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Sandercock, Handley, Anderson and Moore score wins on Fan Appreciation night

 

 

Brighton Speedway’s final fan appreciation night of 2018 hosted a full grandstand with over 60 cars dialed in for heart pumping racing action. The night, in support of the Canadian National Autism Foundation, was presented by Archer’s Poultry Kids Race for Autism and Comfort Zone Heating and Air Conditioning.  Fans had the opportunity to meet drivers track side at intermission for autographs, pictures and candy.

Sandercock secures second Triple Crown

No. 57 Charlie Sandercock and No. 46 Brandon Mowat led the Vanderlaan Building Products Late Models to green in the 35-lap Hotch’s Auto Parts Triple Crown Race 3.  From the drop of the green flag, the pair stomped on the gas, waging a thrilling side by side battle with No. 89 Adam Turner chasing close behind.  A five-car pileup at the back on the first lap quickly slowed the action.  On the restart Mowat worked the cushion on a tacky track to try and move past Sandercock.  It seemed to work for him but then on the 8th time by, the 57 machine took off, leaving Mowat and Turner in a battle for second.  No. 12 Kyle Sopaz flexed his muscle to settle in to second as three more cautions slowed the pace.  With two laps to go, Sandercock took off again and never let off the throttle sailing to victory lane, securing his fifth season win.  Sopaz and Turner had the best battle of the event as the two raced back and forth for the runner-up spot. Turner took second, Sopaz in third almost at the line, Mowat placed fourth and No. 5 Steve Baldwin earned fifth.

Handley ends season drought 

No. 37 Ronald Linde and No. 14 Brandt Graham took the field of OilGARD Anti-Rust Canadian Modifieds to the green flag in the 25-lap feature.  From his third starting position, No. 91 Kraig Handley muscled his way to the top on lap three.  Once in the lead, Handley never relinquished the point determined to earn his first second win as No. 39 Jonah Mutton, No. 32 Doug O’Blenis, No. 12 Adam Whaley and No. 87 Andrew Hennessy challenged Linde from behind.  In a bold move, the pair drove hard from either side of Linde making it three wide on turn one as they snapped second and third setting their sights on Handley.    With Linde now out of the way, a caution eventually slowed the pace on the 13th lap giving Mutton, Whaley, Hennessy and O’Blenis the chance to catch up to Handley.  But the No. 91 was untouchable.  Handley took off again to a dominating first place finish with Mutton earning second.  Whaley placed third, Hennessy in fourth and No. 07 Curtis King took home fifth.

Anderson racks up another win 

The Brighton Automotive Thunder Stock feature was led to green No. 29 Brian Mitts and No. 46 Adam Switzer.  No. 53 Wade Purchase was quick to pounce on the lead on the first lap of the 20-lap feature.  The move kicked off the beginning of an exhilarating feud for first between Purchase, No. 51 Mike Freeman, No. 48 Adam Wells and No. 03 Justin Ramsay.  The four went at it as No. 72 Doug Anderson stormed his through the pack from his 13th starting position to join the fight on the 8th time by.  Anderson waged a door to door war with Wells before a caution reset the field.  Anderson jumped on the lead as Purchase tried to get it back.  The pair duked it out for six laps with Anderson cruising to victory lane leaving Purchase to settle for second.  Ramsay picked up third, Freeman fourth and Wells placed fifth.

Moore earns one more         

No. 52 Doug Galt and No. 17E Emily Peterson ran the field of Bill John’s Comp 4s to the green flag in the 15-lap main event.  Both eager to return to victory lane, No. 14 Matthew Moore and No. 0 Tyler French wasted little time working their way into the top three.  On the fourth lap Moore and French engaged in dramatic side by side duel. French lost control off of turn two pushing him back three spots as Moore took off.  French worked hard to regain runner up but when the checkers flew, Moore had won his second season win.  French placed second, No. Adam Flieler earned third, No. 50 Willy Bulten took home fourth and No. 43 Devon Kippen secured fifth. 

Gregory takes Thunder Stock Mechanics Race

The mechanics behind the Thunder Stock cars got their chance behind the wheel for the 10-lap race at the end of the night.  Brandon Gregory drove Brain Mitts No. 29 to victory lane ahead of Adam Davidson in the No. 19 and Kyle Anderson in the No. 72.

