Polewarczyk Wins “Battle of the Border” With Laperle at Airborne Spring Green

Polewarczyk Wins "Battle of the Border" With Laperle at Airborne Spring Green


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<<ATTACHED PHOTO (588.jpg): Hudson, NH's Joey Polewarczyk Jr. earned his second American-Canadian Tour win of the season in the Spring Green 115 at Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY. (Dave Brown photo)>>


Plattsburgh, NY—Hudson, NH's Joey Polewarczyk Jr. came out on top of a battle with St-Denis, QC's Patrick Laperle to win the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Spring Green 115 at Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY on Sunday.


Defending ACT Late Model Tour Champion "Joey Pole" took the lead from Laperle on lap 82 and led the rest of the way in the ACT U.S. and Série ACT combination event. Pole had lost the top spot to Laperle on a lap 44 restart, but stalked him for nearly 40 laps and eventually came away with his second win of the season and second straight ACT victory at Airborne.


"Anytime you have to battle Patrick, it's tough," Pole said. "He races me with so much respect and I try to give him the same. He got me on that restart on lap 44, and it was definitely nerve-wracking trying to get back by him…we got it inch by inch and kept working the inside and were finally able to get by."


Bristol, VT's Josh Masterson started on the pole and pulled away early as Pole got locked into a battle with Travis Stearns for second. Pole eventually cleared Stearns and reeled in Masterson, taking the lead for the first time on lap 25.


A trio of caution flags from laps 42 to 44 allowed defending ACT International winner Laperle to draw up to Pole, and the multi-time ACT champion got the jump off the outside on the race's third and final restart. Pole dropped back a few car lengths initially, but then ran in Laperle's shadow, looking first high and then low as the two drew away from the field.


Pole finally got underneath Laperle with 34 laps remaining. Although Laperle was able to close back in as they worked lapped traffic, Pole ran away in open race track in the final laps to take the win.


Laperle settled for second, with Stearns earning his first podium finish of the year in third. Bobby Therrien came in fourth, followed by Quebec's Jean-Francois Dery in fifth. Wayne Helliwell Jr., Brian Hoar, Rowland Robinson Jr., Nick Sweet, and Jeff White completed the top-10.


The ACT Tour next heads to Speedway 51 in Groveton, NH on Saturday, May 30 for the Lil Joey Memorial/Generation Next 151. Post time for the track's season opener is 5:30pm. ACT returns to Airborne on Saturday, July 18 and Sunday, July 19 for the 3rd Annual ACT International 500. Both the ACT Late Models and the Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models will run $10,000-to-win, 200-lap events as part of the doubleheader.


For more information contact the ACT offices at 802.244.6963media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com or www.airborneparkspeedway.com.


