2015-08-24

JOCELYN LALIBERTÉ REVIENT EN FORCE AVEC L’ASCVQ

JOCELYN LALIBERTÉ REVIENT

EN FORCE AVEC L'ASCVQ



                              

 

Le moins qu'on puisse dire, c'est que Jocelyn Laliberté de St-Roch-de-l'Achigan, qui a effectué des courses aux Etats-Unis depuis le début de la saison 2015,  s'est organisé pour que sa première apparition avec l'ASCVQ ne passe pas inaperçue en remportant rien de moins que les deux courses principales de la série en s'élançant de la 10e position pour les deux épreuves sur le rapide circuit de Ste-Croix, le Riverside Speedway.

 

Lors de la première épreuve, c'est Lucien Rocheleau qui a pris la tête  aux commandes de sa 2e voiture, la Chevy II #68, position de tête qu'il a maintenue jusqu'au 6e passage alors qu'une perte de contrôle lui a fait percuter le muret de ciment en face de l'estrade populaire. À ce moment c'est le vétéran Langis Caron avec sa Nova #35, qui a pris la tête, suivi de Laliberté qui s'est emparé à son tour de la tête 6 tours plus tard et filer vers la victoire, suivi de Langis Caron (35) et Marc Verner (B-45).

 

Lors de la 2e finale, c'est Jean François Champagne, avec la réplique d'une voiture #11 de Claude Leclerc, qui s'est élancé en tête pour les 2 premiers tours avant d'être doublé par la B-45 exeptionnellement pilotée par Marc Verner qui s'est maintenu en première position jusqu'au 9e passage jusqu'à ce que Jocelyn Laliberté lui ravisse sa position et file, encore une fois, vers la victoire, avec Marc Verner (B-45) et Langis Caron (35) qui ont complété le podium.

       

Les préliminaires avait été remportées par Marc Verner et sa Chevelle #77 et Langis Caron et sa Nova 1970 #35.

 

Fait à signaler, il y avait quatre pilotes qui effectuaient leur première apparition de la saison, la superbe Mustang 1969 # 92 de Claude Ouellet, la Chevrolet 1956 #8  de Réal Landry, la Chevelle 1966 #67 de Richard Bérubé, en plus du gagnant de la soirée Jocelyn Laliberté et sa Pinto #61.

 

Il semble également que les consignes du directeur de course Yves Ladouceur ont été suivies et que le respect entre pilotes était de mise lors des 4 courses qui ont été disputées sans aucun incident majeur, et appréciées du public  et des pilotes présents.

 

Tout ce beau monde seront au rendez-vous samedi prochain, le 29 août,  à l'Autodrome Chaudière de Vallée Jonction.

 

 



Source : Yves Ladouceur

Crédit photos : Guy Laroche


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Bryan Mercer Shines in an Abbreviated Peterborough Speedway Schedule

Bryan Mercer Shines in an Abbreviated Peterborough Speedway Schedule

By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media

 



He may have started a little later than the rest of the field, but Bryan Mercer has shown no ill effects from his brief sabbatical. The 42 year old second generation racer from Port Hope, Ontario has logged some excellent runs in the Earl Ireland Auto Sales Late Model division at Canada's Toughest 3rd of a Mile Paved Oval.

 

"I haven't been able to get out as often as I would've liked over the past couple of seasons," admitted Mercer, who has been coaching his son's go kart racing efforts. "The goal is to finish the current agenda, then get everything together during the winter to run a full schedule in 2016."

 

Even with a limited schedule, Bryan Mercer's #81 Chevrolet SS picked-up a second and third place finish in the night's qualifying heats and took the feature race checkered flag in 7th spot during the Saturday, August 15thprogram. At the Chase for the Colours Pole qualifier – Saturday, August 22nd – the team won the night's first qualifier and finished 3rd in the next preliminary round. Coming from 6th in the 50 lap main event, Mercer – who works as a Service Advisor at Quantrill Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac – scored a solid second place effort. Although he was behind the wheel, the driver is quick to praise the team effort that has helped produce the overall results.

