Jiffy Auto Services Triple Crown this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway!
Cornwall, Ont – Wednesday, August 27, 2014 – Martin Bélanger – One of most busiest and most important evening of 2014 will occur this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway as we will crown 10 different champions with 5 track champions, 3 series and 2 mini-series, will come to an end on Jiffy Auto Services Triple Crown Night. A few drivers are also in good position to take both the track title and also the series in their respective division.
The Jiffy Auto Services Modified division will see a new driver in the champion seat as Chris Raabe currently leads Stephane Lafrance by 16 points. Currently third, Carey Terrace will look to finish strong having only 18 points behind the leader. To add to the challenge, it will be the final round of the Canadian Nationals paired with the 4th race of the DIRTcar 358-Modified Series as 125 laps will be completed. Mario Clair currently has a 33-point edge over Lafrance in the Canadian Nationals title. The Doiron Engineering Heat Points Championship will also end with Raabe leading over Terrance and Brian McDonald. Several invaders will be at the speedway to try and win the coveted $5,000.
Important evening also for the Wheeler –Forget Royal Lepage Sportsman category with a 40-lap event on tap also counting towards the Seaway-Lussier and GM Performance Sportsman Series as several drivers will be looking for a good result in this event to cash in some extra money. A battle between two drivers will come to an end as only 4 points separates Shane Pecore and Corey Wheeler. Pecore will need to perform well as he also leads the way in the Seaway-Lussier Series with only 3 points over defending champion Mathieu Desjardins.
The 40-lap event that will end both the Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock Championship and the Mohawk Race Parts Pro-Stock Series as we will see 2 different champions crowned with Dave Bissonnette having a comfortable lead in the track championship but was not a regular on the Mohawk tour. A battle between two Stephane as Lebrun and Lemire are in the hunt for the Mohawk title with Lebrun winning this championship in 2013. Bissonnette and Lebrun and tied in the RSI Industrial Supplies heat championship.
Junior Delormier only needs to finish the 15-lap Laminacorr Feature event and will be crowned the 2014 division champion.
A similar scenario for the 12-lap Mini-Stock feature as Chris James has a 30-point lead over second place.
Intermission time will be filled with several draws involving drivers that participated in all events of the respective Canadian Nationals, Seaway and Mohawk Race Parts Series. Nearly $20,000 in prize and money will be given during that time.
Pit Gates will open at 2:30pm with general admission opening at 4pm. The first heat is scheduled for 6pm. General Admission will costs 30$ with children 18 years and under only 2$, seniors 65 and over will be 15$ and Pit Admission will be $40.
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