Tag Archive: NASCAR Canadian Tire Championship

Jul 09

Western Canada awaits Louis-Philippe Dumoulin

Two oval circuits: July 11, 16, 2014

2014-07-06-2449 Louis-Philippe Dumoulin is leaving for Western Canada today, where he’ll take part in the next two events in the NASCAR Canadian Tire championship behind the wheel of the #47 Dodge WeatherTech Canada/ Bellemare.

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Jul 17

Andrew Ranger WINNER in the streets of Toronto (updated, +results, +driver reports)

His 7th victory on street course in career and 10th victory in 40 races

10-07-18_0056As he has done many times in his career on street course in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Championship, Andrew Ranger wins his 7th victory on number 27 Dodge sponsored by Quebec Dodge dealers. Ranger was the leader of the race for every lap from green to checkered flag of the Jumpstart 100 presented today as part of the Honda Indy Toronto racing program.

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Sep 24

NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Kawartha preview

Ranger to close out a dominating season 

2009-09-12_2A5783On Saturday night, Roxton Pond, Quebec’s, Andrew Ranger only needs to start the race to capture his second NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship in three years. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 21

Ranger tees up title with win

Collects record Sixth win in 2009, within one point of championship

Andrew Ranger, for all intents and purposes, clinched the 2009 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship on Sunday at Riverside International Speedway in style by winning the Komatsu 300. All he has to do is start his No. 27 Walmart/Tide Ford in the season finale next week. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 20

Antigonish: Andrew Ranger is ”almost” 2009 champion! (updated)

DNF for Kennington, Steckly and Thomson

For the second time in his young career, the driver from Roxton Pond, Andrew Ranger will be crowned in October the 2009 Champion of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Championship after winning the Komatsu 300 at the Riverside Speedway in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 18

Sticky: Congratulations from a Minister to Andrew Ranger and GP3R

Following the immense success of the 40th edition

Andrew Ranger’s performance and the exceptional quality of the Trois-Rivières Grand Prix 40th edition reached the members of the Quebec National Assembly and it brought congradulations from Minister Nicole Ménard. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 12

Sticky: Dumoulin Competition: A wellborn team… (+photos)

Three cars in the GP3R

Announced as a very serious project a few months ago in the Maurician area, the Dumoulin Competition project to participate in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Championship came to be during the last weeks and it was confirmed Tuesday evening in a press meeting directly on the Trois-Rivières street course , home of the 40th edition of the GP3R. Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 30

Sticky: NASCAR Canadian Tire: Victory for Scott Steckly in Saskatoon (+result/standing)

8th position for Andrew Ranger

Scott Steckly and his No. 22 Racing Team experienced the highs and the lows in Saskatoon at the Velocity Prairie Thunder presented by Bayer Crop Science 250.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 05

Flagworld at Delaware this weekend

For the second NASCAR Canadian Tire race of the 2009 season

For this first visit to Delaware Speedway near London, Ontario, the NASCAR Canadian Tire Championship will present a 200 laps race Saturday evening.

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May 15

Sticky: Jacques Villeneuve at Autodrome St-Eustache (+exclusive photos)

In a NASCAR Canadian Tire car

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Last weekend, Jacombs Racing of the serie NASCAR Canadian Tire held private practice at the Autodrome St-Eustache. Originally scheduled for Saturday, practice had to be postponed to Sunday due to rain. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 28

Andrew Ranger FOURTH in NASCAR Canadian Tire Championship

Without participating in the Kawartha race Saturday

Andrew Ranger left Kansas City immediately after the Nationwide race Saturday where he finished in 31th position to come back directly to Montreal.

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