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Brian McDonald wins first feature of 2015 at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Sunday, August 30, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – It was Fan Appreciation night at Cornwall Motor Speedway on a busy night with a full program for 4 regular divisions along with the annual visit of the SpeedSTR and Slingshot as Budweiser was sponsoring the evening.

Brian McDonald takes the lead in the 30-lap Bandit Motorsports Modified Feature. McDonald had Mario Clair and Chris Raabe in the mix, the race picked up a good rhythm as Raabe passed Clair for second and got closer with 10 laps to go. McDonald is able to keep is lead and wins his first feature of the season over Raabe and Clair completes the podium. Gabriel Richer won the Non-Winner Challenge Race.

The 25-lap Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage Realty was the final event of the evening with Gabriel Cyr the early leader over Scott McGill and Steve Morris. Cyr in lead with 5 laps down as Morris took second while Joey Ladouceur joined the lead pack. Cyr lost control on lap 14 and lost his chance to capture a win. On the restart, Ladouceur wasted no time and got the lead. Ladouceur never looked back and won his second feature of the season over Morris and Dylan Evoy who came for 17th to complete the podium. Jessica Power won the Non-Winner Challenge with Junior Delormier capturing the first Novice Sportsman feature race.

In the special 35-lap Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock feature, Dave Bissonnette grabbed the early lead over George Renaud and PJ Peters. The first 10-lap went on quickly. Several cautions occurred in the second portion. Bissonnette was able to build a comfortable lead in the last fifteen laps and he won his second feature of the season.

Pierre Hebert wasted no time and took the lead in the 20-lap SpeedSTR event, while Hebert was running in front, Francis Methot was able to make his way up to second as both drivers had a good battle. Hebert was able to finish in front of Methot as Isabelle Manny completed the podium. Gabriel Lussier in the senior slingshot and Donovan Lussier in the junior slingshot were the other winners.

Riley McMonagle was the early leader in the 12-lap Polar Sound DJ Services and led the first 7 laps as he gave the lead to Chris James with Mike Gaucher in second and JF Page in third. James and Gaucher went into a great battle as James was able to win his first feature of the year over Gaucher and Page.

One of the biggest events of the year next Sunday as the DIRTcar Triple Crown will be presented with the initial race of the DIRTcar 358-Modified Series in conjunction with the final round of the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals, the DIRTcar Sportsman and Pro-Stock Series will also be run along with a regular night for both Semi-Pro and Mini-Stock.

For more information on the upcoming season at Cornwall, please visit the website at you can add us on Facebook at or on twitter at @cornwalspeedway, we will use these two Medias for results and contests over the summer.

Bandit Motorsports Modified Feature (30 laps)
Brian McDonald, Chris Raabe, Mario Clair, Kyle Dingwall, Carey Terrance, Lance Willix, Lee Ladouceur, David Papineau, Gage Morin, Chris Herbison ,Gabriel Richer, Rene Duquette, Roger Levesque, Charlie Rice, Kayle Robidoux, Bruno Lepage, Stephane Lafrance

Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage Sportsman (25 laps)
Joey Ladouceur, Steve Morris, Dylan Evoy, Gilles Godard, Corey Wheeler, Mike Stacey, Tristan Draper, Billy Cook, Tyler Givogue, Thomas Cook, Adam Rozon, Tom Jock, Louie Jackson, Emmanuel St-Denis, Scott Mcgill, Brianna Ladouceur, Jessica Power, David Andre, Nathan Berry, Gabriel Cyr, Justin Lalancette, Jean-Nicholas Gareau (DNS)

Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock Results (35 laps)
Dave Bissonnette, Rock Aubin, George Renaud, Claude Parisien, Jocelyn Roy, Terry Ladouceur, Dave Seguin, PJ Peters, Jocelyn Chicoine, Marc Lalonde, Rosco Garreau, Pat Cashman, Trevor Gaucher, Stephane Lebrun, Joey Ladouceur, CD Beauchamp, Kevin Fetterly, Dylan Crawford

Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock (12 laps)
Chris James, Mike Gaucher, JF Page, Justin Desrosiers, Shawn Ray, Alexis Charbonneau, Eric Brousseau, Paul Deblois, Marc Dagenais, Riley McGonagle, Skylar Ladouceur, Mike McGonegal, Jean-Pierre Jeanneault

Bonus Program
Olson Fab Halfway Modified Bonus Award: Brian McDonald
Total Race Supply Halfway Sportsman Bonus Award: Gabriel Cyr
Pizza-Pizza Hard-Charger Award: Chris James
Pizza-Pizza Hard-Luck Award: Jean-Pierre Jeanneault
MacEwen Halfway Bonus Pro-Stock: Dave Bissonnette
Bandit Motorsports Mini-Stock Halfway Bonus: Riley McMonagle
VP Race Fuels Miss the Podium Award Pro-Stock: Claude Parisien

Only 6$ in general admission this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Thursday, August 27, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – The bargain chasers will be happy to hear that this coming Sunday, it will only cost $6 in general admission access on Fan Appreciation Night sponsored by Budweiser. A busy schedule is on tap for fans and drivers.