 

"The car was tight during the practice sessions, but the crew said we were actually quicker on the watch than we'd been the week before," said Mercer. "We were able to make a few adjustments before the night's first green flag and they really paid off. The car was fast and although it wasn't perfect, we were able to put together a solid run. I had to restart on the outside line a couple of times during the feature, but managed to find a spot to get back to the bottom groove. There were a few battle scars, like you'd expect any time you're running 50 laps in close quarters, but it was a great night and a real boost of confidence for what we're working toward."

 

Bryan Mercer's 2015 schedule continues Saturday, August 29th and Saturday, September 5th. The team will also participate in the 23rd Annual Autumn Colours Classic – October 9th, 10th, and 11th – at Peterborough Speedway. For his late season charge, Mercer is pleased to have the support of long-time sponsors Sine's Flooring, Durmach Tooling, Cressman Tree Maintenance, Beyond Signs & Design and UAP Napa Auto Parts -Port Hope back in the fold. The team has also welcomed new marketing partners Facility Services and Wakely Disposal. Team media and publicity services are provided by Clarke Motorsports Communications.

 

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

 

Even though he was late coming out of the gate, Port Hope, Ontario's Bryan Mercer is pleased with his runs in the Earl Ireland Auto Sales Late Model division at Peterborough Speedway.

 

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Branham, Aubin Split Modified Mains at Airborne Park Speedway


Mod1 - Bucko Branham (#20) goes three-wide in J&S Steel Modified action under Codie Aubin (#7) and Greg Atkins (#1) at Airborne Park Speedway.  Both Branham and Aubin were feature winners on August 22.

 

Branham, Aubin Split Modified Mains at Airborne Park Speedway

Turner tops Renegades; O'Neil returns to Mini-Mod winner's circle

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                                                                                                                APS-082415-1

 

PLATTSBURGH, NY – It was the tale of two very different race at Airborne Park Speedway on Saturday, August 22, but for Bucko Branham and Codie Aubin, the results were the same. The hometown duo were the winners in a pair of 25-lap main events sponsored by Yando's Big M Supermarkets, Casella Waste Systems, and the New York Army National Guard, and highlighted a night that also saw Richie Turner, Dale O'Neil, Brett Wood, and Chris Reeves visit victory lane.

Branham survived major carnage to win the opening event for the J&S Steel Modified division of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series presented by Yandow Sales & Service and John Deere. Only eight of the original 17 starters were able to finish the race after several multi-car crashes, including one that required a 10-minute red flag for cleanup. When the smoke cleared, Branham had his fourth victory of the season, beating Clintonville's Greg Atkins, point leader Nick Heywood, Aubin, and Jamie LaFountain.

The second 25-lap race was the complete opposite, running start to finish without incident. Aubin led every lap, but had constant pressure from behind – first from Atkins, then in the final laps from rookie Danny Sullivan of Morrisonville. Aubin crossed the finish line first to become the 10th different feature winner in the Modified class in 2015. Sullivan took runner-up honors ahead of Atkins, Mike Wells, and rookie Jamy Begor.

Plattsburgh racer Heywood stretched his point lead to 52 markers over Branham, and is lined up to take an unprecedented fourth consecutive track championship if he can hold his advantage in the final two events. Atkins, Sullivan, and Jason Durgan complete the top five point runners.

Richie Turner of Fairfax, VT outlasted hometown racer Jason McClatchie for his third Key R-D Trailer Sales Renegade victory of the season in a 25-lap race. Brent Jarvis of Rouses Point was third, followed by Zack Daniels and Shawn Duquette.

Turner picked the right time for win; with the championship chase winding down, the victory broke a three-way tie with Duquette and Robert Gordon – who finished sixth in the race – at the top of the standings. Turner and Gordon also scored bonus points by qualifying for Saturday night's semi-feature. Turner now has sole possession of the lead, with an 11-point cushion on Gordon and 18 markers on Duquette.

Dale O'Neil of Mooers topped the 15-lap Busch Beer Mini-Modified feature to end a dominant streak by point leaders Chris LaVair and Kris Clark. No one since O'Neil on May 17 had won a race besides the lead pair, though they were not far behind; Clark made a final-corner charge at O'Neil but fell a half-car length short at the finish line, and LaVair finished a close third.

