Race for the Cure Sportsman Series Concludes this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway

CORNWALL, ONT – The Sportsman division will have the spotlight on them this coming Sunday as the final round of the Race for the Cure Sportsman Series along with a full show in our other regular divisions. The great folks of Seaway GM will be on hand to notice a superb night of racing.

The battle for the coveted Race for the Cure Sportsman crown cannot be any closer as only 1 point separates Brianna Ladouceur and Johnathon Ferguson as Ladouceur leads with 194 points over Ferguson. Moise Page currently sits third with a 16-point deficit to catch the leader. Three of the favourites to win the Series are tied in fourth with 150 points each as Justin Lalancette, Shane Pecore and Martin Pelletier, would need a mix of greatness and luck to erase the 44-point deficit that separates them to Ladouceur. 100 laps will be the distance with a winner’s share of $2,000.

On the fundraising side of the Race for the Cure, 2018 will be the most successful of all three editions as $7,215 is already collected, with another round this Sunday, we could maybe reach the $10,000 mark!

The Polar Sound DJ Services Modifieds will have a regular night of action with 30 laps, looking at the point’s race, Carey Terrance’s lead melted to 30 points after missing last Sunday’s program, behind Terrance the battle is real close between positions 2 to 7 as only 27 points separates Kyle Dingwall, Joey Ladouceur, Louie Jackson, Brian McDonald, Corey Wheeler and Chris Raabe.

CD Beauchamp is currently in good position to capture a first title in the Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock class, Beauchamp leads with 588 points, a gap of 19 points over Jocelyn Roy with Stéphane Lebrun sitting in third, all three drivers have been collecting great results lately in feature time, you can expect to see some of their numbers on the top 5 board at the end of the scheduled 25-lap event.

In the Tracy Wheeler Assist2Sell Mini-Stock, the Potvin brothers have been dominating the division lately but absences combined with some technical infractions relegated them down the point’s battle. Chris James is in a good position to get his first title over Skylar Ladouceur and Justin Jodoin. A 15-lap feature is on the card.

The pit gate will open at 3pm access price at 30$; general admission will be opening at 4:30pm with entry prices set at 20$ for adults, 10$ for seniors 65 years and plus and kids 16 years and under can enter for 2$. Time Trials will start at 6pm with heat races scheduled to start at 6:30pm.

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