Analyzing The Pinty’s 250 at Kawartha Speedway
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2014 season concludes with Pinty’s 250 – Dumoulin, Fitzpatrick vie for first championship
When the checkered flag falls on the season finale Pinty’s 250 Saturday at Kawartha Speedway, the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 will have a first-time titlist as either L.P. Dumoulin or J.R. Fitzpatrick will take home the championship trophy.
Survives Green-White-Checkered finish for fifth career victory
It took a few extra laps, but Jason Hathaway left Barrie Speedway with a win Saturday night. The Dutton, Ontario, native won the Wahta Springs 300 for the second year in a row. It marked Hathaway’s second NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 victory of the season and fifth of his career.
“We had issues with the engine. Adjustments were made during qualifying to make sure we could start.”
Jean-François Dumoulin and the #04 Group Bellemare / Bernier Crépeau / F.X. Boisvert ran into a few mechanical issues this weekend on the circuit of the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. Only a driver with Jean-François Dumoulin’s skills could finish the race after reaching third place from the twentieth, especially with a car that turned off multiple times in the second half of the race.
Despite mechanical problems during practice, the Media Racing Team driver attained his goal by finishing eighteenth.
This weekend, driver Jocelyn Fecteau, of Mont-St-Grégoire, Québec, contested his last race of the 2014 season in the NASCAR Canadian Tire series. On the Mosport track (Canadian Tire Motorsport Park) in Ontario, he was eyeing another finish position in the “Top 20″.
Series heads East for lone Nova Scotia date
J.R. Fitzpatrick has had some near misses in pursuit of a checkered flag at Riverside International Speedway, and this week’s Wilson Equipment 300 is a prime opportunity to end the drought at the Nova Scotia oval and get back into NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship contention.
He will start on point for Sunday’s Pinty’s Presents The Clarington 200
A veteran of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 since its inception, Jeff Lapcevich captured his first career pole award Saturday at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in advance of Sunday’s Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200.
Defending race winner picks up 12th career pole
J.R. Fitzpatrick claimed the pole position in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 qualifying on Saturday at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park for Sunday’s Pinty’s presents the Vortex Brake Pads 200.
Constantly striving to develop newer, faster and better products to the end user
After a successful first year of operation supporting NASCAR Canadian Tire Series (NCTS) competitors, BOW MOTORSPORTS will expand its chassis building and repair business to include Late Model and Super Late Model competitors.
Caps off NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Championship with 7th win at Kawartha – D.J. Kennington won it all
Kennington capped his 2012 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship with a victory Saturday in the final race of the season, the Pinty’s 250 presented by Dodge, at Kawartha Speedway.
Closing time for Kennington
The 2012 season has belonged to D.J. Kennington and now it’s time for him to close it out. The scenario for Kennington to claim his second NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship in three years is simple and straightforward. Assuming a full 26-car field in the season finale on Saturday, Sept. 22 in the Pinty’s 250 presented by Dodge at Kawartha Speedway near Peterborough, Ont., Kennington has to finish 19th or better should second-place J.R. Fitzpatrick win the race and lead the most laps.
Claims 16th Career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series win, 4th at Trois-Rivieres
Andrew Ranger extended his domination of Circuit de Trois-Rivieres with his fourth win in six races there Sunday in the JuliaWine.com 100. It was the Rangers’ 16th career win in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 and his 13th on a road course.