Carquest Pro Stock Tour Points Battle to Come Down
to Saturday's Season Finale at Scotia Speedworld
Six Drivers Still Have Mathematical Chance at Title
Series PR Report

The CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour Championship battle comes to a head this Saturday at the Season Finale Parts for Trucks 200.  After 10 races, 57 drivers, four tracks in three provinces it all comes down to the final event of the season. On Saturday afternoon at Scotia Speedworld someone will be crowned the 2010 CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour Champion, a prestigious title that every stock car driver wants on his racing resume.  To add some additional drama to the day, NASCAR legend Ken Schrader will go head to head with the Pro Stocks at the 3/10 mile oval, Schrader will be driving the #10 Parts for Trucks sponsored Chevrolet.  Grandstands open at 1:00pm; Atlantic Tiltload Time Trials will begin at 3:10pm with racing action slated to start at 4:00pm.

Mathematically six drivers are in contention for the Championship; however four drivers have emerged as the real contenders.  Fredericton NB’s Shawn Tucker is the current points leader and holds a slim 16 point margin over his closest competitor and reigning Champion Shawn Turple of Enfield NS.  Timberlea NS’s Wayne Smith is 29 points behind Tucker and Donald Chisholm of Antigonish NS is just 3 markers behind Smith. Chisholm may be the dark horse of the four contenders as the three drivers ahead of him are all former or reigning CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour Champions.  These drivers will be battling a talented field of 26 drivers in an attempt to lead as many laps as possible and gain maximum points in order to clinch the elusive and illustrious title…and of course the $10,000.00 Champions cheque.

Also on the line at the Season Finale is bonus money for the top point-getters in the four Parts for Trucks sponsored races.  Shawn Turple currently leads the way in the Parts for Trucks challenge with 599 points, followed closely by Donald Chisholm with 586 points and Shawn Tucker six markers back at 580. Jonathan Hicken (Brudenell PE) and Craig Slaunwhite (Terence Bay NS) round out the top five with 566 and 563 points respectively.

Saturday's event will also feature a 50 lap Maritime League of Legends race and an on-track autograph session where fans can meet the stars of the CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour and NASCAR driver Ken Schrader.

Admission for the Parts for Trucks 200 is $30.00 for adults; $5.00 for youth aged 8-15; children 7 and under are admitted free. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Pit admission is $35.00 and restricted to those 16 and older.  Tickets are available at the gate on race day or in advance at Ticket Atlantic outlets (Atlantic Superstores), by phone 902.451.1221 or  Visit  for more information.

CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour Champions by Year:

Shawn Turple - 2009
Wayne Smith - 2008
Shawn Tucker - 2007
John Flemming - 2006
Rollie McDonald - 2005
Shawn Tucker - 2004
John Flemming - 2003
John Flemming - 2002
Wayne Smith -2001

Expected Entry List – Parts for Trucks 200

# 0 - Shawn Turple - Enfield, NS
#01 – Robbie MacLean –Winslow, PE
# 1 - Dave Heino - Barrington, NS
# 5 - Jonathan Hicken - Brudenell, PE
# 6 - Lowell Affleck - Summerside, PE
# 8 - Kent Vincent - Westmoreland, PE
# 9 - Brad Brown – Halifax, NS
#10 – Ken Schrader – Concord, NC
# 11 – Marty Prevost – Fall River, NS
# 18 - Darren Mackinnon - Milton, PE
# 21 - Shawn Pierce - Bridgewater, NS
# 26 - Mike Stevens - Riverview, NB
# 29 - Greg Proude - Springvale, PE
# 32 - Chris Hughes - Brackley Beach, PE
#34 – Graham Spinney – Lower Argyle, NS
#35 – Brad Mann – Glen Levit, NB
# 44 - Wayne Smith - Timberlea, NS
# 45 - Leonard Boutilier – Dutch Settlement, NS
# 52 - Shawn Tucker - Fredericton, NB
# 66 - Daryl Mahar - Hubley, NS
# 71 – Dan MacKay – Halifax, NS
#75 – Mike Mackenzie – Halifax, NS
# 80 – Roger Miller – Kennetcook, NS
# 88 – Kevin Moore – Fredericton, NB
# 89 – Donald Chisholm – Antigonish, NS
# 92 - Pete Miller - Kennetcook, NS
# 97 - John Flemming - Halifax, NS
# 98 - Jerome Kehoe – Sydney, NS
# 99 - Craig Slaunwhite - Terence Bay, NS

Entry list subject to change without notice

Shawn Tucker (Top) and Shawn Turple (Bottom - Ken MacIsaac Photo) are two of the front runners for the Carquest Tour title.