Le RPM Speedway,
Quebec City, QC
Sanction: Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series (Quebec Invasion) - $4,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated July 14, 4:31 pm)
Sandercock wins $4,000 RUSH stop in Quebec
- Charlie Sandercock
- Kyle Sopaz
- Phil Potts
- Michael Duritsky
- Chad Homan
- Bradley Rayner
- Steve Baldwin
- Brandon Mowat
- Braeden Dillinger
- Ryan Frazee
- Harry Halliday
- Chris Fleming
- Craig Graham
- Austin King
- Michael Goudie
- John Waters
- Brian Knowles
What won the race: Charging from seventh, Charlie Sandercock of Belleville, Ontario, passed race-long leader John Waters on the outside as they raced through turn on lap 17 and went on to win his second straight RUSH Dirt Late Model Series feature. Sandercock finished 2.054 seconds in front of runner-up Kyle Sopaz in winning $4,000.
Quotable: "It was a super racey track," said Sandercock. "We did not start off the night the best, but my crew gave me a good car at the end of the night.”
Key notes: Sandercock has three career RUSH Dirt Late Model Series wins. … He survived three late-race restarts for the win in the first-ever Late Model appearance at Le RPM. … Sandercock swept the weekend’s Quebec Invasion as he also won Friday at Autodrome Granby for an $8,000 weekend. The Canadian driver also won the tour’s last trip to his native country, when he won in 2017 at Merrittville Speedway in Thorold, Ontario. … Thirteen of the 17 starters completed all 40 laps. … Michael Goudie spun on lap 15 to bring out the first caution. … Waters brought out the second caution in lap 19 after breaking a lower control arm bolt. … Sandercock held a straightaway lead when Craig Graham's spin on lap 28 brought out the third caution. … The final caution waved on lap 37 for another spin by Goudie. … Rearend problems sidelined Brian Knowles. … Kyle Sopaz and Phil Potts recorded podium finishes in both weekend events, with the two swapping the second and third spots at Granby and Le RPM. … John Waters set a new track record (14.385 seconds) during qualifying.
On the move: Chad Homan of Macedon, N.Y., advanced nine positions to finish fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Sandercock's No. 57 is sponsored by DeerHaven Farm & Garden, 1000 Islands RV Centre, Stampkrete Concrete Contracting, Bellevue Fabricating, Polaris and K-D Transmissions.
Points chase: Jeremy Wondering (902 points) of Wellsville, N.Y., leads Kyle Lukon (846), Michael Duritsky, Jr. (826), Braeden Dillinger (819) and Jason Genco (787).
Current weather: Partly Cloudy, 77°F
Car count: 17
Fast qualifier: John Waters
Time: 14.385 seconds
Polesitter: John Waters
Dash winner: John Waters
Heat race winners: John Waters, Kyle Sopaz
Next series race: July 20, Pittsburgh Pa. Motor Speedway (Imperial, PA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.