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Time for another short track race, this time in British Columbia at the Motoplex Speedway & Event Park.

Canadian Tire Series News & Notes: Vernon

Passing Of The Torch For Seiberts

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Passing the torch from father to son is one of the most time-honored and fulfilling experiences there is.
For Trevor and Ryley Seibert that is what the 2013 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 is about. The bulk of Trevor’s career, that has included a stint in the Firestone Indy Lights series, is in his rearview mirror while 21-year-old Ryley is just embarking on his career that extends beyond the local level.

“I race for the enjoyment of it at this point,” said the elder Seibert. “And to gauge where Ryley is in his development. It’s not necessarily about beating me, but more to see how he reacts to things and matures as a racer.”
While the plan for advancement is not quite as accelerated as Ryley would like, it is one that is pragmatic and based on acquired skills.
“He needs to earn his way and learn the by Text-Enhance">business,” Trevor stated. “We’re just not going to move up for the sake of moving up. He’s going to need to prove that he belongs and can handle it. More is accomplished by earning it rather than having it handed to you. So, that’s how we’re looking at it.”
“I want to do more and more, but I understand where my (father) is coming from,” Ryley said. “I get impatient, but it’s definitely the best way to go.”
As a series rookie of the year contender, the younger Seibert has been to the top-finishing rookie in three of the four events this season and holds a slim lead over Alex Guenette in the rookie standings. Coming into the season the younger Seibert had five Canadian Tire Series starts under his belt.
“I think the progression has been good,” said Ryley. “There’s lots of room for improvement, but there always is.”
The Seiberts out of Williams Lake, B.C., get to compete before their home fans this week in the A&W Cruisin’ The Dub 300 on Saturday, July 13 at Motoplex Speedway and Event Park in Vernon, B.C. Doing well there has a number of benefits.
“Winning in front of friends and family is always special. Bragging rights are pretty fun, too,” said Trevor. “From a business point of view it’s good, as well. Sponsorship can come from some pretty strange places sometimes and local connections are often good for that.”
Ryley competes regularly at Motoplex in the local divisions and he would like nothing more than to put on a great show for his rivals there.
“It would be huge to have a great run there,” said Ryley.


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

The Procedure: The starting field is 24 cars, including provisionals. The first 21 cars will qualify through two-lap time trials. The remaining three spots will be awarded through the provisional process. The race will be 300 laps covering 150 miles.

The Track: The Motoplex Speedway half-mile banked tri-oval is 55 feet wide on the front and back straights, and 60 feet wide in the turns. Banking in Turns 1 and 2 is 11 degrees, while Turns 3 and 4 are banked at 14 degrees. The facility has seating for 7,500 spectators, including corporate hospitality facilities and VIP suites. The track's first event took place on August 12, 2000. The track was known as SunValley Speedway through the 2009 season.

The Records: The one-lap qualifying record for the Canadian Tire Series at the track is 18.168 seconds (99.075 mph), set by D.J. Kennington on July 31, 2010. The 300-lap race record was established on July 18, 2009 by Andrew Ranger at 1 hour, 52 minutes, 29 seconds for an average speed of 81.612 mph.

Motoplex Speedway Notes:

Favorites: If Motoplex Speedway is not Scott Steckly’s (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) favorite track, it should be. In six Canadian Tire Series starts at the track, the two-time series champion has a pair of wins, three second-place finishes and a third-place showing last season.

Long Road: After competing in Mirabel, Quebec on July 7, Canadian Tire Series teams will make the long trip west to British Columbia. The point-to-point trip covers over 2,500 miles across Canada.

Long Road, Part II: The 300-lap race on the half-mile tri-oval at Motoplex Speedway is the longest race on the series schedule. The other two 300-lappers on the schedule are at on third-mile tracks in Antigonish, N.S. and Barrie, Ontario.

Still Looking: With a sixth-place finish at Circuit ICAR points leader D.J. Kennington (No. 17 Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge) is still looking for his first win of the 2013 season. The defending series champion claimed his first Motoplex triumph last year.

Western Swing: This season’s swing through Western Canada consists of two races. The Motoplex Speedway event will be followed up by the Saskatoon event on Wednesday, July 17.

