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D.J. Kennington heads into the Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 on Sunday, Sept. 1 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park near Bowmanville, Ontario, trailing Scott Steckly by just four points in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship standings. Matthew Murnaghan/NASCAR



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Kennington Likes Pressure Of Points Race

By Shon Sbarra, NASCAR
August 26, 2013 - 4:16pm




DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – There was a time not all that long ago that D.J. Kennington struggled in pressure situations. Now, he thrives on them.

Before winning the 2010 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship Kennington had the proverbial monkey on his back. After several near championship misses in CASCAR – the Canadian Tire Series’ predecessor in Canada – and a couple of tough-luck finishes in the series’ very early years, the St. Thomas, Ont., driver closes with the best of them them these days with two titles and 19 series career victories.

“There was a time when I didn’t get it done at crunch time,” said the driver of the Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge. “Experience is the key to everything, though. You learn what to look out for and know what to expect.”

The championship battle in the Canadian Tire Series has never been closer. Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) has a slim four-point advantage on Kennington heading into the Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200.

“I love it,” says Kennington of the tight points race. “I think I have the best team in the business, so we’re ready for whatever comes our way down the stretch.”

It has been a season unlike any other in the previous six in series history. While the competition has always been tight, there was always a rabbit out front setting the pace. That’s not the case this year with adversity of some sort striking each of the teams at various points throughout the year.

“We’ve all had some bad luck this year, but everyone has battled back,” said Kennington. “The points lead has never been more than 10 or so. It’s wide open.”

Racing on the road course at CTMP is not a new experience for Kennington, but this event will be a little different from the previous six series events at the track. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will make its Canadian debut and a handful of regulars from that series will tackle both races in the first-time companion event.

“I’m not sure how those guys will impact that race,” said the two-time Canadian Tire Series champ. “They’re obviously great drivers and they’ll be in good cars. I know they are just looking for track time, but racers want to win. We’ll just have to wait and see how it plays out.”

With 38 cars on the entry list, a full field of 34 cars is expected to start Sunday’s race in front of a live television audience on TSN2.

“It’s going to be a great show,” said Kennington. “Let’s line them up and get started.”


FAST FACTS

The Race: This is the 10th event of the 2013 season for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 and the last of four road-course events on the schedule. This is the series’ eighth visit to the road course at CTMP. It’s first time for a second visit in a season to the iconic circuit after opening the season there in May.

The Procedure: The starting field is 34 cars, including provisionals. The first 29 cars will qualify through NASCAR road-race style (group) qualifying. The groups will be determined by practice times. The remaining five spots will be awarded through the provisional process. The race will be 51 laps covering 201.8 kilometers (125.4 miles).

The Track: Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, formerly known as Mosport International Raceway, is Canada's largest motorsports complex. The 750-acre, multi-track facility is located within the Greater Toronto Area, north of Bowmanville, Ont. CTMP features the 2.459-mile road course; a half-mile, paved oval; a 2.4-kilometer advanced driver and race driver training facility and a 1.4-kilometer kart track. The facility opened in 1961 and has hosted stock car, Formula 1 and IndyCar events over the years. The road-course track was resurfaced in 2000 and widened to 40 feet. Canadian Tire acquired the naming rights to the facility in early 2012 and new ownership has made several improvements to the facility over the last two years.

The Records: The single-lap qualifying record is held by J.R. Fitzpatrick and was set on May 18, 2013 at 106.289 mph (83.286 seconds). Andrew Ranger holds the race record at 1 hour, 26 minutes, 39 seconds for an average speed of 86.838 mph on June 17, 2007.

The History: In the previous seven NASCAR Canadian Tire Series events on the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, J.R. Fitzpatrick (2008, 2010 and 2012) and Andrew Ranger (2007, 2009) have accounted for five of the seven wins. D.J. Kennington claimed his first series road-course victory in 2011 while Louis-Philippe Dumoulin scored his first career win in May. Ranger has claimed three starts from the pole while Steckly has two. Fitzpatrick won the pole position in the first visit this year. Qualifying in 2011 was rained out.

CTMP RACE NOTES

A Picture Paints A Thousand Words: Fans not able to attend the Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200 can still watch much of the action. Qualifying video from 4-5 p.m. ET on Saturday will be streamed live on the NASCAR page at www.tsn.ca website while the race will be telecast live on TSN2 with coverage beginning at 11 a.m. on Sunday.

