The Charlottetown Gaudets Auto Body Islanders swept the Saint John Alpines on Saturday for their fifth and six straight victories.
Crapaud’s Kent Vincent won the IWK 250 in front of a capacity crowd Saturday at Riverside International Speedway.
Vincent took the lead on Lap 230 from rookie D.J. Casey, who had his best career finish of second in the biggest show of the Maritime Pro Stock Tour season.
Sherwood’s Robbie MacEwen also took home his best career finish of third while Jeff Fultz and George Koszkulics completed the top-five.
Fultz and Koszkulics won Dartmouth Dodge Heat races while Casey captured the Exide Batteries rookie of the race.
Donald Chisholm took home Atlantic Tiltload time trials.
Springvale’s Greg Proude sat on the pole for the main event after winning the King Fright dash for cash, but a mechanical issue took them out of contention on the fifth lap.
The Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour is off next weekend, but returns to action on Saturday, Aug. 1, when they travel to Oyster Bed Speedway for the Lucas Oil 100.
With the win, Vincent sits seventh in the tour standings with 1,281 points. Chisholm leads the circuit with 1,370 points followed by Dylan Blenkhorn with 1,366 and Cole Butcher with 1,362. Milton Station’s Darren MacKinnon is fourth at 1,349 while Proude is sixth with 1,283.
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