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Danny Harvey extended the Harvey Racing win streak on the Maritime League of Legends Tour to three with his win Saturday evening at Scotia Speedworld.

The 50-lap feature, which was a part of the 14th Annual Atlantic CAT 250 weekend, was Harvey’s first win on the Maritime League of Legends Tour in 2013 and third for the team with his uncle Cy Harvey scoring victories at Petty Raceway and Riverside Speedway in the previous two rounds. In fact, Danny and his #4 NGH Industrial Services Legend had to hold off Cy for the win on Saturday to halt Cy’s third consecutive victory lane celebration on the Tour.

Cy’s frantic challenge for the lead was not enough to take the win at his home track and had to settle for second over Hantsport’s Jeff Cruickshank, who recorded his first podium finish with the Tour in the 2013 campaign. The two point leaders entering the event kept each other honest during most of the event and while a handful of passes for position took place between the two, it was point leader Justin MacNeill (Bedford) getting the best of Emily Meehan (Rawdon) for the fourth spot.

Heat races to qualify for the 50-lap feature were won by Cruickshank and Milford Station’s Tony Gaudet Jr. Cruickshank also had the fastest lap in the main event, turning in a 16.040 second lap.

When it came to rookies in the 12 car field, it was Harry Breimer Jr. of Stewiacke taking top honors in ninth over Matthew Scott of East Dover who finished in tenth. Breimer Jr. is the leading rookie on the Maritime League of Legends Tour.


Pos. No. Name Hometown Laps
1 4 Danny Harvey Lantz, NS 50
2 37 Cy Harvey Elmsdale, NS 50
3 7 Jeff Cruickshank Hantsport, NS 50
4 10 Justin MacNeill Bedford, NS 50
5 75 Emily Meehan Rawdon, NS 50
6 38 Darren Sherwood Berry Mills, NB 50
7 00 Mark Williams Windsor Jct., NS 50
8 57 Paul Goulden Shelburne, NS 50
9 23 Harry Breimer Jr Stewiacke, NS 50
10 9 Matthew Scott East Dover, NS 47
11 36 Tony Gaudet Jr Milford Stn., NS 44
12 27 Joey Lawson Porter’s Lake, NS 8


The next event for the Maritime League of Legends Tour is the Atlantic Tiltload 50 on Saturday, August 24th at Petty International Raceway. The race, which takes place during the 49th Annual River Glade International weekend, is the second of two Atlantic Tiltload sponsored races and will see the Atlantic Tiltload Challenge decided at the completion of the 50-lap affair. The Maritime League of Legends Tour will also be joined on the car by the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour, Atlantic Open Wheel Modifieds and Mister Transmission Mini Stocks. Ticket and event information can be found as available at

About The Maritime League of Legends:
The Maritime League of Legends Association was formed in 2005 by a group of racer’s wanting to grow the Legends Cars division in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. In 2013, the Maritime League of Legends Tour will visit four venues throughout Nova Scotia and New Brunswick between May and October during its six race season. For more information on the Maritime League of Legends, please visit

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