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The Dodge Drivers & Teams head to the .4 Mile oval in Quebec Canada to battal & tackle another tight flat bull ring, this time at the Autodrome St. Eustache. Allpar.com will present the race coverage LIVE via internet transcription from
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The full drivers entry list will be shown here later this week, stay tuned to Allpar for all the latest breaking motorsports news!


Race: Autodrome St. Eustache.

When: Saturday July 27th

Time: TBA later this week.



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Canadian Tire News & Notes - St. Eustache

Steckly Sticks With It After Slow Start


By Shon Sbarra, NASCAR

July 22, 2013 - 2:51pm





DAYTONA BEACH, Fla:

Slow starts can be the death of a championship run, but perseverance can save the day.

After a pair of finishes outside the top 20 to open the 2013 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 campaign, Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) has rallied with back-to-back victories in his last two starts to pull within just five points of the lead in the championship standings.

The season has a different look for the two-time series champion out of Milverton, Ontario. In his two title-winning seasons in 2008 and 2010, Steckly got off to a quick start and established himself at the top of the standings.


“We didn’t have a great start – that’s for sure,” said Steckly. “We weren’t about to quit, though. We just decided that we were going to really dig down and win as many races as we (could).”

The season opened for Steckly with an early accident on the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park near Bowmanville, Ontario that resulted in a 24th-place finish – followed by mechanical problems at Delaware (Ontario) Speedway, which led to a finish in the 21st position after a start from the pole.

We could have won those first two races. We had good cars,” Steckly said. “Those are just things that happen. It hasn’t been about poor performance. It’s just been bad luck. Hopefully, we’ve gotten all that out of the way for the season.”

Despite his superb results out west, Steckly is looking forward to a return to Autodrome St. Eustache (Quebec) where he picked up a July 2008 win en route to his first Canadian Tire Series title to go along with a July 2009 triumph.

“We’re definitely looking forward to going back to St. Eustache,” said the 13-time race winner. “We’ve won there in the past and always like going there.”

In four starts on the .4-mile Quebec oval Steckly has two other top-five performances in addition to the two victories.




FAST FACTS

The Race: This is the seventh event of the 2013 season for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 and the fifth of eight oval-track events on the schedule. This is the series’ fifth visit to the track and first since July 2010.

The Procedure: The starting field is 22 cars, including provisionals. The first 19 cars will qualify through two-lap time trials. The remaining three spots will be awarded through the provisional process. The race will be 250 laps covering 100 miles.

The Track: The Autodrome St. Eustache racing complex, located northwest of Montreal, consists of a .4-mile flat oval, a 1.7-kilometer road course and a .125-mile drag strip. There is also a karting track on the premises. The track was founded in 1965 as Fury Speedway de Fabreville, and the current configuration has been hosting various types of racing since 1970. The track was purchased by Alan Labrosse prior to the 2008 race season.

The Records: The one-lap qualifying record for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series at the track is 17.210 seconds (83.672 mph), set by D.J. Kennington on July 12, 2009. The 250-lap race record was established on July 3, 2010 by Kennington at 1 hour, 37 minutes, 21 seconds for an average speed of 61.633 mph.

ST. EUSTACHE NOTES

On The Lookout: D.J. Kennington (No. 17 Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge) won in the series’ last St. Eustache outing in 2010 and the two-time series and defending series champ is looking for his first trip to Victory Lane in 2013.

In A Bunch: Four drivers – Kennington, Scott Steckly, Louis-Philippe Dumoulin (No. 47 WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare Dodge) and Jason Hathaway (No. 3 Snap-on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink Dodge) – are separated by just six points atop the championship point standings with six races remaining on the schedule.

East Follows West: With the two-race swing through Western Canada in the books, the Canadian Tire Series now turns its attention to the eastern part of the country. The visit to St. Eustache is followed by another Quebec trip to Trois-Rivieres followed by the easternmost event on the docket at Riverside International Speedway in Antigonish, N.S.



