Southern Ontario Motor Speedway,
Sanction: UMP DIRTcar special events (non-touring) (Canadian Fall Shootout) - $3,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated September 28, 8:05 am)
Reaume grabs fourth South Buxton Shootout
Canadian Fall Shootout
- Andrew Reaume
- Jason Haskell
- Dale Glassford
- Rob Pietz
- Brad Simpson
- Jim Jones
- Jeff Daniels
- Brent Colby
- Bob Visnjic
- Mike Dale
- Dwayne Mallott
- Jim Dale Jr.
- Mike Lewis
- Eric Vanderiviere
- Gregg Haskell
- Brad Authier
Andrew Reaume heads for his fouth Shootout victory.
What won the race: Andrew Reaume of Blenheim, Ontario, overtook track champion Dale Glassford on the 25th of 35 laps Saturday at South Buxton Raceway to capture the Canadian Fall Shootout for an unprecedented fourth time. The tail-starting Reaume earned $3,000 in taking the checkers ahead of Jason Haskell and Glassford, who won 14 of 16 regular-season features entering the weekend.
Quotable: “I really wanted to win this badly,” said Reaume, making his first appearance in the Late Models at his home track this season. “I know Glassford was doing the majority of the winning and I wanted to have a good race with him. ... And Jason was running real well, I was impressed.”
Key notes: Reaume previously won Shootouts in 2009, '10 and '12. ... He started on the tail because he didn't take the green in his heat race. ... The 10th annual Canadian Fall Shootout wrapped up South Buxton's season. ... Dale Glassford led the final seven laps of Friday's weekend semifeature, outrunning Brad Authier and Brad Simpson. ... Besides Reaume, other previous Shootout winners include Eric Spangler, Chris Ross, Brian Ruhlman, Rusty Schlenk and Curtis Roberts.
On the move: Winner Andrew Reaume started 16th; Brad Simpson started 11th and finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Reaume's Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Westside Performance Plus, Libby Mfg., Allstar Performance and Matco Tools.
Points chase: Dale Glassford tallied 1,385 points to top Gregg Haskell (1,250) and Jim Jones (1,207) in the division title chase.
Car count: 16
Heat race winners: Dale Glassford, Gregg Haskell
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.