Brothers In Arms: Brothers Jason and Jim White – both British Columbia residents – will share the track for the first time this season and for competing teams. Jason’s car is prepared by DJK Racing while Jim’s Dodge will come out of the 22 Racing stable.

Come On Out: Joining the Canadian Tire Series at the British Columbia half-mile tri-oval will be the A&W Street Stocks. Ticket information for the event can be found at

LAST TIME OUT: Jiffy Lube 100
Still The King: Andrew Ranger continued his road-course dominance in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series by picking up his 14th series career road-racing victory since the series began in 2007. It was his 17th overall series win. Ranger also has nine career triumphs in his home province of Quebec.

More Like It: After a pair of sub-par performances to start the 2013 season by Scott Steckly, the two-time champion has recorded back-to-back second-place finishes to move up to seventh in the point standings.

Dumoulins Double Up: Brothers Jean-Francois (eighth) and Louis-Philippe Dumoulin (third) scored top-10 finishes at Circuit ICAR. It’s the fourth time in the Canadian Tire Series that both Trois-Rivieres, Quebec competitors registered top 10s in the same event.

Off And Running: Rookie Alex Guenette experienced a few bumps to the start the season, but the 17-year-old picked up his first series-career top 10 with a 10th-place finish in the Jiffy Lube 100 presented by Snap-on at Circuit ICAR.
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Race: A&W Cruisin’ The Dub 300

Place: Motoplex Speedway & Event Park, Vernon, B.C.

Date: Saturday, July 13

Time: 8:15 p.m. PT

TV Schedule: TSN, Sun., July 28, (in two weeks) 11 a.m. ET; RDS2, Sat., Aug. 3, 7 p.m. ET

Track Layout: Half-mile tri-oval

2012 Winner: D.J. Kennington

2012 Pole Sitter: Ron Beauchamp Jr.

Event Schedule:

Practice 1-1:30 p.m.;

Final Practice 2-2:30 p.m.;

Qualifying 5:15 p.m.;

Track Contact: Bob Newcombe, (250) 542-9090, [email protected]

Event Twitter Hashtag: #AW300

NASCAR IMC Contact: Kevin W. Green, (386) 566-8543 or [email protected], Twitter: @KevinW_Green

Dodge Driver & Team Entry List


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

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

09 Ryley Seibert, Williams Lake, B.C. * Lake Excavating/Marshall’s Dodge Trevor Seibert Keenan Magnant

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

20 Erica Thiering, Edmonton, Alta. * TBA Dodge Ron Thiering TBA

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

24 Jim White, Kamloops, B.C. TBA Dodge Scott Steckly Brian MacDonald

28 Cameron Hayley, Calgary, Alta. Cabinets by Hayley 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

49 Jason Hankewich, Kindersley, Sask. * TBA Dodge Jason Hankewich Kevin Hein

51 Nick Jewell, The Pas, Man. * Twin Motors Dodge Murray Haukaas Dave Hall

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

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

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

76 Jeff Lapcevich, Grimsby, Ont. Tim Hortons Dodge Sherri Lapcevich Chris Couvillon

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

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Dodge Teams Practice Results

1st Practice - Dodge teams in BOLD type

Pos No. Name Sponsor Best Tm Best Speed In Lap Laps Diff

1 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 18.518 97.203 9 19

2 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce/Gamache 18.546 97.056 13 27 0.028

3 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 18.646 96.535 11 15 0.128

4 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 18.743 96.036 16 22 0.225

5 5 Noel Dowler EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen 18.749 96.005 4 22 0.231

6 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 18.753 95.985 8 26 0.235

7 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 18.808 95.704 7 37 0.290

8 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 18.809 95.699 11 26 0.291

9 02 Mark Dilley Leland/BDI/Dickies 18.831 95.587 6 19 0.313

10 14 James Van Domselaar Steel-Craft Door Products 18.872 95.379 9 33 0.354

11 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins 18.925 95.112 10 37 0.407

12 24 Jim White AW Millwrights 18.948 94.997 18 19 0.430

13 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 19.027 94.602 13 45 0.509

