Cassius Clark does good things at Scotia Speedworld.
Driving for Rollie MacDonald’s King Racing team, which is based out of Pictou, Clark picked up his fifth Toromont Cat 250 on Aug. 10 at the 3/10-mile oval near Halifax, and remains the most decorated driver in the race’s 20-year history.
In addition to winning $15,400, Clark took home the coveted Scott Fraser Memorial Cup. He also took the checkered flag at the prestigious IWK 250 last month at Riverside International Speedway in James River, outside Antigonish.
Truro’s Dylan Blenkhorn kept Clark within range all night but didn’t have enough to catch Clark. Cole Butcher rounded out the podium with a third-place finish.
Four Atlantic Tiltload Heat races determined the starting positions for the nrace; Clark, Blenkhorn, Marty Prevost and Craig Slaunwhite all won their respective heat races.
Clark paced the field for 196 laps, earning him the Most Laps Led Award.
The Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour returns to Petty International Raceway on Aug. 24 for the Cummins 200, which will highlight the 55th running of the River Glade International weekend in New Brunswick.
Tickets will be available at the gates on race day.