ACT Late Model Tour

Bill McBride Chevrolet Spring Green 115 presented by Interstate Batteries



Pos   Start Pos   Driver   Car #     Hometown   Laps 

  1. ( 3 ) Joey Polewarczyk Jr. ( 97NH ) , Hudson, NH , 115 Laps
  2. ( 5 ) Patrick Laperle ( 91QC ) , St-Denis, QC , 115 Laps
  3. ( 2 ) Travis Stearns ( 16ME ) , Auburn, ME , 115 Laps
  4. ( 8 ) Bobby Therrien ( 5VT ) , Hinesburg, VT , 115 Laps
  5. ( 12 ) Jean-Francois Dery ( 21QC ) , Quebec, QC , 115 Laps
  6. ( 13 ) Wayne Helliwell Jr. ( 27NH ) , Dover, NH , 115 Laps
  7. ( 11 ) Brian Hoar ( 37VT ) , Williston, VT , 115 Laps
  8. ( 4 ) Rowland Robinson, Jr. ( 28ME ) , Steuben, ME , 115 Laps
  9. ( 14 ) Nick Sweet ( 40VT ) , Barre, VT , 115 Laps
  10. ( 7 ) Jeff White ( 50ME ) , Winthrop, ME , 115 Laps
  11. ( 6 ) Brandon Atkins ( 4NY ) , AuSable Forks, NY , 115 Laps
  12. ( 1 ) Josh Masterson ( 11NY ) , Bristol, VT , 115 Laps
  13. ( 16 ) Brad Babb ( 15NH ) , Windham, ME , 115 Laps
  14. ( 18 ) Kyle Welch ( 9NH ) , Newport, NH , 114 Laps
  15. ( 10 ) Emily Packard ( 9ME ) , E. Montpelier, VT , 114 Laps
  16. ( 24 ) Patrick Cliché ( 5QC ) , Levis, QC , 114 Laps
  17. ( 15 ) #Rich Dubeau ( 30NH ) , Plainfield, NH , 114 Laps
  18. ( 29 ) Dany Trepanier ( 19QC ) , St-Edourard, QC , 114 Laps
  19. ( 19 ) Mike Ziter ( 54VT ) , Barre Town, VT , 114 Laps
  20. ( 21 ) Claude Leclerc ( 11QC ) , Lanoraie, QC , 114 Laps
  21. ( 9 ) Karl Allard ( 48QC ) , St-Felicien, QC , 114 Laps
  22. ( 27 ) Gaetan Gaudreault ( 38QC ) , Quebec, QC , 113 Laps
  23. ( 25 ) Matt Anderson ( 49NH ) , Franklin, NH , 113 Laps
  24. ( 20 ) Bucko Branham ( 20NY ) , Plattsburgh, NY , 105 Laps
  25. ( 22 ) Larry Gelinas ( 91CT ) , Buxton, ME , 94 Laps
  26. ( 26 ) Charles Harvey ( 77QC ) , Terrebonne, QC , 80 Laps
  27. ( 23 ) Jonathan Bouvrette ( 41QC ) , Blainville, QC , 73 Laps
  28. ( 17 ) Jimmy Hebert ( 58VT ) , Williamstown, VT , 42 Laps

DNS ( 28 ) Martin Goulet Jr. ( 83QC ) , Mascouette, QC , 0 Laps


Lap Leaders: Josh Masterson, 0; Travis Stearns, 1; Masterson, 2-24; Joey Polewarczyk Jr., 25-44; Patrick Laperle, 45-81; Polewarczyk, 82-115. Five lead changes among 4 drivers. 

Time of Race: 51:37 Margin of Victory: 1.750 seconds 

Cautions: 3 (laps 42, 44, 44) 

Heat Winners: Patrick Laperle, Brandon Atkins, Jeff White

Consi Winners: Rowland Robinson Jr., Jean-Francois Dery



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Polewarczyk Rolls to Spring Green Victory at Airborne Park Speedway

ATTACHED PHOTOS (all credit Dave Brown):


272 - Busch Beer Mini-Modified winner Dale O'Neil in victory lane at Airborne Park Speedway.


326 - Rookie David Bourgeois in trouble in the J&S Steel Modified division feature race at Airborne Park Speedway.


340 - Leon Gonyo crosses under double checkered flags after winning the J&S Steel Modified feature at the Bill McBride Chevrolet Spring Green presented by Interstate Batteries at Airborne Park Speedway.


440 - Josh Terry (43) beat Shawn Duquette (18) by a half-car length to win the Key R-D Trailer Sales Renegade feature at Airborne Park Speedway.


577 - Joey Polewarczyk Jr. (97) and Patrick Laperle (91) had an entertaining battle for the lead in the American-Canadian Tour event at Airborne Park Speedway.  Polewarczyk went on to win the Bill McBride Chevrolet Spring Green presented by Interstate Batteries.


600 - Victory Lane at Airborne Park Speedway had representatives from Bill McBride Chevrolet and Interstate Batteries joining Spring Green winner Joey Polewarczyk Jr. (center), runner-up Patrick Laperle (3rd from right), and third-place Travis Stearns (3rd from left). 



Polewarczyk Rolls to Spring Green Victory at Airborne Park Speedway

Gonyo dominates Modified feature; Terry, O'Neil grab wins


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PLATTSBURGH, NY – Joey Polewarczyk Jr. continued his mastery of Airborne Park Speedway on Sunday, May 17 with a convincing victory in the American-Canadian Tour's Bill McBride Chevrolet Spring Green presented by Interstate Batteries. The race, postponed one day by inclement weather, was worth the wait as the Hudson, NH driver put on a show at the front of the field with Patrick Laperle.

