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Terrance, Lalancette, Poirier, Lebrun, Chaput and Page winners at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Sunday, July 26, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – A busy night as the Ultimate Pro-Stock Series was in town for two 25-lap events as well as the Canada-Usa Lightning Sprint Challenge and a complete race program. The Semi-Pro had a night off on Speedy Glass.

David Papineau took the lead in the 30-lap Bandit Motorsports Modified Feature, he led the first nine laps as caution played in favor of Chris Herbison taking the lead on that restart. On the following lap, an accident occurred in turn 4, everyone was able to rejoin the field. Herbison headed to the pits having issues with his car giving the lead to Lee Ladouceur just before halfway point as Carey Terrance and Brian McDonald were running in the top 3. Yellow lights were out with only 9 laps to go. On the restart, Carey Terrance did a slide job on Ladouceur and grabs the leads as Gage Morin was able to move up top second spot. Caution occurred with only 2 laps to go. Terrance led the final laps to notch his second win of the season over Gage Morin and Ladouceur.

Brianna Ladouceur used the high lane and took the lead in the 25-lap Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage Sportsman feature. Ladouceur led the first fifteen laps when Corey Wheeler passed her. Starting in the 11th spot, Justin Lalancette was really strong on the top side and surprised Wheeler with 4 laps to go and won his first feature in his career over Wheeler and Ladouceur.

In the first 25-lap Ultimate Pro-Stock Series, Stephane Lebrun took the lead over Rosco Garreau and Jocelyn Roy. First caution occurred on lap 2 with Richard Bertrand stopping in turn 2. Lebrun continued to lead with Roy now in second spot and George Renaud joining the leaders with 10 laps completed. A few caution slowed the race before the halfway point. Lebrun continued to lead with Renaud and Dave Bissonnette. Lebrun went on to lead the final portion of the race as he won his second feature in a row at Cornwall and first in the Ultimate Series.

Steve Chaput took the lead in the second Ultimate Pro-Stock feature, Chaput had to resists at charges from Dave Bissonnette starting at halfway point. Chaput used the top side of the speedway perfectly to claim the 25-lap event and collects his first win in Cornwall and second in the Ultimate Series.

Jordan Poirier dominated the 25-lap Lightning Sprint Canada-USA, taking the lead on the initial green, Poirier finished the caution free event with more than a half track lead over Alex Therrien and Guillaume Nedeirer.

A nice field of 18 cars took the green in the 12-lap Polar Sound DJ Services feature. Mike Gaucher quickly got to the lead with JF Page running in second by halfway point. Gaucher started to have issues with his car and faded giving the lead to Page. He never looked back and won his second feature in a row over Chris James and Riley McMonagle.

A very big night next week as the third round of the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals will be presented with a 150-lap Modified event as well as the lone visit of the Go Nuclear Late Model Series. The pits should be packed for this excellent evening of racing!

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.

Canada-USA Lightning Sprint Challenge Results (25 laps)
Jordan Poirier, Alex Therrien, Guillaume Nedeirer, Sebastien Ferland, Gabriel Richer, Eric Sundborg, Stephane St-Laurent, Pascal Levesque, Benjamin Malo, Lou Torres, Phil Bessette, Tomy Moreau, Kathy Caissy, Sabrina Blanchet, Rich Stone, Roland Pleau, Mathieu Bardier (DNS)

Bandit Motorsports Modified Results (30 laps)
Carey Terrance, Gage Morin, Lance Willix, Lee Ladouceur, Brian McDonald, Mario Clair, David Papineau, Bruno Lepage, Matt Woodruff, Stephane Lafrance, Kyle Dingwall, Chris Raabe, Roger Levesque, Gabriel Richer, Doug Haldane ,Chris Herbison, Dexter Stacey

Wheeler-Forget Royal-Lepage Sportsman Results (25 laps)
Justin Lalancette, Corey Wheeler, Brianna Ladouceur, Joey Ladouceur, Adam Rozon, Jessica Power, Mike Stacey, Robert Delormier, Emmanuel St-Denis, Miguel Peterson, Gilles Godard, Travis Back, Gabriel Cyr, Ryan Stabler, Scott Mcgill, Jean-Nicholas Gareau, Steve Morris, David Andre, Billy Cook, Tristan Draper, Ricky Thompson, Greg Snyder, Joel Herne, Louie Jackson, Tyler Givogue

Ultimate Pro-Stock Series Results #1 (25 laps)
Stephane Lebrun, George Renaud, Jocelyn Roy, Rock Aubin, Dave Bissonnette, Stephane Lemire, Marc Lalonde, Ghislain Valade, CD Beauchamp, Dave Rogers, Steve Chaput, Terry Ladouceur, Kevin Fetterly, Claude Parisien, Bruno Cyr, Robert Larocque, Pascal Payeur, Jocelyn Chicoine, Eli Gilbert, Guy Viens, Richard Bertrand, Pat Cashman, Trevor Gaucher, Rosco Garreau, Dave Seguin

