Halifax, NS, -- Cassius Clark picked up his fifth Toromont Cat 250 victory tonight at Scotia Speedworld and remains the most decorated driver in the race’s 20 year history. In addition to winning $15,400, Clark also takes home the coveted Scott Fraser Memorial Cup. Dylan Blenkhorn battled Clark all night but […]

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Andrew Hicken, the crew chief and operator of King Racing, has posted a reward of $1,000 following the theft of his setup notebook Sunday afternoon at Petty International Raceway in New Brunswick, Canada.   Hicken, who was working with driver Cassius Clark during the Pro All Stars Series North event, told Speed51.com that his […]

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UPDATE:  As of 4:30 p.m. ET Speed51.com has received word that the King Racing team has cleared the border and is on their way to Hickory Motor Speedway, hoping to make the 20-hour drive in time for Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown qualifying on Saturday.    Cassius Clark's King Racing team, based out of the Canadian province of […]

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Cassius Clark is off to a hot start this year.  After having a strong car at Speedway 95 two weeks ago, the Farmington, Maine driver earned his first win of the 2016 season Saturday afternoon north of the border in Nova Scotia.  Clark grabbed the lead early in the 100-lap event and cruised to […]

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Cassius Clark has been a household name in Super Late Model racing for many years now.  The Farmingdale, Maine native has visited victory lane in the Northeast, Southeast and Canada, but none of his prior wins come close to matching the paycheck he received Sunday evening at Speedway 660 in Geary, New Brunswick.   Driving […]

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