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Sanair Super Speedway

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Sanair Super Speedway
Sanair Speedway Logo.jpg
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LocationSaint-Pie, Quebec, Canada
Time zoneGMT −5
Opened1970 (drag strip)
1972 (road course)
1983 (tri-oval)
Major eventsCART Indy Car World Series
Molson Indy Montreal

Le Grandnationals Molson

SCCA Trans-Am Series
Molson Trans-Am

American Canadian Late Model Tour

NOPI Drag Racing
Truck racing
Drag racing
Length0.826 miles (1.33 km)
Drag strip
Length0.25 miles (0.4 km)
Road course
Length1.24 miles (2.0 km)
Short oval
Length1/3 miles

Sanair Super Speedway is a motorsports park with a 0.826-mile (1.33 km) paved triangular oval race track, a quarter-mile dragstrip, a 1/3-mile oval, as well as a 0.12-mile mini-oval and 0.15-mile karting course. It also formerly had a 1+14-mile road course which has since ceased to be used. It is located in Saint-Pie, Quebec. It hosted the Molson Indy Montreal from 1984 to 1986. The dragstrip previously hosted the NHRA's Le Grandnationals Molson until Canadian fuel regulations, prohibiting leaded race fuel, forced the NHRA to quit holding a national event in the country. It currently hosts races in the American Canadian Tour Sèrie ACT Castrol.

Track history

Lap Records

The official race lap records at Sanair Super Speedway are listed as:

Category Time Driver Vehicle Date
Tri-Oval: 1.329 km (1983–present)[1]
CART 20.074 Rick Mears Penske PC-15 1986 Molson Indy Montreal
Can-Am 23.534[2] Horst Kroll Frissbee KR3 1987 Canadian American Thundercars Sanair
Tri-Oval: 2.092 km (1983–present)
Trans-Am (over 2.5 L) 54.300[3] Warren Agor Chevrolet Camaro 1973 Sanair Trans-Am round
Trans-Am (under 2.5 L) 1:00.300[4] Bert Everett Alfa Romeo GTA 1972 Sanair Trans-Am round

Trans Am Series

Year Driver Vehicle
1972 United StatesWarren Tope Ford Mustang [5]
1973 United StatesWarren Agor Chevrolet Camaro [6]

Molson Indy Montreal winners (1984–1986)

Season Winning driver Chassis Engine Team
1984 United States Danny Sullivan Lola Cosworth Doug Shierson Racing
1985 United States Johnny Rutherford March Cosworth Alex Morales Autosports
1986 United States Bobby Rahal March Cosworth Truesports
  • During practice for the 1984 race, Rick Mears suffered serious foot and leg injuries after a crash on the mainstretch.
  • The 1985 race is known for a highly controversial finish involving Johnny Rutherford and Pancho Carter. Under caution on the final lap, Rutherford led second place Carter, and appeared on his way to victory. As the field came out of the final corner, the pace car suddenly veered off the track, and the field unexpectedly started racing the final straightaway to the finish line. Carter got the jump on Rutherford, and edged his nose just ahead at the stripe, appearing to steal the victory. Officials deemed Carter the winner, and Carter celebrated in victory lane. Controversy erupted immediately, and CART later restored the win to Rutherford.

NASCAR North Series

Sanair International Speedway
  • 1979 (May): Beaver Dragon
  • 1979 (July): Robbie Crouch
  • 1980 (May): Bobby Dragon
  • 1980 (July): Bobby Dragon
  • 1981 (May): Robbie Crouch
  • 1981 (July): Dick McCabe
  • 1982 (May): Dick McCabe
  • 1982 (August): Chuck Bown
Sanair Super Speedway
  • 1983: Beaver Dragon
  • 1984 (May): Randy LaJoie
  • 1984 (August): Claude Leclerc
  • 1985 (May): Bobby Dragon
  • 1985 (August): Robbie Crouch

ASA National Tour

See also


  1. ^ "Sanair". Retrieved 4 June 2022.
  2. ^ "Canadian American Thundercars Sanair 1987". Retrieved 4 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Trans-Am Sanair 1973". Retrieved 4 June 2022.
  4. ^ "Trans-Am Sanair [Two-Five] 1972". Retrieved 4 June 2022.
  5. ^ "1972 Trans-Am Box Scores" (PDF). SCCA Archives. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2013-04-22.
  6. ^ "1973 Trans-Am Box Scores" (PDF). SCCA Archives. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-05-13. Retrieved 2013-04-22.

External links

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