As there is only 2 nights left in the track championship for most of the divisions, the action will be heated in both qualifying rounds and also come feature time as all points will be important to get.

With a hefty 120-point lead, Carey Terrance must only qualify in the feature this Sunday to guarantee a second Bandit Motorsports Modified championship. Terrance has a similar sequence that he had last, winning three of his 4 features in the last 5 events, he never finished worse than second in these races. Behind Terrance, a good battle is shaping up to determine the other positions in the top 5 as Stephane Lafrance, Lee Ladouceur, Kyle Dingwall, Gabriel Richer and Brian McDonald are all involved.

Corey Wheeler continues to dominate in the Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage Sportsman having a comfortable 66-point lead over Justin Lalancette. The same scenario is forming up for the battles between the other positions in the top 5 with Lalancette, Louie Jackson, Joey Ladouceur and Jessica Power. A 25-lap event is scheduled for them.

With the several changes in the schedule, the promoter Ray Lavergne decided to add some laps to a total of 35 for this Sunday’s event in the Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock feature. Dave Bissonnette is looking for his 4th consecutive championship leading by 42 points over George Renaud. C.D Beauchamp and Jocelyn Roy are tied in third with Stephane Lebrun behind with a 20-point difference in fifth. Everything is still possible for them with 2 events to go!

J.F Page leads the way in the Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock with a 39-point priority over Marc Dagenais. The points are close for third with only 8 separating Justin Desrosiers and Chris James. A 12-lap affair is on the card for them.

Being part of the calendar changes, the SpeedSTR were moved to this Sunday. Mostly coming from Quebec, about 15 drivers are expected for their annual stop at Cornwall. A 20-lap feature is on the schedule for them with the Semi-Pro having the night off.

In addition to these 5 features, a non-winner challenge is also part of the schedule for both Modified and Sportsman. All drivers that did not win a feature event and have participated in at least 50% of the races at Cornwall this season are eligible. A 15-lap race is scheduled for the Modifieds while the Sportsman will compete in a 12-lap event.

Part of Fan Appreciation Night, Bandit Motorsports will offer a T-Shirt to the first 500 fans that will cross the gates!

Admission costs will be 6$ for adults in general admission, 3$ for seniors and only 2$ for kids 16 years and under. Pit entry costs will be 23$. The gates will open at 3pm to allow hauler parking and general admission gates will open at 5:30pm with the first qualifying race at 7pm.

For more information on the upcoming season at Cornwall, please visit the website at you can add us on Facebook at or on twitter at @cornwalspeedway, we will use these two Medias for results and contests over the summer.

Super DIRTcar Big-Block Series, Patriot Sprints and Seaway-Lussier Sportsman all together this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Thursday, August 20, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – Cornwall Motor Speedway will present his biggest event of the 2015 season with the Super DIRTcar Big-Block Series, the second visit of the Patriot Sprints, the Seaway-Lussier Sportsman and also the lone visit of the Vintage group, this great night of racing will be sponsored by Seaway GM and Mel Valade Backhoe Services.

After being victim of inclement weather in late June, promoter Raymond Lavergne was able to negotiate a rain date for the Super DIRTcar Big-Block Series. The Big-Block stars that includes recent Albany-Saratoga winner Jimmy Phelps, point’s leader Matt Sheppard, Billy Decker, Danny Johnson, Brett Hearn, Tim Fuller, Pat Ward, Billy Dunn, Larry Wight, Stewart Friesen, Pete Britten, and along with series regulars, we can expect to see Mario Clair, Steve Bernard, Yan Bussière, David Hebert, J-F Corriveau, Tim Kerr and others to be added to the Big Block ranks. This event will attract a quality field and should be the biggest one so far in 2015 at the speedway.

The Patriot Sprints will make their second stop of the season at Cornwall, in July, Steve Poirier had collected the win over Lee Ladouceur and Ohsweken Speedway promoter, Glenn Styres. A solid field of over 20 cars is expected for this group.

The Seaway-Lussier Sportsman that has some great momentum over the last few seasons will also be on the schedule with a 50-lap event. Martin Pelletier leads the way in the championship with a 40-point lead over Shane Pecore. After 4 races completed, the series have averaged 35 cars at each track the series has visited.

The Eastern Ontario Vintage Group will also be at speedway this Sunday with their only visit in 2015 at Cornwall.

With several new drivers joining the Sportsman rank and success of the Novice Sportsman class at other track, the Cornwall Motor Speedway decided to add this category for the rest of the season, a 12-lap feature will be added along with a heat race. Procedure are available on the website. In order that have this class running this Sunday, a minimum of 6 cars will be needed, if we have less than 6, drivers will be able to attempt to qualify for the Series race.

Admission costs will be 35$ for adults in general admission, 18$ for seniors and only 2$ for kids 16 years and under. Pit entry costs will be 45$. The gates will open at 2pm to allow hauler parking and general admission gates will open at 4pm with the first qualifying race at 7pm as time trials for Modified and Sportsman will start at 6:30pm.

For more information on the upcoming season at Cornwall, please visit the website at you can add us on Facebook at or on twitter at @cornwalspeedway, we will use these two Medias for results and contests over the summer.