Needing a 6th place finish or better to clinch the 2022 track championship at Corrigan Oil Speedway, Justin was able to bring home a solid 2nd place finish and wrap up the Big 8 Super Late Model Series Championship. Justin secured 3 feature wins in 9 events on his way to the championship. Defending champion Phil Bozell finished 2nd in the points with 3 victories, and Andy Bozell finished 3rd with 3 victories.
After some very late nights installing Kyle Drake's old modified motor, the team made it to the track in time for the event. Due to winning the previous event, Justin had to start back in the 8th position. The charge to the front stalled out trying to pass for 2nd place and Justin was able to bring home a solid 3rd place finish.
Motor problems in practice forced the retirement of the familiar #7. Kyle Drake was a true friend and offered up his #81 car for Justin to drive. Justin then proceeded to bring it home for the feature win!
The 2022 season opened with the #Unleashed at Corrigan Oil Speedway. After drawing a 6th place starting spot for the feature, Justin was able to move up and bring home a solid 2nd place finish after challenging for the win. Next it's back to Corrigan Oil Speedway on May 13th.
The 2021 season kicked off at Corrigan Oil Speedway in Mason, MI. Full grandstands and full field of cars welcomed Super Late Models back after an 8 year hiatus. After troubles in the heat race, Justin started the 50 lap feature way back in the 21st position, but was able to move his way up to bring home a respectable 7th place finish.
2021 Tentative Schedule is now posted on the schedule page. Be sure to check back frequently as it's highly likely to change and evolve as the season progresses.
Justin started the SCCA National Championship race at Road America in the 15th position after mechanical issues on pole qualifying day. Justin was able to battle his way up and bring home a solid 5th place finish in the star-studded 60 car field. Be sure the watch the race broadcast and Justin's in car video on YouTube.
58 cars showed up for the Cat Majors at Road America for a chance to prep for the prestigious National Championship Runoffs, to be held at the facility in early October. Justin was able to get in a solid 4th place qualifying effort in the stout field, and followed it up with a 6th place finish in Saturday's race. Sunday's race had Justin rolling off the grid in the 3rd position. After losing a couple of spots early, Justin was able to work his way back into 3rd place. On the final lap, the leaders got together battling for position and Justin lost some spots avoiding the wreckage. The ensuing full course caution flew with Justin in the 6th position and the race ended under yellow.
Justin planned to run the Outlaw Late Model at Owosso Speedway on July 25th. The decision was made not to run after learning that the race will be on D800 tires and without radios, as opposed to slicks and radios as originally planned.
After qualifying 3rd, Justin fell back to 5th at the start of Saturday's race. After clawing his way back to 2nd, he came up .20 shy of the win to Bobby Sak. Sundays race began with Justin starting 2nd but falling back to 3rd. Justin was able to get back to 2nd place and gained ground on the leader before running out of time and getting thwarted in lap traffic. Congrats to Bobby Sak on the weekend sweep.