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Rudolph And Pelletier Score Night 2 Victories At PartSource Applefest Shootout

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BRIGHTON, ONT – The busiest and fastest night of racing hit the track for night two of Brighton Speedway’s PartSource Applefest Shootout Weekend presented by Cool 100, Coca-Cola, Lucas Oil and Image Factor on Saturday night.

The pit area was jammed with 125 cars signed in for action in five divisions with the PartSource Applefest Shootout 100 for the 358 Modifieds and 65-lap Excel Tower Service Great Crate Race presented by Hotch’s Auto Parts, Dibbits Excavating and Vanderlaan Building Products for the Go Nuclear Late Model Series headlining the night’s events.

Rudolph Wins Third Straight Applefest Shootout

The name Erick Rudolph (No.62 Van Raine Construction) has become synonymous with victory lane at Brighton’s Applefest Shootout weekend and 2016 was no different. The Ransomville, NY native drove from the 12th starting spot to win the 100-lap DIRTcar 358 Modified race and $5,000 payday for the third straight year.

Tyler McPherson (No.777) led early after starting on the pole. A trio of restarts before the race reached lap 25 kept the field tight and allowed Rudolph to make his march forward. Gary Lindberg (No.28 He’s Not Here Bar & Grill) drove to the lead on a lap 18 restart and opened a five-second lead over Mcpherson before a caution on lap 40.

At the halfway mark, Kyle Dingwall (No.66 King Edward Auto Parts) trailed Lindberg in the runner-up position while McPherson and Rudolph raced nearby. Rudolph drove to second shortly after and then challenged Lindberg for the lead on a lap 65 restart. Lindberg moved the Ransomville native up the track in turns three and four which allowed Dingwall to take over the top spot.

Another restart 11 laps later saw Rudolph return the favour to Lindberg as he retook second and four laps later claimed the lead from Dingwall. Despite another handful of cautions, Rudolph scored the win by maintaining momentum through the middle of the racetrack which was also the slickest part of the surface. Nobody else in the field could run the same line as Rudolph, allowing him to pull away to a victory by 1.6 seconds over Lindberg, Dingwall, Ryan Arbuthnot (No.R70) and Chad Brachmann (No.3).

Sandercock Wins Second Straight Great Crate Race

Charlie Sandercock (No.57 Bellevue Fabricating) didn’t lead many laps in Saturday’s Excel Tower Service Great Crate Race presented by Hotch’s Auto Parts, Dibbits Excavating and Vanderlaan Building Products for the Go Nuclear Late Model Series, but he led the final one to earn his second straight $6,000 payday.

Kyle Sopaz (No.12 KD Transmissions) started on the pole for the 65-lap event with Chris Fleming (No.10 Hottenstein Bus Service) to his outside. Sopaz led a very clean race that saw him pull Sandercock along to a three-second lead over third-place running Chad Homan (No.91 DigTrack.com).

A pair of cautions on lap 22 regrouped the field as Sopaz continued to lead Sandercock and Hornell, NY native Bryce Davis (No.94 Close Racing Supply) at the halfway point. Two more caution on lap 34 and 37 appeared to reenergize Friday night winner Phil Potts (No.29 Vanderlaan) as he jumped past Sandercock for second with 20 laps to go.

Sandercock got the better of Potts on a lap 51 restart to retake second and two laps later took advantage of a mistake by Sopaz to lead off turn two. A restart with five laps to go allowed Davis to move past Sopaz to second as he sought to challenge Sandercock.

The final restart came with three laps to go and Sandercock bobbled the car on the start allowing Sopaz to retake the lead momentarily. Sandercock fought back to lead the final two laps and claim the victory over Sopaz, Potts, Davis and Homan.

Hennessy Wins Second Straight Danny Reid Memorial

Drivers in the Bainer’s OilGARD Canadian Modified division had to wait an extra two weeks to run their biggest race of the season and it was well worth the wait. The John’s Equipment Danny Reid Memorial put the longest race, at 50 laps, and the biggest winner’s pay, at $2,000, up for grabs.

