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The World of Outlaws Late Models Series are in town this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway
Martin Bélanger
Cornwall Motor Speedway

The World of Outlaws Late Models Series are in town this Sunday at Cornwall Motor Speedway
Cornwall Motor Speedway will be host of one of the biggest events of its 2012 season as the World of Outlaws Late Models series will be in town next Sunday, June 24 to compete in the Nortrax 50 along with a complete race program for the Modified, Pro-Stock, Semi-Pro and Mini-Stock as the Sportsman will be off.

Cornwall - Jun. 18, 2012 - Cornwall Motor Speedway will be host of one of the biggest events of its 2012 season as the World of Outlaws Late Models series will be in town next Sunday, June 24 to compete in the Nortrax 50 along with a complete race program for the Modified, Pro-Stock, Semi-Pro and Mini-Stock as the Sportsman will be off.

Some of the hottest drivers in the Late Model world will be in the pits to compete in the 50-lap feature race. Fresh off his 6th win of the season on the WOO circuit, Darrell Lanigan is currently the guy to beat this year, he has a comfortable lead in the point`s championship of 110 points over defending series champion, Rick Eckert. Popular veteran, Chub Frank holds third as one of the favourites to win at Cornwall, Tim McCreadie sit in fourth while recent Dream 100 winner Shane Clanton is in fifth spot.

A full field of drivers is expected including former Modified standouts Tim Fuller and Vic Coffey plus series regulars such as Clint Smith, rookie of the year contenders Bub McCool and Kent Robinson and other tour travelers. The state of Pennsylvania will be well represented as Dan Stone and Ron Davies are slated to make the haul to Canada.

A great group of Canadian drivers will join force as Greg Belyea, Phil Potts, Caley Weese, Corey Earl and others will be in the pits to try and win the $1,000 bonus given to the highest finishing non World of Outlaws regular.

The Modifieds will have a 30-lap regular feature as Dale Planck currently leads the way in the point’s championship over Joel Doiron and Laurent Ladouceur. A 20-lap event is scheduled for the Pro-Stock as the Semi-Pro with 15 and Mini-Stock with 12 laps will also be on the racing card.

General admission will be 40$ for adults, 20$ for seniors, 10$ for children 18 and under and admission price will be $50 for the pits. General admission gates will open at 3:30pm as the time trials are scheduled to start at 6:30pm.

For more information on the upcoming events at Cornwall Motor Speedway, we invite you to consult our website at www.cornwallspeedway.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cornwallmotorspeedway in order to find useful information or participate in contests to win cool prizes.


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