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GM Motorsport National Stock Car Series event winners and champions, 1989-1992.  The GM Motorsport National Stock Car Series consisted of all Canadian events on the ACT Pro Stock Tour schedule.  The 1989 event at Cayuga, Ontario (won by Butch Miller) was a non-ACT event.  The series also included the Bud Triple Crown in 1991 and 1992, which offered a whopping $50,000 bonus if one driver swept all three events.  Junior Hanley was successful both years, and earned over $500,000 during those two seasons alone, thanks in no small part to the Bud Triple Crown.  What’s more interesting is that Hanley drove for the Molson Brewery at the time!

GM MOTORSPORT NATIONAL STOCK CAR SERIES CHAMPIONS, 1989-1992

 

1989 – RUSS URLIN – LONDON, ON

1990 – RANDY MacDONALD – OSHAWA, ON

1991 – JUNIOR HANLEY – CAMPBELLVILLE, ON

1992 – JUNIOR HANLEY – CAMPBELLVILLE, ON

 

 

 

ALL-TIME GM MOTORSPORT NATIONAL STOCK CAR SERIES FEATURE WINNERS, 1989-1992

 

Junior Hanley – 16

Robbie Crouch – 6

Russ Urlin – 6

Randy MacDonald – 3

Kevin Lepage – 2

Rollie MacDonald – 2

Jean-Paul Cabana – 1

Beaver Dragon – 1

Steve Knowlton – 1

Butch Miller – 1

Ralph Nason – 1

Paul Richardson – 1

1989

Date Winner              Hometown

4/30  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Sanair 150

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

5/19  Russ Urlin                London, ON

Motion 200

Delaware SpeedwayLondon, ON

 

5/21  Paul Richardson      Georgetown, MA

Holiday Twin 49s

Sauble Speedway – Sauble Beach, ON

 

6/04  Butch Miller              Coopersville, MI

Molson Export 300

Cayuga Int’l Speedway – Nelles Corners, ON

 

7/16  Jean-Paul Cabana    Sherrington, QC

Hotel du Jardin Monza 300

Autodrome St-Felicien – St-Felicien, QC

 

7/29  Rollie MacDonald      Pictou, NS

Nissan Downeast 200

Scotia Speedworld – Halifax, NS

 

7/30  Russ Urlin                London, ON

Silver 125

River Glade Speedway – River Glade, NB

 

8/20  Russ Urlin                London, ON

Coors 200

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

9/17  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

GM Parts 150

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

1991

Date Winner              Hometown

5/19  Robbie Crouch        Tampa, FL

Budweiser 200

Delaware SpeedwayLondon, ON

 

6/08  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Bud Triple Crown 150

Mosport Int’l Speedway – Mosport, ON

 

6/30  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Bud Triple Crown 150

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

7/14  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Budweiser 100

Mosport Int’l Speedway – Mosport, ON

 

7/21  Kevin Lepage           Shelburne, VT

Budweiser 200

Autodrome St-Felicien – St-Felicien, QC

 

7/26  Robbie Crouch        Tampa, FL

Budweiser 200

Scotia Speedworld – Halifax, NS

 

7/28  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Bud Triple Crown 150 - $57,160 winner’s purse

Riverside Speedway – Antigonish, NS

 

8/04  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Budweiser National 500

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

9/02  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Budweiser 200

Circuit Ste-Croix – Ste-Croix de Lotbiniere, QC

 

9/15  Robbie Crouch        Tampa, FL

GM Motorsport 200

Mosport Int’l Speedway – Mosport, ON

1990

Date Winner              Hometown

4/22  Russ Urlin                London, ON

GM Parts 150

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

5/20  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Motion 200

Delaware SpeedwayLondon, ON

 

7/01  Russ Urlin                London, ON

ACT 100

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

7/29  Robbie Crouch        Tampa, FL

GM Motorsport 100

Scotia Speedworld – Halifax, NS

 

7/30  Robbie Crouch        Tampa, FL

GM Motorsport 200

Scotia Speedworld – Halifax, NS

 

