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IWK 250 crown goes to Kenny Wallace

NASCAR legend Kenny Wallace was behind the wheel of the IWK Cat Car for Kids #18 for the IWK 250 at Riverside International Speedway. Corey LeBlanc
NASCAR legend Kenny Wallace was behind the wheel of the IWK Cat Car for Kids #18 for the IWK 250 at Riverside International Speedway. A couple days after the July 15 feature, on Tuesday night (July 17), Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour officials announced three cars, including those driven by the top-two finishers - Cassius Clark and Dave O'Blenis - were disqualified for using unapproved carburetors, which bumped Wallace from third place to the top of the podium. Corey LeBlanc

Clark, O'Blenis disqualified for using unapproved carburetors

Rollie MacDonald and his King Racing team will have to wait another year to capture an IWK 250 crown.

Tuesday night (July 17), Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour officials announced three cars, including the #13 driven to victory by Cassius Clark two days earlier in the feature race at Riverside International Speedway, have been disqualified for using unapproved carburetors.

Dave O'Blenis, who crossed the finish line in second place, along with J.R. Fitzpatrick, received the same fate as Clark and the King Racing team.

With the disqualifications, NASCAR legend Kenny Wallace, who was behind the wheel of the IWK 250 Cat Car for Kids, is now the 2018 champion, jumping from third place to top spot.

Cole Butcher and Craig Slaunwhite are now second and third, respectively.

And, with the shuffling of results, 16-year-old Braden Langille, of Shubenacadie and the Nova Racing team, has moved up to fourth place.

Complete official results for the IWK 250 can be found at maritimeprostocktour.com 

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