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(Halifax, NS – October 2, 2021) Cole Butcher (Hantsport, NS) picked up his fourth win of the season today at the Cummins 150.  Butcher was vying for his third championship but came up just short. Nicholas Naugle (Dartmouth, NS) finished second and has had a breakout season. Craig Slaunwhite (Terence Bay, NS) fought his way through the field to finish third which was enough to clinch his first East Coast International Pro Stock Tour Championship. Russell Smith Jr (Lakeside, NS) and Kent Vincent (Crapaud, PE) both had fantastic showings and finished fourth and fifth respectively.

With today’s third-place finish Slaunwhite completes the season with a 32 point victory over Cole Butcher. Slaunwhite’s average finish in the shortened nine race season was second and he only missed the podium once this year. Slaunwhite, who won Rookie of the Year in 2008, has been racing the last 13 years in hopes of finally taking home the illustrious title of East Coast International Pro Stock Tour Champion.

Greg Proude (Springvale, PE), Russell Smith Jr (Lakeside, NS) and Nicholas Naugle (Dartmouth, NS) won their Atlantic Tiltload heat races which set the field for the Cummins 150. Austin MacDonald (Pictou, NS) took home the Kenny U Pull Hard Charger award. The race was slowed by four cautions and took 52 minutes to complete.

Two CARSTAR Weekly Racing Series divisions warmed up the crowd prior to the Cummins 150. The Strictly Hydraulics Legends were up first. Dylan Dowe (Bedford, NS) took the checkers, his first major Legends victory of his young career.  Dowe was followed by Devin Wadden (Hammonds Plains, NS) and Nathan Langille (Coldbrook, NS). The Fleet Brake Atlantic Sportsman were next on the track for a 50-lap feature. Brandon Carter (Moncton, NB) finished first. Pete Miller (Kennetcook, NS) was second by inches over Darren Wallage (Oakfield, NS) in third.

That wraps up the unique 2021 East Coast International Pro Stock Tour Season. Congratulations to all the drivers and teams who competed this season. A huge thanks to all of our fans and sponsors who stuck it out during these pandemic times. The tour will return in 2022 for another season of the best racing in the Maritimes!

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Unofficial Race Results

Cummins 150
Scotia Speedworld

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Heat Finish



1 53 Cole Butcher 150 H2:2 Atlantic Tiltload Hantsport, NS
2 08 Nicholas Naugle 150 H3:1 Brycon Construction Dartmouth, NS
3 99 Craig Slaunwhite 150 H2:5 Archibald Drilling / Presidential Ventilation Terence Bay, NS
4 88 Russell Smith Jr 150 H2:1 Nova Construction Lakeside, NS
5 8 Kent Vincent 150 H2:4 TireTireCanada.Ca Crapaud,PE
6 29 Greg Proude 150 H1:1 Atlantic Dodge Dealers Springvale, PE
7 11 Marty Prevost 150 H1:4 BTP Construction Fall River, NS
8 48 Waylon Farrell 150 H3:3 Farrell’s Excavating Conception Bay South, NF
9 13 Austin MacDonald 150 H2:6 King Racing Competition Parts & Fabrication Pictou, NS
10 7 Jordan Veinotte 150 H3:4 Veinotte’s Trucking Porter’s Lake, NS
11 0 Matt Vaughan 150 H1:3 East Coast International Halifax, NS
12 14 Terry Dougay 149 H1:6 Right on Board Locksmith Albany, PE
13 89 Donald Chisholm 149 H1:2 Keltic Ford Antigonish, NS
14 67 Wade Slauenwhite 149 H1:7 Blenkhorn’s Auto Recyclers Truro, NS
15 51 Tyler Smith 148 H1:5 M&K Construction Brackley Beach, PE
16 36 Gary Elliott 146 H3:6 Quaker State Murray Siding, NS
17 54 Jarrett Butcher 143 H2:3 Superior Foundations Porter’s Lake, NS
18 83 Cory Hall 131 H3:2 Robby’s Towing Jolicure, NB
19 97 John Flemming DNS H3:5 Happy Harry’s Halifax, NS


Failed to Qualify: 0
Margin of Victory: 0.1.195 seconds
Number of Cautions:
Atlantic Tiltload Heat Win: #29 Greg Proude, #88 Russell Smith Jr, #08 Nicholas Naugle
Rookie Of The Race: #13 Austin MacDonald
Most Laps Led: #53 Cole Butcher
Kenny UPull Elmsdale Hard Charger Winner: #13 Austin MacDonald

About the East Coast International Pro Stock Tour:
The East Coast International Pro Stock Tour (PST) is considered the highest level of stock car racing in Canada. The Tour is recognized in the industry as one of the healthiest stock car racing series in North America. PST visits four tracks throughout the Maritimes during its May through September season. The East Coast International Pro Stock Tour is owned and operated by Maritime Pro Stock Tour Limited. For more information, call our administration office at 902.481.2531 or click You can also follow us on Twitter at and like us on Facebook at

About East Coast International:
East Coast International Trucks is an authorized International® dealership with locations in Moncton, Dartmouth, Millbrook, and Charlottetown. They carry a large selection of new and used trucks and trailers and offer one of the largest inventories of truck parts in Atlantic Canada. All of their locations are Cummins certified and service all-make trucks and trailers. Their Idealease division provides truck leasing and rental solutions, and all of their locations offer in-house financing and insurance. For more information on East Coast International, visit

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