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Moore Claims Brockville Fall Nationals

BROCKVILLE, Ont. — The 15th annual DIRT Outlaw Apparel/King Edward Auto Parts Fall Nationals saw perfect weather and track conditions and plenty of action.

The debut of the Midget STR division put on some great racing along with all other classes, which produced a list of drivers who claimed their first ever Fall Nationals win.

The first of nine championships were set to be decided in the 50-lap Ogilvie’s Sportsman Triple Crown Series. Bobby Herrington and Shane Pecore came into the evening tied for the points lead and both seeking their second series titles.

Gabriel Cyr was the dominant driver in the early laps as he led the way over Brennan Moore and Adam Rozon. Cyr was fast in the beginning but Moore would use home track advantage a few laps later, as he snuck by on the inside lane to take the top spot away with Oswego Super Dirt Week Pole sitter Nick Root making his way to third in his first visit at the speedway.

Nearing the halfway point Moore had pulled to a big lead while Cyr was trying his best to fend off three-time Brockville Speedway track champion Herrington, Root and Ogilvie’s title contender Pecore.

With 20 laps remaining Moore would find himself in yet another battle with Herrington as they both put on a great battle for the top spot, despite having to battle through slower traffic. The caution would fly with 10 laps to go setting up a great finish.

Moore would grab the lead as the field hit turns one and two with Herrington right there to challenge for the remainder of the night. The top two would pull away from Cyr, Root and the battle for fifth with Jessica Power and Pecore.

In the final laps Moore would once again have to deal with slower traffic, but the Elgin, Ontario native would not be denied as he scored his first ever Ogilvie’s Series win and his first Fall Nationals triumph.

Herrington settled for second, which was also good enough to lock up his second straight Ogilvie’s title. Cyr, Pecore and Root would complete the top five. 

Jocelyn Roy won the DIRTcar Pro Stock feature while Johnathon Ferguson claimed the DIRTcar 358 Modifieds feature. Pete Stapper reigned in the Vintage Modifieds feature with Marc Dagenais winning the Dirt Mini Stocks event.

The midget feature was won by Yan Bussiere, with Pete Stapper winning the 50/50 Vintage event. Matt Barbour won the 70/80 Vintage feature.

Feature Finish (50 Laps)

1. 35B-Brennan Moore[2]; 2. 88Z-Bobby Herrington[6]; 3. 94-Gabriel Cyr[1]; 4. 0M-Shane Pecore[9]; 5. 30-Nicholas Root[4]; 6. 52-Jessica Power[15]; 7. 23-Michael Dillon[20]; 8. 92T-Tristan Ladouceur[7]; 9. 44-David Rogers[12]; 10. 32-Tyler Stewart[5]; 11. 38S-Sean Imbeault[10]; 12. 03-Joshua Jock[24]; 13. 18J-Jordan Wood[26]; 14. 707-Greg Brinklow[16]; 15. 98-Domonick Merkley[19]; 16. 35D-Dylan Moore[25]; 17. 3-Adam Rozon[3]; 18. 87-Karl Loignon[17]; 19. 25-Pierre Picard[28]; 20. M70-Billy Cook[29]; 21. 22S-Shane Stearns[13]; 22. 44X-Dylan Breen[21]; 23. X41-Xavier Perrin[14]; 24. 88S-Fire Swamp[11]; 25. 23N-Nathan Peattie[30]; 26. 20-Nathan Lambert[18]; 27. 91-Kraig Handley[27]; 28. 21L-Skylar Ladouceur[23]; 29. 88K-Dylan Kirkland[8]; 30. (DNS) 21CL-Terry Ladouceur