our biggest event being at 180 entries.”

All payouts are 100% guaranteed. This coming weekend will feature 2X $5000 to win races in Super Pro as well as 2x $2000 to win races in Pro (footbrake).  There will also be Gambler’s Races on Friday Night and a Race appreciation party on Saturday night.  Racers must sign-up as members at to be eligible.

The defending champions are Super Pro Door Car and Overall Points Champion: Brian Acker from Kingston, Ontario with his Orange Omni.  Brian won with 7,730 points in 2020 – the highest score in Super Tour history.  

The Super Pro Dragster defending Champion was Adam Bitzanis from Montreal and Mike Reynolds (racing his Chevy Vega) currently holds Pro class champion glory.

For more information visit the official:  HERE

Posted by Bruce Biegler

Photos by John Chambers