The final round of the season took place at the Sanair race track that is just south of Montreal. It was a cold weekend but action packed. Being the final event the top pro am drivers were invited out to compete but instead of having a top 32 event it was a top 16 event which added pressure to qualifying since if you were not on your A game you were going home early. Practice/Qualification day was interesting. Mike Pollard had engine problems early on taking him out. Phil Bruyere and Pat Cyr both had crashes taking them out. In qualification we saw Alex Michaud once again get top stop. Francis Tasse qualified second followed by Marc Landreville. The next day there was even more issues.
Marc Landreville’s engine blew up in a spectacular fashion and Joe Thiffaults turbo let go giving their competiors by runs in the Top 16. Final 4 came down to two Pro am drivers Martin Langlois and Jonathan Guitard and two Pro drivers Kevin Morin and Francis Tasse.. Guitard beat Kevin to head into the main battle as did Francis Tasse against Martin.
In a odd turn of events Kevin actually ran out of fuel and had to forfeit to Martin Langlois giving him the 3rd podium spot. Final 2 came down to two buddies who are on the same team. After a OMT and a lot of tire changes Jonathan Guitard took home the win over his buddy Francis Tasse. With making it to the final 4 Francis locked down the 2013 championship. For full event album click HERE