The pair battled for the majority of the 115-lap race and traded the lead three times. Polewarczyk dogged his St-Denis, QC rival and made the winning move at lap 82, then pulled away in the final circuits for his fourth ACT win at Airborne since October 2011. Laperle settled for second and was the highest finishing Canadian; in addition to being the fourth event of the U.S.-based ACT Late Model Tour schedule, the Spring Green opened the championship schedule for the Québec-based Série ACT as well as the Québec Triple Crown Series at Airborne.

Travis Stearns of Auburn, ME won a long battle with Airborne opening night Ground Round Late Model division Bobby Therrien of Hinesburg, VT for third place. Jean-François Déry of Québec City was fifth. Wayne Helliwell Jr. finished sixth, followed by Brian Hoar, Rowland Robinson Jr., Nick Sweet, and Jeff White.

The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series presented by Yandow Sales & Service and John Deere was also in action with three divisions. Leon Gonyo dominated the 35-lap feature for the J&S Steel Modified division to take his first victory of the season. The race ran flag-to-flag without a caution period, allowing the Chazy, NY veteran to stretch out to a comfortable lead and cruise to the win.

Jamie LaFountain had a strong run in second place end early as his car overheated, making way for an airtight battle between Codie Aubin and Jason Durgan. Hometown driver Aubin beat Durgan in a drag race off the final corner for the runner-up position. Greg Atkins came through traffic at mid-race to finish fourth, and Vince Quenneville Jr. held off Nick Heywood and Bucko Branham for fifth place. Rookies Danny Sullivan and Timex Morgan came from deep in the field to finish eighth and ninth, respectively, and Jayson Criss completed the top 10.

Atkins took over the lead in the Yandow Sales & Service/John Deere "Spring Championship Series" after the third of seven races. Heywood trails by just two points, 153-151, with Quenneville, Durgan, and Gonyo close behind. The next event is at Devil's Bowl Speedway in West Haven, VT on Saturday, May 23.

The Key R-D Trailer Sales Renegade feature was the wildest race of the day with three late-race cautions and several lead changes. Josh Terry of Essex, NY won after a long battle with Brent Jarvis and a final-lap surge from Shawn Duquette. Morrisonville, NY veteran Duquette finished second; Jarvis crossed the line in third place but failed post-race inspection with an unapproved transmission part. Richie Turner, from 17thstarting position, inherited the final podium spot followed by Zack Daniels and Robert Gordon.

Dale O'Neil of Mooers, NY continued a strong start to his season by winning the 15-lap feature for the Busch Beer Mini-Modifieds; he also won a main event at Devil's Bowl Speedway on May 9. Kris Clark was stripped of his apparent runner-up finish in the inspection line for too much wheel camber. Chris LaVair moved up into second place ahead of Pete Blaney, Tim LaFountain, and Tyler Irwin.

Airborne Park Speedway returns to action on Saturday night, May 30 as Casella and Morrisonville Septic present double features for the Modified division and a 50-lap Enduro event. The Renegades and Mini-Modifieds will also run under the lights. General admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and free for children age 12 and under; racing will begin at 6:00 p.m.

Airborne Park Speedway is located on Broderick Road in Plattsburgh, NY, one mile south of Exit 36 on the Interstate 87 Northway. Visit www.airborneparkspeedway.com for more information, or call (518) 647-4444. Airborne Park Speedway is on Facebook at Facebook.com/AirborneParkSpeedway and on Twitter at @AirborneSpeed.


UNOFFICIAL RESULTS – Bill McBride Chevrolet Spring Green presented by Interstate Batteries

Airborne Park Speedway, Plattsburgh, NY

American-Canadian Tour/Série ACT-Québec

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series presented by Yandow Sales & Service and John Deere

Sunday, May 17, 2015


American-Canadian Tour Late Model Feature (115 laps)

