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The Lussier-Seaway Sportsman Series back in action this weekend at Autodrome Granby and Drummond!

Cornwall, Ontario – Wednesday, July 8, 2015 – Martin Bélanger, Series Coordinator – With nearly two months off, The Lussier-Seaway Series will regain action this weekend with visits at Autodrome Granby on Friday and making a stop at Autodrome Drummond on the following night!

In 2014, Mathieu Desjardins had swept the weekend in Quebec still being undefeated in this Series on his local track. Being absent of the first round at Brockville in May because of a major accident the night before will need a similar performance this weekend to keep his chances alive for a third title in a row.

Local Brockville runner, Steve Barber collected the win over Louie Jackson and Shane Pecore. A fine field of 39 cars had showed up being a nice preview for things to come for the series in 2015!

Averaging more than 25 regulars on a weekly basis at both track and add invaders such as Louie Jackson, Shane Pecore, Joey Ladouceur, Adam Rozon, Brianna Ladouceur, Gilles Godard, Scott Morris, Tyler Givogue, Wyatt Mullin et others, we could easily match the number of cars at the inaugural race in May.

Along with Desjardins, Martin Pelletier, Alex Lajoie, Mathieu Laramée and Kaven Poliquin will be to watch having completed the initial round with a top 10 finish. You can add resident runners Jonathan Désilets, Dany Gagné, Guy Ouellet, Martin Hébert and many others that will be looking for a good showing over the 2-night of racing.

The $2,700 points fund will be divided into the top 10 drivers after all 6 events with the champion receiving $1,000 to win all the way down to $100 to the 10th place finisher. The perfect attendance bonus program will be back with nearly $5,000 in prizes including a crate engine from Lussier Chevrolet and Seaway GM, a barrel of VP Fuels and 2 Hoosier tires.

Do not miss one of the best series in Eastern Ontario, Quebec and Northern United-States it will make visits to Autodrome Granby and Drummond a sure stop on your calendar over the weekend!

Mathieu Desjardins wins the Bandit Motorsports Sportsman Challenge at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Sunday, July 5, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – A big night of racing at Cornwall Motor Speedway with the presentation of the Bandit Motorsport Sportsman Challenge with a 50-lap feature, also the Danny Lefebvre Memorial 25 with a 25-lap event for Mini-Stock and a complete program on a night sponsored by Twin Leaf Stores.

In the 50-lap Bandit Motorsports Sportsman Challenge, Mathieu Desjardins leads the way over Tyler Givogue and Ryan Stabler. Desjardins reaches slower cars by lap 15 and keeps his distance from the rest of the field. Desjardins is alone in front with Corey Wheeler now running in second using heavy traffic to his advantage with 23 laps completed. At the halfway point, Desjardins had a comfortable lead over Wheeler, Tyler Givogue, Martin Pelletier and Ryan Stabler completes the top 5. The feature had picked up a good rhythm when the yellow comes out on lap 35 for Moise Pagé. Desjardins in front on a lap 36 restart as Martin Pelletier got to third. Desjardins and Wheeler were running side by side as Wheeler got out of the speedway and yellow is out on lap 45. Mathieu Desjardins led the final laps to win the event over Pelletier and Justin Lalancette who completes the podium.

Lance Willix led the way in Bandit Motorsports Modified feature race but he had issues with is right rear wheel and Kyle Dingwall took the lead on lap 8. Bill Mullin brought the caution on lap 9 has Willix pulled to the pits. On the restart, Lee Ladouceur was able to pass Kyle Dingwall. Carey Terrance made his way up to second. Terrance was able to make a move with 7 laps to go and passed Ladouceur. Terrance never looked back and won his first feature of 2015 over Ladouceur and Dingwall.

The 25-lap Danny Lefebvre Memorial for Mini-Stock saw Frederic Faubert leading all laps in this event as he resisted to several cautions to win over Riley McGonagle and Justin Desrosiers who came in third after a late charge.

In the Polar Sound DJ Services Semi-Pro 15-lap feature, Junior Delormier grabbed the lead as a good battle was going on behind him for second spot as Bradley Taillon brought caution on lap 3. Derek Cryderman was able to take the lead on the restart. While Cryderman was running in front, Adam Delormier had a nasty flip and red flag was out on lap 7. Cryderman kept the lead but at lap 10 he suffered issues with his car and headed to the pits giving the lead to Junior Delormier. He never looked back and captured his first feature of the season.

Rock Aubin led wire to wire in the 20-lap Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock Feature as he won his first event of the season over CD Beauchamp and George Renaud.

Do not miss next week the second round of the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals with a 100-lap feature event along with a complete program for all division and a Dash for Cash in the Sportsman.