Broadcast TV Schedule:


TSN, Sun., Aug. 4, 11 a.m. ET;

RDS2, Sat., Aug. 24, 11 p.m. ET;

RDS, Sun., Aug. 25, 10 a.m. ET



Race Schedule for Saturday July 27th

Noon-12:30 p.m. Practice

1-1:30 p.m. Final Practice

4:15 p.m. Qualifying

8:05 p.m. National 250 (250 laps, 100 miles)



Driver Entry List

CAR DRIVER/HOMETOWN TEAM OWNER CREW CHIEF

02 Kerry Micks, Mount Albert, Ont. Leland/BDI/Dickies Ford Susan Micks Rino Montanari

03 Elie Arseneau, Bedford, Que. Prime Racing/Circuit ICAR Dodge Marc Arseneau Vic Decker

3 Jason Hathaway, Dutton, Ont. Snap-On Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink Dodge Ed Hakonson Craig Masters

5 Noel Dowler, Sherwood Park, Alta. EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen Dodge Kevin Dowler Lawrence Roy

7 Peter Shepherd, Brampton, Ont. National Exhaust/Diamond Mat. Handling Dodge Sharon Shepherd Don Jacobson

09 Ryley Seibert, Williams Lake, B.C. * Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Dodge Trevor Seibert Keenan Magnant

15 Steven Mathews, New Liskeard, Ont. Bill Mathews Motors Ford Bill Mathews Steve Mifsud

17 D.J. Kennington, St. Thomas, Ont. Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge Doug Kennington Dave Wight

19 Brad Graham, Glencoe, Ont. Holmar Plumbing Dodge Reginald Arseneault Jeff Wernham

21 Jason White, Sun Peaks, B.C. Bowers & Wilkins Dodge Melissa McKenzie Brian Ellas

22 Scott Steckly, Milverton, Ont. Canadian Tire Dodge Scott Steckly Randy Steckly

28 Dave Connelly, Arnprior, Ont. Schneider's/Metro Dodge DJ Kennington Bill Burns

29 Ray Courtemanche Jr., Montreal, Que. La Cité De Mirabel Inc. Dodge Ray Courtemanche Jr. Tim Ellas

39 Alex Guenette, Terrebonne, Que. * Motos Illimitées/DLGL Dodge Dave Jacombs Mike Knott

47 L.P. Dumoulin, Trois-Rivieres, Que. WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare Dodge Marc Andre Bergeron Tyler Case

56 Larry Jackson, Oakville, Ont. Speedy Auto Service/B&B Decal Dodge Daniel Bray Ron Easton

60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr., Windsor, Ont. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil Dodge Ronald Beauchamp, Sr Deon Deneau

69 Trevor Seibert, Williams Lake, B.C. Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Dodge Trevor Seibert Al Lebert

84 J.R. Fitzpatrick, Ayr, Ont. Equipment Express Chevrolet John Fitzpatrick Don Thomson Jr.

90 Martin Roy, Napierville, Que. Batteries Expert/Gamache Dodge Normand Roy Mario Gosselin

97 Hugo Vannini, Repentigny, Que. VTI Motorsports Ford Yvon Vannini Yvon Vannini

98 Howie Scannell Jr., Milton, Ont. Trailers by Jim Bray Dodge James Bray Kevin Blacklock

99 Paul Jean, St. Eustache, Que. * BFI Chevrolet Derek White Robin McCluskey
 

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Analyzing The National 250


By Shon Sbarra, NASCAR

July 23, 2013 - 1:48pm

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.

The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 makes its second of three trips into Quebec on Saturday, July 27 for the National 250 presented by Public Mobile at Autodrome St. Eustache (Quebec). Below is a statistical look at the recent performance of selected drivers at St. Eustache, as well as some other statistical trends:

Autodrome St. Eustache Race Setup

• Scott Steckly has won two of the four ASE events and has finished inside the top five on all four occasions.

• D.J. Kennington has the best average starting position (2.5) of all active drivers at the track.

• Kerry Micks (Ford) won the pole position in the last series event at St. Eustache and has a top-10 finish in all four of his outings there.

• Four drivers – Kennington, Steckly, L.P. Dumoulin and Jason Hathaway – are within six points of each other atop the season standings.

NASCAR Canadian Tire Series At Autodrome St. Eustache

• This is the series’ fifth time to compete at St. Eustache with the last time on July 3, 2010.

• The race’s television premier is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 4 at 11 a.m. ET on TSN, Saturday, Aug. 24 at 11 p.m. ET on RDS2 and Sunday, Aug. 25 at 10 a.m. ET on RDS.

• St. Eustache is the only Quebec oval to have hosted a Canadian Tire Series race.

• In the previous four races at the track, there has been an average of 10.0 caution periods for 58.25 laps with earliest coming at Lap 10 in 2010 and the latest at Lap 247 in the May 2009 event.

• In four races at St. Eustache, the average finishing position for the pole sitter is 7.25 and the average starting position for the race winner is 6.75.

• There has been an average of 11.5 lead changes in four Canadian Tire Series races at ASE.

• Only one event – May 2009 – out of four has been extended past the 250-lap advertised distance.


