An International Super Late Model Tour with events in New England & Canada
Mike Rowe, Cassius Clark, & Scott
Saturday, October 9th
1) 8 -
2) 24 - Mike Rowe
3) 84 - Scott Mulkern
4) 27 - Alexandre Gingras
5) 54 - Johny Clark
6) 33 - Richie Dearborn
7) 17 - Travis Benjamin
8) 34 - Larry Gelinas
9) 3 - Sylvain Lacombe
10) 15 - Scott Alexander
11) 58 - Alan Wilson
12) 56 - Marc Beaudoin
13) 48 - Andre Beaudoin
14) 44 - Rick Brown
15) 24x - Ben Rowe
16) 13 - Gean Ouellet
17) 53 - Bill Rodgers
18) 47 - Corey Williams
great 200 lap race! Only two spins and one caution.
Second segment - after a pit stop break for fuel and two tires - ran non-stop 100
green hot laps. Top four ran nose to tail for the entire second segment. Any bobble would
have been pounced on by the driver immediately behind. Order could have changed on the
last lap. Congratulations to Cassius Clark - the 11th winner in PASS competition in 2004.
Great runs by Mike Rowe, Scott Mulkern and Alexandre Gingras.
The Pace Bus
Cashes in at Montmagny
Cassius Clark put it all together in a
big way to win Saturdays a Pro All Stars Series sanctioned All Star Challenge 200 at
Quebecs Autodrome Montmagny. The Farmington Maine speedster won the dash and led all
200 laps in the Autobus la Quebecoise sponsored event, keeping his E.J.
Prescott/DNK/Chapman Trucking Ford in front of Mike Rowe and Scott Mulkern at the stripe.
The top three raced nose-to-tail for much of the event but Clark never faltered to earn
the $5,000.00 payday. The victory was Clarks first PASS feature win. He becomes the
eleventh different 2004 PASS race winner and joins Ted Christopher, Richie Dearborn and
Scott Mulkern on the list of first time victors this season.
Alexandre Gingras raced home fourth and was the top Canadian in the finishing order. 2004
Pro All Stars Series Champion Johnny Clark rounded out the top five. Completing the top
ten were Richie Dearborn in sixth, Travis Benjamin seventh, Larry Gelinas (piloting
Clinton Teagues 34) eighth, Quebecs Sylvain Lacombe ninth and Nova Scotian
Mike Alexander tenth.
Gingras was fastest in time trials with a lap of 16.637 seconds, followed by Johnny Clark
(16.677), Cassius Clark (16.702) Mike Rowe (16.791), Larry Gelinas (16.883) Ben
Rowe,behind the wheel of the Pullen 24x (16.894), Richie Dearborn (16.935) Mulkern
(16.965) and Corey Williams (17.029).
Only one caution flag slowed the 200 lap event that included a half-way break for tires
and service. Among those falling by wayside early were Bill Rodgers (crash damage), Ben
Rowe (rear end) and Corey Williams (engine).