Curtis King (No.07 Flowmetrix) started on the pole after winning the Costa Del Mar pole dash with Dan Fergsuon (No.11 Kilmarnock Enterprise) outside the front row.

King led until Ferguson challenged him in the outside lane on lap seven. The two raced side-by-side until Ferguson took the top spot on lap nine. On lap 16 Andrew Hennessy (No.87 RJ Equipment Rentals) drove to second and set out to track down Ferguson.

Three attempts at a lap 17 restart pitted the two drivers against each other until Ferguson suffered a flat right front tire before the field got back up to speed on lap 17. Hennessy assumed the lead and pulled ahead of King by a full straightaway at the halfway mark. The advantage was erased, however, on lap 39 when Derek Bowers (No.03 Morton’s Crane Rental) spun in turn two.

Hennessy made no mistakes on the restart and grew the lead back to four seconds with two laps to go over King and Kraig Handley (No.91 Tri-Canadian Energy). Hennessy crossed the finish line 5.1 seconds ahead of King, a full straightaway advantage, to earn the $2,000 winner’s cheque. The victory also officially gave Hennessy the 2016 track championship, his second straight division title at Brighton.

Pelletier Scores Super DIRTcar Sportsman Series Win

A massive field of DIRTcar Sportsman drivers helped fill the pit area for the second-half of the doubleheader weekend. Several drivers made the trip from Friday’s series race in Quebec while others extended their stay at Brighton for the second Sportsman race of the weekend.

Martin Pelletier (No.92 BRRS Recycling) of Sorel, QC started on the pole for the 35-lap main event and never relinquished the top spot. Pelletier overcame restarts on lap 6, 18, 25 and 26 to earn the win. Pelletier fought off a group of tough contenders including Humberstone champion Brad Rouse (No.18r Rick’s Delivery), Friday night winner and Merrittville champion Cody McPherson and front row starter Jessica Power (No.52 Speedy Auto Service).

While Rouse and McPherson periodically tried the outside lane, Pelletier successfully used the shortest way around the 1/3-mile oval to dominate the race. McPherson took second from Rouse on a restart with nine laps to go and finished in the runner-up spot. Rouse, Justin Sharp (No.8s Blue Moon Potatoes) and Brianna Ladouceur (No.15b Twin Leaf Express) completed the top-five.

Ramsay Claims Duel on the Dirt Finale

The first feature of the night was the season finale for the Duel on the Dirt Pro Stock Series, a four-track cooperation between Brighton, Humberstone, Merrittville and Ohsweken Speedways. Dave Bailey (No.49 Jibs Action Sports) of Hagersville, Ont. pulled the pole for the 50-lap feature in the redraw and led the majority of the race. He was tested through a handful of first half restarts and a challenge from Port Colborne’s Jason Fontaine (No.1J Skinny’s Pro Windows).

At the halfway mark, Bailey led a three-car breakaway including Brighton regular Doug Anderson (No.72 Hunt’s Landscape Service) and Justin Ramsay (No.03 Empey Tire). A restart with just four laps to go setup an exciting finish. With two to go, Bailey put two wheels off the racetrack exiting turn two. That allowed Ramsay to take the lead in to turn three.

Anderson relegated Bailey to third while Ramsay led the final three laps to claim the victory and the series championship. Anderson, Bailey, Kyle Pelrine (No.47x Semenuk’s Roofing) and Adam Turner (No.88 Independent Alternator and Starter) completed the top-five.

Up Next – Eve Of Destruction – October 1

Brighton Speedway’s final event of the season is the Lange & Fetter Ford Eve of Destruction set for Saturday, October 1. The day features plenty of carnage headlined by the Hotch’s Auto Parts Enduro 100, Workman’s OK Tire School Bus Races, the Gauntlet, Trailer Race, Juniors Race and Ladies Race. All the action gets underway at 1:00pm. Adult admission is $15. Any remaining rain checks from September 10 are valid for this event. Additional information is available at www.brightonspeedway.ca.

