TCM Best Looking Car Presented by Imaginit Designs – “Honorable Mentions”
For the past 48 hours, our panel, made up of 17 from outside the Maritime Racing community who were seeing the nominees for the Tim’s Corner Motorsports Best Looking Car presented by Imaginit Designs, converged on our Facebook page to take a look at our 50+ nominees for the award.We asked each finalist to pick their favorite five cars (because picking one out of 50+ is hard as it is) and we have five nominees who garnered at least six panel nods. It should be noted that 30 cars received at least one vote from our panel.
While our finalists for the award will be announced Thursday, alongside our finalists for the RacingSpectator.ca Driver of the Year, we will announce the first five on the outside looking in when it comes to the TimsCorner.ca Best Looking Car Award presented by Imaginit Designs. These cars placed in sixth through tenth and received at least four votes from the panel. In fact, we had a four way tie for seventh in the voting.
So, without further adieu, here are sixth through tenth, or the drivers barely missing out on the fan vote, for the TCM Best Looking Car presented by Imagint Designs.
6th – Doug Jagoe – Miramichi, New Brunswick – #75 Atlantic Host Chevrolet SS – Late Model Sportsman – Vision Signs, Lettered by Mitch Good and Doug Jagoe
7th – Cole Boudreau – Chipman, New Brunswick – #00 Queen Street Auto, Irving Blending and Packaging Ford – Super Late Model – Shaw Signs
7th – Sarah McKay – Quispamsis, New Brunswick – #23 A.E. McKay Builders Ford Fusion – Late Model Sportsman – Wilkins Signs
7th – Kirk Sheasgreen – Miramichi, New Brunswick – #43 Flexcon Industries, MacCallum Castle Building Centre Ford – Eastern Super Mini Cup Series – Sign Warehouse of Miramichi
7th – Phil Barkhouse Jr – Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia – #99 Phil-Ko Plastics Chevrolet Impala – Late Model Sportsman – Speed Signs (Photo submitted with nomination, Ken MacIsaac Photo
*Of note, Phil was a top five finalist last year in the Best Looking Car Award, finishing fourth.
Last season, Frankie Fraser and the Alexander Racing Team #15 Super Late Model took home the title in a landslide victory with the panel and fan vote.
About Imaginit Design:
IMAGINit Design & Signs is a locally owned and operated company located in Nova Scotia and provides designs and graphics to customers across our region. From custom designs and signage to digital printing Imaginit works closely with you every step of the way to ensure the outcome you receive is more than you imagined. We offer customers personalized one-on-one consultations with senior designers who listen carefully and ask the right questions about your business and creative project, the audiences you wish to attract, and the emotional responses you wish to generate. Please visit our web site at www.imaginitdesign.com or call us today at 902-444-2000 for a free quote on your design & signage needs.
About Tim’s Corner:
Tim’s Corner began as a weekly stock car racing column appearing on ScotiaSpeedworld.ca and MaritimeProStockTour.com, penned by track and series announcer Tim Terry. It has now grown to include basic media services for motorsport teams big and small. TimsCorner.ca, the official website of Tim’s Corner, also features Tim’s Corner Unplugged, a podcast hosted by Terry which focuses on the motorsports scene. For more information on Tim’s Corner and services offered, visit TimsCorner.ca!