The Go Nuclear Late Model Series has not raced at Brockville since 2014 after the 2015 edition of the event was snowed out. Dale Caswell of West Monroe, NY won the last race at the ‘Beast of the Northeast’ in 2014, the second of his two career Brockville wins on the tour after he also won in 2012. Picton, Ont. driver Corey Earl scored the victory at the 2013 edition of the Fall Nationals.
Trenton, Ont. native Charlie Sandercock will clinch the 2016 series championship title simply by starting Friday’s A-Main. He holds a 96-point lead over Brandon Mowat entering the weekend. Sandercock is also among the list of previous Go Nuclear Series winners at the 3/8-mile oval. His first career Go Nuclear Series win came at Brockville on June 22, 2013.
Mowat sits 30 points ahead of Phil Potts for second in the championship standings entering the weekend’s festivities. Kyle Sopaz trails Potts by 47 points in fourth while holding an eight-point cushion over Chris Fleming, who occupies fifth.
Action gets underway at the 1000 Islands RV Centre Fall Nationals at 7:00pm and will be preceded by time trial qualifications for the Go Nuclear Late Model Series and DIRTcar 358 Modified Series. Gates open at 4:00pm and adult general admission is $30. Additional event information can be found at www.brockvillespeeway.com.
SEASON WINNERS: Charlie Sandercock – 5 (Brighton Speedway on June 25, Cornwall Motor Speedway on July 3, Mohawk International Raceway on September 17, Brighton Speedway on September 24, Fulton Speedway on September 30); John Waters – 2 (Utica-Rome Speedway on April 24, Ohsweken Speedway on July 25); Brandon Mowat – 2 (Humberstone Speedway on July 24, Mohawk International Raceway on September 16)
Go Nuclear Series Points (Top-10): 1. 57 Charlie Sandercock, 882 Points; 2. 46 Brandon Mowat, 786; 3. 29 Phil Potts, 756; 4. 12 Kyle Sopaz, 719; 5. 10 Chris Fleming, 711; 6. 25 Greg Belyea, 647; 7. 91 Chad Homan, 641; 8. 311 Sam Pennacchio, 634; 9. 92 Adam Turner, 578; 10. 60 Norm Mayhew, 526.
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About the Go Nuclear! Late Model Series: The Go Nuclear! Late Model Series is touring Crate Late Model series based in the state of New York. The tour typically runs 12-15 races each season from April to October to allow drivers the opportunity to travel with a competitive group of racers while maintaining their home track loyalty. For more information about the Go Nuclear! Late Model Series, visit www.gonuclearlatemodelseries.com.
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