Shannonville’s Super Series wraps up 2021 season

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The regional Super Series has wrapped up its 2021 championships at Shannonville, with hardware handed out for series wins and other achievements:

Here’s who won what, at season’s end:

Novice Tyrone Tavares took first, with Jordan Decarie in second, Adam Pearsall in third.

Amateur Sportbike Drew Weber is the 2021 champion, with Eric Quintin second and Wes Barnes third.

Pro Sportbike Mike Raniowski was the series winner this year, with Chris Fehr behind in second, and Marco Alessandrini third overall.

Amateur Superbike Martin Perreault, Dan Lewczuk and Alex Radecki finished 1-2-3 respectively.

Pro Superbike Elie Daccache won the Pro Superbike title. Chris Fehr also fared well here, with another second overall in this championship. Eros Mukja was third.

Lightweight Production This 250-500 class series saw Ryan Vanderputten win, with Istvan Hidvegi in second, Eric Quintin third.

Lightweight Superbike This 250-650 class was headed by David Buckland. Istvan Hidvegi was second in this class as well, and Hans Van Sleuwen was third overall for the season.

Sprint Cup The Sprint Cup title went to Elie Daccache. Mike Raniowski was second overall, Chris Fehr third overall.

Sportsman Lightweight Chris Fehr earned the win in this class, with David Buckland and Ed Ianni in second and third respectively.

Sportsman Heavyweight Drew Weber won this series, with Mike Raniowski second overall, Wes Barnes ending the season third overall.

Sidecars Betcha didn’t know there was still a Sidecars class in Canada! The Michael Vinten/Celest Atkinson team took first. Wayne and Krista Walsh were second. Russ Miller and Shaun MacDonald were third.

For more details on the Super Series’ 2021 season, check out the organization’s website. See the season-ending press release below:

Press release

Super Series Celebrates a Successful 2021 Season

One of the most competitive and exciting seasons for the Super Series, over 150 riders came to test their skills at one of Canada’s premier Motorcycle venues. 

A total of 11 competitors walked away with championships. Some of them logged their first title ever, while others added to their long and impressive list of awards. 

In the 19-rider Novice class, two riders broke away from the rest to compete for the championship. Jordan Decarie and Tyrone Tavares fought hard to be the top dog in Novice, trading wins and poles back and forth all summer long. In the end, Tavares would edge Decarie by fewer than 20 points. 

In Amateur Sportbike, Drew Weber set his sights on the title after his success in Novice last season. Six poles and three wins were enough for Weber to pull away and score his first Super Series championship at the amateur level. Wes Barnes and Eric Quintin were not far behind, but couldn’t catch Weber. Weber would also pick up his second championship of 2021, taking top honours in Heavyweight Sportsman less than 25 points ahead of Mike Raniowski. 

Mike Raniowski walked away with the Pro Sportbike title, holding off a hard-charging Chris Fehr. Pro Sportbike saw four different winners with Raniowski and Fehr being joined by Louie Raffa and James Collins. Martin Perreault scored his very first title in the Amateur Superbike class. Scoring four wins, Perreault was the only Quebec-based rider to score a title this season. 

Elie Daccache continued his streak of 7 championship seasons, dating back to 2015. Scoring two perfect seasons in both Sprint Cup and Pro Superbike. Twelve combined wins, twelve combined poles and Daccache cements his place atop those two standings. 

In Lightweight Production, both Ryan Vanderputten and Itsvan Hidvegi fought hard for a title. Despite a terminal failure to the Vanderputten bike ahead of race six, Vanderputten edged out Hidvegi to take the title in one of the closest classes all season. Logging two runner-ups in both Pro Sportbike and Pro Superbike and a third-place finish in Sprint Cup, Chris Fehr wanted a title of his own. Beating David Buckland in a highly contested Lightweight Sportsman class, Fehr walked away with his second title in two years. 

The Lightweight Superbike was claimed by David Buckland. While the team of Michael Vinten and Celeste Atkinson took top honours for the first time in the Sidecar class. 

Some special awards were presented to some select riders for their special achievements. 

MAXIME MERCIER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD                                                      

Presented to the rider who displayed exemplary sportsmanship during the season



Presented to the individual rider who displayed exemplary determination

and true grit throughout the season



Presented to the team who displayed exemplary determination and true grit 

throughout the season


SUPER SERIES ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AWARD                                                     

Presented to the top Novice rider


RACERS SPIRIT AWARD                                                                                                 

Presented to the rider who showed the true fun and spirit of competition on and off the track


“PRESIDENT’S CHOICE”                                                                                                

Presented to the outstanding Amateur competitor of the year


With plans for a full schedule already coming full steam ahead, expect 2022 to showcase the same action that was seen this year. New racers will join the ranks, records will be broken and more importantly fans at Shannonville will be treated to some of the best biking action in Ontario. 

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