Brandon Mowat Leads Flag-to-Flag To Earn Third Go Nuclear Win At Brockville
BROCKVILLE, Ont. – October 14, 2016 – Brandon Mowat led every lap of the Excel Tower Service 35 and held off Charlie Sandercock on the final lap for his third Go Nuclear Late Model Series win of the season at Brockville Ontario Speedway on Friday night.
Mowat took the lead on the opening lap after starting on the outside of polesitter Dale Caswell. He had to withstand a number of challenges throughout a number of restarts in the second half to claim the win.
“This is not one of my strongest tracks, but I went with a tire selection I normally wouldn’t do and it paid off. I’m happy,” Mowat said. “Just like Humberstone, the first race I won, the cautions helped me. It seemed like they did.”
Charlie Sandercock Wins Go Nuclear Series
Pit Stop Convenience Stores 50 At Fulton
Third Straight Go Nuclear Series Win For Trenton, Ont. Native
By Clayton Johns
FULTON, NY – September 30, 2016 – Charlie Sandercock took the lead from Chris Fleming with a slide job in turn two with five laps to go and led the final five laps of the race to claim the Pit Stop Convenience Stores 50 presented by Gillee’s NAPA Auto Parts at Fulton Speedway on Friday night.
The win was the first of Sandercock’s career at Fulton and his fifth on the tour this season.
“This is awesome. We’ve definitely wanted one here for a long time. We’ve been coming here since 2007 off and on and I’m really happy to get it tonight,” Sandercock said in victory lane. Continue Reading.
Charlie Sandercock Wins Second Straight Go Nuclear Late Model Seres Great Crate Race at Brighton Speedway
Charlie Sandercock (No.57 Bellevue Fabricating) didn’t lead many laps in Saturday’s Excel Tower Service Great Crate Race presented by Hotch’s Auto Parts, Dibbits Excavating and Vanderlaan Building Products for the Go Nuclear Late Model Series, but he led the final one to earn his second straight $6,000 payday at the annual event.
Kyle Sopaz (No.12 KD Transmissions) started on the pole for the 65-lap event with Chris Fleming (No.10 Hottenstein Bus Service) to his outside. Sopaz led a very clean race that saw him pull Sandercock along to a three-second lead over third-place Chad Homan (No.91 DigTrack.com). Continue Reading.