Strange Look: Andrew Ranger, a two-time winner on the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, will not be with his familiar Jacombs Motorsports team. Instead he will be in a DJK Racing entry. He’ll be in the same car that Alex Tagliani drove to the pole at Trois-Rivieres, Que.

Track Time For Truck Drivers: The CTMP road course is familiar turf for Canadian Tire Series competitors, but it’s uncharted territory for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series which is making its Canadian debut. James Buescher, NASCAR Next member Jeb Burton, Ty Dillon and Chad Hackenbracht are making the most of the opportunity to gain valuable track time by doing double duty this weekend. On the flipside, Canadian Tire Series regulars Martin Roy (No. 90 Batteries Expert/Gamache/Veloce Dodge) and rookie Alex Guenette (No. 39 Kawasaki/Motos Illimitées/DLGL Dodge) will make their Camping World Truck Series debuts.

Not Much Wiggle Room: Just 10 points separate the top three drivers in the championship standings. Scott Steckly leads D.J. Kennington by just four points and Jason Hathaway (No. 3 Snap-on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink Dodge) is a close third. Kennington is the only one of the three with a road-course win at CTMP to his credit having taken the checkered flag there in 2011.

Duking It Out: Series rookie-of-the-year contenders Guenette and Ryley Seibert (No. 09 Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Dodge) are in a virtual dead heat for the 2013 honors. The two are tied atop the rookie standings with Seibert holding a slim two-point advantage in the drivers point standings – the tiebreaker for the competition.


RACE: Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200

PLACE: Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville, Ont.

DATE: Sunday, Sept. 1

TIME: 11:06 a.m. ET

TV SCHEDULE: TSN2, Sun., Sept. 1, 11 a.m. ET (LIVE); RDS2, Fri., Sept. 27, 8 p.m. ET

TRACK LAYOUT: 2.459-mile permanent road course




Race Schedule

Saturday, Aug. 31



10:40-11:45 a.m. Practice

1:10-1:55 p.m. Final Practice

4 p.m. Qualifying


Sunday, Sept. 1

11 a.m. Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 (51 laps, 125.4 miles, 201.8 kilometers)




Driver Entry List - Dodge Drivers in Bold type



CAR DRIVER/HOMETOWN TEAM OWNER CREW CHIEF


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

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

04 J.F. Dumoulin, Trois-Rivieres, Que. Bellemare/Bernier Crepeau Dodge Paul Corbeil Dany Emond

4 Ty Dillon, Welcome, N.C. Fitzpatrick Motorsports Chevrolet John Fitzpatrick Ted McAlister

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

7 Jeb Burton, Halifax, Va. State Water Heaters Dodge Sharon Shepherd Don Jacobson

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

9 Curtis Fielding, Minden, Ont. * Fielding Estate Winery Ford Susan Micks Terry Wilson

14 James Van Domselaar, Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Steel-Craft Door Products Chevrolet James Van Domselaar Steve Yakimchuk

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 Ford Reginald Arseneault Jeff Wernham

