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LAVAL, Québec – Simon Dion-Viens and the SDV Autosport racing team announce a two-year partnership with Castrol Canada that will see the team compete in at least five-races per year in the highly competitive NASCAR Pinty's Series.
Dion-Viens will be behind the wheel of a new car, a Dodge Challenger sporting the CastrolCanada colours and the number 25 of the CBRT team at the starting line of the races taking place in eastern Canada over the summer.> More
TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec – WeatherTech Canada and Louis-Philippe Dumoulin are excited to announce the renewal of their partnership for two additional years in the NASCAR Pinty’s series. Their mutual passion for racing led to the start of their business relationship in 2012, which will now continue to allow the #47 Dodge WeatherTech Canada / Groupe Bellemare driver to once again showcase his talents in the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
WeatherTech Canada is pleased to announce their continuing partnership with Dumoulin Competition.> More
MILVERTON, Ont. – 22 Racing is pleased to announce today that Christopher Bell will be behind the wheel of the No. 22 car at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park for the first event of the 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series. The talented 22-year-old Bell is in his second year in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series full time competing for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) as a Toyota Racing Development driver. Bell will make his first start in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series in the Can Am 200 on May 20th & 21st.> More
DJ Kennington will once again pilot the the No. 17 Dodge entry as the 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series opens competition next month at Canadian Tire Motorpsort Park. In addition to seeking his third series championship Kennington and his DJK Racing team have formed an alliance with the Canada’s Best Racing Team (CBRT) group for the coming season.> More
MIVERTON, Ont. -- Scott Steckly and 22 Racing are pleased to announce Wednesday that Quebec racing veteran Donald Theetge has formed a new association with their team for the 2017 NASCAR Pintys Series season. Together they will participate in the series championship. Theetge will take over the wheel for seven races on the oval tracks. They will reveal later this month the driver that will compete for the team in the road course events.> More
TORONTO – In one of NASCAR Canada’s biggest sponsorship announcements, Tagliani Autosport, in conjunction with 22 Racing, revealed Saturday that it had secured a major sponsorship from home improvement giant, Lowe’s Canada, for its 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series season.
At the Toronto Motorama Custom Car & Motorsport Show press conference, Tagliani Autosport unveiled the #18 racecar. Lowe’s Canada joins long-time sponsor EpiPen, as a major contributor to driver Alex Tagliani’s effort in the Canadian series.> More
AYR, ONT., Canada – Adam Martin set the bar high in 2016 scoring a pair of top-five finishes in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. The racer from Ayr, Ontario, will contest the entire schedule in 2017 chasing the Rookie of the Year championship.
“We are excited for this race season,” said Martin. “I’m racing with the best drivers in the country, but it’s motivating. When you have a good night against these drivers it’s a great feeling.”> More
BOUCHERVILLE, Quebec, Canada – Spectra Premium and the Company’s ambassador Jean-François Dumoulin proudly presented a technological innovation, the new high-performance NSCR100 radiator. The professional auto-racing driver will put the radiator to the test during trial sessions scheduled to take place in the US at the end of March. The new design of the 2017 No. 04 Spectra Premium / Bernier Crépeau / Groupe Bellemare / MIA car was also unveiled at today’s event. The car will be equipped with the NSCR100 radiator technology throughout the season.> More
ST. THOMAS, ON – In February, Canadian stock car driver DJ Kennington will be behind the wheel of an all-Canadian effort in the world’s biggest stock car race; the Daytona 500.
The St. Thomas, Ontario resident is a two-time champion of Canada’s NASCAR series and has extensive experience competing in the sanctioning body’s US-based Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series.> More
-Was opened in 1966 as a dirt track and paved the following year.
-Considered "Canada's Crown Jewel" of racing, the track formerly known as Cayuga Speedway has hosted a multitude of special events and racing series.
-Closed in 2009, the track was re-opened in 2017 under new ownership.