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BUTCHER WINS DARTMOUTH DODGE 200;

TURPLE EDGES OUT THIRD CHAMPIONSHIP

Cole Butcher (Porter’s Lake, NS) drove his No. 53 Atlantic Tiltload Chevrolet to victory lane in the season finale Dartmouth Dodge 200 for the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. Butcher took home his second victory of the year in style as he paced the field for all but five of the 200 laps, in turn earning him the Linde Most Laps Led Award.

Butcher entered 41 points behind Shawn Turple (Enfield, NS) in the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour championship chase, but a Lap 29 incident saw Turple forced to the pit area to make repairs. Turple emerged 15 laps down but stayed on track to complete the rest of the laps, picking up enough positions to exit the Dartmouth Dodge 200 with a 16th place finish, a single point lead and his third career Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour Championship.

Cole Butcher (Porter’s Lake, NS) drove his No. 53 Atlantic Tiltload Chevrolet to victory lane in the season finale Dartmouth Dodge 200 for the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. Butcher took home his second victory of the year in style as he paced the field for all but five of the 200 laps, in turn earning him the Linde Most Laps Led Award.

Butcher entered 41 points behind Shawn Turple (Enfield, NS) in the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour championship chase, but a Lap 29 incident saw Turple forced to the pit area to make repairs. Turple emerged 15 laps down but stayed on track to complete the rest of the laps, picking up enough positions to exit the Dartmouth Dodge 200 with a 16th place finish, a single point lead and his third career Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour Championship.

 

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