14 39 Alex Guenette * Motos Illimitees, DLGL 19.030 94.587 10 32 0.512

15 51 Nick Jewell * Prairie Dodge Dealers 19.081 94.335 7 31 0.563

16 56 Larry Jackson Speed Auto Service/B&B Decals 19.126 94.113 13 40 0.608

17 28 Cameron Hayley * Cabinets by Hayley 19.159 93.951 14 16 0.641

18 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 19.188 93.809 7 22 0.670

19 83 Kelly Admiraal * William Scottsman of Canada 19.211 93.696 17 21 0.693

20 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 19.263 93.443 37 37 0.745

21 98 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource 24.062 74.807 3 3 5.544

22 76 Jason Hankewich* Get-A-Grip Tire - 0

Final Practice

1 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 18.474 97.434 4 14

2 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 18.489 97.355 28 31 0.015

3 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 18.564 96.962 8 29 0.090

4 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 18.568 96.941 3 27 0.094

5 24 Jim White AW Millwrights 18.591 96.821 6 19 0.117

6 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 18.597 96.790 24 33 0.123

7 39 Alex Guenette * Motos Illimitees, DLGL 18.636 96.587 19 31 0.162

8 5 Noel Dowler EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen 18.637 96.582 4 37 0.163

9 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 18.696 96.277 19 25 0.222

10 9 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 18.719 96.159 28 30 0.245

11 83 Kelly Admiraal * William Scottsman of Canada 18.739 96.056 3 22 0.265

12 2 Mark Dilley Leland/BDI/Dickies 18.785 95.821 18 25 0.311

13 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce/Gamache 18.837 95.557 4 42 0.363

14 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 18.852 95.481 23 40 0.378

15 76 Jason Hankewich* Get-A-Grip Tire 18.989 94.792 6 7 0.515

16 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins 19.084 94.320 7 41 0.610

17 14 James Van Domselaar Steel-Craft Door Products 19.093 94.275 5 32 0.619

18 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 19.239 93.560 14 55 0.765

19 51 Nick Jewell * Prairie Dodge Dealers 19.315 93.192 23 41 0.841

20 56 Larry Jackson Speed Auto Service/B&B Decals 19.421 92.683 1 23 0.947

21 28 Cameron Hayley * Cabinets by Hayley - 0

22 98 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource - 0

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Is Kennington the man to beat???

VERNON, B.C., Canada

NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Points leader D.J. Kennington set the pace Saturday afternoon as the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 went through a pair of practices at Motoplex Speedway.

Kennington had a lap of 18.474 seconds (97.434 mph) around the half-mile tri-oval in the second practice for the A&W Cruisin' The Dub 300 to post the best time of the day.

Scott Steckly was second fastest at 18.489 (97.355) in the second session and overall, while J.R. Fitzpatrick's lap of 18.518 (97.203) was fastest in the first practice and third overall.

Martin Roy and Jason Hathaway rounded out the top five. Jim White, L.P. Dumoulin, rookie Alex Guenette, Noel Dowler and Ron Beauchamp Jr. completed the top 10.

Kennington enters the event with a two-point lead over Dumoulin and three over Jeff Lapcevich.

Qualifying for the A&W Cruisin' The Dub 300 is scheduled for 5:15 pm PT and the green flag is 8:15 p.m.

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Scott Steckly ended a 17-race winless streak as he piloted the No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge Challenger to victory in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series A&W Cruisin' The Dub 300 at Motoplex Speedway in Vernon, British Columbia. Two-time NCATS champion Steckly, who has been the runner-up in the past two races, claimed the 12th checkered flag of his career, crossing the finish line 2.197 seconds ahead of Jason Hathaway in the No. 3 Snap-On Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink Dodge. Steckly is now fourth in the driver standings. In addition to a long-awaited win for Steckly, there were two other noteworthy events on Saturday: L.P. Dumoulin, who finished fifth, took over the series points lead by two points from 2012 NCATS champion D.J. Kennington, who came in ninth; Cameron Hayley came over from the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West to make his first start in NCATS racing and finished seventh in..

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Steckly Returns To Victory Lane

Ends Canadian Tire Drought With Win At Vernon

By Jason Christley, NASCAR
July 14, 2013 - 1:57am

VERNON, B.C., Canada – Scott Steckly finally got back to Victory Lane.
The two-time champion of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 broke a 17-race winless drought Saturday night in the A&W Cruisin' The Dub 300 at Motoplex Speedway.