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 Sportsman Challenge Results (50 laps)

Mathieu Desjardins, Martin Pelletier, Justin Lalancette, Fred Gamache, Jessica Power, Louie Jackson, Eric Lapointe, Joey Ladouceur, Tyler Givogue, Dany Gagne, Corey Wheeler, Mike Stacey, Thomas Cook, Adam Rozon, Dillon Sallows, Tristan Draper, Ricky Thompson, Brianna Ladouceur, Steve Morris, Miguel Peterson, Moise Page, Ryan Stabler, Jasmine David, Jean-Nicholas Gareau, Gilles Godard, Shane Pecore, Scott Mcgill, Billy Cook, Jason Shipclark, Shane Stearns

Bandit Motorsports Modified Results (30 laps)

Carey Terrance, Lee Ladouceur, Kyle Dingwall, Mario Clair, Gabriel Richer, Stephane Lafrance, Brian McDonald, Chris Herbison, David Papineau, Charlie Rice, Roger Levesque, Bill Mullin, JF Corriveau, Dexter Stacey, Matt Woodruff, Lance Willix

Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock Results (20 laps)

Rock Aubin, CD Beauchamp, George Renaud, Dave Bissonnette, Ghislain Valade, Jocelyn Roy, Stephane Lebrun, Claude Parisien, Kevin Fetterly, Marc Lalonde, Rosco Garreau, Terry Ladouceur, Ronnie Tyo, Pat Cashman, Matt Viau, Eli Gilbert, Dave Seguin

Polar Sound DJ Services Semi-Pro Results (15 laps)

Junior Delormier, Bradley Taillon, Richard Brady, Derek Cryderman, Richard Lalonde, Mathieu Aubin, Adam Delormier, Pascal Racette, Corey Gates

Danny Lefebvre Memorial 25 Mini-Stock Results (25 laps)

Frederic Faubert (DQ), Riley McGonagle, Justin Desrosiers, Chris James, Steve Morin, Eric Brousseau, Patrick Renaud, Dudes Thompson, Alexis Charbonneau, Patrick Delisle, JF Page, Marc Dagenais, Jonathan Abbott, Mike Gaucher, Shawn McLean, Skylar Ladouceur, Bob Ray, Sebastien Bouvier, Paul Deblois, Marc Chartrand, Mathieu Lortie

Bonus Program

Total Race Supply Halfway Modified Bonus Award: Lee Ladouceur

Olson Fab Halfway Sportsman Bonus Award: Mathieu Desjardins

MacEwen Halfway Pro-Stock Bonus Award: Rock Aubin

Bandit Motorsports Halfway Semi-Pro Bonus Award: Derek Cryderman

Bandit Motorsports Halfway Mini-Stock Bonus Award: Frederic Faubert

Pizza-Pizza Hard-Charger Award: Carey Terrance

Pizza-Pizza Hard-Luck Award: Lance Willix

VP Race Fuels Miss the Podium Award Modified: Frederic Gamache

Mother Nature forces several changes to the calendar at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Wednesday July 1, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – Mother Nature is not on our side for 2015! With inclement weather a third cancellation in a row with Canada Day Extravaganza taken away by rain. These several cancellations will have an impact on the schedule with many changes to be done in the coming weeks, here are the details!

On this coming Sunday, July 5th, the 2nd round of the Bandit Motorsports Sportsman Challenge will be run with a reduced event as a 50-lap race will be completed with $1,000 to win and a purse similar to a DIRTcar Series. The Mini-Stock division will have their Danny Lefebvre Memorial 25 event with a 25-lap feature event with a big purse and bonus money. The autograph and photo session will be done at intermission time as the other divisions will have a complete program. Admission price will be 15$ for general admission, the title sponsor will now be Twin Leaf Stores.

On Sunday, July 12th, the 2nd race in Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals will be done with a 100-lap Modified feature race along with the Super Series Starter, making this race very important. A complete program plus the Sportsman Dash will done as planned. Co-Op Embrun Dekalb will sponsor the evening as admission price will now be $20 in general admission.

Rutters Elevators will be the main sponsor for the visit of the Patriot Sprint on July 19 but no changes in the racing schedule for the remainder of July.

Archer’s Poultry and Bank of Montreal will support one of the biggest event of the year on Sunday, August 2nd as the 3rd round of the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals will be run with a 150-lap feature race for the Modified along with the visit of the Go Nuclear Late Model Series, a complete program as the Pro-Stock will now have the night off. Admission price has been set to 30$ for that evening.

A new schedule was created for Seaway GM night on Sunday, August 23 with the makeup date for the annual visit of the Super DIRTcar Big-Block Series with a 100-lap Modified event. Already part of that schedule on that evening, the Patriot Sprint will be there along with the Lussier-Seaway Sportsman Series race as the Vintage category will complete a very busy evening. General Admission pricing was set to 35$ for that spectacular event.

With the addition of two nights off for the Pro-Stock, a special 35-lap race will be run on Sunday, August 30th.

Several changes have been completed to make sure to include most of the different series event. Hopefully Mother Nature will let us race as the remainder of the schedule is quite spectacular until the end of the season!

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.