20 Days Until Cornwall Season Opener: A Look at the Sportsman Division

CORNWALL, ONT – As we are continuing to count down the days before opening night, it is now time to talk about the Next Level Home Improvement Sportsman division, another strong contingent of drivers, are expected to be regulars at Cornwall Motor Speedway in 2018. Here a few of the drivers that we should here about during the season.

Justin Lalancette: Winning the track championship last season was a dream come true for the young talent who lives about 10 minutes away from the speedway, Lalancette will be back in full force sporting a new crate engine and will attack 2018 in full confidence.

Tristan Draper: He was contemplating moving to the 358 ranks but decided to come back in the Sportsman, he will be a real threat for the track championship, you will see the Draper Doors #17 quite often in the winner’s circle and in the top 5 again this season.

Brianna Ladouceur: good talent, good equipment and hunger to win races, a great recipe to make a contender to the title, Brianna is already considered a veteran driver in the division and did well last season by finishing third in the championship.

Thomas Cook: He finished third tied with Ladouceur last season, he will surely want to repeat again for this year. He made some great improvements each season he has competed.




Derek Cryderman: A good wheelman coming from the Street Stock ranks, he surprised a few people last season by finishing fifth in the rankings, and he will want to repeat again this season.

Emmanuel St-Denis: He had is best year last season with a 6th place finish, just like many in the division, he improves every season and will look to crack the top 5 this year.

Adam Rozon: Joining the TAS racing team in 2018 might bring great things to Rozon, he finished 9th last season in his own ride.

David Rogers: He visited the winners circle at a few occasions, travelling from the Watertown, Ny area, Rogers is always a driver to watch at Cornwall.

Ryan Stabler: Another great talent from the Cornwall area that will make a bid for the track championship, he missed a few races last season but will be in contention this year.

Kurtis Cayer: The 2017 rookie of the year, will have his own ride for this summer, he is looking to make a bid for a top 10 position finish, and he won a race last season while dominating the Novice Sportsman during the initial months.

There are several other drivers that will be in contention, such as Gabriel Cyr, Scott McGill, Robert Delormier, Ricky Thompson plus Justin Desrosiers and Bob Ray making a bid for the rookie of the year, over 20 cars will be in battle on every Sunday.

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 @cmsspeedway, we will use these two Medias for results and contests over the summer.