COMPLETE RESULTS – SEPTEMBER 24, 2016
12th ANNUAL PARTSOURCE APPLEFEST SHOOTOUT PRESENTED BY COOL 100, LUCAS OIL, COCA-COLA, AND IMAGE FACTOR MOTORSPORT DESIGNS

DIRTcar 358 MODIFIEDS (23 Entries)

A-Main (100 Laps): 1. 62 Erick Rudolph, 2. 28 Gary Lindberg, 3. 66 Kyle Dingwall, 4. R70 Ryan Arbuthnot, 5. 3 Chad Brachmann, 6. 777 Tyler McPherson, 7. 25 Bobby Herrington, 8. 115 Stephane Lafrance, 9. 9J Jordan McCreadie, 10. 28 Todd Gordon, 11. 75 Joe Banks, 12. 24b Jessica Power, 13. 88 Curtis Bellamy, 14. 96 Fred Carleton, 15. 15J Tim Jones, 16. 38 Scott Wood, 17. M96 Dale Planck, 18. 7 Mike Maresca, 19. 08 Mark D’Ilario, 20. L12 Jeremy Lasalle, 21. 63 Chris Herbison, 22. 47s Corey Wheeler, 23. 16 Gage Morin (DQ). No Time. Margin of Victory: 1.634 seconds.

Heat 1 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw): 1. 62 Erick Rudolph, 2. M96 Dale Planck, 3. 115 Stephane Lafrance, 4. 9J Jordan McCreadie, 5. 3 Chad Brachmann, 6. 96 Fred Carleton, 7. 29 Todd Gordon, 8. L12 Jeremy Lasalle. No Time.

Heat 2 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw): 1. 16 Gage Morin, 2. 63 Chris Herbison, 3. 7 Mike Maresca, 4. 66 Kyle Dingwall, 5. R70 Ryan Arbuthnot, 6. 88 Curtis Bellamy, 7. 75 Joe Banks, 8. 08 Mark D’Ilario. No Time.

Heat 3 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw): 1. 28 Gary Lindberg, 2. 25 Bobby Herrington, 3. 777 Tyler Mcpherson, 4. 47s Corey Wheeler, 5. 15J Tim Jones, 6. 24b Jessica Power, 7. 38 Scott Wood. Time: 2:02.025.

Time Trial Group 1: 1. 62 Erick Rudolph 14.362 seconds, 2. M96 Dale Planck 14.483, 3. 115 Stephane Lafrance 14.606, 4. 3 Chad Brachmann 14.618, 5. 9J Jordan McCreadie 14.727, 6. 28 Todd Gordon 14.829, 7. 96 Fred Carleton 14.854, 8. L12 Jeremy Lasalle 15.029.

Time Trial Group 2: 1. 16 Gage Morin 14.330 seconds, 2. 66 Kyle Dingwall 14.426, 3. 63 Chris Herbison 14.567, 4. 75 Joe Banks 14.762, 5. 08 Mark D’Ilario 14.794, 6. 88 Curtis Bellamy 14.840, 7. R70 Ryan Arbuthnot 14.918, 8. 7 Mike Maresca No Time.

Time Trial Group 3: 1. 25 Bobby Herrington 14.265 seconds, 2. 28 Gary Lindberg 14.492, 3. 15J Tim Jones 14.693, 4. 777 Tyler McPherson 14.716, 5. 47s Corey Wheeler 14.779, 6. 24b Jessica Power 14.840, 7. 38 Scott Wood 14.937.

