CONCORD, N.C. — Super DIRTcar Series officials have rescheduled the event at Cornwall Motor Speedway for Sunday, Sept. 17.
The event was originally scheduled for July 9 but was postponed due to rain. The rescheduling ensures the Super DIRTcar Series will return to Cornwall for the 17th straight season.
“We are very excited we could work with the Super DIRTcar Series to reschedule this event,” said Cornwall Motor Speedway promoter Raymond Lavergne. “We know our fans like being able to see the best Big-Block Modified drivers in the world at Cornwall. Each year the Big-Blocks put on a great show and we can’t wait to see what the stars do again in September.”
The Super DIRTcar Series is now set for a tripleheader weekend in September. The Series will visit Brewerton Speedway on Sept. 15 before heading north to Mohawk Int’l Raceway in Hogansburg, N.Y. on Sept. 16. The following night, the Series will make the short trip across the St. Lawrence River for a stop at Cornwall.
“I’m really looking forward to this weekend,” said Super DIRTcar Series Director Mike Perrotte. “We will be able to give the fans in the Cornwall area two nights of Super DIRTcar Series racing at two tracks just a few miles apart. I think we will see an increased car counts as well because the two-race trip helps to offset travel expenses.”