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ANTIGONISH, Nova Scotia -- Persistent inclement weather prompted NASCAR officials to postpone Saturday's Bumper To Bumper 300 at Riverside International Speedway.
The NASCAR Pinty's Series race will be held Sunday, Aug. 20 at 1 p.m. AT.
Weather had previously washed out qualifying Saturday afternoon. DJ Kennington, who posted the fastest time in practice, will start on the pole and Kevin Lacroix will join him on the front row.> More
ANTIGONISH, N.S -- DJ Kennington's fast time in practice will mean he'll start on the pole for Saturday night's Bumper to Bumper 300 at Riverside International Speedway after weather washed out qualifying.
Because the series got in a practice session, the rule book dictates the starting lineup is set by practice speeds. That means Kennington, who has two previous wins at Riverside in 2010 and 2012, will lead the field to green.> More
ANTIGONISH, N.S -- D.J Kennington was quickest during Saturday's NASCAR Pinty's Series practice session for the Bumper to Bumper 300 at Riverside International Speedway.
The 40-year-old driver from St. Thomas, Ontario set a blistering lap time of 14.385 seconds (83.337mph) around the .333 mile oval to top the speed charts.
Kennington's No.17 Castrol Edge Dodge has visited Victory Lane twice on the high banks at Riverside, it was very clear that he brought the same fast pace with him this weekend.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series will return to Riverside International Speedway in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, on Saturday for the annual Bumper To Bumper 300. Below is a statistical look at the performance of the series and selected drivers at the track:> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – In the 11-year history of the NASCAR Pinty’s Series, there has been four tracks host an event every season and the series will make its 11th stop at one stop at Riverside International Speedway for the Bumper To Bumper 300 this weekend.
The race will be held on Saturday, Aug. 19 and fans can once again expect 300 laps of side-by-side competition on the high-banked and very fast .333-mile speedway.> More
Trois-Rivières, Que -- It took Alex Tagliani just over a year, but he finally found his way back to Victory Lane by winning Le 50 Tours CanAm on Sunday.
The Lachanaie, Quebec, driver took the lead on Lap 28 from Andrew Ranger and didn't look back. Despite hard charges from Ranger and an overtime finish, Tagliani and his No.18 Lowe's/EpiPen/St.Hubert Dodge captured the win for the first time since Edmonton last season. The GP3R victory also marked Tagliani's first NASCAR Pinty's Series win on the historic road course.> More
Trois-Rivières, Que -- Andrew Ranger has earned many accolades at Circuit Trois-Rivières and he added one more to his resume Saturday by winning the NASCAR Pinty's Series pole for Sunday's Le 50 Tours CanAm.
The Roxton Pond, Quebec, driver logged a time of 1 minute 06.959 seconds (82.259 mph) to claim his fourth pole at the historic Quebec road course. He heads into tomorrow's race never finishing worse than second in his previous ten starts at GP3R.> More
TROIS-RIVIÈRES, Que -- Alex Tagliani set the pace during Saturday's sole NASCAR Pinty's Series practice session for Sunday's Le 50 Tours CanAm at Circuit Trois-Rivières.
The 43-year-old driver from Lachenaie, Quebec, ran a lap time of 1 minute, 7.742 seconds (81.203mph) around the 1.53-mile temporary street course.
Tagliani's No.18 Lowe's/EpiPen/St.Hubert Dodge has been quick at the previous three road courses this season, and it is clear he's continuing the trend Trois-Rivières.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series will head to Quebec for the third time this season for the Can-Am Le 50 Tours on Sunday at Circuit de Trois-Rivieres. Below is a statistical look at the performance of the series and selected drivers at the track:> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – After losing the championship points lead out west, Kevin Lacroix looks to get back on track this week and it couldn’t come at a better time for him.
Lacroix, who now trails Alex Labbe by 10 points for the NASCAR Pinty’s Series championship lead, joins his fellow Quebec driver as the only drivers to score three wins this season. Lacroix can also become the second driver in the history of the series to pick up his third consecutive win at a track if he can capture the checkered flag in the Can-Am Le Tours 50 this Sunday.> More