HK Powersports 150
White Mountain Motorsports Park
N. Woodstock, NH - Sat. Sept. 18th
L to R: Cassius Clark, 3rd; Winner Larry Gelinas; & Johnny
Gelinas Wins HK Powersports 150
Larry Gelinas regained the lead from Richie Dearborn on a
lap 118 restart and never gave it up to win Saturday nights Pro All Stars Series HK
Powersports 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park. The victory was Gelinas first PASS
feature win of 2004 and second of his Pro All Stars career, both coming at the high-banked
North Woodstock quarter mile. Gelinas is the 9th
different PASS feature winner of 2004.
Point leader Johnny Clark continued his string of top three finishes with a second
place run in the DNK Select/Clarks Cars and Parts Chevrolet. Clark has two wins, a
second and three third place finishes in the series last six events and heads for
the season finale at Thompson International Speedway on October 2nd with the upper hand in
the title chase.
Cassius Clark lead early in the HK Powersports 150 and nipped Richie Dearborn at
the line for third, his first PASS podium finish. Lee USA winner Dearborn added to his
skein of top five runs with a fourth place result after racing up from the eleventh
starting position to lead at the 2/3 mark. Scott Chubbuck came from sixteenth on the grid
to complete the top five. Defending series champion Ben Rowe recovered from a spin with
thirty laps to go to record a sixth place finish. Gary Drew, Scott Mulkern, Jeff Taylor
and David Avery completed the top ten.
Johnny Clark was fastest of the fast in Sunoco Race Fuel time trials, his lap of 12.464
seconds beating out Cassius Clark (12.502) for top honors. Gelinas (12.536) Ben Rowe
(12.549) Mike Rowe (12.650) Patrick Laperle (12.662) Corey Williams (12.664) Gege Gravel
(12.679) David Avery (12.680) and Donnie Whitten (12.690) completed the fast ten to set
the field for the Dash. Forty one of the forty two racers on hand answered the call for
time trials. The gap between fast timer Clark and tenth place Whitten was just .226 of a
Cassius Clark came home a winner in the Pole Dash, while heat wins went to Dearborn,
Mulkern and Travis Kheil. Mike Maietta Sr. and Wayne Helliwell Jr.won the consolation
rounds. A B feature was added to the card, resulting in a dead heat between
Jeff Taylor and JR Baril.