SUN., JUNE 26th
"HABITATIONS DANY LAGACE PASS 150"
| NEW SUNDAY 6/26 SCHEDULE | 6/26 ENTRY LIST |
Top Three at Autodrome Chaudiere - Ben Rowe #4, 2nd;
Winner Johnny Clark #54, and Patrick Laperle #91, 3rd.
Photos by
Norm Marx
UnOfficial Finish - Autodrome Chaudiere - Sun. June 26th
1) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150 Laps
2) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
3) 91 - Patrick Laperle - 150
4) 77 - Scott Chubbuck - 150
5) 27qc - Alex Gingras - 150
6) 24 - Mike Rowe - 150
7) 28 - Kirk Thibeau - 150
8) 61 - Mario Gosselin - 150
9) 21 - Jean Dery - 149
10) 60 - DJ Shaw - 149
11) 12 - John Dabrowski - 149
12) 75 - Gary Smith - 148
13) 88 - Kyle Dessouza - 148
14) 2 - Matt Matheson - 145
15) 84 - Martin Latulippe - 145
16) 16 - Kevin Roberge - 103
17) 17a - Scott Alexander - 64
18) 17 - Travis Benjamin - 60
19) 48 - Lonnie Sommerville - 58
20) 73 - Joey Doiron - 46

Johnny Clark Rolls On, Claims
Third PASS North Win of 2011
at L'Autodrome Chaudiere
Mother Nature loses one to the racers in the Habitations Dany Lagace 150
Naples ME (6/27) Defending Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Champion Johnny Clark earned his third super late model win of the young PASS North season Sunday in the PASS Habitations Dany Lagace 150 at L'Autodrome Chaudiere . Ben Rowe and Patrick Laperle chased Clark to the stripe.

PASS North's first trip to Quebec since 2004 was marred by rain. A bleak forecast delayed the event until Sunday, then it was a battle between mother nature, the tenacious Chaudiere track crew and PASS officials to get and keep a raceable track surface. In the end their efforts paid off and the hardy Quebec fans were treated to the kind of racing only super late models can provide.

Travis Benjamin led early on from the front row, eventually surrendering the lead to Ben Rowe.. Benjamin lost a tire and suffered a bone jarring crash that led to a red flag at lap sixty.The wreck ended a promising evening for the Morrill Maine racer.

When the field took flag man Mike Mayberry's green Clark was next to Ben Rowe up front, moving up from eleventh on the grid. Laperle looked like Clark's serious challenger, taking over the second spot and trying to use the bottom to get by the leader. Laperle could get to Clark's numbers but couldn't take away the lead. Those challenges took their toll on the Quebec star's equipment and Clark was able to build a formidable lead. Ben Rowe took the second spot from Laperle at lap 125 and that's the way they raced to the finish.

Scott Chubbuck had an up and down day, surviving contact to race back fourth. Alex Gingras had yet another sold run in fifth despite mechanical issues and a spin.Points contender Lonnie Sommerville lost some ground, falling out on lap 58 with mechanical problems.

Clark and Ben Rowe each earned a heat race win. Eight of the twnety starters completed all 150 green flag laps.

The PASS North super late model trail moves to New Hampshire's Canaan Fair Speedway on Saturday July 2 for the Firecracker 150. They'll be joined by the PASS Mods for a spectacular night of racing that includes monster trucks and fireworks. Details can be found at www.canaanspeedways.com .

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