Cory Hall Wins Battle at the Big Top V Championship, Farrell Second at SNMP
At the beginning of Battle at the Big Top V Presented by Fort Worth Indian Motorcycles, it appeared that Jolicure, New Brunswick’s Cory Hall was going to run away with the Semi Pro Championship.
While the team had to put away the broom after Friday’s feature, Hall had enough to capture the week long championship at the Texas Motor Speedway.
After winning the Semi Pro division features on the first three days of the event, Hall qualified second on Friday morning and would wind up third to eventual winner Darrell Stewart Jr of Colorado. The final day of racing would see Hall finish fourth with what the team described as a rear end issue with their car. Adam Sturgill of Ohio was the winner of the final feature of the week.
Hall would capture the week long championship in his first appearance at Texas Motor Speedway. Hall has seven full field wins on the season along with an additional win at Concord Speedway in March on the 2017 season. Chasing the International point championship takes a driver’s best 18 point finishes, his or her National Qualifier and his or her finish at Asphalt Nationals at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in October.
Elsewhere in the U.S. Legend Cars world this past weekend, Newfoundland’s Waylon and Will Farrell finished second and eighth respectively at Southern National Motorsports Park Saturday evening in their Legends division.
Nova Scotia’s Nathan Blackburn was fourth in the Outlaw feature at Concord Speedway.
Nicholas Naugle and Cole Butcher are pre-entered for this weekend’s Pro All Stars Series Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway.
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