The APC United Late Model Series first took to the track in May of 2015 and immediately gained attention around not only the Province, but the Country and into the United States. The Pro Late Model division was suffering at all tracks in Ontario, until the series gave new hope to what was once a blooming series. With fields as high as 40 cars in its inaugural tour, the series took everybody by storm with a championship battle that went down to the final race.
The goal of the APC United Late Model Series is to provide drivers with a level playing field where they can compete at a high level without breaking the bank. The tour feels, acts and even races like any other big name series in Canada and the United States and has attracted many top names and sponsors. With its own officials, media team, race directors, tech team and more the series has all the aspects expected of a large touring series.
At just 13 years of age, Treyten Lapcevich entered the 2017 season as the youngest driver in series history. Scoring two top ten finishes and a ninth in final series standings, Lapcevich became the Rookie of the Year in his first season with a touring series.
In his first season out of a Delaware Speedway Super Stock, Shae Gemmell showed great poise and discipline, driving to a 13th place points finish. Shae's first career top 10 finish came in the final race of the season at Delaware Speedway, a track the Dorchester driver grew up racing at.
In his first season behind the wheel of a late model, Billy Schwartzenburg got to work right away with a very impressive performance in the series inagural event, leading a large portion of the event. Finishing 8th in final standings and earning 4 top 10 finishes in 7 events, Billy earned the first ever Rookie of the Year title.