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Pinty’s Series News & Notes: GP3R

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – After losing the championship points lead out west, Kevin Lacroix looks to get back on track this week and it couldn’t come at a better time for him.

Lacroix, who now trails Alex Labbe by 10 points for the NASCAR Pinty’s Series championship lead, joins his fellow Quebec driver as the only drivers to score three wins this season. Lacroix can also become the second driver in the history of the series to pick up his third consecutive win at a track if he can capture the checkered flag in the Can-Am Le Tours 50 this Sunday.

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Pinty’s Finale Moved To Jukasa

Official Release

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR will crown its 2017 championship for stock car racing in Canada at the track that helped launch the series. NASCAR and Jukasa Motor Speedway announced today that the season finale for the NASCAR Pinty’s Series will be moved to the Hagersville, Ontario, track.

The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 23. 

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Labbe Lassos The Field In Edmonton

Wetaskiwin, Alberta - If Alex Labbe wins the 2017 NASCAR Pinty's Series championship, the trip to western Canada may prove to be the pivotal point in his season.

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QUALIFYING: Labbe Edges Lacroix For Pole

Wetaskiwin, Alberta - Alex Labbe likes racing on ovals and it has shown this week during the annual western swing by the NASCAR Pinty's Series.

Labbe, who collected a win and third-place finish on Wednesday in Saksatoon, picked up where he left off by winning the E3 Spark Plugs Pole Award during qualifying for the Luxxur 300 at Edmonton International Raceway Saturday night.

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PRACTICE: Lacroix Leads Field At Edmonton

Wetaskiwin, Alberta - One thing is for certain halfway through the 2017 season for the NASCAR Pinty's Series and that's Kevin Lacroix has been fast at every stop so far this season.

Lacroix, who enters this race with a slight two-point lead over Alex Labbe in the championship points standings, once again set fast time in practice for the Luxxur 300 at Edmonton International Raceway Saturday.

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Pinty’s Stat Advance: Edmonton

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series returns for the fourth straight year to Edmonton International Raceway for the Luxxur 300. Below is a statistical look at the performance of the series at the track and selected drivers:


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Lapcevich Goes Full Circle In Saskatoon

SASKATOON, Sask. - Wyant Group Raceway is a track that means something to Cayden Lapcevich. 

The NASCAR Next driver scored his first NASCAR Pinty's Series win at the Saskatoon track last year en route to his record-setting championship season one year ago. It appears he wants to keep making memories.

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Labbe Outlasts Kennington In Overtime

SASKATOON, Sask. - It took everything Alex Labbe had to hold off D.J. Kennington to score his second NASCAR Pinty's Series win of the season in Race No. 1 of the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s at Wyant Group Raceway on Wednesday. 

Labbe was able to make the pass around Kennington on Lap 75 and then hold the two-time series champion off in overtime to pick up the win in the first doubleheader for Canada's national stock car championship.

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QUALIFYING: Lacroix Edges Labbe For Pole

SASKATOON, Sask. - Kevin Lacroix is having a pretty good day so far at Wyant Group Raceway.

After leading the field of 20 cars throughout practice earlier in the day, he backed it up by winning his fourth career E3 Sprak Plugs Pole Award during qualifying for race #1 of the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s tonight in Saskatoon.

Lacroix was able to finish just .020 seconds ahead of Alex Labbe to win his second pole award on an oval track. Lacroix finished with a fast time of 14.645 seconds (81.857 mph) to put him on the top spot.

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PRACTICE: Lacroix Leads Way At Saskatoon

SASKATOON, Sask. - Kevin Lacroix is just fast no matter where he races this season.

The NASCAR Pinty's Series championship points leader enters the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s at Wyant Group Raceway winner of all three races on road courses this season and now he's showing everyone he's also fast on oval tracks too.

The St. Eustache, Quebec, driver paced the field with a fast lap time of  14.713 seconds (81.479 mph) during the one-hour practice session around the third-mile oval.

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