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SASKATOON, Sask. - It took everything Alex Labbe had to hold off D.J. Kennington to score his second NASCAR Pinty's Series win of the season in Race No. 1 of the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s at Wyant Group Raceway on Wednesday.
Labbe was able to make the pass around Kennington on Lap 75 and then hold the two-time series champion off in overtime to pick up the win in the first doubleheader for Canada's national stock car championship.> More
SASKATOON, Sask. - Kevin Lacroix is having a pretty good day so far at Wyant Group Raceway.
After leading the field of 20 cars throughout practice earlier in the day, he backed it up by winning his fourth career E3 Sprak Plugs Pole Award during qualifying for race #1 of the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s tonight in Saskatoon.
Lacroix was able to finish just .020 seconds ahead of Alex Labbe to win his second pole award on an oval track. Lacroix finished with a fast time of 14.645 seconds (81.857 mph) to put him on the top spot.> More
SASKATOON, Sask. - Kevin Lacroix is just fast no matter where he races this season.
The NASCAR Pinty's Series championship points leader enters the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s at Wyant Group Raceway winner of all three races on road courses this season and now he's showing everyone he's also fast on oval tracks too.
The St. Eustache, Quebec, driver paced the field with a fast lap time of 14.713 seconds (81.479 mph) during the one-hour practice session around the third-mile oval.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series will begin its annual western swing in Saskatoon and will feature something totally new for the series this season. This year, Wyant Group Raceway will be the first stop on the trip west and it’ll also be the first time in the history of the series that it will conduct a doubleheader on the same night. The Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s will be held 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. – After another successful event as part of the IndyCar weekend in Toronto with the running of the Pinty’s Grand Prix of Toronto, the NASCAR Pinty’s Series competitors are loading up their haulers and heading west.
The annual western swing for the series gets underway this week with a new twist for the drivers this season.> More
Toronto, Ont -- It only took Kevin Lacroix seven laps to get the lead, once he got there he didn't look back.
The 28-year-old driver from Saint- Eustache, Quebec, held off hard charges from Marc- Antoine Camirand, LP Dumoulin and Adam Andretti to win the Pinty's Grand Prix of Toronto Sunday at Exhibition Place.> More
Toronto, Ont -- Andrew Ranger continued his domination in Toronto by claiming the E3 Spark Plugs pole award Friday for Saturday's Pinty's Grand Prix of Toronto.
Ranger's No.27 Mopar Dodge set a blazing time of 1 minute 16.785 seconds (82.282 mph) around the 1.749 mile street course. Ranger, who is making his 100th career series start, was only one of two drivers to set a lap time faster than 1 minute 17 seconds.
The Roxton Pond, Quebec, driver's time was not fast enough to beat the track record of 1:16.260 set by Jason Bowles in 2011.> More
TORONTO, Ont -- Alex Tagliani was fastest during Friday's NASCAR Pinty's Series practice session for Saturday's Pinty's Grand Prix of Toronto at Exhibition Place.
The defending Pinty's GP winner from Lachenaie, Quebec, ran a quick lap of 1 minute 17.179 seconds (81.862mph) around the 1.749-mile temporary street course.
Tagliani's No.18 EpiPen/ Lowe's Dodge won the pole last race at ICAR, so it is clear he has brought the same fast pace to Toronto. Tagliani is also looking for his first win of 2017.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – After a successful return to Honda Indy Toronto last season the Pinty’s Grand Prix of Toronto is set to be held on the street course located near downtown Toronto for the second straight year. Below is a statistical look at the performance of the series at the road course and selected drivers:> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – After a successful return for the NASCAR Pinty’s Series to be a part of the IndyCar weekend in Toronto last season, Canada’s national championship for stock car racing is return to the popular event and headline Saturday's racing.
The Pinty’s Grand Prix of Toronto delivered as promised last season as Alex Tagliani and Andrew Ranger had the fans on their feet in the final laps of the race with Tagliani holding off Ranger in a green-white-checkered finish on the 2.82 kilometers (1.755-mile) course.> More