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

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

24 James Buescher, Plano, Texas TBA Dodge Scott Steckly Brian MacDonald

25 Joey McColm, Ajax, Ont. TSC Stores/Canada's Best Store Fixtures Dodge Bud Morris Frank Millman

27 Chad Hackenbracht, New Philadelphia, Ohio Jacombs Racing Dodge Dave Jacombs Bill Burns

28 Andrew Ranger, Roxton Pond, Que. La Cité de Mirabel Inc./Plancher2000.ca Dodge D.J. Kennington TBA

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

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

42 Peter Klutt, Halton Hills, Ont. Legendary Motorcar Chevrolet Peter Klutt John Fletcher

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

55 Dexter Stacey, Kahnawake, Que. Bully’s Truck Stop Dodge Kristin Hamelin Dave Ingram

56 Howie Scannell Jr., Milton, Ont. IGPC Ethanol/K&B Auto Dodge Daniel Bray Kevin Blacklock

59 Gary Klutt, Halton Hills, Ont. * K-Line/Legendary Motorcar Chevrolet Peter Klutt Bob Roney

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

66 Robin Buck, Campbellville, Ont. Quaker State Dodge Sandra D'Angelo Frasor Bull

67 David Thorndyke, Oshawa, Ont. LubeSource/Thorsons EVT Chevrolet David Thorndyke Adam Thorndyke

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

71 Daniel Bois, Bracebridge, Ont. * Thermal Technology Services Dodge Patrice Brisebois TBA

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

81 Larry Jackson, Oakville, Ont. B&B Decals/Touchwood Cabinets Dodge Brian Barton Ron Easton

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

88 Marc-Antoine Camirand, St. Léonard-d'Aston, Que. * White Motorsports Chevrolet Derek White Robin McCluskey

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

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

98 Matthew Scannell, Milton, Ont. * Trailers by Jim Bray Dodge James Bray TBA

99 Paul Jean, Mirabel, Que. * BFI Canada/VIP Poker Chevrolet Derek White Brandon White



Manufacturer count


Dodge - 25 cars

Chevrolet - 7 cars

Ford - 4 cars

Total - 35 cars



If you look at the driver entry list, Truck Series regulars Jeb Burton, Chad Hackenbracht, & James Buescher who usually drive Chevrolet or Toyota are drive in a Dodge this week!
 

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I have searched for such an item & it does not seem to exist. Our old pirated channel - Nowwatchtvlive.com is no longer on the web.

Any help would GREATLY be appreciated to every NASCAR fan on this forum who would rather watch the Dodge Challenger in a NASCAR race over the Viper in ALMS.

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Canadian Tire Series Stat Advance: CTMP
Analyzing The Pinty's Presents The Clarington 200


By Shon Sbarra, NASCAR
August 27, 2013 - 2:02pm


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.:

The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 makes a second visit to the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park near Bowmanville, Ont., for the first time this season. Practice and qualifying for the Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200 is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 31 and the race is set to be contested on Sunday, Sept. 1. Below is a statistical look at the recent performance of selected drivers at the track, as well as some other statistical trends:


CTMP Race Setup

• Andrew Ranger has two wins and three poles in five Canadian Tire Motorsport Park road course starts for an average starting position of 2.2 and average finish of 2.8.
• J.R. Fitzpatrick (Chevrolet) leads series drivers with three road course victories at CTMP and has six top-three finishes in seven tries.
• D.J. Kennington’s worst finish in seven starts on the road course is sixth in 2010.
• Eight drivers on the entry list have not yet raced on the legendary Canadian circuit.


NASCAR Canadian Tire Series At Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

• This is the series’ eighth visit to the historic road course nestled in the hills of Ontario.

• This is the series’ first time to visit the road course at CTMP twice in one season.

• The Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200 is 201.8 kilometers in length.

• The Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200 will be telecast live on TSN2 with coverage beginning at 11 a.m. ET, and air on a tape-delayed basis on RDS2 on Friday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. ET.

• In the seven previous events, there has been an average of 2.7 caution periods for an average of 10.1 laps with a record six cautions for 21 laps in 2011.

• The earliest caution has come at Lap 3 (2011); the latest on Lap 48 (2008).

• The average starting position of the winner is 2.1 and the average finish of the pole sitter is 6.1.

• The lead has changed hands an average of 6.1 times in six events including a record nine lead changes in 2012 after seven in 2011.

• Only once (2008) has the race been extended past the advertised distance of 51 laps.

• The closest margin of victory is .338 seconds by J.R. Fitzpatrick in 2012 and the largest belongs to Andrew Ranger in 2009 at 6.678 seconds.

• All three series manufacturers have been to Victory Lane – Chevrolet with J.R. Fitzpatrick, Dodge with D.J. Kennington and L.P. Dumoulin, and Ford with Andrew Ranger.