Pos.-(Start)-Driver-Hometown-Laps Completed

(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (3) Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Hudson, NH – 115
  2. (5) Patrick Laperle, St-Denis, QC – 115
  3. (2) Travis Stearns, Auburn, ME – 115
  4. (8) Bobby Therrien, Hinesburg, VT – 115
  5. (12) Jean-François Déry, Québec, QC – 115
  6. (13) Wayne Helliwell Jr., Dover, NH – 115
  7. (11) Brian Hoar, Williston, VT – 115
  8. (4) Rowland Robinson Jr., Steuben, ME – 115
  9. (14) Nick Sweet, Barre, VT – 115
  10. (7) Jeff White, Winthrop, ME – 115
  11. (6) Brandon Atkins, Au Sable Forks, NY – 115
  12. (1) Josh Masterson, Bristol, VT – 115
  13. (16) Brad Babb, Windham, ME – 115
  14. (18) Kyle Welch, Newport, NH – 114
  15. (10) Emily Packard, East Montpelier, VT – 114
  16. (24) Patrick Cliche, Lévis, QC – 114
  17. (15) # Rich Dubeau, Plainfield, NH – 114
  18. (28) Dany Trepanier, St-Edouard, QC – 114
  19. (19) Mike Ziter, Barre, VT – 114
  20. (21) Claude Leclerc, Lanoraie, QC – 114
  21. (9) Karl Allard, St-Félicien, QC – 114
  22. (27) Gaetan Gaudreault, Québec, QC – 113
  23. (25) Matt Anderson, Franklin, NH – 113
  24. (20) Bucko Branham, Plattsburgh, NY – 105
  25. (22) Larry Gelinas, Buxton, ME – 94
  26. (26) Charles Harvey, Terrebonne, QC – 80
  27. (23) Jonathan Bouvrette, Blainville, QC – 73
  28. (17) Jimmy Hebert, Williamstown, VT – 42

Did Not Start: Martin Goulet Jr., Mascouche, QC

Lap Leaders: Josh Masterson, 0; Travis Stearns, 1; Masterson, 2-24; Joey Polewarczyk Jr., 25-44; Patrick Laperle, 45-81; Polewarczyk, 82-115. (5 lead changes among 4 drivers)

Cautions: 3 (Laps 42, 44, 44)

Heat Winners: Patrick Laperle, Brandon Atkins, Jeff White

Consi Winners: Rowland Robinson, Jr., Jean-François Déry


J&S Steel Modified Feature (35 laps)


(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (1) Leon Gonyo, Chazy, NY
  2. (6) Codie Aubin, Plattsburgh, NY
  3. (8) Jason Durgan, Morrisonville, NY 
  4. (9) Greg Atkins, Clintonville, NY
  5. (7) Vince Quenneville, Jr., Brandon, VT
  6. (12) Nick Heywood, Plattsburgh, NY
  7. (17) Bucko Branham, Plattsburgh, NY
  8. (15) # Danny Sullivan, Morrisonville, NY
  9. (18) # Timex Morgan, Plattsburgh, NY
  10. (5) Jayson Criss, Plattsburgh, NY
  11. (10) Speedy Bresette, Plattsburgh, NY
  12. (16) # Jamy Begor, Mooers Forks, NY
  13. (4) Chris Frennier, West Chazy, NY
  14. (11) Dave Snow, Brandon, VT
  15. (14) # David Bourgeois, Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Conseil, QC
  16. (2) Jamie LaFountain, Keeseville, NY
  17. (13) # Wesley Mooney, Morrisonville, NY
  18. (3) Eric Lauziere, St-Cyrille-de-Wendover, QC
  19. (19) Mike Wells, West Chazy, NY

Heat Winners: Leon Gonyo, Jamie LaFountain

Lenny's Shoe & Apparel Hot Shoe Challenge Award: Leon Gonyo

Ernie's Discount Tools Rookie of the Race: Danny Sullivan

Shiley Fabrication Hard Charger Award: Bucko Branham

Shiley Fabrication Hard Luck Award: Jamie LaFountain


Key R-D Trailer Sales Renegade Feature (25 laps)


(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (2) Josh Terry, Essex, NY
  2. (10) Shawn Duquette, Morrisonville, NY
  3. (17) Richie Turner, Fairfax, VT
  4. (1) Zack Daniels, Plattsburgh, NY
  5. (11) Robert Gordon, Milton, VT
  6. (5) Jason McClatchie, Plattsburgh, NY
  7. (8) Jimmy Bushey, Mooers Forks, NY
  8. (7) Dylan Rabtoy, Swanton, VT
  9. (9) Jim McKiernan, Moriah Center, NY
  10. (14) Scott FitzGerald, West Rutland, VT
  11. (19) # Michael Wright, Alburgh, VT
  12. (4) Jon Boutin, St. Albans, VT
  13. (15) Keith O'Neil, Mooers, NY
  14. (12) Andrew Bordeau, Dannemora, NY
  15. (20) # Matt Monaghan, Colchester, VT
  16. (13) Curt Giventer, Saranac, NY
  17. (18) # Tony Salerno, Mineville, NY
  18. (3) Zach Rabtoy, Fairfax, VT
  19. (16) Robin Cummings, Milton, VT

