The 2019 APC Series Rookie of the Year dominated nearly every part of the COVID-19 shortened 2020 season. With a staggering 1.2 average finishing position, only one car beat Lawrence one time across the five races.
Matt Pritiko, a series regular since its inception, put together a nearly flawless season with three victories, all coing at key points when the championship race tightened up. After finishing close several times, the team clamped down and got the job done in 2019.
After a 2017 season that saw JR Fitzpatrick mulled with troubles, the team returned in 2018 with one goal in mind, the championship. With top 10s in all but one race and a podium in 5 of the 9 races, JR put up impressive numbers throughout the 2018 season.
Brandon Watson returned to the APC Series in 2017 and put together a story book season, winning over half the races and only finishing outside the top five once. For the first time in series history, the driver had the championship clinched entering the final event.
After a 2015 season that saw the #81 team battle adversity and refuse to give up, 2016 brought a great amount of success to the Sauble Falls Racing Team. Knocking off 5 wins in 9 races, Andrew Gresel went on to add to his storied short track career with his first APC Series championship.
Dale Shaw rose to the top in the inaugural season for the APC Series, scoring a major win and earning 5 top 5 finishes in the 7 races. Shaw followed the footsteps of his father, rising to the top in one of Canada's elite touring short track series.