CTMP Data

Race: #10 of 12 (9/1/13)

Track Layout: 2.459-mile road course

Race Length: 51 laps (125.4 miles, 201.8 kilometers)

Records

1-Lap Qualifying: J.R. Fitzpatrick, Chevrolet, 83.286 seconds, 106.289 mph, May 18, 2013

51-Lap Race: Andrew Ranger, Ford, 1 hr., 26 min., 39 sec., 86.838 mph, June 17, 2007


Race Winners (Bold are Dodge Drivers)

J.R. Fitzpatrick ... 3
Andrew Ranger ... 2
L.P. Dumoulin ... 1
D.J. Kennington ... 1



Pole Winners

Andrew Ranger ... 3
Scott Steckly ... 2

J.R. Fitzpatrick ... 1


Manufacturer Wins

Chevrolet ... 3
Dodge ... 2
Ford ... 2


Laps Led

J.R. Fitzpatrick ... 136
Andrew Ranger ... 50
Peter Gibbons ... 39


Selected Driver Information:


Ron Beauchamp Jr. (No. 60 Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil Dodge)

• Finished 16th in the season opener at CTMP
• Best track finish in seven starts was third in 2007.
• Has led 11 laps at the Ontario circuit.
• Has top-10 finishes in three of his last five series starts.
• One of four drivers to start all 84 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series races.

James Buescher (No. 24 22 Racing Dodge)

• Making track and series debut.
• Second in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings this season with one win, three top fives, seven top 10s and one pole in 13 starts.
• Was the 2012 Camping World Truck Series champion.
• Has five career Camping World Truck Series victories.

Robin Buck (No. 66 Quaker State Dodge)

• Scored a fifth-place finish in May on the CTMP road course.
• Posted a track career-best finish of third in 2011.
• Has top-10 finishes in four of his last five starts at the track.
• Registered his first CTMP top-10 finish of sixth in 2009.
• Has led a total of 18 laps in his six starts at the track.
• Earned both of his series-career wins – Circuit ICAR and Circuit de Trois-Rivieres – in 2011.


Jeb Burton (No. 7 State Water Heaters Dodge)

• Making track and series debut.
• Third in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings this season with one win, three top fives, seven top 10s and four poles in 13 starts.
• Is a member of the prestigious NASCAR Next program that identifies young talent in NASCAR.
• Son of Ward Burton and nephew of Jeff Burton, both NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitors.


Ty Dillon (No. 4 Fitzpatrick Motorsports Chevrolet)

• Posted a seventh-place finish in May track debut.

• Fourth in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings this season with one win, four top fives and seven top 10s in 13 starts.
• Was the 2012 Camping World Truck Series Rookie of the Year.
• Grandson of Richard Childress and the son of Richard Childress Racing (RCR) vice president of competition Mike Dillon.


Noel Dowler (No. 5 EMCO/Praxair/Safety Kleen Dodge)

• Finished eighth in May at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park for his best finish in three starts there.
• Scored a 16th-place finish in his 2011 track debut.
• Has a top-10 finish in three of his last four series starts.


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

• Registered his first Canadian Tire Series victory in the season opener on May 19 on the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
• Finished fifth in the 2012 CTMP road course event.
• 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 Kawasaki/Motos Illimitées/DLGL Dodge)

• Recorded a 26th-place finish in May series debut.
• Scored a season-best finish of second in last start on July 27 at St. Eustache, Que.
• Tied with Ryley Seibert atop the series’ rookie-of-the-year standings.


Chad Hackenbracht (No. 27 Jacombs Motorsports Dodge)

• Making track and series debut.
• Has made four NASCAR Nationwide Series and two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts this season.


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

• Posted a track career-best finish of third in the May 2013 season opener at CTMP.
• Has four top-10 finishes in seven starts at the track.
• Finished inside the top 10 in three of this last four outings at the CTMP road course.
• Snapped a 59-race winless streak in last start on Aug. 17 at Riverside International Speedway for second series career win.
• One of four drivers to start all 84 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series races.


D.J. Kennington (No. 17 Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge)

• Finished fourth to open the 2013 season at CTMP.
• Earned first series road-course victory in 2011 at CTMP.
• Has a top-five finish in six of his seven starts at the track.
• Tops the all-time Canadian Tire Series wins list with 19.
• Won 2010 and 2012 series championships.
• Scored a single-season series record of seven wins in 2012.
• One of four drivers to start all 84 NCATS races.


Jeff Lapcevich (No. 76 Tim Hortons Dodge)

• Registered a track-best second-place finish in May.
• Scored a top-five finish (4th) in the 2011 CTMP race.
• Has a streak of five straight top-10 finishes on the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
• Changed car number to 76 from 23 to honor the passing of his father, Joe, earlier this year.


