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Daily Dirt 02/26/2020 05:05:24

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July 3
Cornwall Motor Speedway,
Cornwall, ON
Sanction: Go Nuclear Late Model Challenge Series (Cornwall Clash) - $1,500
Information provided by: Clayton Johns and Tim Baltz (last updated July 3, 11:45 pm)
Sandercock rolls to Go Nuclear victory at Cornwall
Cornwall Clash
  1. Charlie Sandercock
  2. Adam Turner
  3. Phil Potts
  4. Kyle Sopaz
  5. Andy Mayhew
  6. Chad Homan
  7. Greg Belyea
  8. Brandon Mowat
  9. Tyler Rand
  10. Chris Fleming
  11. Dale Caswell
  12. Johnny Hill
  13. Austin King
  14. Norm Mayhew
  15. Robbie Wilson
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What won the race: Charlie Sandercock of Belleville, Ontario, fought off a late-race charge from Adam Turner for a $1,500 Go Nuclear Late Model Challenge Series victory in the non-stop Cornwall Clash. The winning margin was .305 seconds.
Key notes: The 35-lap feature ran caution-free; all 15 starters were running at the finish. ... Andy Mayhew led the first eight laps from the front row. ... Turner topped Mayhew and Sandercock in a three-wide battle for the lead on the ninth lap. ... Sandercock took the lead on the 11th circuit. ... The top four qualifiers were inverted for heat races. ... Sandercock topped Chad Homan by .009 seconds in the second heat race. ... The quarter-mile oval hosted its lone Go Nuclear event of 2016. ... Valley Automation and Control and Guillevin International sponsored the event.
Winner's sponsors: Sandercock's No. 57 Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Bellevue Fabricating, Deerhaven Farm and Garden, Image Landscape Contracting, Excel Tower Service and Jeff Harrison Farms.
Points chase: Entering Cornwall, Charlie Sandercock of Trenton, Ontario, had 182 points to lead Phil Potts (173) and Brandon Mowat (165).
Car count: 15
Fast qualifier: Tyler Rand
Time: 13.462 seconds
Heat race winners: Chris Fleming, Charlie Sandercock
Next series race: July 24, Humberstone Speedway (Port Colborne, ON) $1,200
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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