Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) drove to the win in the Fifth Annual Mike Stevens Memorial Super Late Model 200 at Petty International Raceway on Saturday evening. Blenkhorn, who won the season opening Lucas Oil 150 in May, led 119 laps en route to the victory on Saturday night. The win was worth $7,500 but with additional lap money and bonuses, Blenkhorn walked away with over $13,000. Robbie MacEwen (Sherwood, PE) chased Blenkhorn for most of the second half of the event and finished in second. Darren MacKinnon (Charlottetown, PE) completed the podium with Silver Fox Special Care Home Halfway Leader Ashton Tucker (Lyttleton, NB) and Dylan Gosbee (Cornwall, PE) rounding out the top five. The lead was exchanged in the race five times. Gosbee, Tucker and Blenkhorn took home heat race victories in the 23 car field. The Mike Stevens Memorial 200 took one hour, 58 minutes to complete. Cole Butcher (Porter’s Lake, NS) clinched the Bumper to Bumper $5K Petty Pro Stock Challenge with a seventh place finish in the Mike Stevens Memorial 200. MacKinnon and Blenkhorn joined Butcher as podium finishers in the five race mini series. Laurie Cormier (Riverview, NB) took home the 75-lap Limited Late Model feature for the A.E. McKay Builders Late Model Sportsman division. Cormier raced to the win ahead of River Glade International Winner Jordan Veinotte (Porter’s Lake, NS) and former track champion Luc Bourgeois (Memramcook, NB). Current track champion Brady Creamer (Miramichi, NB) and Matt Rodgers (Smithtown, NB) rounded out the top five of the 28 starters in the field. Creamer, Bourgeois and Cormier took home qualifying heat race victories. The Mike Stevens Memorial Limited Late Model 75 took 56 minutes to complete. Feature results, once official, will be posted on PettyRaceway.com. With the conclusion of the Mike Stevens Memorial weekend comes the end of the 2018 Petty International Raceway season. Fans are encouraged to keep up to date with social media and PettyRaceway.com for complete information on the 2019 season. UNOFFICIAL FEATURE RESULTS – 2018 Mike Stevens Memorial Super Late Model 200 1st – 67 Dylan Blenkhorn 2nd – 40 Robbie MacEwen 3rd - 18 Darren MacKinnon 4th – 2 Ashton Tucker 5th - 91 Dylan Gosbee 6th - 54 Jarrett Butcher 7th - 53 Cole Butcher 8th - 5 Jonathan Hicken 9th - 32M Sarah McKay 10th – 98 Cory Hall 11th – 97D Chris Duncan 12th – 08 Nicholas Naugle 13th – 29 Greg Fahey 14th – 32 Chris Hughes 15th – 02 Craig Ward 16th – 28 Kirk Thibeau 17th - 41 Mike Rodgers 18th – 72 Michael Kyle 19th – 23 Lonnie Sommerville 20th- 42C Chris Reid 21st – 01 Troy Burke 22nd – 42 Kyle Reid 23rd – 1 Ryan Messer UNOFFICIAL FEATURE RESULTS – 2018 Mike Stevens Memorial Limited Late Model 75 1st – 53 Laurie Cormier 2nd – 11 Jordan Veinotte 3rd – 88 Luc Bourgeois 4th – 10 Brady Creamer 5th – 14 Matt Rodgers 6th – 3 Justin Beers 7th – 94 Deven Smith 8th – 31 Frank Fraser 9th – 85 Kenny MacKenzie Jr 10th – 41C Michael Cormier 11th – 27 Curtis Collins 12th – 08 Matt Vaughan 13th – 92 Neal Crawford 14th – 05 Fred Schofield 15th – 90 Wayne Miller 16th – 46 Ian Mollins 17th – 52 Destiny Enkel 18th – 02 Shane Coffen 19th – 41 Rob Raynes 20th- 94R Ryan Raynes 21st – 9 Daniel Delorey 22nd – 25 Ryan VanOirschot 23rd – 18 Lynden MacDougall 24th – 22 Jeffrey Breen 25th – 01 Joey Livingstone 26th – 23 Shawn Waterford 27th – 30 Marcel LeBlanc 28th – 29 Matt Maillet DNS – 38 Travis Roma For complete, up-to-date information on Petty International Raceway, please visit PettyInternationalRaceway.com, follow us on Twitter (@PettyRaceway_NB) and like us on Facebook (@PettyInternationalRaceway). 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 www.pettyinternationalraceway.com. To get current updates delivered to you directly please follow us on Twitter.