It was his 12th career win and came after back-to-back runner-up finishes in the last two races for the Milverton, Ontario driver. It was also his third win in the last four races at the Vernon half-mile tri-oval.
Although he pulled away from runner-up Jason Hathaway to win by a margin of 2.197 seconds, Steckly said the final 100 laps involved plenty of hard charging.

“I thought when we got by Text-Enhance">tires with 130 to go that we were just going to ride for a bit, but there was no riding,” Steckly said. “Everybody was going just as hard as they could. I passed Jason and started to ride for a bit and then he passed me back. So, it was time to go.”

Steckly expressed a sense of relief at getting back to Victory Lane for the first time since September of 2011.
“We didn’t win at all last season and you begin to wonder if you’re ever going to win again,” he said.” To win here at Vernon is great. The fans here are amazing. We’re on a roll. We had two second-place finishes the last two races, now a win. We just want to keep the momentum going and go to Saskatoon to win.”

In a season in which many contenders have faltered, Steckly said it’s important to not give up.
“It just proves to you that you’ve got to just keep going for wins and trying to win races, because anything can happen,” he said. “You’ve just got to keep going hard every week and you can’t get down. And that’s what we did. I think we were 24th in points after two races. Now we’re fourth or fifth. So, you’ve just got to keep on going.”

Hathaway, meanwhile, hopes to build momentum from his second-place finish as the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series completes its West Coast swing on Wednesday, July 17, with the Velocity Prairie Thunder presented by Bayer CropScience at Auto Clearing Motor Speedway in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

“We had a good run,” Hathaway said of the Vernon event. “We led a bunch of laps. We made good adjustments. There hasn’t been a race this year that we haven’t made good adjustments. We can’t wait to get to Saskatoon. It’s always a good show and we run well there.”

Jim White, driving a car out of Steckly's shop, had a career-best third-place finish before a hometown crowd.
“This is really important,” White said. “These fans have been supporting us for so long. Without the fans, we wouldn’t be doing what we’re doing. The support we get is amazing.”

Mark Dilley was fourth, while L.P. Dumoulin finished fifth to take over the points lead from D.J. Kennington, who was ninth.

Ron Beauchamp Jr. was sixth, followed by Cameron Hayley, Ryley Seibert, Kennington and rookie Alex Guenette. Hayley, a NASCAR K&N Pro Series West regular and native of Canada, was making his NASCAR Canadian Tire Series debut. Pole-winner J.R. Fitzpatrick led the first 39 laps and ran with the leaders early, but ended up finishing 39 laps back in 19th after encountering mechanical trouble.

The A&W Cruisin' The Dub 300 will air Sunday, July 21 at 1:30 p.m. ET on TSN, and Saturday, Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. on RDS.

Dumoulin leads Kennington by two points in the championship standings – 191 to 189. Hathaway is third at 181, followed by Steckly at 177, Martin Roy at 171, Fitzpatrick at 169, Ryley Seibert at 160, Jason White at 153, Noel Dowler at 152 and Beauchamp at 152.

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8:16 LAP 1 - Fitzpatrick into the lead.

8:16 LAP 1 - CAUTION - Accident Turn 3 Ron Beauchamp and Larry Jackson.

8:17 LAP 2 - Both cars recovered and filled in at the back of the field.

8:18 LAP 4 - Appears to be minimal damage to Beauchamp. Left front of Jackson's car has crumpled hood and fender.

8:19 LAP 4 - Beauchamp and Jackson both make pit stops.

8:20 LAP 5 - No. 14 of James Van Domselaar was also involved in the event and has gone to the pits for repairs.


8:21 LAP 10 - Fitzpatrick charges out front.

8:22 LAP 11 - Kennington in pursuit, followed by Dumoulin.

8:23 LAP 14 - Fitzpatrick already leads by .664 seconds.

8:24 LAP 14 - Field is single file strung out around the track.

8:24 LAP 16 - Hathaway challenges Guenette for seventh.

8:24 LAP 18 - Hathaway gets the spot.

8:24 LAP 19 - Fitzpatrick and Kennington continue to pull away.

