Tim Fuller Wins Race For The Cure at Cornwall

St.Lawrence Radiology presented the biggest show of the year with the Race for the Cure 150 along with the DIRTcar Sportsman Series race. A lot of cars and a lot of action!

Gary Lindberg and Mat Williamson took the field of 32 strong to the of Race for the Cure 150 with Lindberg to the lead with Brian McDonald moving up to second and Williamson to third. Lindberg got into lap traffic and the front five got closer, Williamson moved to second in those conditions and then challenged Lindberg for the lead, Williamson made a great move in turn 4 and took the lead on lap 16 with Luke Whitteker moving third. Brian McDonald used the high lane to pass Williamson for the lead on lap 32. A lot of changes in the top 5 with Michael Maresca, Steve Bernier and David Hebert making their way in those positions. The first caution came on lap 54 for Mike Stacey. McDonald stayed first on a lap 62 restart with Maresca getting closer. On a restart at halfway point, Maresca took the lead as McDonald went a little too high, Hebert moved to second and Williamson to third by lap 77. Maresca remained in first on the following green with Hebert and Williamson following closely. Maresca moved away from the field with no change in the top 3 as the feature got to lap 100. Caution on lap 113 for Stephane Lafrance. Maresca back in the lead with Mario Clair joining the top 5. The final 15 laps were quite exciting with lap traffic being a factor, Fuller started to make the car work and move to second and got closer to the leader, Fuller used the inside lane and passed Maresca for the win right under the flagstand and gets $12,000 with Maresca and Williamson completing the podium. Mario Clair, Carey Terrance and Kyle Dingwall got the bonus money from Seaway GM.

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