West Lincoln, ON – One of the most intense competitors in the history of Outlaw-bodied Super Late Model competition will make his return to Flamboro Speedway this Saturday as part of the debut event for the upstart Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series.
John Cadman – a multi-time Super Late Model Series winner– plans to follow the tour across Ontario this season, and is expecting to open up his 2018 campaign in impressive fashion.
“Our goal this Saturday is the same as it always is,” stats Cadman. “We’re coming to win. That’s it. We expect a lot of ourselves every single time we race, no matter what. We don’t unload to finish second. We don’t unload to finish in the top-5. Our goal is to get to the front and stay there.”
Cadman credits the OSLMS with its attempts to bring legitimacy back to Outlaw Super Late Model action and hopes that all of the pre-season hype will result in one of the best fields the division has seen in a number of years.
“If you’re a Super Late Model racer in Ontario that wants to see just where you stack up – this is going to be the place to do it,” explains the long time short track competitor “There won’t be a single car lining up on Saturday night that doesn’t have hundreds of hours invested in it. We have a lot of respect for the competition we’re coming up against. We’ll be there with our best stuff, because I know that they will be too.”
Cadman has a great deal of confidence in his team’s flat-track package and knows that they will have something to contend for the win by the time Saturday’s action gets underway.
“Flamboro is a spot where we’ve always performed well,” says Cadman. “I have a lot of confidence in just what we can accomplish. Once that green flag drops, it’s going to be all about being careful about every move that I make. Flamboro can beat your equipment up if you let it. There’s going to be some give and take for sure – but when it’s all said and done I think we’re going to be in a position that we can be happy with.”