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Alex Tagliani holds off last lap challenge from Andrew Ranger to win Nascar race in Toronto
In his first NASCAR Pinty’s Series start on the streets of Toronto, Alex Tagliani scored his fourth series win and his second of the 2016 season. Starting on the outside of row one, the Laval, Quebec resident finally took over the lead from Toronto rookie Daniel Morad on lap 25.
Price will make her debut during the Honda Indy Toronto July 15-17 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sara Price, 23, a successful multi-championship Professional Motocross and UTV racer from Southern California will be the first woman to compete in the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS Series.
Third road circuit event of the 2016 season – NASCAR Pinty’s series
Jean-François Dumoulin will take part in the Pinty’s Toronto Grand Prix this Saturday, July 17 in the streets of the Queen City and at the wheel of the #04 Dodge Spectra Premium/ Bernier Crépeau / Groupe Bellemare / MIA. This circuit was kind to him in the past, notably in 2000 when he robbed first place after overtaking more than 50 cars, winning the race for the New Tech Motorsport team while racing at the wheel of a Porsche 993.
Venues, Dates Set for All Three National Series Awards
SPC Series: Jacques Gravel retakes the lead of the Championship; Kurt Wittmer still leading in Compact Class
4 Circuit ICAR races held this past weekend …
Presented as part of the NASCAR weekend at Circuit ICAR in Mirabel, rounds eight, nine, ten, and eleven of the 2016 Super Production Challenge (SPC) season were maybe the most spectacular that this championship has ever seen ! Jacques Gravel, twice, Marc Héroux and Guillaume Labbé all claimed victory; as did Julien Legris, Gabriel Lacombe (twice) and Kurt Wittmer in Compact Class.
NASCAR Industry to salute U.S. Military Units with NASCAR XFINITY Series Tribute at Daytona International Speedway
An American Salute Continues Independence Day Weekend
In a show of appreciation for the United States Armed Forces, NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers will bear the names of active military units and installations on their race car windshields during Friday’s Subway Firecracker 250 Powered By Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway (7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).
Eleven Indy cars ran at Road America today, testing in preparation for the upcoming KOHLER Grand Prix. One car included a surprise driver.
Brad Keselowski took a day off from his regular job as a Team Penske NASCAR driver to hop into Simon Pagenaud’s No. 22 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet for a few exciting laps around the scenic 4.048-mile permanent road course.
In the second race that featured NASCAR’s new lower-downforce package, Joey Logano lowered the boom — again.
There was one major difference between Logano’s victory in Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway and his win May 21 in the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte. This one counted in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings and punched Logano’s ticket into the Chase playoffs.
NASCAR Pinty drivers are back
They’ll be racing on a quarter mile oval track at Autodrome Chaudière in the Beauce region this weekend. This race represents an enormous challenge for the driver of the Dodge Bumper to Bumper / Total no. 74, Kevin Lacroix, since he’ll be the competitor with the least amount of experience on this type of circuit.
Childress, Hendrick, Martin, Parks and Parsons Comprise Hall’s Eighth Class
NASCAR announced today the inductees who will comprise the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2017. The five-person group – the eighth since the inception of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2010 – consists of Richard Childress, Rick Hendrick, Mark Martin, Raymond Parks and Benny Parsons. In addition, NASCAR announced that Martinsville Speedway founder H. Clay Earles won the Landmark Award for Outstanding Contributions to NASCAR.