Eddie Bresette and Tim LaFountain completed the top five in the race. LaVair, of Saranac Lake, continues to hold the championship lead by 44 points on Keeseville native Clark.

The father-and-son team of Brett and Zach Wood of Georgia, VT finished 1-2 in the 50-lap Enduro race for bone-stock vehicles and amateur drivers. Jeff Murray, also of Georgia, finished third, followed by Chris Mattos and John Bradley.

Chris Reeves of Peru, NY won the eight-lap Modified Mechanics Race behind the steering wheel of Nick Heywood's No. 29 machine. Reeves held off Jared McKee, who was driving a Heywood team car, and Dave O'Neil in the Mike Wells No. 76.

Airborne Park Speedway is back in action on Saturday, August 29 as Huntley Trucking of Cadyville presents Modifieds, Renegades, and Mini-Mods, along with the Ernie's Discount Tools "King of the Hill" tournament for the Renegade division, and a ladies-only "Powder Puff" race in the Mini-Mod cars. Hot rods from the Champlain Valley Classic Cruisers will also be on display and will take part in a smoky burnout contest at intermission. Gates will open at 5:00 p.m. with racing beginning at 7:00 p.m. Special discounted general admission tickets are just $8.00 for adults and seniors, and free for kids age 12 and under.

Airborne Park Speedway is located on Broderick Road in Plattsburgh, NY, one mile south of Exit 36 on the Interstate 87 Northway. Visitwww.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 – Yando's Big M Supermarkets/Casella/N.Y. Army National Guard Night

Airborne Park Speedway, Plattsburgh, NY

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

Saturday, August 22, 2015

 

J&S Steel Modified Feature #1 (25 laps)

Pos.-(Start)-Driver-Hometown

(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (7) Bucko Branham, Plattsburgh, NY
  2. (4) Greg Atkins, Clintonville, NY
  3. (8) Nick Heywood, Plattsburgh, NY
  4. (2) Codie Aubin, Plattsburgh, NY
  5. (5) Jamie LaFountain, Keeseville, NY
  6. (1) # Jamy Begor, Mooers Forks, NY
  7. (10) Mike Wells, West Chazy, NY
  8. (14) Rico Hernandez, Plattsburgh, NY
  9. (15) David Bourgeois, Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Conseil, QC
  10. (16) Brian McGinley, Plattsburgh, NY
  11. (17) # Danny Sullivan, Morrisonville, NY
  12. (3) # Timex Morgan, Plattsburgh, NY
  13. (13) Speedy Bresette, Plattsburgh, NY
  14. (6) Jason Durgan, Morrisonville, NY
  15. (9) Leon Gonyo, Chazy, NY
  16. (11) Mike Phinney, Willsboro, NY
  17. (12) Pierre Berthiaume, Joliette, QC

Heat Winners: Jamie LaFountain; Jamy Begor

Ernie's Discount Tools Rookie of the Race: Jamy Begor

Shiley Fabrication Hard Charger Award: Bucko Branham

Shiley Fabrication Hard Luck Award: Timex Morgan

 

J&S Steel Modified Feature #2 (25 laps)

Pos.-(Start)-Driver-Hometown

(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (2) Codie Aubin, Plattsburgh, NY
  2. (8) # Danny Sullivan, Morrisonville, NY
  3. (4) Greg Atkins, Clintonville, NY
  4. (6) Mike Wells, West Chazy, NY
  5. (3) # Jamy Begor, Mooers Forks, NY
  6. (9) Nick Heywood, Plattsburgh, NY
  7. (10) Jason Durgan, Morrisonville, NY
  8. (13) Bucko Branham, Plattsburgh, NY
  9. (7) Jamie LaFountain, Keeseville, NY
  10. (11) Leon Gonyo, Chazy, NY
  11. (15) # Timex Morgan, Plattsburgh, NY
  12. (1) Rico Hernandez, Plattsburgh, NY
  13. (5) David Bourgeois, Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Conseil, QC
  14. (16) Brian McGinley, Plattsburgh, NY
  15. (14) Pierre Berthiaume, Joliette, QC
  16. (5) Mike Phinney, Willsboro, NY
  17. (17) Speedy Bresette, Plattsburgh, NY

