|Emily Puchalski won the Ladies race at the Dawn of|
Destruction at Humberstone Speedway
credit: Julie McKenzie-Puchalski/Humberstone Speedway
Karl Sault, Emily Puchalski and Jason Coutu picked up victories at the inaugural Dawn of Destruction presented by Tidyman Maintenance at Humberstone Speedway on Sunday afternoon. Sault dominated all three segments of the Enduro as he picked up the victory, earning $700 for his efforts. Puchalski won the Ladies Race, and Coutu picked up wins in the Backwards Race and Figure 8’s.
Glen Hills won in the Enduro Cross and outlasted seven other competitors to win the Demolition Derby. The team of Rodney Rutherford and Sault picked up the win in the Side-By-Side Race.
The day began with a pair of invitational events for two of Humberstone’s weekly divisions, the PC Works DIRTcar Sportsman and the JC Auto Street Stocks. Adam Leslie from Port Colborne, Ontario scored the win in the Sportsman Invitational over Tyler Puchalski, Chris Storm and Gord McIntosh. Jason Fontaine from Port Colborne, Ontario picked up the Street Stock Invitational over Chris Crawford, Jim Lampman and Mark Fawcett.
Operators from Walters Excavators and Peters Excavating competed in the inaugural Dawn of Destruction Construction Crush-Off, and Darren Peters from Peters Excavating won the fan vote to decide the winner.
Humberstone Speedway officially kicks off its 2016 stock car racing schedule on Sunday, May 1 for the 57th season opener. The DIRTcar Sportsman, RUSH Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks and the Pro 4 Trucks will be on the racing card. Gates open at 4:30 p.m., with racing getting underway at 6:30 p.m.
Find more information and a complete schedule at www.humberstonespeedway.com.