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Busy night of racing slated for Cornwall Speedway


CORNWALL, Ont. — A very busy evening this coming Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway as the feature from June 22 will be completed with a total of 242 laps of feature races set to be run on Adam’s Marina and Action Race Parts Night starting at 6 p.m.

The Jiffy Auto Parts Modifieds will be the busiest of all divisions with three feature events to be completed with twin 40 laps from two weeks ago along with the regular 30-lap finale. This will have a great impact on the championship as top runners such as Chris Raabe, Stephane Lafrance, Brian McDonald, Kyle Dingwall and Carey Terrance will have to have consistent runs to contend for the title after Sunday’s races.

With his first win last week, Corey Wheeler passed Shane Pecore in the points chase in the Tracy Wheeler Royal Lepage Sportsman ranks. This category will have two 20-lap event on the schedule has an average of 26 sportsman are in the pits each Sunday night!

Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock drivers will have two occasions to stop Stephane Lebrun`s win streaks. The Gatineau driver has been on tear lately winning three races in a row joining Dave Bissonnette on top of the divisions point`s chase as both drivers are tied. Double features could possibly separate both competitors.

In the Semi-Pro Laminacorr Industries, having a 25-lap event on the Sunday night card might attract a few extra competitors along with the other 15-lap to be completed. Several drivers have visited the winner circle.

After a very emotional presentation last week, the Mini-Stock will stage only one event of 12 laps as Chris James is now the new leader winning his second event of the season last week.

It will be the best bargain of the season with the amount of racing to be completed this Sunday. General admission price will only be $10 for adults, $5 for Seniors 65 years and over, kids under 16 admission is only $2. General admission gates will open at 4:30 p.m.

For more information on the upcoming season at Cornwall, please visit the website at

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