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Yorkton Classic wraps up with Sunday afternoon races

Ideal weather all three days
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Todd Baptiste of Cando, action at the Yorkton Classic was second in the aggregate at 3:14.14. (File Photo)

YORKTON - Three days of professional chuckwagon racing at the Yorkton Classic concluded at the Yorkton Exhibition Track Sunday afternoon. 

The Classic, presented by the Yorkton Tribal Council, was the first event of the 2022 CPCA Pro Tour, and featured 10 heats.  

The best time of the afternoon session was Logan Gorst of Meadow Lake, Sask. in his Meadow Lake Chrysler wagon with a time of 1:03.11.  

Danny Ringuette of Bonnyville, Alta. was second at 1:03.75 with his Superior Concrete Pumping hitch. 

Todd Baptiste of Cando, Sask. was third turning the track in 1:03.79 with his SORE Oilfield unit. 

Fourth on the day was Jamie Laboucane of St. Walburg, Sask. with his Wild Rows Pump & Compression wagon. He recorded a time of 1:04.19.  

Devin Mitsuing of Loon Lake, Sask. with his Yorkton Tribal Council-tarped wagon was fifth at 1:04.25.  

The top driver over the three days was Jamie Laboucane with his Davco Industrial Construction Services wagon. He recorded an aggregate time of 3:13.16.  

Todd Baptiste was second in the aggregate at 3:14.14 with his SORE Oilfield unit. 

Logan Gorst finished third with a three-day time of 3:14.38 with his Baker Tilly & Rocky Mountain Equipment wagon.

Gorst with his Meadow Lake Chrysler hitch was also fourth with a combined time of 3:14.83.

Rounding out the top-five aggregate times was Devin Mitsuing with his Yorkton Tribal Council-tarped wagon with a time of 3:15.23.