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SASKATOON, SASK. – Wednesday night at Wyant Group Raceway is one Cayden Lapcevich won’t forget about for a long time.
After scoring a pair of runner-up finishes in what he called ‘frustrating nights’ earlier this season, the 16 year-old Grimsby, Ontario native can finally celebrate.
Lapcevich took the lead in a tight battle with veteran Jason Hathaway midway through the race and held off former NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion L.P. Dumoulin late to score his first series victory in the Velocity Prairie Thunder 250 at Wyant Group Raceway.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2016 NASCAR Pinty’s Series will conclude its annual western swing with the Velocity Prairie Thunder 250 on Wednesday at Wyant Group Raceway in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Below is a statistical look at the performance of the series and selected drivers at the track:> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Alex Tagliani showed why he belongs in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series championship conversation after his dominating win on Saturday in Edmonton. He’ll try to stay hot Wednesday at Saskatoon’s Wyant Group Raceway.
The Lachenaie, Quebec, native enters the Prairie Velocity Thunder 250 on a two-race win streak and will try to become the first driver since Scott Steckly in 2013 to win three races in a row.
With the help of three wins, Tagliani has moved to third place in the standings – just 26 points behind leader Andrew Ranger.> More
WETASKIWIN, Alberta – Alex Tagliani might have missed the season opener, but halfway through the NASCAR Pinty’s Series 2016 season, he’s quickly becoming a contender for the championship.
Tagliani took the lead on Lap 88 and pulled away late in the caution-filled Alberta Has New Energy 300 Saturday at Edmonton International Raceway to pick up his third win of the season.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – As the 2016 season for the NASCAR Pinty’s Series nears the midway point Andrew Ranger has proven he is a contender for the championship.
The Roxton Pond, Quebec, native enters Saturday’s Alberta Has New Energy 300 with a 13-point advantage over rookie Cayden Lapcevich and Kevin Lacroix now third.
Ranger won the inaugural event at Edmonton International Raceway in 2014 after holding off L.P. Dumoulin and Jason Hathaway in a race that was extended to 316 laps due to a late caution.> More
TORONTO, Ontario – Alex Tagliani knew holding off Andrew Ranger on a green-white-checkered finish was going to be tough in the closing laps of the Pinty’s Grand Prix of Toronto – and the veteran was correct.
Tagliani edged Ranger by just .184 seconds to score the closest win in the history of the race held at Honda Indy Toronto. It was the second win of the season for Tagliani and fourth overall in his career.
Kevin Lacroix followed in third with L.P. Dumoulin and Kerry Micks rounding out the top five.> More