John Cadman Optimistic about Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Rebuild

John Cadman

SMITHVILLE, ON – The Ontario Outlaw Super Late Model Series will hit the road for its third season in 2020, with a 7-race schedule across 5 tracks that’s expected to be the most hotly contested season to date.

John Cadman will once again field an entry for the full tour, with hopes of defending his 2019 tour championship.

“I believe that we’re a contender to go back on tour and win some races,” says Cadman. “Junior Hanley is building us a brand new chassis and I can’t wait to get it to the speedway and start dialing it in.”

“We’re anticipating this season to have more fulltime cars than we’ve had in either 2018 or 2019 so that’s huge for the tour as a whole,” adds the Smithville, ON native. “I know that our program is going to be better than ever for 2020 and I’m ready to jump into the mix and defend our championship.”

For Cadman, new teams joining the tour and a more robust schedule than in previous seasons are evidence of the growth that he had hoped for as he worked to form the tour in 2018.

“I absolutely believe that our series is starting to see some forward traction,” notes Cadman. “We’re looking at an average of 14 to 16 cars per race this season. Some events should see a few cars from the Midwestern United States make the trip up as well. There’s a lot to be excited about.”

“We still have work to do but I’m ecstatic with how far the series has come in a relatively short amount of time,” explains Cadman. “A little more structure and organization is needed, but we’re improving on that every single week.”

“Our drivers are excited and so are our fans and our marketing partners,” adds Cadman. “The fact that we’ve been able to bring Super Late Model racing back from almost disappearing completely in Ontario is an incredible feeling. We’re going to keep working and keep pushing forward to make 2020 our best year yet.”