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Beating the odds is nothing new to Ashley Taws, both as a female racer and as a victim of a terrible passenger car accident in late 2002.> More
EDMONTON, Alberta – Alex Tagliani picked up his first NASCAR win in just his eighth start in a stock car. He won the Edmonton Canadian Tire Series 100 at Rexall Speedway in convincing fashion by beating runner-up Scott Steckly to the line by 1.404 seconds.
Tagliani (No. 7 Wal-Mart/Ubisoft Ford), a Quebec native, made a pair of starts last season in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Sirius Satellite Radio, but is racing full-time this season after making the move from the open-wheel racing world.> More
EDMONTON, Alberta – Andrew Ranger laid down the fastest lap in qualifying for the Edmonton Canadian Tire Series 100 at the Rexall Edmonton Indy and will start from the pole position for tomorrow’s race.
Ranger (No. 27 Wal-Mart/Tide Ford) posted a time of 80.797 seconds around the 1.973-mile temporary road course, fashioned from runways, taxiways and access roads at Edmonton City Centre Airport for an average lap speed of 87.909 mph.> More
EDMONTON, Alberta - Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Wal-Mart/Tide Ford) topped the charts in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series practice Friday at the Rexall Edmonton Indy as they prepare for Saturday's Edmonton Canadian Tire Series 100.
The defending series champion circuited the 1.973-mile temporary road course, fashioned from runways, taxiways and access roads at Edmonton City Centre Airport, in 80.698 seconds which translates to an average speed of 88.017 mph.> More
Coming into the 2008 season, several drivers were considered title contenders in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Sirius Satellite Radio and Scott Steckly was not among those given serious consideration. This was despite the fact he closed out the 2007 season with his first series win at Kawartha Speedway.
Fortunately for Steckly (No. 22 Tow Truck in a Box/Erb Group Dodge), races and point championships are not decided by pre-season talk and speculation, but rather by hard work and determination.> More
VERNON, B.C. – Don Thomson Jr. (No. 4 Home Hardware Chevrolet) passed points leader Scott Steckly (No. 22 IRL International/Tow Truck in a Box Dodge) with just eight laps remaining in the A&W Cruisin’ The Dub 300 at SunValley Speedway in front of a capacity crowd.
Steckly was in position to collect his third straight NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Sirius Satellite Radio win before Thomson made the pass for his first win of the 2008 season and his third overall in the series.> More
VERNON, B.C. – With the pole position for the A&W Cruisin’ The Dub 300 on the line in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Sirius Satellite Radio time trials at SunValley Speedway, Don Thomson Jr. (No. 4 Home Hardware Chevrolet) timed in at 18.456 seconds for an average speed of 97.529 mph on the .500-mile tri-oval situated in the Okanogan Valley of British Columbia.
Thomson backed up his fast time in practice with his fourth pole of the season and the sixth of his Canadian Tire Series career.> More
VERNON, B.C. – Don Thomson Jr. (No. 4 Home Hardware Chevrolet) laid down the fastest lap in A&W Cruisin’ The Dub 300 practice at SunValley Speedway. He clocked in at 18.268 seconds which averages out to 98.533 mph on the .500-mile tri-oval.
Thomson continues to be one of the fastest cars in the field. The Ayr, Ontario driver has won three of four poles in 2008.
Being the first to do something is rarely the easiest. Just ask Christopher Columbus or Lewis and Clark. Those gentlemen pioneered paths westward against conventional wisdom. Jason White (No. 21 A&W/Zimmer-Wheaton GM Chevrolet), too, is going against the grain.
Only his road is eastward bound in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Sirius Satellite Radio.
White’s endeavor is not the life and death, fraught with peril propositions as those of Columbus and Lewis and Clark, but the result of clearing the way for others to follow is just the same.> More
ST. EUSTACHE, Que. – In front of a capacity crowd at Autodrome St. Eustache, Scott Steckly (No. 22 Tow Truck in a Box/Erb Group Dodge) won the Kodak 250. It was the first NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Sirius Satellite Radio event at the track and Steckly took advantage of the excitement to win for the second week in a row and for the third time in four races this year.> More