By: Martin Bélanger
CORNWALL, ON – Cornwall Motor Speedway presented a third show called the Corona Crusher 50 as the Sportsman headlined the evening sponsored by Splash Well Drilling. 6 other classes were in action during this event.
Justin Lalancette led the field of 31 strong in the Sportsman Corona Crusher 50 as
Johnathon Ferguson and William Racine were behind the leader. A lap 3 restart opened
the door to Ferguson who got the lead as Racine moved to second. Racine used the inside
lane and passed Ferguson for the lead on lap 11. Restarts were key in the first 15 laps as
Power was able to get by Racine for the lead. Both Power and Racine swapped the lead
as Racine went too high on in turn 2 and lost several positions giving the top spot to
Gabriel Cyr. The leaders were in heavy traffic as Ferguson had nowhere to go and landed
on his roof and red flag was out on lap 32. Cyr to the lead for another 8 laps when caution
flew with 10 laps to go, on the restart, Brianna Ladouceur got a great jump and grabbed
the led over Cyr with Evan Racine now running in third. Ladouceur led the final laps and
won the Corona Crusher over Cyr and Racine.
CD Beauchamp continued his great success in the Pro-Stock by winning the 30-lap in
dominant fashion over Bruno Richard and Marc Lalonde. It is the second win in a row for
Beauchamp at the speedway in 2020.
The speedway hosted a rare Street Stock event as Adam Wells was the race winner
running the low lane to his advantage with Wade Purchase finishing second and Jonathan
Galipeau in third.
The 25-lap Mini-Stock was the last event of the evening as James Clarke and Alexis
Charbonneau went into a heated battle, Clarke pulled away from the rest of the field and
went to win a second feature in a row over Charbonneau and Yannik Potvin rounded out
the top 3.
A good 20-lap Vintage feature with several lead changes at the end of the event as Josh
Power was the feature winner.
Jeff May was the class of the field in the 20-lap event in front of Eric Desilets and Kevin
Xavier Lauzon had the best car in the 25-lap Lightning Sprints, he led most of the event
and won over Eric Mireault and Tommy Moreau.
We will announce our next event at the beginning of the week as we are eagerly waiting
about phase 3 reopening. Please check our social media in the coming days for some
For more information on the upcoming season at Cornwall, please visit the website at
www.cornwallspeedway.com you can add us on Facebook at
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Instagram under Cornwall Speedway, we will use these media platforms for results and
contests over the summer.