French Finishes First in Comp 4 Mechanics Race   

Comp 4 mechanics were also awarded with the opportunity to hit the track Saturday for a 10-lap feature.  Josh French parked his brother Tyler French’s No. 0 in victory lane ahead of Jamie Sandercock in the No. 17E and Travis Mclean in the No. 43.

Next week at Brighton:

Pinty’s and Sticker Revival presents the Action Sprint Tour, crate engine sprint cars touring from Ohsweken Speedway, plus a complete race program featuring Vanderlaan Building Products Late Model Division, Bainer’s OilGARD Anti Rust Canadian Modified Division, Brighton Automotive Thunder Stock Division and Bill’s John Comp 4 Division.  Races will Start at 7:00 PM and Adult Admission is only $15.00.

 

 Brighton Speedway Social Media: Follow Brighton Speedway on Twitter, @BrightonSpdwy, for live race day updates and track information. ‘Like’ us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BrightonSpdwy.

Brighton Speedway’s 2018 season is proudly supported by the following corporate sponsors: ABC Taxi, Adecco, Archer’s Poultry, B & H Carpet, Bainer’s OilGARD Anti-Rust, Bay Marine, Behan Construction, Bellevue Fabricating Ltd., Bill’s Johns, Brighton Automotive, Brighton Recycling, Campbellford Chrysler, Canadian National Autism Foundation, CANEX, Classic Rock 107.9, Coca-Cola, Comfort Zone Heating & Air Conditioning, Cool 100, Deerhaven Farm and Garden, Dibbits Excavating, Electro Cables, Excel Tower Service, Fidelity Engineering & Construction, First Place Trailers, Gerow Propane, Gord’s Water, Greig Truck & Trailer, Humber Nurseries, Hotch’s Auto Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, ImageFactor.ca Motorsport Designs, John’s Equipment, Lange & Fetter Ford, Larry’s Towing, Lucas Oil, McDougall Insurance and Financial, Mix 97, Mystical Distributing, Owasco RV, Part Source, Pinty’s, Quinte Septic, Rapid Rad, Read’s Accounting, Rock 107, Sanderson Tire and Automotive, Stoneridge Specialty Insurance, The Community Press, TURRIS Communications, 95.5 Hits FM, UCB Radio Canada, Ultramar Parkland, Weaver Funeral Home, Workman’s OK Tire, Vanderlaan Building Products, VanZuylen Tire, and VP Racing Fuels.

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 and youth Go-Kart racing on Thursday nights from May to September.

Brighton Speedway Mailing Address: 775 County Road 64, Brighton, ON, K0K 1H0.

 

 

Brighton Speedway Top Five Race Results 8/11/2018

 

Vanderlaan Building Products Late Model Division

Feature: 1. Charlie Sandercock (Trenton, On), 2. Adam Turner ( Picton, On ), 3. Kyle Sopaz ( Carrying Place, On ), 4. Brandon Mowat (Brighton, ON), 5. Steve Baldwin (Trenton, ON)

 

Bainer’s OilGARD Canadian Modified Division

Feature: 1. Kraig Handley ( Picton, On), 2. Jonah Mutton (Brighton, ON), 3. Adam Whaley (Frankford, On ),  5. Andrew Hennessy ( Picton, On)

 

Brighton Automotive Thunder Stock Division

Feature: 1. Doug Anderson (Quinte West, On), 2. Wade Purchase (Demorestville, On), 3. Justin Ramsay (Belleville, On), 4. Adam Wells (Madoc, On) 5. Mike Freeman (Brighton, On)

 

Bill’s Johns Comp 4 Division

Feature: 1. Matthew Moore (Port Hope, On), 2. Tyler French (Belleville, ON), 3.  Adam Flieler (Trenton, ON), 4. Willy Bulten (Trenton, ON), 5. Devon Kippen (Trenton, ON)

 

Photos Courtesy of Rod Henderson, Canadianracer.com

IMG_2725 No. 91 Kraig Handley hits victory lane for the first time 2018, dominating the field in the Bainer’s OilGARD Anti Rust Canadian Modified Division at Brighton Speedway on Saturday, August 11th.

 

IMG_2884  The Vanderlaan Building Products Late Model Division finished off the Hotch’s Auto Parts Triple Crown Race 3 with No. 57 Charlie Sandercock securing the checkered flag in the 35 lap race on Saturday, August 11th at Brighton Speedway.

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