8:25 LAP 20 - Fitzpatrick leads Kennington, Dumoulin, Dilley and Steckly.

8:25 LAP 22 - Steckly looks to the inside of Dilley for fourth.

8:26 LAP 23 - Dilley, Steckly and Roy continue nose to tail.

8:26 LAP 25 - Steckly gets by Dilley and Roy follows him through.

8:27 LAP 28 - Nearly 3-second gap from second to third.

8:27 LAP 29 - Dilley trying to battle back on Roy for fifth.

8:29 LAP 31 - Cars are nose to tail from eighth to 14th.

8:29 LAP 33 - Fitzpatrick approaching lapped traffic with Kennington on his tail.

8:29 LAP 35 - Fitzpatrick goes to the outside around slower cars.

8:31 LAP 37 - Positions 11th through 15th continue tight

8:31 LAP 40 - Kennington takes lead

8:31 LAP 40 - Kennington, Fitzpatrick, Dumoulin, Steckly, Roy are top five.

8:34 LAP 46 - Larry Jackson will be Free Pass car.

8:35 Technical glitch - CAUTION for Noel Dowler slowing on the fronth stretch.

8:36 LAP 48 - Under caution, top 10: Kennington, Fitzpatrick, Dumoulin, Steckly, Roy, Hathaway, DIlley, Jim White, Beauchamp, Jason White.

8:37 LAP 49 - GREEN FLAG

8:37 LAP 50 - Kennington back into the lead.

8:37 LAP 51 - Top three nose to tail - Kennington, Fitzpatrick, Steckly.

8:38 LAP 52 - Dumoulin got caught up on that restart and dropped to fifth.

8:38 LAP 54 - Top 10 cars are single file.

8:39 LAP 56 - After starting at the back of the pack, Cameron Hayley has charged into the top 10.

8:40 LAP 58 - Jim White battles Dilley for seventh.

8:40 LAP 60 - Top five: Kennington, Steckly, Fitzpatrick, Hathaway, Dumoulin.

8:41 LAP 61 - Kelly Admiraal heads down pit lane after contact on the track.

8:41 LAP 63 - Hathaway battles Fitzpatrick for third.

8:42 LAP 65 - Hathaway gains the third spot.

8:42 LAP 65 - Admiraal returns to competition.

8:43 LAP 67 - Steckly shadows Kennington for the lead.

8:43 LAP 68 - More than 2-second gap from second to third.

8:44 LAP 70 - Four cars nose-to-tail for third - Hathaway, Fitzpatrick, Dumoulin and Jim White.

LAP 73 - Dilley challenges Roy for seventh.

8:45 LAP 73 - Micks pulled off the track at the first caution and appears done for the night.

8:46 LAP 76 - Kennington leads Steckly by .574 seconds.

8:46 LAP 78 - Lead lap cars continue to work through slower traffic.

8:56 Kennington continues to lead.

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8:59 Lap 120 - Kennington, Steckly, Dumoulin, Hathaway, Jim White, Dilley, Hayley, Fitzpatrick, Beauchamp. Roy.

9:01 Lap 120 - Steckly gets the lead.

9:02 LAP 122 - Steckly leads by .416 seconds.

9:04 LAP 122 - Field rundown - Steckly, Kennington, Dumoulin, Hathaway, Jim White, Dilley, Hayley, Beauchamp, Fitzpatrick, Roy, Jason White, Ryley Seibert, Guenette, Jackson - all lead lap.

9:05 LAP 132 - Dumoulin moves to second.

9:06 LAP 138 - 10 cars remain on lead lap.

9:06 LAP 140 - Steckly leads Dumoulin, Kennington, Hathaway, Hayley.

9:07 LAP 141 - Hayley has charged from the back of the pack to the top five. He had to drop to the back for the start because of unapproved adjustments.

9:07 LAP 143 - Fitzpatrick slows down front stretch.

9:08 LAP 143 - CAUTION No. 3 - Fitzpatrick started to head down the pit lane and then went back on track and slowed to a stop.

9:09 LAP 145 - Under caution, to 10 rundown: Steckly, Dumoulin, Hathaway, Kennington, Hayley, Dilley, Jim White, Beauchamp, Jason White, Ryley Seibert.

