Wayne Smith Wins Again in Carquest Tour Action
Saturday's Victory Comes At Scotia Speedworld
Maritime Pro Stock Tour PR Report
Wayne Smith of Timberlea, NS in his JETCO Contracting Chevrolet Monte Carlo won the Lucas Oil 100 at Scotia Speedworld, located near Halifax, NS on Saturday evening. Shawn Turple of Enfield, NS finished second, ahead of Lonnie Sommerville from Saint John, NB. Greg Proude of Springvale, PE and John Flemming of Halifax, NS rounded out the top five.

Wayne Smith won the Coast Tire Most Laps Led Award after leading 48 laps of the race which saw three cautions and took just 41 minutes to complete.

Kent Vincent from Crapaud, PE, Mike MacKenzie of Dartmouth, NS and Jonathan Hicken from Montague, PE each won a LiteCo heat race. No B Feature was run as all twenty seven cars that attempted to qualify ran in the Main Feature.

Mike Stevens won the Dartmouth Dodge Dash for Cash, featuring the top ten finishers in the Atlantic Tiltload Time Trials. Craig Slaunwhite had the fastest time on the 1/3 mile d-oval, with a time of 14.454 seconds (74.720 mph)

The fans were also treated to an exciting Legends race which saw Scott MacLean victorious! He led 23 of the 50 laps they contested. MacLean was followed across the line by Justin MacNeill and Neil Stewart.

The CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour returns to action next week, when it makes its final stop at the high banks of Riverside International Speedway in Antigonish, Nova Scotia for the Parts For Trucks 100 on August 22nd. Atlantic Tiltload Time Trials start at 5:10pm with racing to follow at 6pm.

Wayne Smith's #44.  (Carquest Tour Photo)