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Smith Wins Antigonish Mall 100

 

James River, NS (August 19, 2007) - Wayne Smith of Timberlea won the ANTIGONISH MALL 100 for the CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour at Riverside Speedway, near Antigonish, NS on Sunday afternoon. Smith took the lead on lap 19 and never looked back to take his fourth win of the season. Kent Vincent of Crapaud PEI finished second, ahead of Fredericton's Shawn Tucker. Shawn Turple of Enfield and Chris Hughes of Brackley PEI rounded out the top five.

Smith won the Most Laps Led Award. Over 3500 fans saw 5 cautions, including one for a 20-minute rain delay, slow the event which took one hour and 26 minutes to complete.

Antigonish's Donald Chisholm, Tucker and Dale Holmes of West Covehead PEI won heat races. Vincent won the Dash for the Pole, featuring the top nine finishers in the Atlantic Tiltload Time Trials. Vincent also had the fastest time on the 1/3 mile oval, at an average speed of nearly 94 miles per hour. Lonnie Sommerville of St. John NB took the Pole Challenge and came back to finish eighth.

Twenty nine of the Maritimes top drivers attempted to qualify for the Main Feature. The Urquart MacDonald Associates "B" Feature determined the final qualifying positions for the main event. Mike Stevens of Salisbury, NB won the race over Dana Duncan of Saint John, NB. and Darren Vanderaa of Winsloe PEI.

The CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour returns to action for it's second last stop of the season next Saturday, August 25th at the newly paved Raceway Park, locater in Oyster Bed Bridge, PE.

With nearly 4000 locations in North America, CARQUEST Auto Parts supplies the professional automotive service repair industry as well as do-it-yourselfers with replacement parts, tools and equipment.

The CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour is operated by the Maritime Pro Stock Tour Limited and features a ten race series at five different venues throughout the Maritime Provinces. Top drivers from all three provinces compete, including previous champions Rollie MacDonald, Shawn Tucker, John Flemming and Wayne Smith. For more information, visit maritimeprostocktour.com or call our administration office Monday to Friday at (902) 481-2531.

RESULTS FOR THE CARQUEST PRO STOCK TOUR
ANTIGONISH MALL 100 - AUGUST 19, 2007
RIVERSIDE SPEEDWAY, JAMES RIVER, NS

Pos

No.

Name

Make

Hometown

Prov.

Laps

1

44

Wayne Smith

Monte Carlo

Halifax

NS

100

2

8

Kent Vincent

Charger

Crapaud

PE

100

3

52

Shawn Tucker

Monte Carlo

Fredericton

NB

100

4

0

Shawn Turple

Monte Carlo

Enfield

NS

100

5

32

Chris Hughes

Fusion

Winsloe

PE

100

6 23f Craig Slaunwhite Monte Carlo Whites Lake NS 100

7

81

Bob White

Grand Prix

Kennetcook

NS

100

8

23

Lonnie Sommerville

Monte Carlo

Saint John

NB

100

9

88

George Koszkulics

Monte Carlo

New Glasgow

NS

100

10

35

Brad Mann

Monte Carlo

Campbellton

NB

100

11

26

Mike Stevens

Monte Carlo

Moncton

NB

100

12

13

Rollie MacDonald

Monte Carlo

Pictou

NS

100

13 97 John Flemming Charger Halifax NS 100

14

72

Stacey Clements

Monte Carlo

Halifax

NS

100

15

19

Tim Rodgers

Monte Carlo

Moncton

NB

100

16

81m

Darren MacKinnon

Monte Carlo

Charlottetown

PE

99

17

37

Kris Fournier

Charger

Charlottetown

PE

99

18

1

Dean MacInnis

Monte Carlo

Whycocomagh

NS

99

19

19v

Darren Vanderaa

Monte Carlo

Winsloe

PE

98

20 34 Graham Spinney Monte Carlo Barrington Pass. NS 97
21 65 Dana Duncan Monte Carlo Saint John NB 97

22

76

Roger Crane

Monte Carlo

Montague

PE

95

23

39

Sandy Livingstone

Monte Carlo

Springhill

NS

95

24

29

Greg Proude

Charger

Charlottetown

PE

89

25

66

Daryl Mahar

Monte Carlo

Halifax

NS

76

26 O1 Robbie MacLean

Monte Carlo

Charlottetown PE 67

27

21

Shawn Pierce

Monte Carlo

Blockhouse

NS

43

28

89

Donald Chisholm

Monte Carlo

Antigonish

NS

37

29

4

Dale Holmes

Monte Carlo

Charlottetown

PE

17

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