Hicken fin­ishes third in race

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS -

MONC­TON – Jonathan Hicken of Bru­denell fin­ished third in the Irv­ing Oil Blend­ing and Pack­ag­ing 150 at Petty In­ter­na­tional Race­way on Satur­day night.

Dy­lan Blenkhorn of Truro, N.S., won his third race of the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour sea­son. Cole Butcher of Porter’s Lake, N.S., was sec­ond while Shawn Tur­ple of En­field, N.S., and Jar­rett Butcher, also of Porter’s Lake, N.S., rounded out the top-five fin­ish­ers.

Dar­ren MacKin­non of Char­lot­te­town fin­ished seventh in the 20-car field; Greg Proude of Spring­vale was eighth; Kent Vin­cent of Cra­paud had a 10th-place show­ing; Terry Dougay of Al­bany was 12th; Chris Hughes of Brack­ley Beach fin­ished 13th, and Dy­lan Gos­bee of Corn­wall rounded out the P.E.I. drives in 17th place.

Three At­lantic Tilt­load heat races de­ter­mined the start­ing order. Blenkhorn, Gos­bee and Cole Butcher se­cured the top spot in their re­spec­tive qual­i­fiers. Jar­rett Butcher took home awards for both the Ex­ide Bat­ter­ies rookie of the race and King Freight fu­ture win­ners.

Cole Butcher led for 79 laps en route to claim­ing the Linde most laps led award.

Next stop

Af­ter tak­ing this week­end off, the tour will make its one and only stop on Prince Ed­ward Is­land on Satur­day, Aug. 5. The Lu­cas Oil 150 is sched­uled for Oys­ter Bed Bridge Speed­way.

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