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Billy Dunn collects first win in the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Sunday, July 12, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – An important evening for the Modifieds as the second round of the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals with a 100-lap event for them along with a full program in all divisions and a Dash for Cash in the Sportsman. Co-Op Embrum –Dekalb.

In the 100-lap Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals, David Hebert took the early lead over Ryan Arbuthnot with Brian McDonald running in third. Hebert got into lap traffic by lap 10, Danny Johnson made his way into the top 3 in these conditions as we was able to pass Arbuthnot for second with 13 laps completed. The feature had pick up a good rhythm quickly reaching lap 25. Johnson was on the back bumper of Hebert by the 30th lap in the feature. At the halfway point, Hebert continues to lead with Johnson in second, Brian McDonald in third, Carey Terrance and Billy Dunn completes the top 5. As the top 2 ran alone in front a good battle for third as Carey Terrance got the lead. The first caution occurred on lap 62. On the restart, David Hebert kept the lead as Billy Dunn made move to second. Dunn chased Hebert around the speedway and was able to pass Hebert for the lead on lap 73. Dunn was now running alone in front with a 3-second lead over the ONE car. Dunn led the final laps to win his first Canadian Nationals event over Hébert and Johnson completed the top 3.

Dave Seguin takes the lead in the 20 lap Alexandria Home Hardware with Stephane Lebrun in second and Terry Ladouceur in third. The yellow comes out on lap 7 with CD Beauchamp. A great end in the Pro-Stock with Rock Aubin joining the leaders and was running side by side with Lebrun for the lead with Jocelyn Roy also in the mix. Aubin is able surprise Lebrun in the last lap winning his second feature in a row in front of Lebrun and Jocelyn Roy.

The last feature of the evening involved the Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage Sportsman. Corey Wheeler did not waste any time and took the lead on the second lap over Gabriel Cyr and Tyler Givogue. Wheeler leads the final laps as he was never challenged and won a first win over the season in front of Givogue and Joey Ladouceur completes the top 3.

Adam Delormier took the lead in the 15-lap Polar Sound DJ Services. Delormier led all fifteen laps and won his third feature of the season in front of Pascal Racette and Bradley Taillon.

In the 12-lap Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock feature Alexis Charbonneau took the lead over J-F Page and Justin Desrosiers. Page was able to grab the lead over Desrosier and Mike Gaucher joining the lead pack with 4 laps completed. Caution occurred with only 2 laps to go for Shawn McLean. Page led final two laps to grab the win over Marc Dagenais who made a final charge to finish behind the leader as Riley McGonagle.

Another great show next week especially for Sprint Car fans as the Patriot Sprint Tour will be in town for their first of two visits in 2015 along with a complete race program, the Mini-Stock will have a night off.

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 Canadian Nationals Round 2 Modified Results (100 laps)
Billy Dunn, David Hebert, Danny Johnson, Carey Terrance, Steve Bernard, Yan Bussiere, Mario Clair, Brian McDonald, Luke Whitteker, Steve Bernier, Stephane Lafrance, Ryan Arbuthnot, Kyle Dingwall, Lee Ladouceur, Lance Willix, JF Corriveau, Paul St-Sauveur, Gabriel Richer, Dexter Stacey, Charlie Rice, Maxime Viens, David Papineau, Roy Delormier, Gage Morin, Kayle Robidoux, Chris Herbison, Bill Mullin

Wheeler-Forget Royal-Lepage Sportsman Results (25 laps)
Corey Wheeler, Tyler Givogue, Joey Ladouceur, Ryan Stabler, Ricky Thompson, Louie Jackson, Justin Lalancette, Emmanuel St-Denis, Adam Rozon, Gilles Godard, Miguel Peterson, Jessica Power, Gabriel Cyr, Tristan Draper, Steve Morris, Scott Mcgill, Brianna Ladouceur, Mike Stacey, Justin Lalancette, Jasmine David, Steve Brunet

Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock Results (20 laps)
Rock Aubin, Stephane Lebrun, Jocelyn Roy, Dave Seguin, CD Beauchamp, Dave Bissonnette, Marc Lalonde, George Renaud, Ghislain Valade, Terry Ladouceur, Trevor Gaucher, Claude Parisien, Kevin Fetterly, Rosco Garreau, Matt Viau

Polar Sound DJ Services Semi-Pro Results (15 laps)
Adam Delormier, Pascal Racette, Bradley Taillon, Junior Delormier, Richard Brady, Nicolas Gauvreau, Richard Lalonde, Mathieu Aubin, Derek Cryderman

Polar Sound DJ Services Mini-Stock Results (12 laps)
JF Page, Marc Dagenais, Riley McGonagle, Chris James, Justin Desrosiers, Jamie Larocque, Danny Larose, Alexis Charbonneau, Skylar Ladouceur, Paul Deblois, Shawn McLean, Jean-Pierre Jeanneault, Mike Gaucher, Eric Brousseau, Dudes Thompson

Bonus Program
Total Race Supply Halfway Sportsman Bonus Award: Corey Wheeler
Olson Fab Halfway Modified Bonus Award: David Hebert
MacEwen Halfway Pro-Stock Bonus Award: Stephane Lebrun
Bandit Motorsports Halfway Semi-Pro Bonus Award: Adam Delormier
Bandit Motorsports Halfway Mini-Stock Bonus Award: J-F Pagé
Pizza-Pizza Hard-Charger Award: Gilles Godard
Pizza-Pizza Hard-Luck Award: Steve Brunet
VP Race Fuels Miss the Podium Award Modified: Carey Terrance

Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway!

Cornwall, Ont – Thursday July 9, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – The Bandit Motorsports Modified Division will have one of its biggest events of the season this Sunday, July 12 with the 2nd round of the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals with a 100-lap feature along with a full program in other categories and a Dash for Cash in Sportsman.

Co-Op Embrun Dekalb will present round #2 of the Canadian Nationals Modified Series presented by Bandit Motorsports. The main division at Cornwall will a 100-lap event also counting toward the Super Series Starter event. Stephane Lafrance had won the initial round over Billy Dunn and Danny Johnson. A field of 29 cars had showed up on May 17 for that race and we expect similar numbers for this Sunday. Several invaders are expected for this event.

In the Wheeler-Forget Royal Lepage Sportsman division, the results are now in! Corey Wheeler will start first in the Dash for Cash on Sunday with 922 votes, he will be joined by Justin Lalancette, Joey Ladouceur, Gilles Godard, Mike Stacey and Brianna Ladouceur. More than 6000 votes were completed. Along with the Cash for Dash at intermission, drivers will have a regular 25-lap event.

The points battle cannot be as tight right now in the Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock division with Dave Bissonnette and Ghislain Valade currently tied in first with George Renaud only 12 points behind them. They will have a 20-lap feature event.

Aiming for a first title in the Polar Sound DJ Services Semi-Pro Class, Derek Cryderman is currently in great shape have a 22-point lead over Pascal Racette. Drivers will have a 15-lap event.

After an emotional Sunday with the Danny Lefebvre Memorial 25, we are back to a regular night in the Polar Sound DJ Mini-Stock with a 12-lap feature event.

Admission costs will be 20$ for adults in general admission, 10$ for seniors and only 2$ for kids 16 years and under. Pit entry costs will be 30$. The gates will open at 1:30pm to allow hauler parking and general admission gates will open at 3pm. Time Trials are scheduled to start at 6:30pm with the first qualifying race at 7pm.

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.

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!