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Dodge driver wins his fourth C-NASCAR Championship

by David Zatz on

Scott Steckly, driver of the No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge, won his fourth national championship in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series (NCATS), beating Jason Hathaway, Andrew Ranger and L.P. Dumoulin in a four-way fight for the championship in Ontario. At the age of 43, Mr. Steckly set a track record while qualifying.

He is the 33rd person in the history of NASCAR to win four or more touring or national series championships.

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Over half the races this season were won by a Dodge driver, with six of the Top 10 final points positions held by Dodge drivers. However, many used standard engines which are not made by Chrysler.

Andrew Ranger ended up in third place.

The pace car for the series was a 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, and a Ram 1500 and 3500 were used as safety vehicles. As in the past eight seasons, contingency funds were provided for the Dodge/Mopar Quick Three and Dodge/Mopar-powered Quick Three to recognize the fastest drivers in Dodge-bodied cars and those using a Mopar 5.9-litre V8. At the Pinty’s 250 at Kawartha Speedway, Steckly and Ranger won the top spots in each respective contingency.

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