Lenny's Shoe & Apparel Hot Shoe Challenge Award: Codie Aubin

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

Shiley Fabrication Hard Charger Award: Danny Sullivan

Shiley Fabrication Hard Luck Award: Speedy Bresette

 

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

Pos.-(Start)-Driver-Hometown

(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (5) Richie Turner, Fairfax, VT
  2. (2) Jason McClatchie, Plattsburgh, NY
  3. (4) Brent Jarvis, Peru, NY
  4. (3) Zack Daniels, Plattsburgh, NY
  5. (12) Shawn Duquette, Morrisonville, NY
  6. (6) Robert Gordon, Milton, VT
  7. (9) Dylan Rabtoy, Swanton, VT
  8. (10) Tylor Terry, Morrisonville, NY
  9. (7) Josh Terry, Essex, NY
  10. (1) # Michael Wright, Alburgh, VT
  11. (8) # Tony Salerno, Mineville, NY
  12. (11) Curt Giventer, Saranac, NY
  13. (13) Keith O'Neil, Mooers, NY

Heat Winners: Jason McClatchie; Zack Daniels

Ground Round Semi-Feature Winner: Brent Jarvis

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

Bond Auto Parts Hard Charger Award: Shawn Duquette

 

Busch Beer Mini-Modified Feature (15 laps)

Pos.-(Start)-Driver-Hometown

(# - denotes rookie)

  1. (6) Dale O'Neil, Mooers, NY
  2. (7) Kris Clark, Keeseville, NY
  3. (14) Chris LaVair, Saranac Lake, NY
  4. (3) Eddie Bresette, Plattsburgh, NY
  5. (2) Tim LaFountain, Keeseville, NY
  6. (4) Rob Clark Jr., Keeseville, NY
  7. (8) Scott Richner, Rouses Point, NY
  8. (5) Tyler Irwin, Peru, NY
  9. (9) Robert Foley, Saranac, NY
  10. (12) Mike Bresette, Keeseville, NY
  11. (10) # Clement Bell Jr., Peru, NY
  12. (1) Pete Blaney, Jay, NY
  13. (11) Glenn Engstrom, Peru, NY
  14. (13) Harold LaVair Jr., Gabriels, NY

Heat Winners: Pete Blaney; Chris LaVair

Ernie's Discount Tools Rookie of the Race: Clement Bell, Jr.

Bond Auto Parts Hard Charger Award: Chris LaVair

 

Enduro Feature (50 laps)

Pos.-(Car No.)-Driver-Hometown

  1. (802) Brett Wood, Georgia, VT
  2. (20) Zach Wood, Georgia, VT
  3. (35) Jeff Murray, Georgia, VT
  4. (14) Chris Mattos, Milton, VT
  5. (3) John Bradley, Morrisonville, NY
  6. (117) Larry Underwood, Fairfax, VT
  7. (20X) Nicholas Perham, Chateauguay, NY
  8. (30) Tom Kudlacik, Milton, VT
  9. (48) Rick Morrison, West Chazy, NY
  10. (76) Shawn Moquin, Milton, VT
  11. (91) Hunter Murray, Cambridge, VT
  12. (80) Chad Tucker, St. Albans, VT
  13. (1) Jim Narsh, Milton, VT

 

Modified Mechanics Race (8 laps)

Pos.-(Car No.)-Driver-Hometown

  1. (29) Chris Reeves, Peru, NY
  2. (29A) Jared McKee, Plattsburgh, NY
  3. (76) Dave O'Neil, Plattsburgh, NY
  4. (28) Andre Bombardier, Drummondville, QC
  5. (20W) Skippy Bouyea, Plattsburgh, NY
  6. (17) Paul Licourt, Plattsburgh, NY
  7. (11B) Valerie Lauziere, St-Cyrille-de-Wendover, QC

 

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Une 3e édition de voiture Top Less au profit de la Fondation du cancer du sein plus que réussie!



