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Charlie Sandercock captures Go Nuclear Late Model Series race at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Sunday, July 3, 2016 – Martin Bélanger – Cornwall Motor Speedway had one of their most popular nights as the fans had the chance to meet the drivers at intermission time along with the Go Nuclear Late Model Series and a full program sponsored by Archer’s Poultry Farm.

Andy Mayhew was the early in the 35-lap Go Nuclear Late Models feature with Adam Turner and Charlie Sandercock right behind him. Both Mayhew and Turner ran side by side for several laps. Sandercock made a few nifty moves and took the lead on lap 10. Both Sandercock and Turner pulled away from the field as they hit lap 20. Sandercock made no errors in this green to checker feature and captured the win.

In the 30-lap Bandit Motorsports Modified feature, Stephane Lafrance took the early lead over Kyle Dingwall and Carey Terrance. Current point’s leader, Terrance used the top lane to get to the front on lap 8 and pulled away but Dingwall found something at around halfway point and got closer to the leader as the top 4 ran together in the final laps, Terrance led the final laps to win a very entertaining caution free feature over Lafrance and Dingwall.

Emmanuel St-Denis led the way in the Tracy Wheeler Storm Realty Sportsman feature as he led the first 3 laps as Mike Stacey brought the caution. St-Denis working the bottom lane with Tristan Draper and Miguel Peterson running behind the leader. Draper used a restart to gain the lead on lap 6 as Justin Lalancette made his way into the top 3. On a lap 8 restart, Brianna Ladouceur made her way to second spot. Draper and Ladouceur were running side by side with 5 laps to and used the bottom to pass Draper in lap traffic. She led the final laps to win her second event of the season over Draper and Lalancette.

The Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock was the final feature of the evening as Justin Desrosiers was the early leader in the 20-lap affair. Kevin Fetterly took the lead on a lap 2 restart. Fetterly had Dave Seguin as a dancing partner with Ghislain Valade in the top 3. Fetterly managed to hold Seguin as both drivers ran side by side with 5 laps to go. Fetterly led the final to capture his first feature in his Pro-Stock career.

Francis Blanchette was the early leader in the 12-lap Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock as an accident occurred on lap 2 with Marc Dagenais landing on his roof at the end of turn 1 and red flag was out. Blanchette back into the lead with Steve Morin and Tyler French the top 3. Blanchette led wire to wire to capture his first feature of the season and since June 8, 2014.

Another big event next week as the second round of the Race for the Cure Sportsman Series will be presented with a 75-lap event along with the second round of the Regional DIRTcar Series for the Modified and a 50-lap feature as the other divisions will run a regular events.

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

Bandit Motorsports Modified Feature (30 laps)

Carey Terrance, Stephane Lafrance, Kyle Dingwall, Chris Raabe, Lance Willix, Corey Wheeler, Joey Ladouceur, Bobby Herrington, Mario Clair, Brian McDonald, Gabriel Richer, Joel Doiron, Gage Morin, Tim O’Brien, Michael Maresca, David Papineau, Marc Therrien, Roger Levesque, Zach Aubertine, Tom Jock Jr

Go Nuclear Late Models Series (30 laps)

Charlie Sandercock, Adam Turner, Phil Potts, Kyle Sopaz, Andy Mayhew, Chad Homan, Chad Belyea, Brandon Mowat, Tyler Rand, Chris Fleming, Dale Caswell, Johnny Hill, Austin King, Norm Mayhew, Robbie Wilson

Tracy Wheeler Storm Realty Sportsman Feature Results (25 laps)

Brianna Ladouceur, Tristan Draper, Justin Lalancette, Miguel Peterson, Ricky Thompson, Dany Gagne, Shane Pecore, Emmanuel St-Denis, Ryan Stabler, Tyler Givogue, Louie Jackson, Gabriel Cyr, Thomas Cook, Jessica Power, Billy Cook, Gilles Godard, Mike Stacey, Zach Arquiett, Adam Rozon, David Andre, Steve Morris, Derek Cryderman, Scott Mcgill, Junior Delormier, Brad Winters, Mike Evans (DNS)

Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock Feature Results (20 laps)

Kevin Fetterly, Dave Seguin, Dave Bissonnette, George Renaud, Stephane Lebrun, CD Beauchamp, Rock Aubin, Marc Lalonde, PJ Peters, Ghislain Valade, Riley McMonagle, Terry Ladouceur, Justin Desrosiers, Francis Desjardins

Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock (12 laps)

