Naugle Victorious in Toromont Cat 150
(Halifax, NS – September 26, 2020) Nicholas Naugle (Dartmouth, NS) picked up his first career Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour Series victory by winning the Toromont Cat 150 at Riverside International on Saturday. The race was slowed by just one caution on lap 136. Greg Proude (Springvale, PE) led every lap leading up to the singular caution but was unable to regain the lead from Naugle after the restart and finished second. Hometown hero Donald Chisholm (Antigonish, NS) gave the locals something to cheer about with a third place finish. Brothers Chris and Kyle Reid (Sydney, NS) rounded out the top five. The race took just 44 minutes to complete.
Atlantic Tiltload Time Trials set the starting grid for the Toromont Cat 150 feature. Naugle started on the pole after winning heat race number one. Proude and Chris Reid also won their respective heat races.
The NAPA Sportsman Series warmed up the track and fans with a 50-lap feature. Jeff Breen (Antigonish, NS) was first under the checkers followed by Ronnie MacKay (Sydney, NS) and Pete Miller (Noel Rd, NS).
Hot Rod Classics Vintage Race Car Series made their Nova Scotia debut at Riverside International Saturday afternoon. Fans enjoyed the unique vintage cars as they put on terrific show for fans in a 20-lap feature.
Today’s Toromont Cat 150 was only the second event of 2020 but marks the end of the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour racing season. Thank you to all of the race teams, sponsors and fans for your patience as we navigated our way through the Covid-19 pandemic. We can’t wait to get back to the track for a full season of racing in 2021!