Cornwall, Ont – Thursday, September 3, 2015 – Martin Bélanger – One of the biggest event of year will conclude the 2015 regular season at Cornwall Motor Speedway! The DIRTcar Triple Crown will be in town with the initial race of the DIRTcar 358-Modified Series in conjunction with the final event in the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals. The DIRTcar Sportsman and Pro-Stock series will also be run along with a regular event for Semi-Pro and Mini-Stock, champions in all 5 divisions and local series will be crowned on Jiffy Auto Service night.
The biggest field of 358-Modified competitors is expected this Sunday to compete in the 125-lap event paying $5,000 to the winner. This will be the initial race of the revamped DIRTcar 358-Modified Series as a lot of interest has been built towards drivers following the whole tour in 2015. This event will also conclude the Bandit Motorsports Canadian Nationals Series and the regular season in the Modified division. Billy Dunn currently leads the way in the Canadian Nationals in front Carey Terrance and Danny Johnson. Terrance has already secured a second Modified title having a more than comfortable of 128 points over Lee Ladouceur. The always popular mandatory pit stop will be done on completion of lap 75 as drivers will have 10 minutes to work on their cars.
The DIRTcar Sportsman Series will be in town with a solid group of invaders, Mathieu Desjardins is the current leader in this series in front of Jessica Power and Martin Pelletier. Several drivers will want to have a solid run in this 50-lap event to help their ranking as we they are taking the best 8 finishes. In the local championship, Corey Wheeler also secured a second title in a row as a good battle is still to be finished between Joey Ladouceur and Louie Jackson with only 2 points between them.
Dave Bissonnette is currently in a very favourable position in the DIRTcar Pro-Stock as well as the Cornwall championship. He has a 47-point lead over Rock Aubin in the series and a 50-point edge over George Renaud. Bissonnette only needs to take the initial green in the 50-lap event and he will collect a third title in a row in the Pro-Stock at Cornwall.
The Polar Sound DJ Services has the tightest point’s battle of all the divisions as only 14 points separates the top 3 drivers with Derek Cryderman having a slight lead over Adam Delormier and Pascal Racette. These drivers will be to watch in the 15-lap affair.
J-F Page only needs to start the 12-lap Polar Sound DJ Services to win his first championship having a 57-point lead over Marc Dagenais and Justin Desrosiers.
More than $10,000 in prize for both the 2015 season Perfect Attendance and Canadian Nationals will be done during intermission time!
Admission costs will be 30$ for adults in general admission, 15$ for seniors and only 2$ for kids 16 years and under. Pit entry costs will be 40$. The gates will open at 2pm to allow hauler parking and general admission gates will open at 3:30pm with the first qualifying race at 6pm, time trials will be run at 5:30pm.
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