@DIRTcarNE • @CornwalSpeedway • Cornwall, ON – The Sportsman and Pro-Stock divisions will have an important evening this coming Sunday as the DIRTcar Series will kick off at Cornwall Motor Speedway for both divisions. A full program is also on the schedule as Jiffy Auto Services will be the main sponsor.
The Sportsman will have a 50-lap event involving the best drivers from the division hauling to Cornwall for the initial event of the DIRTcar Sportsman Series. Invaders such as defending series champion Brad Rouse, Mathieu Desjardins, Martin Pelletier, Jessica Power and several others will compete again a stout field of local runners such as runner up in the 2013 series Joey Ladouceur, Shane Pecore, Corey Wheeler and many others. A great field of cars is expected.
The 2013 DIRTcar Pro-Stock Series champion Dave Bissonnette will try to use his home track to his advantage and get a good start to defend his crown. A 50-lap feature is also on the card as drivers like Rob Yetman, Francois Adam, Alain Brochu, Stephane Lemire will visit the speedway to run against Bissonnette, Roch Aubin, Jocelyn Roy, Stéphane Lebrun and other great local racers.
The very competitive Jiffy Auto Services Modified division will have a 30-lap event as the points race is very tight after 2 races with Stéphane Lafrance and Carey Terrance tied at 90 points in first, Chris Raabe is only 1 point behind the leader as Chris Herbison and Kyle Dingwall are tied at 86 points while Brian McDonald is at 85.
The Luminacorr Semi-Pro class will have a 15-lap event as the Mini-Stock will run a 12-lap event.
Come and see some of the best Sportsman and Pro-Stock drivers as it will only costs 15$ in general admission for the evening, children of 16 years and under is still only 2$. Heat races are scheduled to start at 7pm sharp as time trials are scheduled at 6:30pm.
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 @cornwalspeedway.
From Martin Bélanger
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