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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
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – At the start of the 2016 season for the NASCAR Pinty’s Series, there was a new level or excitement for the NASCAR-sanctioned division.
From brand new series sponsor – Pinty’s Delicious Foods, Inc. – coming on board this season with a new three-year deal to a return to Toronto, this season will be one of the most anticipated in the history of NASCAR’s only Canadian touring series.> More
MIRABEL, Quebec -- Not even a late-race caution could slow Andrew Ranger's return to Victory Lane at Circuit ICAR.
A year after coming up second on the 2.113-mile, 14-turn road course on the grounds of Montreal-Mirabel International Airport, Ranger dominated Sunday's Ecko Unlimited 100. It was the fourth win in six races at Circuit ICAR, and extended his NASCAR Pinty's Series career wins record to 22.
"It's almost a family here," Ranger said. "To win another race at home is fantastic."> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Kevin Lacroix made just his second career NASCAR Pinty’s Series start in this event last season but quickly made sure everyone in the field knew who he was right away.
Lacroix started fourth and quickly moved past Andrew Ranger on Lap 2 and never looked back in the Ecko Unlimited 100 to score his first NASCAR Pinty's Series win. The Saint-Eustache, Que, native also made history winning the first caution-free race in the history of the series.> More
VALLEE-JONCTION, Quebec -- It was finish that left the fans on their feet for the final 25 laps and long-time observers of the NASCAR Pinty's Series calling it one of the best races in the series' 10-year history.
In the end, it was 23-year-old Alex Labbe celebrating his first career win in front of his hometown crowd and 16-year-old Cayden Lapcevich with a second straight impressive runner-up finish.
Just how wild was the finish on the .25-mile banked oval?> More