When the dust settled after post-race tech it was Cole Butcher picking up the win in the East Coast International 150 at Riverside International Speedway. Butcher crossed the finish line second but was moved to the top spot after Greg Proude was disqualified for an unapproved part. Mike Rodgers and Donald Chisholm round out the top three in the updated unofficial results.

Photo by Ken MacIsaac


  1. Cole Butcher
  2. Mike Rodgers
  3. Donald Chisholm
  4. Jarrett Butcher
  5. Craig Slaunwhite
  6. Russell Smith, Jr.
  7. Matt Vaughan
  8. Tyle Smith
  9. Waylon Farrell
  10. Ryan Van Oirschot
  11. Allison MacKinnon
  12. Stephen Lively
  13. Gary Elliott
  14. Chris Reid
  15. Greg Proude
  16. Nicholas Naugle

Further penalties, if any, for Proude are yet to be determined; series point standings will be updated after that and heading into the series season finale on September 24 at Scotia Speedworld.

In Auto World Allstar Sportsman Series action it was Deven Smith winning the NAPA Auto Parts/Henry’s AUTOPRO 75 and the series championship. Smith celebrated the accomplishment with the fans, his crew, and his family including his father Russell Smith Sr. and brother Russell Smith Jr., both well-known racers in the region.


  1. 94-Deven Smith
  2. 42-Ronald MacKay
  3. 78-Dennis Nickerson
  4. 10-Brady Creamer
  5. 95-Pete Miller
  6. 8-Chris Reid
  7. 17-Colby Smith
  8. 01-Joey Livingston
  9. 87-Kevin Morse
  10. 02-Shane Coffen
  11. 51-Richard Salter
  12. 23-Shawn Waterfield
  13. 66-Jeffrey Breen

Management and staff at Riverside now turn their focus to the inaugural East Coast Classics Music Festival & Car Show next Saturday. Six bands and a show and shine will entertain attendees from Noon until approx 11:30 p.m. For Tickets, camping, car show registration and more info please visit our East Coast Classics page here.