DIRTcar SPORTSMAN (33 Entries)

A-Main (35 Laps): 1. 92 Martin Pelletier, 2. 7 Cody McPherson, 3. 18r Brad Rouse, 4. 8s Justin Sharp, 5. 15b Brianna Ladouceur, 6. 52 Jessica Power, 7. 0 Shane Pecore, 8. 33 Ryan Scott, 9. 18jr Louis Jackson Jr., 10. 22s Shane Stearns, 11. 32r Ron Davis III, 12. 14 Kyle Wilson, 13. 8 Zach McBride, 14. 20x Jason Shipclark, 15. 2k Rob Knapp, 16. 94 Gabriel Cyr, 17. 17 Tristan Draper, 18. 35 Thomas Cook, 19. 38j Jared Herbison, 20. 81 Bruce Makinson, 21. 72 Gordon McIntosh, 22. 174 Chris Storm, 23. 08 Chris Ferguson, 24. 29k Chris Cunningham, 25. 2c Luke Carleton, 26. 102 Derek Cryderman, 27. 44 Jonathan Ferguson, 28. 9r Tom Richau Jr., 29. m70 Billy Cook, 30. 8t Tyler Parker. No Time. Margin of Victory: 1.678 seconds.

Heat 1 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw, Top 6 Qualify): 1. 44 Jonathan Davidson, 2. 7 Cody McPherson, 3. 14 Kyle Wilson, 4. 2c Luke Carleton, 5. 0 Shane Pecore, 6. 94 Gabriel Cyr, 7. 72 Gord McIntosh, 8. 21c Jake Clancy, 9. 17c Jordan Cosco. No Time.

Heat 2 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw, Top 6 Qualify): 1. 18jr Lous Jackson Jr., 2. 35 Thomas Cook, 3. 20x Jason Shipclark, 4. 22s Shane Stearns, 5. 48j Jared Jerbison, 6. m70 Billy Cook, 7. 08 Chris Ferguson. No Time.

Heat 3 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw, Top 6 Qualify): 1. 32 Ron Davis III, 2. 8s Justin Sharp, 3. 92 Martin Pelletier, 4. 33 Ryan Scott, 5. 8 Zac McBride, 6. 174 Chris Storm, 7. 81 Bruce Makinson, 8. 150 Justin Boddee, 9. 17 Tristan Draper. No Time.

Heat 4 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw, Top 6 Qualify): 1. 18r Brad Rouse, 2. 15b Brianna Ladouceur, 3. 52 Jessica Power, 4. 9r Tom Richau Jr. 5. 29k Chris Cunningham, 6. 8t Tyler Parker, 7. 2k Rob Knapp, 8. 69 Josh Kirkland, 9. 102 Derek Cryderman, 10. 75 Sean Dominey. No Time.

Last Chance Showdown 1 (8 Laps – Top 4 Qualify): 1. 81 Bruce Makinson, 2. 17 Tristan Draper, 3. 72 Gordon McIntosh, 4. 21c Jake Clancy, 5. 69 Josh Kirkland, 6. 75 Sean Dominey, 7. 81T Tyler Reynolds (DNS). No Time.

Last Chance Showdown 2 (6 Laps – Top 4 Qualify): 1. 102 Derek Cryderman, 2. 2k Rob Knapp, 3. 08 Chris Ferguson, 4. 150 Justin Boddee, 5. 119 Chris Watters (DNS), 6. 17c Jordan Cosco (DNS). Time: 1:40.096 (NTR).

Time Trial Group 1: 1. 44 Jonathan Ferguson 14.825 seconds, 2. 2c Luke Carleton 14.863, 3. 7 Cody McPherson 15.009, 4. 0 Shane Pecore 15.089, 5. 14 Kyle Wilson 15.122, 6. 94 Gabriel Cyr 15.528, 7. 17c Jordan Cosco 15.600, 8. 52 Gord McIntosh 15.974, 9. 21c Jake Clancy 16.292.

Time Trial Group 2: 1. 18 Louis Jackson Jr. 14.758 seconds, 2. 20x Jason Shipclark 15.034, 3. 35 Thomas Cook 15.526, 4. 38j Jared Herbison 15.319, 5. 119 Chris Watters 15.360, 6. 22s Shane Stearns 15.416, 7. 81T Tyler Reynolds 15.531, 8. M70 Billy Cook 15.735, 9. 08 Chris Ferguson 15.751.