Une 3e édition de voiture Top Less au profit de la Fondation du cancer du sein plus que réussie!

 

Une cause aussi grande que celle du cancer du sein touche beaucoup de gens. Les estrades remplies à craquer et un montant de 3 873 $ amassé ce samedi en sont la plus grande preuve. Témoignage et générosité ont rempli l'intermission d'émotions touchantes et  d'humilité mais en piste, les émotions étaient moins solidaires et un peu plus remplies d'esprit de compétitions.

 

 

 

Mod Lite - Finale 20 tours

Kevin Burke a une fois de plus démontré sa dominance avec une facilité remarquable. En partie freiné par un Richard Tessier déterminé à s'emparer de la victoire, Kevin n'a pas bronché et a pu se hisser une fois de plus sur le sommet du podium. À souligner, la participation d'une invitée spéciale en Mod Lite pour la Soirée du cancer du sein : Isabelle Tremblay. Isabelle a su faire preuve de détermination pour un doublé de premières expériences, soit de courser en Mod Lite, et sur la terre battue.

 

 

Positions finales

Positions

de départ

Pilotes

1

6

# 91         Kevin Burke

2

7

# 85         Richard Tessier

3

3

# 28         Éric Désilets

4

8

# 52         Martin Fleurant

5

2

# 26         Steve Raby

6

1

# 30         Réjean Lemieux

7

4

# 37         Philippe Boisvert

8

13

# 99l        Louis Pépin

9

9

# 50         Martin Parent

10

11

# 74k       Karine Thibault

 

 

 

Modifié - Finale 75 tours

Une finale démarrée sur les chapeaux de roue avec en tête un Yan « The shark » Bussière très déterminé, mais qui a été détrôné par un Gino Clair très performant cette saison. La course était remplie de renversement de situations, comme l'abandon de Steve Bernard pour cause de bris mécanique et le départ dans les puits pour David Hébert. Toutefois, Hébert a quand même réussi à revenir en piste et à remonter jusqu'en deuxième position devant Alan Therrien, avec un écart de 0.037 seconde!

 

 

Positions finales

Positions

de départ

Pilotes

1

3

# 22J        Gino Clair

2

4

# 37h       David Hébert

3

9

# 39a       Alan Therrien

4

1

# 21         Yan Bussière

5

8

# 25         Steve Bernier

6

12

# 23         Dany Bilodeau

7

15

# 79         Maxime Plante

8

2

# 3           Claude Brouillard

9

16

# 71         Pierre Hébert

10

19

# 47         Simon Perrault

 

 

Lightning Sprint - Finale 20 tours

C'était soir de première pour les pilotes de Lightning Sprint, soit de courser sans ailerons. Et pour une première, ce fut une première chargée d'émotions fortes autant en piste que dans les estrades.  Les spectaculaires sorties de piste de Jordan Poirier puis d'Alex Vigneault nous ont démontré que sans ailerons, ces voitures non plus la même réaction en piste, mais que le spectacle peut être à couper le souffle. Alex Therrien a su dominer son nouveau mode d'aérodynamisme avec brio en remportant ainsi cette première course Topless.

 

 

Positions finales

Positions

de départ

Pilotes

1

7

# 21         Alex Therrien

2

8

# 28p       Yannick Poirier

3

5

# 16         Éric Sundborg

4

2

# 75         Benjamin Mathieu

5

15

# 22         Tomy  Moreau

6

4

# 3           Pascal Lévesque

7

17

# 740       Benjamin Malo

8

10

# 29         Stéphane St-Laurent

9

14

# 2           Steeve St-Laurent

10

1

# 10         Roland Pleau

 

 

Sportsman - Finale 25 tours

Cette finale était remplie de belles remontées parmi le trafic de haute densité, qui est devenue la norme à Drummondville, et le maximum de 30 voitures permises sur le circuit a encore une fois été atteint cette saison. Guy Ouellette, parti de la 16e position, a réussi à remonter jusqu'à la 2e position et Mathieu Desjardins, parti 19e, est passé bien près d'un podium car il a réussi à remonter jusqu'à la 4e position. Kevin Chagnon, tenace jusqu'à la fin, a terminé 1e sur le podium.