9:11 LAP 147 - Teams prepare for pit stops.

9:11 LAP 148 - Steckly leads field down pit lane.

9:12 LAP 148 - Some leaders took fuel, some took right side tires.

9:12 LAP 149 - Kennington took right side tires first stop and came back on the next lap for fuel.

9:13 LAP 150 - Hathaway inherited the lead during the caution as leaders made pit stops.

9:14 LAP 151 - Dowler is in the pits with hood up.

9:15 LAP 153 - Jason White is Free Pass car.

9:15 LAP 152 - Fitzpatrick was pushed to the garage.

9:16 LAP 152 - When Hathaway headed to the pits, Dumoulin took over the lead.

9:17 Note: Field was given the halfway signal under this caution.

9:17 LAP 156 - GREEN FLAG

9:18 LAP 157 - Dumoulin noses out front.

9:18 LAP 158 - Steckly slides into second, with Dilley third.

9:19 LAP 160 - Dumoulin, Steckly, Dilley, Beauchamp, Hathaway.

LAP 164 - Hathaway charges past Steckly and then goes past Dumoulin for the lead.

9:21 LAP 166 - Kennington appeared to be one of the only leads to pit twice under the most recent caution. Now he is battling back to the front.

9:22 LAP 169 - Hathaway has pulled away by more than four seconds. Kennington has made it up to second.

9:24 LAP 174 - Rundown under caution: Hathaway, Kennington, Beauchamp, Dumoulin, Jim White, Steckly, Dilley, Hayley, Jason White, Ryley Seibert.

9:24 LAP 176 - Ryley Seibert is Free Pass car.

9:26 LAP 177 - Many leaders head to pit lane.

9:26 LAP 178 - Kennington takes on fuel, Hayley takes on right side tires.

9:28 LAP 178 - Dumoulin takes on fresh right side tires. Steckly stops also. Dilley takes on left side tires.

9:30 LAP 180 - Top 10: Hathaway, Kennington, Beauchamp, Hayley, Jim White, Steckly, Dilley, Dumoulin, Ryley Seibert, Jason White.

9:30 LAP 182 - Fitzpatrick returns to competition - 40 laps down.

9:31 LAP 183 - Dumoulin returns to the pits, as his crew works on the right rear again.

9:32 LAP 184 - Eight cars on lead lap.

9:32 LAP 185 - GREEN FLAG

9:33 LAP 185 - Hathaway into the lead, with Beauchamp into second and Kennington third.

9:33 LAP 188 - Steckly charges to inside of Hayley for fifth.

9:33 LAP 189 - Hathaway and Beauchamp pull away slightly.

9:34 LAP 190 - Jim White gets by Kennington for third.

9:34 LAP 191 - Kennington slips back to sixth.

9:35 LAP 194 - Steckly looks to get to the inside of Jim White for third.

9:35 LAP 196 - Steckly makes the move stick.

9:36 LAP 197 - Dilley tries to follow Steckly to the inside of White.

9:36 LAP 198 - Dilley and White still side by side.

9:37 LAP 199 - Dilley gets the fourth spot.

9:37 LAP 200 - Hathaway, Beauchamp, Steckly, Dilley, Jim White, Kennington, Hayley, Ryley Seibert, Dumoulin, Jackson.

9:38 LAP 202 - Lead lap cars single file working past slower traffic.

9:38 LAP 204 - Hathaway leads by 1.519 seconds over Beauchamp.

9:39 LAP 205 -CAUTION No. 5 - Ryley Seibert spins in Turn 4 after contact with Beauchamp.

9:40 LAP 206 - Rundown under caution: Hathaway, Beauchamp, Steckly, Dilley, Jim White, Kennington, Hayley, Ryley Seibert, Dumoulin, Jackson.

9:41 LAP 210 - No Free Pass car this caution.

9:43 LAP 209 - Cameron Hayley one of the few lead lap cars to pit. Also, Larry Jackson pits.


LAP 215 - Hathaway charges back out front.

LAP 215 - Steckly into second, with Beauchamp in third.

LAP 218 - Steckly charges to the inside of Hathaway for the lead.

LAP 220 - Steckly, Hathaway, Beauchamp, Dilley, Kennington.

