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INEX Winter Nationals – Day One – Hall Wins Semi Pro Feature

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It took four years but Cory Hall is finally a winner at INEX Winter Nationals.

The Jolicure, New Brunswick driver has been coming to the event since 2013 and while he has come close to victory, he had yet to pull it off until Monday. Hall won the Semi Pro Legends feature by passing and holding off a hard charging Vince Midas. Nicholas Naugle of Dartmouth had led the feature but contact with Hudson Halder sent him to the rear in the early laps. He would rebound to fourth place. Waylon Farrell went for a spin in Turn Four but would rally to 13th, one spot ahead of his brother Will Farrell.

Paul Goulden made his INEX Winter Nationals debut in the Masters division with a 9th place finish. Ira Laughy battled within the top four for the duration of the 30-lap feature and would wind up in second at the end.

Dylan Dowe crossed the stripe first in the Beginner Bandit Bandolero feature but would fail post race technical inspection. His sister Brooke was credited with fourth place in the race.

Nathan Langille finished second to Leland Honeyman in the Bandits feature on Monday. Owen Mahar crossed the line in fourth but did not pass post race technical inspection. The team explains that an air filter bracket was the cause for the disqualification on their Facebook page.

Josh Langille used the choose restart rule to his advantage in the Outlaw feature to battle for the lead but would slide back to sixth at the end of the race, which was won by Tommy Good. Sam Rogers, Michael Cormier and Danny Chisholm finished third through fifth on Day One with Michael Neary bringing his car home in eleventh place.

You can follow along all week with our INEX Winter Nationals results chart, which can be found below. Complete results can be found at

Gates open for each race day at 7am Eastern time, with a driver’s meeting at 9am. Group practice/qualifying is slated for 9:45am with the races set to begin at 12pm/1pm Atlantic. If you are in the area, the front grandstand gates will be open for fans with admission set at $5 per day.

Every race will be streamed live through’s pay per view coverage. This can be purchased through their website and if you cannot watch it live, you can go back and view the race on demand for at least 14 days following the event. TCM’s Tim Terry will be on the call for the week’s racing action.

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NameHometownPoints Position MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Champion:Tim Brockhouse
Paul GouldenShelburne, NS10th9th20th16th8th9th
Ira LaughyCalgary, AB2nd2nd3rd3rd2nd2nd
Semi Pro
Waylon FarrellConception Bay South, NL5th13th6th6th5th8th
Will FarrellConception Bay South, NL13th14th15th15th12th11th
Nicholas NaugleDartmouth, NS2nd (Lost Tiebreaker)4th2nd2ndWIN2nd
Champion:Cameron Bolin
Danny ChisholmCanning, NS4th5th4th3rd6th6th
Michael CormierGrand-Barachois, NB5th4th6th11th4th5th
Josh LangilleColdbrook, NS7th6th3rd10th13th4th
Michael NearyPortugal Cove, NL10th11th14th8th8th9th
Sam RogersLower Onslow, NS3rd3rd5th2nd2nd2nd
Beginner Bandits
Champion:Alek Andrecs
Brooke DoweBedford, NS4thDQ - Tech2nd5th5th5th
Dylan DoweBedford, NS6th4th5th3rd2nd3rd
Champion:Leland Honeyman
Nathan LangilleColdbrook, NS2nd2nd2nd2nd2nd3rd
Owen MaharHubley, NS11thDQ - Tech4th4th4thWIN
Young Lions
Champion:Austin Teras
Josh LangilleColdbrook, NS21st--------14th
Champion:Jordan Black


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