Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Boutilier, Harvey Big Winners Friday Night, IWK 250 Set for Saturday

JAMES RIVER, NS (July 20, 2013) – The IWK 250 Super Weekend kicked off Friday night at Riverside International Speedway with several thousand fans enjoying a full night of stock  car racing action.

Aaron Boutilier won the Highland Home Building Centre 100 and Cy Harvey won the Maritime Legends Challenge. Complete unofficial results for the sportsman feature follow; legends results will be provided by the series.


  1. Aaron Boutilier
  2. Colby Smith
  3. Shawn McLean
  4. Dale Richardson
  5. Fred Broussard
  6. Harry Ross White
  7. Ross Lewis
  8. Adam MacInnis
  9. Corey Breen
  10. Hughie Richard
  11. Andrew Starks
  12. Darren Wallage
  13. Darren Price
  14. Wade Slaunwhite
  15. Mike Power Jr.
  16. Dave Timmons
  17. Phil Barkhouse Jr.
  18. Chris Reid
  19. Shawn Thibodeau
  20. Kevin McGrath
  21. Adrian Verhagen
  22. Vance MacDonald
  23. Shawn Waterfield
  24. Jerry Hayes
  25. Daniel Delorey
  26. Russell Smith Jr.
  27. Joey Livingstone
  28. Kyle Reid
  29. Shawn Connors
  30. Brad Decoste
  31. JJ Cusack
  32. Bronson Shannessey

Shawn Waterfield, Brad DeCoste, Shawn Thibodeau, and Chris Reid won the sportsman heat races.


  1. Cy Harvey
  2. Darren Sherwood
  3. Justin MacNeill
  4. Dylan Blenkhorn
  5. Cole Butcher
  6. Emily Meehan
  7. Tony Gaudet
  8. Scott Cunning
  9. Jarrett Butcher
  10. Matt Scott
  11. Harry Breimer
  12. Jeff Crookshank
  13. Joseph Lawson
  14. Vance Hanes
  15. Richard Nickerson
  16. Adam Gilbert

A total of 19 Legends competitors entered the event with three unable to make the feature due to problems in the heat races (Mark Williams, Paul Goulden, and Danny Harvey).

Saturday sees Canada’s biggest stock car race, the IWK 250 Presented by Steve Lewis Auto Body, at Riverside International Speedway where reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski will take on the cars and stars of the Parts for Truck Stock Tour.  Thirty-four teams from five Canadian provinces and two U.S. states have entered to compete for more than $93,000.

With a record crowd expected fans are urged to come early to avoid lineups, in facility access and in parking. Extra parking has been secured nearby with shuttle bus service available for transport to the main gate. Plenty of good seats remain.

The box office opens and practice starts at Noon, two rounds of qualifying (time trials and heat races) start at 3:30 p.m., followed by an autograph session and pre-race entertainment, then opening ceremonies and the IWK 250.