Time Trial Group 3: 1. 32r Ron Davis III 14.827 seconds, 2. 92 Martin Pelletier 14.915, 3. 33 Ryan Scott 15.122, 4. 17 Tristan Draper 15.123, 5. 8s Justin Sharp 15.220, 6. 81 Bruce Makinson 15.292, 7. 174 Chris Storm 15.360, 8. 8 Zac McBride 15.483, 9. 150 Justin Boddee 15.682.

Time Trial Group 4: 1. 18r Brad Rouse 14.960, 2. 29k Chris Cunningham 15.303, 3. 9r Tom Richau Jr. 15.408, 4. 15b Brianna Ladouceur 15.454, 5. 102 Derek Cryderman 15.464, 6. 2k Rob Knapp 15.485, 7. 8t Tyler Parker 15.569, 8. 69 Josh Kirkland 15.623, 9. 52 Jessica Power 15.641, 10. 75 Sean Dominey 16.235.

GO NUCELAR LATE MODEL SERIES (22 Entries)

Excel Tower Service Great Crate Race A-Main (65 Laps – Starting Position in Parentheses): 1. 57 Charlie Sandercock (3), 2. 12 Kyle Sopaz (1), 3. 29 Phil Potts (3), 4. 94 Bryce Davis (5), 5. 91 Chad Homan (4), 6. 25 Greg Belyea (17), 7. 92 Adam Turner (6), 8. 87 Andrew Hennessy (13), 9. 77 Caley Weese (10), 10. 42 Adam Nayler (11), 11. 5 Steve Baldwin (12), 12. 311 Sam Pennacchio (19), 13. 7m Mike Maresca (8), 14. 10 Chris Fleming (2), 15. 46 Brandon Mowat (9), 16. 60 Norm Mayhew (14), 17. 55 Mark Rayner (16), 18. 1 Andy Mayhew (18), 19. 89 John Owen (21), 20. 85 Doug O’Blenis (20), 21. R19 Dale Caswell (15), 22. 01 Eli Mayhew (DNS). No Time. Margin of Victory: 1.047 seconds.

Heat 1 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw): 1. 91 Chad Homan, 2. 29 Phil Potts, 3. 12 Kyle Sopaz, 4. 77 Caley Weese, 5. 87 Andrew Hennessy, 6. 55 Mark Rayner, 7. 311 Sam Pennacchio, 8. 89 John Owen. Time: 2:04.196.

Heat 2 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw): 1. 46 Brandon Mowat, 2. 94 Bryce Davis, 3. 92 Adam Turner, 4. 42 Adam Nayler, 5. 60 Norm Mayhew, 6. 25 Greg Belyea. Time: 2:02.231.

Heat 3 (8 Laps – Top 3 Redraw): 1. 10f Chris Fleming, 2. 57 Charlie Sandercock, 3. 7m Mike Maresca, 4. 5 Steve Baldwin, 5. R19 Dale Caswell, 6. 1 Andy Mayhew, 7. 85 Doug O’Blenis. Time: 2:02.559.

Time Trial Group 1 (Invert 4): 1. 12 Kyle Sopaz 14.562 seconds, 2. 29 Phil Potts 14.745, 3. 311 Sam Pennacchio 14.916, 4. 91 Chad Homan 14.975, 5. 77 Caley Weese 15.134, 6. 87 Andrew Hennessy 15.253, 7. 55 Mark Rayner 15.340, 8. 89 John Owen 15.614.

Time Trial Group 2 (Invert 4): 1. 94 Bryce Davis 14.503 seconds, 2. 60 Norm Mayhew 14.772, 3. 46 Brandon Mowat 14.958, 4. 25 Greg Belyea 15.068, 5. 92 Adam Turner 15.070, 6. 42 Adam Nayler 15.210, 7. 01 Eli Mayhew 17.962.

