NASCAR in Canada has a new name and entitlement sponsor – one that’s familiar to race fans across the country. NASCAR and Pinty’s Delicious Foods Inc. announced today a six-year series entitlement sponsorship agreement of NASCAR’s Canadian-based series. Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, the series will be known as the NASCAR Pinty’s Series.
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“Our goal with the F1600 Championship is to continually grow the awareness of the sport”
Move Motorsports Management, promoters of the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship, and Fuel MediaLab jointly announced today a media partnership with TSN and ESPN Classic Canada to bring the excitement of Canadian Formula 1600 action to homes across the country.
Celebrating 45 years of passion for the Dumoulin family
Sitting in first place of the drivers’ championship while on the way to the home event, “Passion, Performance, and Partnerships” reaches whole new levels of meaning for Louis-Philippe Dumoulin, Mario Gosselin, crew chief, King Autosport, and the mechanical crew of the #47 WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare team.
National 250 – St-Eustache July 26, 2014
Leading driver standings by a ten-point advantage, Louis-Philippe Dumoulin, at the wheel of the #47 WeatherTech Canada/ Bellemare, will be on-track this Saturday July 26th on the oval track of Autodrome St-Eustache on which he will take part in the sixth event of the 2014 season of the NASCAR Canadian Tire series.
TSN live telecast on deck, full bilingual broadcast schedule announced
CTV, Canada’s most-watched television network for the past 10 years in a row, is broadcasting the 2013 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 season opener for the first time live from Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on Sunday, May 19.
Pat Richard (Squamish, BC) and Alan Ockwell (Toronto) of Subaru Rally Team Canada claimed victory at the Rally of the Tall Pines.
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.
Ray Jr. Courtemanche learning fast at the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series school of hard lessons
This was the first visit for the Bonzaï team at the famous 4 kilometre high-speed track set in rolling hills North-East of Toronto. Jumping into a professional series like the NCATS, on a new track and against experienced racers was a tall order for Ray Jr, but the challenge was exciting and he could not wait to get on the track and let loose.
Quaker State backing Robin buck in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series.
There is an exciting new team set to begin competition in the 2012 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. At a media briefing earlier this week it was officially announced that Martin Roy would compete for the 2012 rookie of the year title in the #90 Veloce/Gamache Truck Centre Dodge. Two time winner in last year’s NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Robin Buck will return to defend his wins at Circuit ICAR & the Grand Prix of Trois Rivieres in 2012.
TSN and RDS combine for bilingual coverage of all events
The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, Canada’s premier racing series, will have all of its 2012 events telecast in English and French on TSN, TSN2 and RDS2. TSN, Canada’s Sports Leader, has been the series’ television home since the series’ inception in 2007, while RDS2 is airing races for a second straight season.
Montreal brings out drama
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Wild finishes pepper series’ history at legendary track. Whether it’s the big stage in sharing billing with the NASCAR Nationwide Series or the speedy track etched in the annals of Canadian racing, the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series event at Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve never fails to bring out the competitive spirit of the drivers.