Disqualified: (6) Brent Jarvis, Peru, NY

Heat Winners: Zack Daniels, Josh Terry, Jimmy Bushey

Lenny's Shoe & Apparel Hot Shoe Challenge Award: Josh Terry

Ernie's Discount Tools Rookie of the Race: Michael Wright

Bond Auto Parts Hard Charger Award: Richie Turner


Busch Beer Mini Modified Feature (15 laps)


(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (5) Dale O'Neil, Mooers, NY
  2. (2) Chris LaVair, Saranac Lake, NY
  3. (6) Pete Blaney, Jay, NY
  4. (4) Tim LaFountain, Keeseville, NY
  5. (12) Tyler Irwin, Peru, NY
  6. (10) Harold LaVair, Jr., Gabriels, NY
  7. (11) John McCarron, Rensselaer, NY
  8. (9) Robert Foley, Saranac, NY
  9. (7) Steven Hemingway, Sr., Plattsburgh, NY
  10. (1) Dave Demore, Isle LaMotte, VT
  11. (8) Mike Bresette, Plattsburgh, NY
  12. (13) # Rick Welch, Champlain, NY
  13. (14) # John See, Plattsburgh, NY
  14. (15) Eddie Bresette, Plattsburgh, NY
  15. (16) Mike Whalen, Jr., Peru, NY

Disqualified: (3) Kris Clark, Keeseville, NY

Heat Winners: Dale O'Neil, Kris Clark

Lenny's Shoe & Apparel Hot Shoe Challenge Award: Dale O'Neil

Ernie's Discount Tools Rookie of the Race: Rick Welch

Bond Auto Parts Hard Charger Award: Tyler Irwin



Contact: Justin St. Louis, Media Director                                                                                                                       Email: info@airborneparkspeedway.com

Cell Phone: (802) 355-3282                                                                                                                               Track Information Line: (518) 647-4444


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Ontario Modifieds Racing Series Set to Tackle Canada’s Toughest 3rd of a Mile Paved Oval


Ontario Modifieds Racing Series Set to Tackle Canada's Toughest 3rd of a Mile Paved Oval

By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media


Following a 3 week break in the schedule, the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series – powered by Torque Builders Inc. – returns to action for the second event of the season – Saturday, May 23rd – at Peterborough Speedway. It will be the first of the year's scheduled events for the series on the tight, tricky bullring on Mount Pleasant Road, west of the Liftlock City.


The popular open wheeled racing tour continues to gain the attention of fans and race teams for its exciting brand of affordable, wheel-to-wheel action. Series spokesperson Randy Hollingsworth says everyone is anticipating the solid runs on the 2015 calendar.


"From humble beginnings just a few short years ago, we're making great strides at each and every event," said Hollingsworth, who along with Richard Warnes and Bill Pickford comprise the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series team of officials. "Our numbers are strong, with new drivers coming on-board every season and the crowds are seeing some exciting racing, which always helps create some enthusiasm for what we're doing."


With 16 different teams signing-in for the first event on this year's calendar, chasing the checkered flag could be an arduous task. Donny Beatty made his first career OMRS start and says he had a great time behind the wheel of the new ride. The Beaverton, Ontario veteran – a former Kawartha and Peterborough Speedway Thunder Car track champion – is one of a handful of drivers in the running for the Rookie of the Year award.


"I had a great night and enjoyed the chance to get the feel of this new, powerful machine," said Beatty. "These cars are so smooth, fun to drive and handle great. My job is to maintain the cars in the shop and drive the wheels off them at the track. I need to thank my car owner Rob James for the chance to get behind the wheel of a fantastic racecar. I'm living every racers dream. He and his wife Darlene are great people, who love racing. Thanks as well to my wife Linda for supporting me all these years and to Stu Robinson for his help at the track and behind the scenes. It's going to be a great season."


