Article: Martin Bélanger • Photo:rickattheraces.com
Cornwall, Ont – The Northeast Late Model Alliance will be in town this Sunday, August 11 and it will be the only appearance of Late Model type of cars this season at Cornwall Motor Speedway!
Part of the combined Northeast Late Model Alliance championship, the Cornwall visit will attract the best drivers from the Brighton and Humberstone tracks located in Ontario along with Fulton regulars in Central New-York, a field of nearly 20 cars is expected for their lone visit at the speedway. Last year’s winner, Charlie Sandercock, leads the 2019 championship in front of Rob Pietz and Kyle Sopaz.
The Loud and Dirty Modified points championship has never been so tight than now as Corey Wheeler leads the chase with a single point over Kyle Dingwall and Carey Terrance, with 5 events left on the calendar, we will have a close eye on this battle! Every position will count! A 30-lap event will be on the schedule!
The Next Level Home Improvement Sportsman will have a 25-lap event, Shane Pecore continues his dominance after capturing the Race for the Cure win and championship last Sunday.
The Tracy Wheeler Assist2Sell Mini-Stock put on a great show last Sunday with 15 cars in attendance, action was great between the top 5-6 cars during most of the race. A 15-lap event is on the card.
In order to help kids in need, we have launched the return to school backpack challenge last Monday, we invited race teams and fans to donate a backpack with school items, we will provide a good portion to the Rachel’s Kids foundation located in Cornwall, the other bags will be given to kids that will attend the race program on August 25th via a special draw.
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 , twitter at @cms_speedway, and now on Instagram under Cornwall Speedway.