Time Trial Group 3 (Invert 4): 1. 7m Mike Maresca 14.442 seconds, 2. 57 Charlie Sandercock 14.575, 3. 5 Steve Baldwin 14.922, 4. 10f Chris Fleming 14.931, 5. R19 Dale Caswell 15.005, 6. 1 Andy Mayhew 15.147, 7. 85 Doug O’Blenis 15.396.

BAINER’S OILGARD CANADIAN MODIFIEDS (16 Entries)

John’s Equipment Danny Reid Memorial A-Main (50 Laps): 1. 87 Andrew Hennessy, 2. 07 Curtis King, 3. 91 Kraig Handley, 4. 48 Derrick Greig, 5. 88 Josh Hennessy, 6. 1 Shawn Gregory, 7. 03 Derek Bowers, 8. 32 Doug O’Blenis, 9. 23 Paul Milligan, 10. 11 Dan Ferguson, 11. 12 Adam Whaley, 12. 78 Shelby Mills, 13. 84 Mark Busscher, 14. 2 Warren Mowat, 15. 55 Jamie Marshall, 16. 74 Mike Lucas (DNS). No Time. Margin of Victory: 5.181 seconds.

Costa Del Mar Pole Dash (5 Laps): 1. 07 Curtis King, 2. 11 Dan Ferguson, 3. 48 Derrick Greig, 4. 87 Andrew Hennessy, 5. 91 Kraig Handley, 6. 1 Shawn Gregory. Time: 1:24.361.

Heat 1 (8 Laps – Top 3 To Dash): 1. 07 Curtis King, 2. 11 Dan Ferguson, 3. 48 Derrick Greig, 4. 03 Derek Bowers, 5. 78 Shelby Mills, 6. 32 Doug O’Blenis, 7. 55 Mark Rayner, 8. 2 Warren Mowat. Time: 2:13.376.

Heat 2 (8 Laps – Top 3 To Dash): 1. 1 Shawn Gregory, 2. 87 Andrew Hennessy, 3. 91 Kraig Handley, 4. 12 Adam Whaley, 5. 88 Josh Hennessy, 6. 23 Paul Milligan, 7. 84 Mark Busscher, 8. 74 Mike Lucas. Time: 2:14.896.

BRIGHTON AUTOMOTIVE DUEL ON THE DIRT PRO STOCKS (31 Entries)

A-Main (50 Laps): 1. 03 Justin Ramsay, 2. 72 Doug Anderson, 3. 49 Dave Bailey, 4. 47x Kyle Pelrine, 5. 88 Adam Turner, 6. 05 Pete Reid, 7. 51 Mike Freeman, 8. 1J Jason Fontaine, 9. 32 Mark Fawcett, 10. 90 Vince Fargnoli, 11. 85 Austin Reid, 12. 2 Leslie Mowat, 13. X15 Tyler Bushey, 14. 19 Brandon Murrell, 15. 73 Mike Miller, 16. TEN Dave Small, 17. 7 Rob Dier, 18. 29 Rich Sanders, 19. 08 Brian Cross, 20. 10x Todd Raabe, 21. Z28 John Calgey, 22. 28 Dan Insley, 23. 27 Sheldon Hoogwerf, 24. 59 Keith Riddell, 25. M1 Rob Murray, 16. 11r Bryce Richardson. No Time. Margin of victory: 0.478 seconds.

Heat 1 (8 Laps – Top 2 Redraw, Top 4 Qualify): 1. 90 Vince Fargnoli, 2. M1 Rob Murray, 3. 85 Austin Reid, 4. 08 Brian Cross, 5. 7 Rob Dier, 6. 02 Carissa Burrows, 7. 6 James Boyer, 8. 33m Jack Myers. No Time.

Heat 2 (8 Laps – Top 2 Redraw, Top 4 Qualify): 1. 72 Doug Anderson, 2. 1 J Jason Fontaine, 3. 05 Pete Reid, 4. 19 Brandon Murrell, 5. 23 Angie Kirby, 6. B3 Steve Billings, 7. 33 Samantha Mayhew, 8. 39 Jonah Mutton. Time: 2:20.693.