Autodrome St. Eustache Data
Race: #7 of 12 (7/27/13)
Track Layout: .4-mile oval
Race Length: 250 laps (100 miles)



Records

1-Lap Qualifying: D.J. Kennington, Dodge, 17.210 seconds, 83.672 mph, July 12, 2009
250-Lap Race: D.J. Kennington, Dodge, 1 hr., 37 min., 21 sec., 61.633 mph, July 3, 2010




Race Winners


Scott Steckly ... 2
D.J. Kennington ... 1
Dave Whitlock ... 1

Pole Winners

D.J. Kennington 1
Kerry Micks ... 1
Scott Steckly ... 1
Don Thomson Jr. ... 1

Manufacturer Wins (I like this part!)
Dodge ... 4


Laps Led

Scott Steckly ... 327
Andrew Ranger ... 230
Kerry Micks ... 133


Selected Driver Information:

Ron Beauchamp Jr. (No. 60 Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil Dodge)
• Finished fifth in the 2010 ASE event.
• Has three top-10 finishes in four starts at the Quebec oval.
• Recorded back-to-back top-10 finishes on western swing.
• One of four drivers to start all 81 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series races.



Ray Courtemanche Jr. (No. 29 La Cité de Mirabel Dodge)
• Making track debut in this year’s National 250.
• Was voted by fans as the series’ Most Popular Driver in 2012.



Louis-Philipe Dumoulin (No. 47 WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare Dodge)

• Is making his first series start at ASE in the National 250.
• Registered his first Canadian Tire Series victory in the season opener on May 19 on the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
• Scored his first career pole win last season at Trois-Rivieres, Quebec.
• Was the 2011 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Rookie of the Year.
• Made his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut on Aug. 20, 2012 at Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.




Alex Guenette (No. 39 Motos Illimitées/DLGL Dodge)
• Making series track debut this season.
• Trails Ryley Seibert by just two points in rookie-of-the-year standings.



Jason Hathaway (No. 3 Snap-on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink Dodge)

• Registered a fourth-place finish in last ASE outing in 2010; his best finish in four starts at the track.
• Has recorded three straight top-10 finishes at the .4-mile oval.
• Has led 16 laps at St. Eustache.
• One of four drivers to start all 81 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series races.
D.J. Kennington (No. 17 Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge)
• Won in the series’ last ASE event in 2010.
• Finished as the runner-up in the 2008 and May 2009 races at the Quebec track.
• Has an average starting position of 2.5 in four St. Eustache starts.
• Tops the all-time Canadian Tire Series wins list with 18.
• Won 2010 and 2012 series championships.
• Scored a single-season series record of seven wins in 2012.
• One of four drivers to start all 81 NCATS races.




Martin Roy (No. 90 Batteries Expert/Gamache Dodge)
• Making his track debut this season.
• Won 2012 series Rookie-of-the-Year honors.


Ryley Seibert (No. 09 Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Dodge)
• Making track debut in this year’s National 250.
• Scored a season-best finish of eighth on July 20 at his home track – Motoplex Speedway.
• Leads series Rookie-of-the-Year standings this season.



Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge)
• Finished second to D.J. Kennington in series’ last visit to St. Eustache.
• Is a two-time winner at ASE having won in 2008 and May 2009.
• Has led a series-best 327 laps at the Quebec oval.
• His 13 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series victories rank third on the all-time list.
• Won 2008 and 2011 series championships.
• One of four drivers to start all 81 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series races.
 

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#Castrol Edge Dodge team is at St Eustache and ready to get the day started! #NCATS


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#NCATS drivers meeting coming up. #Castrol Edge Dodge on track at noon for practice at St Eustache


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Finishing touches going on #Castrol Edge Dodge before #ncats practice




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I've missed you @AutodromeASE ! Glad to be back, enjoy the #NCATS show. @Rockstar69CAN @Snapon_Tools




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Dodge Team & Driver Practice Session Results

Dodge teams in Bold
1st practice

Pos. No. Name Sponsor Best Tm Best Speed Diff

1 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 17.555 82.028

2 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 17.570 81.958 0.015

3 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 17.583 81.897 0.028

4 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 17.592 81.855 0.037

5 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 17.593 81.851 0.038

6 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce 17.631 81.674 0.076

7 02 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource 17.779 80.994 0.224

8 56 Larry Jackson Speed Auto Service/B&B Decals 17.801 80.894 0.246

9 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 17.884 80.519 0.329

10 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins 17.905 80.424 0.350

11 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports 17.957 80.192 0.402

12 39 Alex Guenette * Motos Illimitees, DLGL 17.979 80.093 0.424

13 28 Dave Connelly Schneider's/Metro 18.103 79.545 0.548

14 5 Noel Dowler EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen 18.118 79.479 0.563