 

 

Positions finales

Positions

de départ

Pilotes

1

8

# 14         Kevin Chagnon

2

16

# 32         Guy Ouellette

3

4

# 88         Dominic Doyon

4

19

# 1m        Mathieu Desjardins

5

10

# 21         Jonathan Désilets

6

6

# 93         Bryan Cloutier

7

9

# 18         Etienne Cournoyer

8

5

# 48         Sébastien Bourque

9

7

# 24         Maxime Blain

10

21

# 33         Alex Lajoie

 

 

 

L'Autodrome Drummond, la F1 de la terre battue

Luc Marin

Directeur des communications

www.autodromedrummond.com


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Ontario Modifieds Racing Series Logs Another Strong Peterborough Speedway Outing

Ontario Modifieds Racing Series Logs Another Strong Peterborough Speedway Outing

By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media

 

With the top 5 drivers in the point standings less than 30 markers apart, the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series – powered by Torque Builders Inc. – made their second start of the Hot August Night Racing Series – Saturday, August 22nd – at Peterborough Speedway.

 

Alex Lees and defending series champion Robert Warnes led the way as the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series rolled from the staging area for their 25 lap main event. An early race yellow slowed the pace and Warnes grabbed the lead on the restart. A few laps later, contact between Chad Strawn and Nick Lees sent both drivers to the rear of the field, but Warnes remained in control.

 

Beaverton, Ontario's Donny Beatty had mounted a hard charge from the 9th starting spot and worked his way to the runner-up position with a dozen laps complete. The veteran runner – who earned a Peterborough Speedway Thunder Car track championship just a few years ago – tried to get around the leader using the high and low lines for a handful of laps, but the #95 machine would thwart every challenge on the way to his first win of the year. Alex Lees, Jamie Wagar and Ryan Babin were next in line. Strawn, Randy Hollingsworth, Chris Burrows, Ryan Dick, Willow Barberstock and Nick Lees completed the finishing order.

 

OMRS qualifying heats earlier in the night went to Nick Lees with a pair, Jamie Wagar and Alex Lees.

 

Ontario Modifieds Racing Series Peterborough Speedway notes: While Robert Warnes went to victory lane for the first time this season, his father Rick's tough luck continued, as the #98 machine didn't turn a single lap…After scoring a pair of qualifying event wins earlier in the night, Nick Lees finished the feature parked in the grass near the infield pit lane…Although the event doesn't appear on the printed schedule, the Ontario Modifieds Racing Series will conclude the Peterborough Speedway portion of the 2015 schedule Saturday, August 29th.

 

2015 Ontario Modifieds Racing Series Schedule:

 

Saturday, May 2nd:                 Flamboro Speedway

Appearance points awarded to each team

Saturday, May 23rd:                Peterborough Speedway

Feature event winner: #2, Dwight Brown

 

Saturday, June 13th:               Peterborough Speedway

                                                2nd Annual 'Test a Mod Day'

Saturday, June 27th:               Flamboro Speedway

Cancelled, rain

Sunday, June 28th:                 rain date

Cancelled, rain

 

Saturday, July 4th:                  Peterborough Speedway

Feature event winner: #63, John Baker Jr.

Saturday, July 11th:                Peterborough Speedway

Feature event winner: #63, John Baker Jr.

Saturday, July 25th:                Peterborough Speedway – special race

Cancelled, rain

 

Saturday, August 15th:           Peterborough Speedway

Feature event winner: #63, John Baker Jr.

Saturday, August 22nd:          Peterborough Speedway

Feature event winner: #95, Robert Warnes

Saturday, August 29th:           Peterborough Speedway (make-up for 7/25)

 

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: Jim Clarke – Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media

 

His 2015 season has been frustrating, but Rob Warnes (#95) finally scored his first Ontario Modifieds Racing Series win of the year – Saturday, August 22nd – at Peterborough Speedway.

 

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

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