Heat 3 (8 Laps – Top 2 Redraw, Top 4 Qualify): 1. 49 Dave Bailey, 2. 32 Mark Fawcett, 3. 51 Mike Freeman, 4. 27 Sheldon Hoogwerf, 5. 28 Dan Insley, 6. 91 Cory White, 7. 29 Rich Sanders No Time.

Heat 4 (8 Laps – Top 2 Redraw, Top 4 Qualify): 1. X15 Tyler Bushey, 2. Z28 John Calgey, 3. 73 Mike Miller, 4. 10 Dave Small, 5. Keith Riddell, 6. 17 Rob Archer, 7. 8 Geneva Sheffield. Time: 2:25.317.

Heat 5 (8 Laps – Top 2 Redraw, Top 4 Qualify): 1. 03 Justin Ramsay, 2. 10x Todd Raabe, 3. 47x Kyle Pelrine, 4. 2 Leslie Mowat, 5. 88 Adam Turner, 6. 11r Bryce Richardson, 7. 14 Chris Dorland, 8. 23 Angie Kirby. Time: 2:20.489 (NTR).

B-Main 1 (8 Laps – Top 2 Transfer): 1. 88 Adam Turner, 2. 7 Rob Dier, 3. 11r Bryce Richardson (Prov), 4. 8 Geneva Sheffield, 5. 17 Rob Archer, 6. 02 Carissa Burrows, 7. 29 Rich Sanders (Prov), 8. 23 Angie Kirby.

B-Main 2 (8 Laps – Top 2 Transfer): 1. 59 Keith Riddell, 2. 28 Dan Insley, 3. 33 Samantha Mayhew, 4. B3 Steve Billings, 5. 23x Michael Dillon, 6. 33m Jack Myers, 7. 6 James Boyer.


SEASON WINNERS

Vanderlaan Building Products Pro Late Models: 5 – Phil Potts (April 30, July 2, July 16, July 30, September 23); 3 – Steve Baldwin (May 21, June 11, July 23); 2 – Adam Turner (May 14, June 18); 2 – Charlie Sandercock (May 28, July 9); 1 – Tyler Rand (June 4); 1 – Brandon Mowat (August 27); 1 – Greg Belyea (September 4)

Bainer’s OilGARD Canadian Modifieds: 7 – Andrew Hennessy (May 28, June 4, June 18, July 2, July 23, July 30, September 24); 4 – Dan Ferguson (April 30, June 25, July 16, August 27); 2 – Josh Hennessy (July 9, August 6); 2 – Curtis King (June 11, September 3); 2 – Shawn Gregory (August 20, September 4); 1 – Doug O’Blenis (May 14);

Brighton Automotive Pro Stocks: 7 – Justin Ramsay (April 30, June 4, June 18, June 25, July 2, July 30, August 20, September 3); 2 – Wade Purchase (May 14, July 16); 2 – Doug Anderson (May 21, June 11); 2 – Brandon Murrell (May 28, July 23); 2 – Jonah Mutton (July 9, September 4); 1 – Austin Reid (August 6); 1 – Mike Freeman (August 27); 1 – Adam Turner (September 23)

Bill’s Johns Comp 4s: 7 – Tyler French (April 30, May 14, May 28, June 4, July 30, September 3, September 24); 3 – Luke Toms (July 16, July 23, August 27); 2 – Josh Read (June 11, July 2); 2 – Josh French (June 18, June 25); 2 – Adam Flieler (May 21, August 6); 1 – Jeff Humphrey (August 20)

Quinte Septic Super Stingers: 3 – Del MacGregor (July 9, August 6, September 23); 2 – Chris Lammle (May 28, June 11); 2 – Arthur McCauley (June 25, August 20); 2 – Mark MacDonald (July 23, September 3);1 – Rick Phillips (May 14);

