The best of Eastern Canadian ET bracket racers shine bright within the 2019 Super Tour…..

Despite four races out of ten being cancelled due to weather, the promoters of the biggest drag racing series in Eastern Canada are positive about their 4th completed season and have confirmed that the Bernard MNJ Bracket Super Tour will be back next year!

Following the final race of the Bernard MNJ Bracket Super Tour last weekend (in Mirabel Quebec) three racers stand tall at season’s end as most deserving points champions.

The 2019 Super Pro Dragster champion is Derek Malcolm (son to Luskville Dragway promoter Arnie Malcolm) wheeling his American-built Dragster. The Ottawa driver won the title with a total of 5700 points, earning two wins at the fifth and sixth races held at Luskville Dragway as part of their Bracket Bonanza.

Derek Malcolm enjoyed a very lucrative 2019 season racing his American-built dragster to the Bracket Super Tour championship

The 2019 champion, also wheeled a second car in the circuit, the ADM Motorsports American-built dragster, and managed a 4th place points finish in that race car (4101 points).

This season for the first time two champions are crowned for the Super Pro category.

Butch Douglas from Belleville Ontario is the 2019 Super Pro “Door Car” Champion with his magnificent Chevy II. With 4,900 points and thanks to a victory at the eighth race in Luskville, Douglas is the first Door Car Champion in Super Tour history!

Butch Douglas scored the Super Pro “Door” season championship title.

In the Pro category, driving his Jeep Commanche, Jonathan Roy from Val d’Or is the 2019 Champion. Roy accumulated  4900 points and won by the smallest margin in that championship chase (a one-round difference over his nearest rival Stephen Ballantyne) Despite not winning any race events this season, the Valdorien reached the final of the first race in Mirabel and the semi final at the fifth race in Luskville.

Quebec’s Jonathan Roy won the Super Bracket Tour’s Pro ET title in his Jeep Commanche.

Posted by Jay Beaulieu 
Photos courtesy of John Chambers