Ultimate Pro-Stock Series Results #2 (25 laps)
Steve Chaput, Dave Bissonnette, CD Beauchamp, Jocelyn Roy, Ghislain Valade, George Renaud, Rock Aubin, Marc Lalonde, Dave Rogers, Terry Ladouceur, Stephane Lemire, Guy Viens, Dave Seguin, Kevin Fetterly, Rosco Garreau, Stephane Lebrun, Trevor Gaucher, Jocelyn Chicoine, Pascal Payeur, Eli Gilbert, Robert Larocque, Bruno Cyr, Claude Parisien, Pat Cashman, Richard Bertrand

Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock Results (12 laps)
JF Page, Chris James, Riley McGonagle, Danny Larose, Skylar Ladouceur, Alexis Charbonneau, Pierre-Olivier Brault, Patrick Delisle, Brandon Holliday, Francis Blanchette, Paul Deblois, Justin Desrosiers, Mike Gaucher, Eric Brousseau, Dudes Thompson, Marc Dagenais, Shawn McLean, Bob Ray

Bonus Program
Olson Fab Halfway Modified Bonus Award: Lee Ladouceur
Total Race Supply Halfway Sportsman Bonus Award: Brianna Ladouceur
MacEwen Halfway Pro-Stock Bonus Award: Stephane Lebrun
Bandit Motorsports Halfway Mini-Stock Bonus Award: Mike Gaucher
Pizza-Pizza Hard-Charger Award: Danny Larose
Pizza-Pizza Hard-Luck Award: Bob Ray
VP Race Fuels Miss the Podium Award Sportsman: Joey Ladouceur

Ultimate Pro-Stock Series and Canada-USA Lightning Sprints Challenge this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Friday, July 24, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – A busy night is scheduled for this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway with the Ultimate Pro-Stock Series, a Canada-USA Lightning Sprint Challenge and a complete race program in other divisions as the Semi-Pro will have a night off as Speedy Glass will be the main sponsor.

Cornwall will host round 7 and 8 of the Ultimate Pro-Stock Series with two 25 laps event scheduled for the Pro-Stock. Local runner Jocelyn Roy leads the way with a 32-point lead over Ghislain Valade as Stephane Lemire, Stephane Lebrun and Dave Bissonnette completes the top 5. A good field of Pro-Stock is expected as the first rounds at attracted a 24-car grid.

Something special for this Sunday with the lone visit of the Lightning Sprint as they will have a Canada-USA challenge as the Quebec group will face some tough American competition. Jordan Poirier, Guillaume Nedeirer, Alex Therrien, Eric Sundborg, Benjamin Mathieu, Guy Blain and others will be in at the small bullring as we expect a field of over 20 cars.

The Bandit Motorsports Modified, Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage Sportsman and Polar Sound DJ Services will complete the schedule with regular events for each of them.

Admission costs will be 10$ for adults in general admission, 5$ for seniors and only 2$ for kids 16 years and under. Pit entry costs will be 20$. 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. One of the cheapest nights on our busy schedule!

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.

Série Pro-Stock Ultime et Challenge Canada-Usa Lightning Sprints au Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – vendredi 24 juillet, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – Une soirée occupée ce dimanche au Cornwall Motor Speedway alors que la série Ultime Pro-Stock, un challenge Lightning Sprint Canada-USA, un programme complet dans les autres catégories composeront la soirée commanditée par Speedy Glass, la classe Semi-Pro auront congé.

Cornwall accueillera les rondes 7 et 8 de la série Ultime Pro-Stock avec 2 finales de 25 tours. Le pilote régulier de Cornwall, Jocelyn Roy mène le bal avec une avance de 32 points sur Ghislain Valade alors que Stéphane Lemire, Stéphane Lebrun et Dave Bissonnette complète le top 5. Un bon peloton de Pro-Stock est attendu alors que lors des premières rondes en mai, un groupe de 24 pilotes était présent.

Quelque chose de spécial ce dimanche avec la seule présence de la série Lightning Sprint avec un challenge Canada-USA avec le groupe du Québec qui fera face à la compétition féroce américaine. Jordan Poirier, Guillaume Nedeirer, Alex Therrien, Eric Sundborg, Benjamin Mathieu, Guy Blain et plusieurs autres feront partis du peloton d’une vingtaine de voitures attendu.

Les Modifiés Bandit Motorsports avec une finale de 30 tours, Sportsman Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage avec 25 et les Mini-Stock avec 12 tours Polar Sound DJ Services viendront compléter l’horaire chargée.

Le coût d’entrée sera de 10$ pour l’admission générale, 5$ pour les personnes d’âge d’or et seulement 2$ pour les enfants de 16 ans et moins. Il en coûtera 20$ pour accéder aux puits. Ces derniers seront ouverts dès 15h00 pour le stationnement des remorques, l’admission générale ouvrira ses portes à compter de 17h30. La première qualification aura lieu dès 19h! Une des soirées les moins dispendieuse de la saison!