8/05  Beaver Dragon        Milton, VT

Quebec 150

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

8/11  #Steve Knowlton      Ipswich, MA

Giguere 100

Circuit Ste-Croix – Ste-Croix de Lotbiniere, QC

 

8/12  Randy MacDonald   Oshawa, ON

Molson 200

Autodrome St-Felicien – St-Felicien, QC

 

8/25  Ralph Nason            Unity, ME

Autopro 100

Exhibition Stadium – Toronto, ON

 

9/16  Russ Urlin                London, ON

GM Motorsport 200

Mosport Int’l Speedway – Mosport, ON

1992

Date Winner              Hometown

4/26  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

GM Quick Service 150

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

5/17  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Budweiser Triple Crown 200

Delaware SpeedwayLondon, ON

 

6/07  Randy MacDonald   Oshawa, ON

Budweiser 200

Cayuga Int’l Speedway – Nelles Corners, ON

 

6/14  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Bud 100

Mosport Int’l Speedway – Mosport, ON

 

6/28  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Budweiser 200

Circuit Ste-Croix – Ste-Croix de Lotbiniere, QC

 

7/12  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Bud Triple Crown 100

Mosport Int’l Speedway – Mosport, ON

 

7/19  Kevin Lepage           Shelburne, VT

Budweiser 200

Autodrome St-Felicien – St-Felicien, QC

 

7/24  Randy MacDonald   Oshawa, ON

GM Motorsport 200

Scotia Speedworld – Halifax, NS

 

7/26  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

GM Parts 150

Riverside Speedway – Antigonish, NS

 

8/02  Rollie MacDonald      Pictou, NS

Budweiser 200

Sanair Super SpeedwaySt-Pie, QC

 

8/23  Robbie Crouch        Tampa, FL

GM Motorsport 200

Mosport Int’l Speedway – Mosport, ON

 

8/30  Junior Hanley          Campbellville, ON

Budweiser Triple Crown 200 - $61,095 winner’s purse

Cayuga Int’l Speedway – Nelles Corners, ON

GM Motorsport National Stock Car Series Stats & Facts

First season: 1989

Events held: 41

Total winners: 12

Total repeat winners: 6

Most wins: Junior Hanley (16)

Most wins in one season: 7, Junior Hanley (1992)

First event: Sanair Super Speedway, 4/30/89

First winner: Junior Hanley

First champion: Russ Urlin

First repeat winner: Russ Urlin (1st win – Delaware, 5/19/89; 2nd win – River Glade, 7/30/89)

First back-to-back winner: Russ Urlin (River Glade, 7/30/89 and Sanair, 8/20/89)

First rookie winner: Steve Knowlton (Ste-Croix, 8/11/90)

First Ontatio winner: Junior Hanley (Campbellville, Sanair, 4/30/89)

First Massachusetts winner: Paul Richardson (Georgetown, Sauble, 5/21/89)

First Michigan winner: Butch Miller (Coopersville, Cayuga, 6/04/89)

First Quebec winner: Jean-Paul Cabana (St-Felicien, 7/16/89)

First Nova Scotia winner: Rollie MacDonald (Pictou, Scotia, 7/29/89)

First Florida winner: Robbie Crouch (Tampa, Scotia, 7/29/90)

First Vermont winner: Beaver Dragon (Milton, Sanair, 8/05/90)

First Maine winner: Ralph Nason (Unity, Exhibition, 8/25/90)

Most point-counting events in one season: 12 (1992)

Most winners in one season: 7 (1990)

Fewest point-counting events in one season: 9 (1989)

Fewest winners in one season: 3 (1991)

 

Win streaks:

Junior Hanley – 3 (Mosport, 6/08/91 to Mosport, 7/14/91)

Junior Hanley – 3 (Riverside, 7/28/91 to Ste-Croix, 9/02/91)

Junior Hanley – 3 (Mosport, 6/14/92 to Mosport, 7/12/92)

Russ Urlin – 2 (River Glade, 7/30/89 to Sanair, 8/20/89)

Robbie Crouch – 2 (Scotia, 7/29/90 to Scotia, 7/30/90)

Junior Hanley – 2 (Sanair, 4/26/92 to Delaware, 5/17/92)

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