Quinte Septic Junior Stingers: 3 – Willy Bulten (June 11, July 23, September 3); 2 – Brittany Golden (May 28, August 6); 2 – Dylan Lobb (July 9, August 20); 1 – Chantel Golden (May 14); 1 – James Turgeon (June 25); 1 – Jim Kotsilidis (September 23)

Southern Ontario Sprints: 4 – Dylan Westbrook (July 9, August 6, September 3, September 4); 2 – Mitch Brown (May 21, June 18);

Go Nuclear Late Model Series: 2 – Charlie Sandercock (June 25, September 24)

Eastern Ontario Vintage Stock Car Club: 1 – Shawn Gregory (July 16); 1 – Brian Comeau (September 23)

DIRTcar 358 Modifieds: 1 – Erick Rudolph (September 24)

DIRTcar Sportsman: 1 – Cody McPherson (September 23); 1 – Martin Pelletier (September 24)

Duel on the Dirt Series: 1 – Justin Ramsay (September 24)


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Brighton Speedway’s 2016 season is proudly supported by the following corporate sponsors: ABC Taxi, Adecco, AeCON, Bainer’s OilGARD Anti-Rust, Battlefield Equipment Rentals, Bay Marine, Behan Construction, Belleville Boyer Nissan, Belleville Transmission & Auto, Bellevue Fabricating Ltd., Bicknell Racing Products, Bill’s Johns, BJ McColl Fams, Bonn Law, Boyer Chevrolet Napanee, Brighton Automotive, Brighton Recycling, Budweiser, Campbellford Chrysler, Canadian Energy, Canadian National Autism Foundation, CANEX, Classic Hits 95.5, Classic Rock 107.9 The Breeze, Coca-Cola, Comfort Zone Heating & Air Conditioning, The Community Press, Cool 100, CSC Products, Davis Auto Repair, Deerhaven Farm and Garden, Dibbits Excavating, Eastern Overhead Doors, Electro Cables, Excel Tower Service, First Place Trailers, Gerow Propane, Gilmour’s Meat Shop, Gord’s Water, Greig Truck & Trailer, Hellraiser Race Bodies, Hewbrook Incorporated, Hits FM 95.5, Hotch’s Auto Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, Humber Nurseries, ImageFactor.ca Motorsport Designs, JJ Stewart Motors, John’s Equipment, Jones Automotive, KD Transmission, Kiwanis Club of Trenton, KOA Campground of Brighton, Krown Rust Control Trenton, Lange & Fetter Ford, Larry’s Towing, Leaf Racewear, Leclair Electric, Lester’s Hot Dogs, Lucas Oil, Maestro’s Painting, Mark Heating & Cooling, McDougall Insurance and Financial, Mix 97, Monacoe’s Hair Salon & Day Spa, Monster Energy, Motosports of Trenton, Muskoka Aircraft Refinishing My FM 100.9/93.3, Mystical Distributing, NecksGen Head and Neck Restraint, NOCO Fuels, Owasco RV, Part Source, Peter’s South End Garage, Qunte Mall, Quinte Septic, Rapid Rad, Read’s Accounting, REMAX (Saoirse Graham & Nicole Parks), ROCK 107, Rona Trenton, Sanderson Tire and Automotive, Stewart Electric, Stix & Stones Billiards, Stoneridge Specialty Insurance, Target Fabrication, TAS Communications, The Trentonian, Therapeutic Massage Centre, Towne and Country Liquidation, Turris Communications, UCB Radio Canada, Ultramar CST, Vanderlaan Building Products, Vandermeer Toyota, VanZuylen Tire and Alignment, The Vinyl Solution, Vito’s Restaurant, VP Racing Fuels and Workman’s OK Tire.

About Brighton Speedway: Brighton Speedway is a 1/3-mile clay stock car racing oval located on the shores of Lake Ontario in Brighton, Ont. The speedway hosts five weekly stock car divisions on Saturday nights from May to September.

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