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MacEwen Captures Biggest Win of Career in Maritime Late Model 100 at Oyster Bed

“This is the biggest win of my career, by far.”

Current Central Engine Services Late Model point leader Robbie MacEwen edged out a hard charging Matt Palmer by inches to take home the biggest win of his career in the Maritime Late Model 100. Palmer led a lot of laps in the second half but couldn’t handle the #40 on the last of two late race restarts, the last one coming with six laps remaining.

Dylan Gosbee, driving for Jason MacCallum, came from a lap down to finish third on the night.

Byron Bartlett was the top Sportsman car and takes back $500 to the Saint John area. He and Andrew Hicken were the only two Sportsman cars to show, with Hicken wrecking at Lap 52 while running second one lap after a restart.

MacEwen and Kris Fournier each won heat races on the evening for the 100. MacEwen declined the Central Engine Services Pole Challenge, which, if accepted, would have given the eventual race winner $200 to start 15th on the field.

Jason Baglole (Mini Stock, by inches over Charles Woolaver), Tyler Maclean (Mini Outlaw) and Alex Sheehan (Street Stocks) took home support class wins at Oyster Bed Speedway tonight.

The next event at Oyster Bed Speedway is the Parts for Trucks 100 for the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour. The Mini Outlaw, Mini Stock and Street Stock all will play support for the Pro Stock Tour.

Full results, when available by the track early in the week, will be posted here.

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