2015 Ontario Modifieds Racing Series Schedule:


Saturday, May 2nd:                Flamboro Speedway

Appearance points awarded to each team

Saturday, May 23rd:                        Peterborough Speedway


Saturday, June 13th:                       Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, June 27th:                       Flamboro Speedway

Sunday, June 28th:                         rain date


Saturday, July 4th:                           Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, July 11th:                         Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, July 25th:                         Peterborough Speedway – special race


Saturday, August 15th:          Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, August 22nd:                   Peterborough Speedway


Saturday, September 5th:     Flamboro Speedway

Sunday, September 6th:       rain date


Friday, October 2nd:              Flamboro Speedway (qualifying & feature)

Saturday, October 3rd:          Flamboro Speedway (feature)

Sunday, October 4th:             rain date


Fans can find full series details at www.ontariomodifiedsracing.com or

www.facebook.com/OMRS Ontario Modifieds Racing Series powered by TORQUE BUILDERS Inc. The Ontario Modifieds Racing Series is supported by Clarke Motorsports Communications.


Photo attachment: Donny Beatty collection

The #40 Ontario Modifieds Racing Series machine sits silent outside the team's shop. Beaverton, Ontario's Donny Beatty says he's looking forward to the Saturday, May 23rdevent at Peterborough Speedway.


Prepared by: Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media



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INEX Ontario Legends Series Opens the 2015 Season at Peterborough Speedway


INEX Ontario Legends Series Opens the 2015 Season at Peterborough Speedway

By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media


With close to 20 teams signed-in pit side, the INEX Ontario Legends Series made its first start of the year – Saturday, May 16th – on Canada's Toughest 3rd of a Mile Paved Oval.


In the final feature event of the night, the INEX Ontario Legends Series came from the staging area for a 25 lapper with Bill Mason and Cole Ledson in charge of the field. Before a single lap had been completed, the pace was slowed for a 3 car incident in the 4th turn. All involved cars were able to continue. After a few attempts at restarting the show were aborted, things settled down nicely as Brian Saunders took control of the pace, with teammate Kevin Foisy on his tail. Nicholas Ledson climbed his way to 3rd, with his brother Cole running a position behind with less than 10 circuits remaining. The scoreboard showed 17 complete, when Bailey Brown and Willy Howells came together on the front stretch. Saunders kept Foisy at bay for the first main event victory of 2015. Nicholas Ledson, Cole Ledson and Brandon Thurlby completed the top 5. 


Bill Mason, Terry McClelland, Jamie Riberdy, Michael Glaze, Bailey Brown, Robin Jongen, Cole McFadden, Jamie MacArthur, Don Arnott, Willy Howells, Robert Richardson, Fred Jordan, Duane Cinnamon and Mark Griffin rounded-out the Ontario Legends main event finishing order.


The night's first qualifying round went to Kevin Foisy, with Cole Ledson, Bailey Brown, Terry McClelland and Robin Jongen completing the top 5. Two time defending series champion Nicholas Ledson claimed the second heat, over Brian Saunders, Bill Mason, Jamie Riberdy and Brandon Thurlby. Cole Ledson grabbed the 3rd preliminary, with Foisy, McClelland, Jongen and Brown finishing 2nd through 5th. Brian Saunders, Nicholas Ledson, Mason, Riberdy and Thurlby were the top 5 finishers in the 4th and final Ontario Legends qualifier.


2015 INEX Ontario Legends Series Schedule:


Saturday, May 16th                 Peterborough Speedway

Feature event winner: #15s, Brian Saunders

Saturday, May 30th                 Peterborough Speedway


Saturday, June 6th                  Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, June 20th                Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, June 27th                Sunset Speedway


Saturday, July 4th                   Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, July 11th                 Sunset Speedway


Saturday, August 8th              Sunset Speedway

Saturday, August 15th            Peterborough Speedway

Saturday, August 22nd           Sunset Speedway

Sunday, August 23rd              Sunset Speedway

Saturday, August 29th            Peterborough Speedway


All dates are subject to change


Fans can find complete schedule and event details by visiting www.ontariolegends.ca


Photo attachment: Jim Clarke – Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media


Brian Saunders scored his first feature event win of 2015, claiming the opening night INEX Ontario Legends Series feature – Saturday, May 16th – at Peterborough Speedway.


Prepared by: Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media


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