It was the first Pro Stock win of Clark's career at Wiscasset, and it also snapped a long drought that hadn't seen him win a race since taking a PASS North Series race in Halifax, Nova Scotia in June.
Surprisingly, Clark utilized the crate motor in his retro red-and-white Chevrolet to take advantage on a couple of late race restarts, when he was able to hold off 2nd-place finisher Travis Benjamin.
"I was a little surprised. When you can set your own pace, you can pick up the speed a little bit." Clark said. "I probably shouldn't tell anybody that, but it's kind of what you have to do with a crate motor. You get it revved up so you can shift in there. Everything worked out for us, and we're finally back in victory lane again."