Cassius Clark of Farmington, Maine picked up his fourth Toromont Cat 250 victory over the weekend at Scotia Speedworld, becoming the most decorated driver in the race’s 19 year history. In addition to winning over $14,000, Clark also takes home the coveted Scott Fraser Memorial Cup. Dylan Blenkhorn of Truro finished second . Shawn Turple of Enfield rounded out the podium with a solid third place finish.
Cole Butcher of Porter’s Lake, NS took his first checkered flag of the season Sunday night and his second consecutive Atlantic Cat 250 victory. Butcher takes home $15,150 for the win and another plaque on the coveted Scott Fraser Memorial Cup. Butcher took the lead early but was put to the rear on Lap 55 for an on track incident but battled back through the entire field to reclaim the lead on Lap 101. Shawn Turple of Enfield battled hard with Cassius Clark of Farmington, Maine to finish runner-up in the 18th edition of the Atlantic Cat 250. Dylan Blenkhorn of Truro, NS finished fourth with Greg Proude of Springvale, PEI following up his win at Oyster Bed Speedway with a fifth place finish at Scotia Speedworld.
Greg Proude (Springvale, PE) returned to Victory Lane for the first time since 2010 after taking the lead on lap 20 of the Cummins 100 at Speedway 660 in Fredericton on Sunday afternoon. Proude took the lead from pole sitter and defending series champion Donald Chisholm (Antigonish, NS) and held off Cassius Clark (Farmington, ME) over the last 20 laps for his first win at Speedway 660. Clark finished second ahead of Craig Slaunwhite (Terence Bay, NS), who started last in the 20-car field and charged to the front of the running order. Shawn Turple (Enfield, NS) and Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) completed the top five