By Jim Bourdon – After two consecutive rainouts, everyone was ready to get back to racing at Brockville Ontario Speedway…
First up was the First Year Box Stock Division. Brock Beattie wasted no time charging to the lead from his fourth starting position. He would get plenty of pressure from the fast machine of Brandon Lazore and eventually surrender the lead to Lazore on lap 7. Beattie’s luck would go from bad to worse as he would soon after get turned around, bringing out the caution, Adrianna Winters would capitalize on an excellent restart to take the lead from Lazore and hold the lead going into the last lap. A perfectly set up pass would allow Lazore to battle back and take the checkers over Winters and Beattie.
In the Second Year Box Stock feature, Melcolm Banks would lead from the green flag. With only cautions giving his competition any chance at catching him, Banks would go flag to flag, leading every lap, winning over Bryson Winters and Max McBride.
Max Petro led the Rookie 2 field to the green flag. with lots of hard racing behind him, the race would slow four times for caution. On each restart, Petro would open a healthy lead, and drive on to victory ahead of Landon Slinger and Elyana Petro.
Grayson Reddick would assume the lead the of the Junior Sportsman 1 division from the outside pole and lead through the first six laps. A restart on lap seven would see Blake Smith with a great move to take the lead and Reddick would get out of shape soon after, bringing out the caution. Smith would lead from the restart, but unfortunately for the leader, a thrown chain would cost him a chance at the win. Reddick would go ont to charge back to the led and win over Dylan Moore and Keegan Elliott.
In Junior Sportsman 2, Jordan Wood wasn’t to be denied as he would lead the whole race that was slowed twice for yellows. Wood crossed the line ahead of Brennan Moore and Kalen Draper.
In Junior Restricted action, Braxton D’Alessio, would lead from the start. The racing behind him would be fast and furious, seeing two and three wide racing throughout the field. Eventually, Marco McCarthy and Trent Wallace would come home second and third, respectively, behind the dominant D’Alessio.
Stock Heavy saw Raymond David and Zach Renaud lead the field to green. They and Randy Revelle would battle for the lead among themselves as Renaud would lead early to be passed on lap two by David. Lapped traffic would play into Renaud’s hands, as he would take advantage to get the lead back from David on lap 10. While David and Revelle would seek a way around each other and the leader, Renaud would drive on to the win ahead of David and Revelle.