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The Ultimate Pro-Stock Series back to life this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ontario – Friday, July 24, 2015, Martin Bélanger, Ultimate Pro-Stock Series Coordinator – The Ultimate Pro-Stock Series will back in action this coming Sunday night at Cornwall Motor Speedway with twin 25-lap events.

A great mix of Quebec and Ontario drivers completes the top 5 so far in the points standing so far as Jocelyn Roy will lead the way with a 32-point lead over Ghislain Valade. Stephane Lemire has a 35-point deficit from Roy as Stephane Lebrun and Dave Bissonnette completes the top 5.

A change in one of the rules was completed concerning the position inversion between both 25-lap events, instead of inverting all cars on the lead lap, only the top 12 positions will be part of the inversion.

Several sponsors have joined this series to build a very nice perfect attendance program. Nearly $3,500 in prize will be given to the drivers that will participate in all events of the series. A complete Pro-Stock body will be the most coveted prize with Lap Performance and Roy Racing Products joining forces for the prize worth $2,000. Promoters of Autodrome Granby, RPM and Cornwall Speedway will offer a 2016 season pass each along with 1 Hoosier tire per speedway. Roy Racing Performance will give a front and back bumper along with being part of the Body sponsorship. Sherwood will give a Pro-Stock wheel. Ontario resident driver Rock Aubin will be the sponsor of the ‘’hard-luck award” with $100 bonus given every night to the driver having a bad night. Qualitek was recently added offering a Car Starter.

There are still 14 drivers eligible for the perfect attendance draw as Guy Viens, Marc Lalonde, Jocelyn Roy, Robert Larocque, Stephane Lemire, Rock Aubin, Ghislain Valade, Richard Bertrand, Dave Bissonnette, Stephane Lebrun, Pascal Payeur, Steve Chaput, Terry Ladouceur and Jocelyn Chicoine will have to be in Cornwall this Sunday and also at the final event in RPM on Saturday, August 29 to keep their eligibility.

You will have to be at Cornwall Motor Speedway this Sunday evening to see the best Pro-Stock drivers for Quebec and Ontario compete against each other!

La série Ultime Pro-Stock reprend l’action ce dimanche au Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ontario – vendredi 24 juillet 2015, Martin Bélanger, coordonnateur série Ultime Pro-Stock – La série Ultime Pro-Stock reprendra le collier ce weekend alors qu’elle sera du côté du Cornwall Motor Speedway pour 2 finales de 25 tours.

Un bon mélange de pilotes du Québec et de l’Ontario, forment le top 5 dans les points alors que Jocelyn Roy mène le bal avec une avance de 32 points sur Ghislain Valade, Stéphane Lemire accuse un retard de 35 points sur Roy alors que Stéphane Lebrun et Dave Bissonnette complète le top 5.

Une modification au règlement concernant l’inversion des positions durant les 2 finales de 25 tours a été faite. Au lieu d’inverser toutes les positions sur le tour du meneur au terme de la première finale, seulement les 12 premières places seront inversées.

Plusieurs commanditaires se sont joints à cette série afin de construire un programme prix pour encourager la participation parfaite. Près de $3,500 en prix sera offert pour les pilotes qui participeront à toutes les épreuves de cette série. Une carrosserie Pro-Stock complète sera le prix convoité gracieuseté de Lap Performance et Roy Racing Productions. Les promoteurs de l’Autodrome Granby, RPM et Cornwall donneront une passe de saison pour l’an 2016 en plus d’offrir un pneu Hoosier chacun. Jocelyn Roy de Roy Racing Performance fournira un parechoc avant et arrière de Pro-Stock en plus de sa contribution dans la carrosserie. Sherwood donnera une roue Pro-Stock. Le pilote ontarien Rock Aubin commanditera le ‘’Boni de mauvaise chance’’ alors que le pilote qui aura une mauvaise soirée se méritera la somme de 100$ par soirée de course. Qualitek offrira également un démarreur.

Il y a toujours 14 pilotes qui sont éligibles au tirage de participation parfaite, Guy Viens, Marc Lalonde, Jocelyn Roy, Robert Larocque, Stephane Lemire, Rock Aubin, Ghislain Valade, Richard Bertrand, Dave Bissonnette, Stephane Lebrun, Pascal Payeur, Steve Chaput, Terry Ladouceur et Jocelyn Chicoine. Ce groupe de coureurs devra être présent ce dimanche mais également lors des dernières épreuves qui auront lieu au RPM Speedway le samedi 29 août prochain.

Vous devrez être au Cornwall Motor Speedway ce dimanche pour voir les meilleurs pilotes Pro-Stock du Québec et de l’Ontario en compétition!