Petty International Raceway, Petitcodiac, NB Hicken Races to Over $20,000 Payday in Mike Stevens Memorial 200 at Petty Raceway

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    Jonathan Hicken (Brudenell, PE) capped off the Petty International Raceway season with his third triumph in the Mike Stevens Memorial. Hicken, who previously won the race in 2015 and 2016, led over two thirds of the laps en route to the victory in the 200-lap Pro Stock/Super Late Model feature. The victory was worth $10,000 and after contingency awards, lap leader money and the Bumper to Bumper $3k Petty Pro Stock Challenge, the win was worth well over $20,000 for the No. 5 Chapman Brothers Construction team.

    Hicken was pressured in the first portion of the race by Ashton Tucker (Lyttleton, NB) until pit stops put the No. 2 car back in traffic. Dave O’Blenis (Boundary Creek, NB) was able to capitalize and race for the win with Hicken but it was Hicken who ultimately came out the winner. O’Blenis was second while Tucker fought traffic to come home in third. The AutoRite Service Centre Time Trial winner Robbie MacEwen (Sherwood, PE) was fourth while Nicholas Naugle (Dartmouth, NS) snuck by Sarah McKay (Quispamsis, NB) in the closing laps to take fifth.

    Eight cautions slowed the 200-lap race, which took one hour, 27 minutes to complete. A complete list of lap leader, contingency award winners and more race info can be found once made official at

    For the second straight year, Laurie Cormier (Riverview, NB) won the Late Model Sportsman portion of the Mike Stevens Memorial. The final caution flag flew with five laps to go, setting up a mad dash for the front runners. When the dust finally settled, it was Luc Bourgeois (Memramcook, NB) and 2019 AE McKay Builders Late Model Sportsman champion Jordan Veinotte (Porter’s Lake, NS) joining Cormier on the podium. Brady Creamer (Miramichi, NB) and Deven Smith (Lakeside, NS) completed the top five in the 27-car Sportsman feature field.

    Colton Noble (Upper Nine Mile River, NS) capped off his Leisure Days RV Bandolero Outlaw season with a victory on Saturday during the Mike Stevens Memorial. Kelsea Lewis (Salisbury, NB) raced to her first career feature win in the Leisure Days RV Beginner Bandoleros while Ayden Christensen (Windsor Junction, NS) won the season long championship. Braden Langille (Shubenacadie, NS) won the 50-lap INEX Legend feature.

    Complete results can be found, once deemed official, at during the week.

    Petty International Raceway would like to thank the major sponsors for the Sixth Annual Mike Stevens Memorial Weekend, including R. Stevens Mechanical, Carnahan Property Management, Archibald Drilling & Blasting, Brycon Construction, NAPA Petitcodiac and Salisbury, St. Louis Bar and Grill Moncton and Dieppe and Port City Racecars.

    The Mike Stevens Memorial concludes the 2019 racing season at Petty International Raceway. Teams and fans are urged to keep tabs of the website and social media channels for upcoming information on the 2019 Awards Banquet and the 2020 racing season!

    About Petty International Raceway:
    Petty International Raceway is located on Highway 106, just 40 km west of Moncton, New Brunswick. To learn more about Petty International Raceway, its location, admission, policies, history, and more, please visit



    1st - #5 Jonathan Hicken
    2nd - #48 Dave O’Blenis
    3rd - #2 Ashton Tucker
    4th - #40 Robbie MacEwen
    5th - #08 Nicholas Naugle
    6th - #32 Sarah McKay
    7th - #97 Chris Duncan
    8th - #54 Jarrett Butcher
    9th - #42 Andrew Rodgers
    10th - #44 Russell Smith Jr
    11th - #91 Dylan Gosbee
    12th - #88 Kevin Moore
    13th - #49 Harry Ross White
    14th - #42K Kyle Reid
    15th - #10 Devin Snell
    16th - #01 Troy Burke
    17th - #52 Shawn Tucker
    18th - #03 Steve Halpin
    19th - #28 Kirk Thibeau
    20th - #18 Darren MacKinnon
    21st - #23 Lonnie Sommerville
    DNS - #99 Craig Slaunwhite


    1st - #53 Laurie Cormier
    2nd - #88 Luc Bourgeois
    3rd - #11 Jordan Veinotte
    4th - #10 Brady Creamer
    5th - #94 Deven Smith
    6th - #00 Michael Cormier
    7th - #11x Logan Power
    8th - #30 Marcel LeBlanc
    9th - #92 Neal Crawford
    10th - #27 Curtis Collins
    11th - #48C Courtney O’Blenis
    12th - #87 Nick Cudmore
    13th - #92X Wayne Miller
    14th - #46 Koven Lewis
    15th - #74 Alexandra O’Blenis
    16th - #40 Richard Atkinson
    17th - #18 Lynden MacDougall
    18th - #14 Alex Johnson
    19th - #18x Matt Moore
    20th - #66 Jeffrey Breen
    21st - #3 Justin Beers
    22nd - #92M Pete Miller
    23rd - #85 Ken MacKenzie Jr
    24th - #94X Ryan Raynes
    25th - #41 Rob Raynes
    26th - #15 Mike Alexander
    27th - #05 Fred Schofield
    DNS - #52 Destiny Enkel


    1st - #51 Braden Langille
    2nd - #13 Wyatt McCulloch
    3rd - #68 Michael Cormier
    4th - #27 Austin MacDonald
    5th - #87 Danny Chisholm
    6th - #44 Nathan Blackburn
    7th - #38 Darren Sherwood
    8th - #66 Owen Mahar
    9th - #78 Martin Landry


    1st - #03 Colton Noble
    2nd - #0 Tanton Woodridge
    3rd - #87 Danny Chisholm
    4th - #10 Evan Lane
    5th - #71 Chase MacKay
    6th - #66 Owen Mahar
    7th - #81 Nate Singer


    1st - #53 Kelsea Lewis
    2nd - #8 Dawson Noble
    3rd - #88 Caden Tufts
    4th - #92 Ian Crawford
    5th - #28 Will Murphy
    6th - #24 Ayden Christensen
    7th - #23 Teagan Dempsey
    8th - #9 Campbell Delaney

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