News From Cornwall Motor Speedway!

News From Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Friday, April 25, 2014 – Martin Bélanger – Here some news about the upcoming season at Cornwall Motor Speedway as we are less than 25 days from opening night !

In preparation for 2014

The annual officials’ meeting was held last weekend to review all track procedures. New track promoter Graham Gordon also took the opportunity to layout the vision of the new owners. The Lavergne family wants to keep Cornwall as one of the top racing facility in North America and they will invest money in the infrastructure such as the front stretch wall and fence to keep the drivers and fans safe. They are also planning in updating the stands in the next couple of seasons.

Several little investments and enhancements will be done at the speedway from now until the end of the season to help move the racing program a little smoother and make sure to provide fans with the best experience possible at the speedway!

Cornwall Centre Road Closed for the summer

Effective April 22, 2014, the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario has started the replacement of the highway 401 overpass over Cornwall Centre Road. This will have an impact on race teams and fans from eastern Ontario, Quebec that are travelling westbound on the 401 and also everyone travelling from Cornwall. The construction will be done only at the end of October 2014.

People that will take Brookdale Exit 789 on the 401 will need to follow signs leading to Vincent Massey Drive, then follow this route and then turn right on Power Dam Road that will lead up to the Speedway.

For race teams, the same access to Pit Road will be available, for fans, Cornwall Centre Road will be open from Power Dam and access to the main parking lot will be accessible.

Please add an extra 5 to 10 minutes to your travelling plans when coming to Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Special contest on Facebook and Twitter

Social media are really important these and Cornwall Motor Speedway will be more active than ever on both Facebook and Twitter. Live results will be posted every Sunday night for fans that could not attend the races and would like to know what is happening at the track.

A special contest is underway on both Facebook and Twitter; we are trying to boost our fan base up to 3,500 fans on Facebook and up to 500 followers on Twitter. We will have a season pass worth over $250 to be drawn for each social media when we reach one or the other plateau. You can join our facebook page at and Twitter at@cornwalspeedway

Throughout the season, we will continue to update Facebook with useful information about the upcoming races and weekly draws will be done as a pair of general admission tickets will be up for grabs via a weekly questions, fans that will answer the question correctly will be eligible in the draw.

360nitro will be back in 2014!

The popular website will be back next season to cover 5 major events at the speedway with interviews, photos, releases and some bonus coverage will be added. Cornwall Motor Speedway is proud to be a partner with this fast growing website!

For more information on the upcoming events at the speedway, you can visit the website at www.cornwallspeedway.