15 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 18.129 79.431 0.574

16 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 18.187 79.177 0.632

17 99 Paul Jean * BFI Canada 18.205 79.099 0.650

18 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 18.277 78.788 0.722

19 98 Howie Scannell Jr. IGPC Ethanol Inc./K&B Auto Service 18.527 77.724 0.972


Final Practice

Pos. No. Name Sponsor Best Tm Best Speed Diff

1 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 17.228 83.585

2 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 17.339 83.050 0.111

3 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 17.418 82.673 0.190

4 39 Alex Guenette * Motos Illimitees, DLGL 17.448 82.531 0.220

5 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 17.450 82.521 0.222

6 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce 17.455 82.498 0.227

7 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 17.524 82.173 0.296

8 02 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource 17.587 81.879 0.359

9 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports 17.592 81.855 0.364

10 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 17.614 81.753 0.386

11 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 17.853 80.659 0.625

12 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins 17.897 80.460 0.669

13 56 Larry Jackson Speed Auto Service/B&B Decals 17.900 80.447 0.672

14 5 Noel Dowler EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen 17.908 80.411 0.680

15 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 17.909 80.406 0.681

16 28 Dave Connelly Schneider's/Metro 17.909 80.406 0.681

17 99 Paul Jean * BFI Canada 18.003 79.987 0.775

18 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 18.104 79.540 0.876

19 98 Howie Scannell Jr. IGPC Ethanol Inc./K&B Auto Service 18.266 78.835 1.038
 

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QUALIFYING: Beauchamp Wins ASE Pole

Tops Canadian Tire Time Trials For First Time This Season



ST. EUSTACHE, Quebec:

Ron Beauchamp Jr. won his first pole position of the season and fifth of his career Saturday for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 event at Autodrome St. Eustache.

Beauchamp had a lap of 17.307 seconds (83.203 mph) around the .4-mile oval to take the top spot for the National 250. It was his first pole since July of 2012 at Vernon.

Scott Steckly, who is coming off a pair of wins, qualified second at 17.315 (83.165), followed by Martin Roy at 17.334 (83.074).

J.R. Fitzpatrick (Chevrolet) and D.J. Kennington (Dodge) were fourth and fifth, respectively.

Rookie Alex Guenette (Dodge) qualified sixth, followed by Kerry Micks, L.P. Dumoulin, rookie Ryley Seibert and Hugo Vannini.

The green flag for the National 250 presented by Public Mobile is slated for 8:05 p.m EDT Saturday July 27th!



Pos No. Name Sponsor Best Tm Best Speed

1 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 17.307 83.203

2 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire/Sylvania 17.315 83.165

3 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce 17.334 83.074

4 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 17.360 82.949

5 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 17.363 82.935

6 39 Alex Guenette * Kawasaki/Motos Illimitees/DLGL 17.436 82.588

7 02 Kerry Micks Leland/BDI 17.491 82.328

8 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 17.518 82.201

9 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 17.656 81.559

10 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports 17.670 81.494

11 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 17.677 81.462

12 56 Larry Jackson Stratafax/B&B Decals 17.678 81.457

13 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 17.712 81.301

14 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 17.899 80.451

15 28 Dave Connelly Schneider's/Metro 17.975 80.111

16 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins 17.986 80.062

17 98 Howie Scannell Jr. K&B Auto/Trailers by Jim Bray 18.002 79.991

18 5 Noel Dowler EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen 18.017 79.925

19 99 Paul Jean * BFI Canada 18.107 79.527
 

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# 22 Scott Steckly Wins his 3rd race in a row & is now a threat to win the championship, Dodge wins 7th race in a row this year!


ST. EUSTACHE, Quebec:

Scott Steckly returned to a familiar place on Saturday night, Victory Lane at Autodrome St. Eustache after winning the National 250 presented by Public Mobile.

Steckly, out of Milverton, Ont., staged a heated battle with J.R. Fitzpatrick as the two exchanged the lead four times over the final 65 laps of the race. However, a Lap 243 spin by Fitzpatrick in Turn 4, while racing side-by-side with Steckly, paved the way for the No. 22 Canadian Tire/Sylvania Dodge.

“It was a lot of fun racing with J.R.,” said Steckly, who led a race-high 54 laps. “We got into each other a little bit, but nothing serious. It was just great short-track racing.”

It was Steckly’s third consecutive NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 victory and the 14th of his series career. Additionally, it was his third win in five starts on the .4-mile Quebec oval.

