Long Sault – In Hydro 350, Kent Henderson often keeps the best for the end and that’s what he did in Sunday’s final winning by more than 4 seconds in the “Team Toban” H-777. The driver from Brockville, Ont., Was ahead of Bobby King (H-242), who was able to stay in front of Nicolas Rousse (H-799), who got a second podium this season.
Dylan Runne (H-12), Donny Allen (H-14), Richard Haineault (H-2) and Yannick Léger (H-21) followed one another at the finish line while Michael Tremblay (H-8) was forced to abandon. Yannick Léger, who got a good start in lane 2 could not see his way through turn one after the start as he got showered down which pushed him to the back of the pack.
In the aftermath of Ghislain Marcoux’s flip in the “Bad Influence” H-79, it was Andrew Tate’s turn to make a 360-degree flip at the helm of the “Penzoil” H-300 at the initial start of the qualification. 2A. Karl St-Vincent (H-37) also took flight on the previous lap before falling back on his sponsons. The two drivers were not injured in these incidents.
The HRL circuit continues its activities on June 22 and 23 in Saint-Félicien in Lac Saint-Jean.