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Quinn Flooring Returns to Present Second TCM Power Performer Championship

The Quinn Flooring Power Performer Championship returns to Tim’s Corner Motorsports for a second straight season.

The Championship pits all drivers at every stock car track and in every division in the region against each other to determine the best in Atlantic Canadian stock car racing. Drivers receive TCM points for every “A Main” event they participate in at the 10 paved oval stock car race tracks in Atlantic Canada along with the Valley Raceway dirt track in Melvern Square, Nova Scotia. Over 650 drivers got behind the wheel at a track in feature competition in 2017 with Tim Webster of Beaver Bank, Nova Scotia being crowned the inaugural Quinn Flooring Power Performer Champion.

Quinn Flooring has stepped up once again to give $250 to the overall champion of the Quinn Flooring Power Performer Championship. The champion will also receive a TCM Best of Racing Banner and a trophy. Drivers must run a TCM sticker on their car to be eligible for any cash or prizes associated with the Power Performer Championship.

Quinn Flooring has been fulfilling client visions for over 70 years. While flooring trends have changed, their commitment to exceptional customer service has never wavered. Their team members are specialists and perfectionists – they believe their clients deserve the very best. In addition to offering nearly a century of expertise, they also use some of the highest quality equipment, products and finishing techniques in the industry.

Quinn Flooring offers a wide selection of high-quality interior products: from carpeting and area rugs, to hardwood and ceramic flooring, and shower surrounds. Get in touch with them to see how they can service your projects from initial vision, to sales, to installation and everything in between. Visit them at 997 King Street in Windsor, call them at (902) 798-4811 or online at

The championship format remains unchanged from 2017;

  • All feature races within the point season from Friday, May 18th to Saturday, October 13th (with the exception of rainouts that would push races past the scheduled end date) will count towards the Power Performer standings.
  • To score maximum points, a driver must win a race that has 12 or more starters. A win in a field of 12 cars or more will receive 12 points plus three bonus points for a “full field” win. Each position will decrease by one point (second place receives 11 points, third place receives 10) until the 12th place finishers receives one point. All starters in the field will receive one point with the system. Drivers who do not qualify for a feature race will receive one point.
  • No points will be awarded for heats or qualifiers.
  • Fields that have less than 12 cars will award the winner the amount of points there are starters. For example, a seven car field would award the winner seven points.
  • A driver’s best 12 feature races will count towards his or her point season.
  • Points in the system will go to the driver and not the car. For example, if Matt Rodgers substitutes for Drew Greenlaw in Drew Greenlaw’s car, Matt Rodgers would receive points as the driver.
  • A driver who competes in one or more feature races in one night, regardless of division, will receive points for both starts.
  • The three drivers who amass the most points in June, July, August and September will receive five, three and one bonus points respectively.
  • All told, the most points one driver could amass in a season is 200, should they win 12 full field point races and win five point bonuses for each of the four qualifying months.

Tracks are asked to have results posted and/or submitted for their respective weekend races by Tuesday evening with correct driver finishes so points can be tabulated and released by Thursday evening for the following week. If a track does not have results released and submitted by Tuesday evening, Tim’s Corner Motorsports has the right to refuse the late listing.

Marketing opportunities are available for contingency awards throughout the season and is the most affordable way to get your company displayed through Tim’s Corner Motorsports. Contact Tim Terry for more information.

In 2017, Tim Webster won the Quinn Flooring Power Performer Championship by four points over Bandolero driver Austin MacDonald, 155 to 151. Newfoundland NASCAR Whelen All American Series Division I champion Wayne Walsh was third, followed by Bandolero and Legend youngster Josh Langille and Scotia Speedworld Lightning runner-up “Rational” Richard Drake.

For complete information on the Quinn Flooring Power Performer of the Year, visit or

Past Champions:

Power Performer Championship
2017 – Tim Webster of Beaver Bank, NS

Panel Vote
2016 – Cory Hall of Jolicure, NB
2015 – Dave Matthews of Kennetcook, NS
2014 – Jonathan Hicken of Brudenell, PE
2013 – Shawn Tucker of Fredericton, NB
2012 – Dave O’Blenis of Boundary Creek, NB

Promotional consideration for 2017 Award Banner and Trophy to TCM Partners; Finish Line Vinyl Design, Phil-Ko Plastics and Glass, Drakon Tech, McCarthy Photographic, Racin Photos.

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