The St. Eustache track had not been on the schedule since July 2010, but the two-time series champion was glad to see it return to the lineup.

“We were happy to see St. Eustache back on the schedule,” he said. “We’ve done well here in the past and the fan support is amazing. Anytime you can come to a race track and get the kind of support we get here, it’s great to come back.”

Rookie Alex Guenette crossed the line in the second position for his best finish of the season and now has top-10 finishes in three of his last four starts.

“We’re really happy finally to get the finish we deserve – I think,” said 17-year-old, who gave a lot of credit to car owner and spotter Dave Jacombs. “Dave was great on the radio. He kept me calm and kept reminding me to not overdrive the car.”

After recovering from the late-race spin, third-place finisher Fitzpatrick again was left with a feeling of what could have been. He seemingly has been in the mix for the win every race this season, but the breaks have yet to fall his way.

“It was about survival tonight, but third is good for us in the points,” said Fitzpatrick. “Scott and I beat and banged each other a bit there and there’s nothing wrong with that. It was just great hard-nosed racing. I thought we were going to get that win tonight, but that (No. 22) was fast.”

Ron Beauchamp Jr. finished in the fourth spot after winning his fifth career pole position earlier in the day while Jason White followed with a season-best finish of fifth.

Louis-Philippe Dumoulin, Martin Roy, Trevor Seibert, Dave Connelly and Noel Dowler completed the top 10.

D.J. Kennington holds the series record for consecutive wins at five, a mark he established a season ago en route to his second series title.

With the victory, Steckly took the lead in the championship standings from Kennington, who finished the race in 16th after battling mechanical problems early in the race. Steckly now holds a 10-point advantage over Dumoulin and has a 15-point edge on Kennington. It’s the first time this season that the standings lead has been in double-digits.

The National 250 presented by Public Mobile will premiere on TSN at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday, Aug. 4. The French-language telecast will air on RDS2 at 11 p.m. ET on Saturday, Aug. 24 and at 10 a.m. ET on Sunday, Aug. 25 on RDS.







Final Race Results:


Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Points B/Points Status

1 2 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire/Sylvania Dodge 250 48 5 Running

2 6 39 Alex Guenette * Kawasaki/Motos Illimitées/DLGL Dodge 250 42 Running

3 4 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express Chevrolet 250 42 1 Running

4 1 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil Dodge 250 41 1 Running

5 16 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins Dodge 250 39 Running

6 8 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare Dodge 249 38 Running

7 3 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce Dodge 247 38 1 Running

8 11 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Dodge 247 36 Running

9 15 28 Dave Connelly Schneider's/Metro Dodge 246 35 Running

10 18 5 Noel Dowler EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen Dodge 244 34 Running

11 10 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports Ford 243 33 Running

12 19 99 Paul Jean * BFI Chevrolet 241 32 Running

13 14 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cité De Mirabel Inc. Dodge 239 31 Running

14 13 3 Jason Hathaway Snap-On Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink Dodge 219 31 1 Running

15 9 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Dodge 204 29 Engine

16 5 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge 185 28 Running

17 7 02 Kerry Micks Leland/BDI/Dickies Ford 138 27 Running

18 12 56 Larry Jackson Stratafax/B&B Decals Dodge 115 26 Ignition

19 17 98 Howie Scannell Jr. K&B Auto/Trailers by Jim Bray Dodge 26 25 Overheating


Video - # 22 Dodge Challenger - Winner Scott Steckly


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ljHzsxzWM-w


Audio: Scott Steckly

http://americaneg.vo.llnwd.net/o16/nascar/2013/2013hometracks/ncats/st.-eustache_072713/scott-steckly.MP3


Audio - Runner-up, Alex Gunette

http://americaneg.vo.llnwd.net/o16/nascar/2013/2013hometracks/ncats/st.-eustache_072713/alex-guenette.MP3
 

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Ron Beauchamp Jr. started the weekend’s National 250 race with the pole position, and ended in a top 5 finish. Beauchamp and his team made only minor adjustments to the #60 Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil Dodge in practice, as the vehicle ran well from the start. Beauchamp was the final vehicle to qualify and he earned pole position for the main event at the Autodrome St. Eustache. “Being the last car out and to stick it on the pole was a nice boost,” Beauchamp said after practice. Beauchamp, #60, was able to maintain his lead position for the first 50 laps of the contest and pitted for fuel at the first caution, still staying near the front of the field. Later, where contact with another car shook the hood loose and reduced his visibility. NASCAR backflagged #60 and called him to pit road to resolve the issue. Despite going down a lap, Beauchamp climbed back into the..

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