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Daily Dirt 04/16/2024 09:51:19

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October 9
Southern Ontario Motor Speedway,
Merlin, ON
Sanction: DIRTcar Supers (Brett Reaume Memorial) - $7,777
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated October 13, 5:07 pm)
Reaume honors father at Southern Ontario
Brett Reaume Memorial
  1. Andrew Reaume
  2. Justin Coulter
  3. John Pinsonneault
  4. Jake Hooker
  5. Andrew Hennessy
  6. Austin King
  7. Brandon Mowat
  8. Brian Speelman
  9. Ryan Bonner
  10. Jason Haskell
  11. Charlie Sandercock
  12. Brett Hope
  13. Doris Lajeunesse
  14. Brent Colby
  15. Kyle Hope
  16. Mike Dale
  17. Gregg Haskell
  18. Mike Lewis
  19. Brad Simpson
  20. Jim Jones
  21. Justin Martin
  22. Tyler Lozon
  23. Paul Degoey
  24. Jordan Van Hal
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Alan Arseneault/chaletstudio.ca
Andrew Reaume carries the checkers after his $7,777 victory.
What won the race: Andrew Reaume of Blenheim, Ontario, scored an emotional victory Saturday night, capturing the 40-lap Brett Reaume Memorial at Southern Ontario Motor Speedway. He earned $7,777 for winning a race honoring his late father on the second night of the Canadian Fall Shootout.
Key notes: Reaume, whose car sported a throwback scheme that duplicated one of the No. 77 machines driven by his father, started from the pole position and dominated the entire distance. ... The victory was Reaume's first this season at Southern Ontario and came in the richest Late Model race contested in Canada in 2021. It was also Reaume's first start in his own car since September 2019; border restrictions due to Covid-19 have prevented him from racing in the United States and he's only made a handful of appearances at Southern Ontario this season driving a local car. … A former Late Model driver, Brett Reaume passed away at the age of 61 on July 30, 2020, after a battle with cancer. ... Runner-up Justin Coulter made his first start of the season in a car he purchased in order to participate in the Memorial event; his father and Brett Reaume were longtime friends and fellow competitors.
Winner's sponsors: Reaume’s Rocket Chassis has a Cornett engine and carries sponsorship from Westside Performance, SM Freight and All-Star Performance.
Points chase: Gregg Haskell won the track championship.
Car count: 30
Polesitter: Andrew Reaume
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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