Francis Blanchette, Bob Ray, Steve Morin, Tyler French, Patrice Moniere, Sebastien Beauregard, Scott Hurford, James McFarlane, Steven Quesnel, Corey Gates, Marc Dagenais, Paul Deblois, Alexis Charbonneau

Bonus Program

Bandit Motorsports Modified Bonus Award: Carey Terrance

Total Race Supply Halfway Sportsman Bonus Award: Tristan Draper

MacEwen Pro-Stock Halfway Bonus Award: Kevin Fetterly

Bandit Motorsports Mini-Stock Bonus: Francis Blanchette

Bandit Motorsports 6th place finisher Bonus: CD Beauchamp

VP Race Fuels Miss the Podium Award: Chris Raabe

Pizza-Pizza of Cornwall Hard-Luck Award: Francis Desjardins

Pizza-Pizza of Cornwall Hard-Charger Award: Dave Bissonnette

Go Nuclear Late Models Series and Autograph Night this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont –Thursday, June 30, 2016 – Martin Bélanger – Another big event at Cornwall Motor Speedway this Sunday as the Go Nuclear Late Model Series will be in town along with the always popular Autograph night as Archers Poultry will be the sponsor of the evening that will also see the Modifieds, Sportsman, Pro-Stock and Mini-Stock in action.

Just like the Super DIRTcar Big Block Series last week, the Go Nuclear Late Model Series will make their annual stop to Cornwall after missing the race last year because of Mother Nature. Phil Potts had won a barnburner over Adam Turner during the last visit in 2014. These two drivers will lead a field of great drivers such as current point’s leader Charlie Sandercock. Late Models drivers coming from the Brighton area as well as Central NY, should assemble a very competitive field for the 30-lap event.

Also on the card, is the very popular autograph and photo night with the drivers at intermission time, young and older ones have a great chance to interact with their favourite driver.

The Bandit Motorsports Modifieds will have a regular night as the point’s battle is pretty tight between 4 drivers as Carey Terrance leads the way over Brian McDonald, Chris Raabe and Mario Clair. Only 25 points separates the top 4 drivers. A 30-lap event is scheduled.

Veteran runner, Shane Pecore solidified his lead in the Tracy Wheeler Storm Realty Sportsman division by winning last week’s event. He holds a 14-point advantage over Tyler Givogue. The Sportsman will run their regular 25-lap event as the Novice Sportsman will have a night off.

Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock are making a return after a week’s absence with a 20-lap affair as the Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock will run their regular 12-lap feature race.

The pit gates will open at 4pm and costs will be 30$ in the pit area. General admission will open its doors at 5pm and costs will be $20 for adults, 10$ for seniors and only 2$ for 16 years old and younger. The first heat will be run at 7pm sharp.

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

Super DIRTcar Big-Block Series in town this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway this Sunday!

Cornwall, Ont –Thursday, June 23, 2016 – Martin Bélanger – One of the biggest events of the 2016 season is upon us as the Super DIRTcar Big Block Series is in town this coming Sunday with all the stars that run this series along with a complete race program as the Pro-Stock will have a night off. This great event will be sponsored by Mel Valade Backhoe.

Coming off a big win last night in round 2 of the Series at Williams Grove, Matt Sheppard will lead a group of very talented Big Block drivers to Cornwall in which we can include, Billy Decker, Tim Fuller, Jimmy Phelps, Stewart Friesen, Larry Wight, Brett Hearn, Mat Williamson, Max McLaughlin, Pete Britten, Pat Ward, Danny Johnson, Ryan Arbuthnot, Erick Rudolph as well as several runners from Quebec such as David Hebert, Yan Bussiere, Steve Bernard and JF Corriveau.

Our local drivers will be looking into upsetting the Super DIRTcar Series regulars as Carey Terrance, Brian McDonald, Chris Raabe, Mario Clair, Kyle Dingwall, Lance Willix, Joel Doiron, Corey Wheeler, Gabriel Richer and company. With several invaders along with our core group of cars, we can expect to reach the magical number of 40 participants in order to qualify for the 100-lap event paying $6,000.

A complete race program for the other divisions is on tap as the Pro-Stock will have a night off after running a busy weekend up in Quebec for the Ultimate Pro-Stock Series.

The pit gates will open at 2pm and costs will be 45$ in the pit area. General admission will open its doors at 3pm and costs will be $35 for adults, 18$ for seniors and only 2$ for 16 years old and younger. Time trials are scheduled for 6:30pm as the first heat will be run at 7pm sharp.

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