CORNWALL, ONT – Another big night of racing this coming Sunday evening at Cornwall Motor Speedway as the Lightning Sprints will be in town for their first of 2 visits along with the Danny Lefebvre Memorial for the Mini-Stock and a complete race program on Pioneer Hi-Bred sponsored evening.
Visiting Cornwall at two occasions in 2018, the Lightning Sprints will bring another solid group of cars to the speedway as they had a record field of 23 last Friday evening at Mohawk. Some of the great drivers of the series will running such as Mathieu Bardier, Jordan Poirier, Yannick Poirier, Stephane St-Laurent, Eric Sundborg and many others.
The 4th edition of the Danny Lefebvre Memorial will be presented this Sunday with a 25-lap Mini-Stock feature, this event will again be run to honor Danny Lefebvre who passed away while racing at the speedway on June 22nd, 2014. We are expecting a great field of cars. A great fight continues between Karl Potvin and Alexis Charbonneau, as the 2 drivers are tied with 285 points, Charbonneau is the guy to beat so far with 3 wins in a row.
Even thought we are early in the season, with only 5 programs in the books, Carey Terrance is already separating himself from the rest of the Polar Sound DJ Services with a 66-point lead. While Terrance is clearly ahead, the battle is on for positions 2 to 6 with only 16 points in between Brian McDonald, Louie Jackson, Joey Ladouceur, J-F Corriveau and rookie contender Tyler Givogue. A 30-lap feature is on the schedule.
In the Next Level Home Improvement Sportsman, Shane Pecore is well in advance as well over Brianna Ladouceur and defending track champion Justin Lalancette. A 25-lap feature is on the card as a solid field of cars as have an average of over 21 cars per night.
In the Pro-Stock Alexandria Home Hardware, Jocelyn Roy has a very slight 1-point lead with CD Beauchamp that swept the night last Sunday with 2 wins. Roy and Beauchamp, both shared the visits in the winner circle so far. The feature will be 25 laps.
The pit gate will open at 3pm access price at 25$; general admission will be opening at 4:30pm with entry prices set at 15$ for adults, 10$ for seniors 65 years and plus and kids 16 years and under can enter for 2$. Heat races are scheduled to start at 6:30pm.
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