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ACT Quebec Series - Late Model stock car driver Martin Lacombe of Terrebonne, QC won the Toromont CAT 100 at Ottawa’s Capital
City Speedway for the Serie ACT Castrol on Saturday night.  The race, delayed for two hours by an unexpected rain shower, was  marred by 22 caution periods and lasted two hours and seventeen minutes.

Lacombe, who started fifth on the 28-car grid, recovered from a scrape with leader Jean-Francois Dery of Quebec City during a lap 82 restart, then stretched out to a margin of victory of five car lengths over Milton, VT driver Brent Dragon. 

Dragon’s runner-up finish came in his first-ever Serie ACT Castrol start; he led 77 laps before Dery took over.  Alexandre Gingras of Val-Belair, QC finished third over teenager Brandon Watson of Stayner, ON.  Veteran Claude Leclerc of Lanoraie, QC finished  fifth.

ARCA RE/MAX Series - Scott Speed, in Eddie Sharp's Red Bull Toyota, capitalized on an on-track argument between Sean Caisse and Justin Allgaier, and then drove away from Jeremy Clements during a last-lap shoot-out to win the action-packed Toyota 150 Saturday afternoon at Nashville Superspeedwa (TN)y.  1) Speed  2) Jeremy Clements  3) Brian Scott  4) Matt Hawkins  5) Justin Lofton 

ASA Late Model Challenge Series - Brian Campbell won Saturday night's ASA Late Model Challenge Series event at Bristol Motor Speedway (TN).

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ASA RC Cola/Moon Pie Southeast Asphalt Tour - From the pole position, Jay Middleton led every lap to win the Anderson 100 RC Cola / MoonPie ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour event at Anderson Motor Speedway.  Middleton held off early pressure from Joey Senter, then late pressure from Casey Roderick over the final few laps to take the victory, increasing his points lead in the series.  Roderick finished second with Senter crossing the line third.  Randy Porter and Ralph Carnes rounded out the top five.

CRA Super Series - Scott Hantz patiently worked his way through the field from sixth starting position to take the lead at lap 138 of the Anderson 300 presented by Great Deals Magazine.  This proved to be the wining move of the race as the field pitted for a mandatory stop on lap 150 and never restarted as rain moved in and ended racing the night of racing at Anderson Speedway. Josh Bauer finished second, new track record holder Jeff Lane finished third, early race leader Brian Rievley finished fourth and Jason Dietsch continued a breakout season and finished fifth.

Goodyear Challenge Late Model Series - Daniel Keene Jr. won Saturday night's race at DeSoto Speedway (FL).  1) Keene  2)
Joe Winchell  3) Greg Kaouk  4) Jeremy Colangelo  5) Alan Bruns

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour - Jimmy Blewett was declared the winner of Friday's NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Stafford Motor Speedway after a wild final lap.

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Super Late Models - Steve Holzhausen took advantage of an opportunity to win the Ho Chunk Military Salute Night 50 at Dells Raceway Park.  Holzhausen would take the win by 0.715 seconds over Dan LensingJeff Kendall got by Kenny Reiser in the last few laps to take third.  Don Turner would hold on to fifth.

PASS North - Maine's Travis Benjamin broke into the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) winner's circle Saturday night at Scotia Speedworld (NS) with a victory in one of the series biggest events: the Atlantic CAT 250. It was the eighth year in a row the CAT crown has gone to the U.S. Former Atlantic CAT 250 winners Ben Rowe and John Flemming finished second and third, respectively. Mike Rowe, another former CAT 250 winner, and young Adam Bates, rounded out the top five.

Benjamin started the race from the pole and led on four occasions, including the final 45 laps after getting together with leader Johnny Clark, who spun and restarted at the rear of the field to finish seventh. Twenty-two cars took the green flag.

Pro Challenge - Clint King scored his fourth-straight Pro Challenge Series victory on Saturday night at Anderson Motor Speedway (SC) in dominant fashion. King earned the pole and checked out from outside-polesitter Meghan Dillner and Devon Haun from the get-go. Perhaps the surprise of the night came from rookie Stephen Bergh, Jr., who rallied to second late in the event. 1) King 2) Bergh 3) Haun

True Value Modified Racing Series - Les Hinckley passed Jon McKennedy late in the going and won Saturday night's True Value Modified Racing Series event at Wiscasset Raceway (ME).  The race was rain-delayed from June.  1) Hinckley  2) McKennedy  3) Peter Jarvis  4) Chris Pastreyak  5) Tony Ricci

USAR Hooters Pro Cup Northern Division - All Benny Gordon needed to do is beat Gary St. Amant to claim his fourth Sears Auto Center Northern Division title. Well, Gordon did that and more.  Gordon, driver of the No. 66n Samuel Metals Ford, led a season-high 222 laps en route to his victory in the Miller Lite 250 presented by Strutmasters.com at South Boston Speedway (VA).

With Gordon’s fourth win of the season, he clinched his fourth Sears Auto Center Northern Division title in the last five years.  1) Gordon  2) Jeff Agnew  3) Jason Sarvis  4) Mark McFarland  5) Gary St. Amant

World of Outlaw Sprint Cars - Donny Schatz led a podium sweep by Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series stars at the 48th Annual SuperClean Knoxville Nationals on Saturday night at Knoxville Raceway.

Schatz, the two-time defending series champion and current points leader, earned his third consecutive victory in the event after passing Jason Meyers with five laps to go and holding on for a $150,000 victory in his Armor All J&J car.

Meyers, who is second in Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws standings, led the first 25 laps in his GLR Investments KPC machine and drove to his first Knoxville runner-up finish, worth $75,000. Craig Dollansky, third in the series standings, rounded out the podium