Tuesday, 17 October 2017


Brockville Speedway Notebook

Feature (100 Laps) – 91d Billy Decker, 98h Jimmy Phelps, 9s Matt Sheppard, R70 Ryan Arbuthnot , 27j Danny Johnson, 19 Tim Fuller, 6h Max McLaughlin, 42p Pat Ward, 54 Steve Bernard, 21a Peter Britten, 20 Brett Hearn, 43 Keith Flach, 151 Brian Mcdonald, 7m Mike Maresca, 22c Mario Clair, 23 Dany Bilodeau, 96 JF Corriveau, 22 Brandon Walters, One David Hebert, 88 Shayne Pierce, m96 Jeremy Lasalle, 73 Alain Boisvert, 99l Larry Wight, 8 Rich Scagliotta, 13 Kevin Hamel, 63 Chris Herbison, 17d Danny O'Brien, 00 Ryan Poole, 21y Yan Bussiere, 66x Carey Terrance

Heat 1 (8 Laps – Top-3 Redraw) - 54 Steve Bernard, 66x Carey Terrance, 20 Brett Hearn, 6h Max McLaughlin, 21a Peter Britten, One David Hebert, 9j Jordan McCreadie, 17d Danny O'Brien, 73 Alain Boisvert, 66 Kyle Dingwall

Heat 2 (8 Laps - Top-3 Redraw) - 91d Billy Decker, 42p Pat Ward, R70 Ryan Arbuthnot, 19 Tim Fuller, 23 Dany Bilodeau, 96 JF Corriveau, 63 Chris Herbison, 88t Tim O'Brien, 14k Rick Wilson, 9 Jason Riddell

Heat 3 (8 Laps –Top-3 Redraw) -  99l Larry Wight, 9s Matt Sheppard, 7m Mike Maresca , 21y Yan Bussiere, 00 Ryan Poole, 13 Kevin Hamel, 91 Mathieu Laramee, 13y Paul Hamel

Heat 4 (8 Laps –Top-3 Redraw) - 98h Jimmy Phelps, 43 Keith Flach , 27j Danny Johnson, 22 Brandon Walters , 8 Rich Scagliotta, 22c Mario Clair, m96 Jeremy Lasalle, 88 Shayne Pierce, 24b Roger Levesque



  • Matt Sheppard – 11 (Five Mile Point Speedway on June 11; Autodrome Granby on July 25; Autodrome Drummond on July 26; Ransomville Speedway on August 8; Merrittville Speedway on August 9; Ohsweken Speedway on August 24; Weedsport Speedway on September 4; Le RPM Speedway on September 9; Brewerton Speedway on September 15, Cornwall Speedway on September 17, Oswego Speedway on October 8)
  • Billy Decker - 4 (Fulton Speedway on April 29; Outlaw Speedway on June 20; Eldora Speedway on July 18, Brockville Speedway, October 13)
  • Stewart Friesen – 2 (Utica-Rome Speedway on July 2, Weedsport Speedway on July 11)
  • Larry Wight – 2 (Airborne Park Speedway on July 6; Autodrome Granby on September 8)
  • Peter Britten – 1 (Sharon Speedway on July 20)
  • Brett Hearn – 1 (Lebanon Valley Speedway on August 31)
  • Tim McCreadie – 1 (Albany-Saratoga Speedway on June 27)
  • Ryan Watt – 1 (Bridgeport Speedway on May 16)
  • Tim Fuller -1 (Mohawk Speedway on September 16)
  • Bobby Varin – 1 (Fonda Speedway on September 23)

FONDA, NY – Sept. 23, 2017 - Saturday night’s St. Lawrence Radiology 100 at Fonda Speedway came down to a pair of track champions. Tim Fuller, the 2017 title winner at Fonda, showed the way with multi-time champion Bobby Varin in pursuit. It looked like Fuller was had the win sewn up as he had a comfortable advantage over Varin with just a handful of laps to go. Unfortunately for Fuller, his right rear tire gave way on the final lap handing the top spot over to Varin who led the final circuit for his first Super DIRTcar Series win of the year. Read more: 9/23/2017 - Fonda Speedway

CORNWALL, ONT, CAN – SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 – Billy Decker seemed to be the man to beat at Cornwall Motor Speedway but lap traffic became challenging for the leaders as Matt Sheppard was able to slip by Decker with 9 laps left in the feature to capture win number 10 in the Super DIRTcar Series. Read more: 9/17/2017 - Cornwall Motor Speedway

HOGANSBURG, NY – SEPTEMBER 16, 2017 – While Mohawk International Raceway regulars showed the way early in the 100-lap event, it was Super DIRTcar Series regular, Tim Fuller that was able to get by Billy Dunn on Lap 60 en route to his first Series victory of 2017.

Read more: 9/16/2017 - Mohawk International Raceway

BREWERTON, NY – Sept. 15, 2017 – It was a wild night at the Brewerton Speedway as Matt Sheppard continued his solid form taking home his ninth Super DIRTcar Series triumph of the 2017 racing season. The Waterloo, N.Y., driver did it the hard way by first passing Brewerton Speedway track champion and Super DIRTcar Series high-point man Billy Decker before working over Larry Wight in the final ten laps to pass him as well for his 56th career series win in the Duel at the Demon 100.

Read more: 9/15/2017 - Brewerton Speedway

SAINT-MARCEL-DE-RICHELIEU, QUE. — Sept. 9, 2017 — finishing 21st at Autodrome Granby the night before, Sheppard lowered the track record mark during qualifying and would go on to pick up a heat race win. Sheppard headed into the redraw as the driver to beat. Sheppard would start the 100-lap feature from the 11th position and worked his way through to take the lead on lap 88. The masterful driver through the field leads to Sheppard’s seventh win in the last Super DIRTcar Series nine races and his eighth win of the 2017 season. Larry Wight, Jimmy Phelps, David Hebert and Tim Fuller rounded out the top-five.

Read more: 9/9/2017 - LeRPM Speedway

GRANBY, QUE — Sept. 8, 2017 — Lightning Larry Wight struck for his second Super DIRTcar Series victory of the 2017 season at Autodrome Granby over Steve Bernard, Billy Decker, Pat Ward and Max McLaughlin.

Read more: 9/8/2017 - Autodrome Granby

WEEDSPORT, N.Y. — Sept. 4, 2017 — Matt Sheppard gets back into Victory Lane during the Labor Day 100 at Weedsport Speedway. Sheppard survived a late race onset from driver of the No. 44 Stewart Friesen to pick up his seventh Super DIRTcar Series win of the season. This win marks his second consecutive Labor Day 100. Read more: 9/4/2017 - Weedsport Speedway

WEST LEBANON, NY – August 31 2017 – All it took for Brett Hearn to end his Super DIRTcar Series winless streak was a trip home. The Sussex, N.J., dominated the Mr. Dirt Track USA feature at the Lebanon Valley Speedway for his 121st career series win and his first since August, 23, 2015 at the Cornwall Motor Speedway. Read more: 8/31/2017 - Lebanon Valley Speedway

OHSWEKEN, ON, CAN – August 24, 2017 – The first 49 laps of the Triple Crown Showdown were a side-by-side battle between polesitter Larry Wight and front row starter Chad Brachmann, but the final 25 laps were all Matt Sheppard. The reigning Super DIRTcar Series champion took the lead from Brachmann on lap 50 following a restart and couldn’t be stopped on the way to his fifth straight Series victory on Thursday night. Brachmann finished second after winning the inaugural event in 2015. Pat Ward was the KSE Hard Charger driving from 13th to complete the podium in third. 

Read more: 8/24/17 - Ohsweken Speedway


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