LAP 222 - Top eight cars are single file, nose-to-tail

LAP 223 - Jason White gets caught on the outside of three-wide racing in Turn 2 and drops positions

LAP 225 - Hathaway dives to the inside of Steckly for the lead.

LAP 226 - Hathaway back out front, with Steckly charging after him.

LAP 228 - CAUTION No. 6 - Sparks from the right front of Van Domselaar.

LAP 230 - Dumoulin is Free Pass car.

LAP 230 - Eight cars on lead lap, with Dumoulin.

LAP 231 - Dilley only lead lap car to head to the pits. Appeared to be quick suspension adjustment.


LAP 235 - Hathaway and Steckly side by side around the track

LAP 236 - Top two remain side by side

LAP 238 - Hathaway holds lead over Steckly and Kennington.

LAP 238 - Top three pull away slightly.

LAP 229 - Nose to tail for fourth through eighth

LAP 240 - Hathaway, Steckly, Kennington, Jim White, Beauchamp, Dilley, Hayley, Domoulin, Guenette, Ryley Seibert

LAP 243 - Steckly looks to inside of Hathaway for lead

LAP 244 - Steckly gets lead and Kennington follows him through

LAP 245 - Jim White charges to the inside of Hathaway for third.

LAP 247 - White and Hathaway still side by side for third

LAP 247 - Kennington trying to find way around Steckly

LAP 249 - Kennington off pace with apparent tire issue.

LAP 248 -CAUTION No. 7 - Kennington slows in front stretch with flat right rear tire.

LAP 250 - Ryley Seibert is Free Pass car.

LAP 251 - Rundown under caution: Steckly, Jim White, Hathaway, Beauchamp, Dilley, Hayley, Dumoulin, Kennington, Ryley Seibert, Guenette.


LAP 255 - Steckly charges back into the lead.

LAP 256 - Kennington being black flagged for causing the caution.

LAP 258 - Jim White and Hathaway battle for second.

LAP 259 - Steckly quickly opens up lead while White and Hathaway battle side by side.

LAP 260 - Steckly leads by .821 seconds over Jim White, Hathaway, Dilley, Beauchamp

LAP 263 - Jim White closes gap slightly on Steckly.

LAP 265 - White to within .253 seconds of Steckly.

LAP 268 - White to the inside of Steckly

LAP 269 - Leaders to the inside of Kennington to put him a lap down.

LAP 270 - Steckly has opened up a gap over Jim White.

LAP 272 - Steckly has stretched that lead to .871 seconds.

LAP 274 - Field has strung out single file around the track.

LAP 275 - 25 laps to go

LAP 276 - Leaders have cleared lapped traffic for the moment.

LAP 277 - CAUTION No. 8 - Cars of Van Domselaar and Ryley Seibert get together in Turn 2.

LAP 279 - Kennington is Free Pass car.

LAP 280 - Rundown under caution: Steckly, Jim White, Hathaway, Dilley, Beauchamp, Dumoulin, Hayley, Ryley Seibert, Kennington, Guenette.

LAP 280 - 11th-20th : Roy, Jackson, Jason White, Trevor Seibert, Van Domselaar, Courtemanche, Admiraal, Jewell, Fitzpatrick, Dowler.


LAP 285 - Steckly into the lead.

LAP 285 - Jim White and Hathaway battle for second.

LAP 286 - Hathaway gains the second spot.

LAP 287 - Steckly pulling away.

LAP 288 - Steckly leads by nearly a second as Hathaway contends with White.

LAP 289 - White continues to look to the inside of Hathaway.

LAP 290 - Hathaway holds onto second.

LAP 291 - Dilley looking to pressure for third.

LAP 293 - Steckly leads by 1.443 seconds.

LAP 294 - Hathaway pulls away from White.

LAP 296 - Domoulin looks to get around Beauchamp.

LAP 298 - Cars sixth-10th nose to tail.

LAP 299 - White flag to Steckly.

LAP 300 - Steckly wins the A&W Cusin the Dub 300

UNOFFICIAL TOP 10: Steckly, Hathaway, Jim White, Dilley, Dumoulin, Beauchamp, Hayley, Ryley Seibert, Kennington, Guenette.

Scott Steckley Post race interview

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