Andrew Ranger (No. 28 La Cité de Mirabel Inc./Plancher2000.ca Dodge)

• Finished fourth in his last CTMP road course start in 2012.
• Won the 2007 and 2009 visits to the Ontario road course.
• Has led 50 laps on the 2.459-mile circuit.
• Has 14 series career road-course win with nine of those coming in Quebec.
• His 17 series career wins rank second on series’ all-time list.
• Won 2007 and 2009 series titles.

Martin Roy (No. 90 Batteries Expert/Veloce/Gamache Dodge)

• Finished 20th in the May season opener at CTMP.
• Best finish in three starts at the track was 14th in 2011.
• Won 2012 series Rookie-of-the-Year honors.


Ryley Seibert (No. 09 Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Dodge)

• Recorded an 11th-place finish in May track debut.
• Scored a season-best finish of eighth on July 13 at his home track – Motoplex Speedway in Vernon, B.C.
• Tied with Alex Guenette in series’ Rookie-of-the-Year standings.

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge)

• Finished 24th in May at CTMP after a Lap 13 accident.
• Best finish in seven starts at the track was third in 2012.
• Has four top-five finishes in seven career starts on the Ontario road course.
• Has a slim four-point advantage over Kennington in the championship standings.
• His 14 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 84 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series races.
 

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Joey McColm Aligns With New Partners
New Venture Has Veteran Dodge Driver Excited



NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 veteran Joey McColm debuts new team in the Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 on Aug. 31-Sept. 1 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.


WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, Canada:

Canada’s Best by Text-Enhance">Store Fixtures and TSC Stores, have joined forces to launch the newly formed Canada’s Best Racing Team for the upcoming NASCAR Canadian Tire Series event at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP). Joey McColm, Canadian NASCAR Driver, will pilot the No. 25 Canada’s Best Store Fixtures/TSC Stores Dodge Challenger for the team’s inaugural race.



Bud Morris, the founder of Canada’s Best Store Fixtures (CBSF), Canada’s Best Merchandising Services, Canada’s Best Millwork Creations, and Canada’s Best Race Team commented on the new venture. “Professional sports have always been a priority in our company mandate and business development mix. Because motorsports is where our current and future customers are, we are thrilled to be here with Joey and the No. 25 car. We are looking to leverage our motorsports assets to accelerate our ongoing support of Canadian sport, and have fun while doing so.”

Joining CBSF, Morris and McColm for what could be the largest motorsports event in years at CTMP is partner TSC Stores. Darryl Jenkins, Chief Merchandising Officer of TSC Stores is also enthused on the partnership. “Bud and his team at CBSF are well known to us at TSC Stores for taking care of the details. We know the race by Text-Enhance">program will benefit from that attention to detail and we are thrilled to join forces with Joey. We’ll use the team’s goal to drive to the front as representation of our driven dedication to the community and our customers.”
McColm returns to the challenging road course with high expectations.
“We’ve got a new team, a by Text-Enhance">new car and fantastic partners in CBSF and TSC Stores, so our goals are aggressive, but doable as we look to establish a foundation for the future of Canada’s Best Racing Team. I can’t wait to get on track on Friday for practice and I can’t thank Bud and Darryl enough,” he said.

The racing weekend takes place from Friday, August 30 through Sunday, September 1. In addition to the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series event, which will take the green flag at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will take to CTMP for the first time, and there will also be two rounds of the Canadian Touring Car Championship.


For more information contact:

Joey McColm, Canada’s Best Racing Team

647.680.2150
 

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TSN and TSN2 Deliver 16+ Hours of Auto Racing Action This Weekend
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TORONTO (August 29, 2013)

TSN and TSN2 have auto racing fans covered throughout Labour Day weekend with 16+ hours of NASCAR action. TSN2’s live coverage includes two races at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Clarington, Ont. on Sunday (Sept. 1), with the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series: Pinty’s Presents the Clarington 200 at 11 a.m. ET and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: Chevrolet Silverado 250 at 1:30 p.m. ET – marking the first time the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will race outside the United States.

TSN Radio 1050 Toronto will also feature live coverage of the Chevrolet Silverado 250 this Sunday at 2 p.m. ET as the station broadcasts from the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. Fans can listen to the station on AM 1050 in the Greater Toronto Area, worldwide at TSN1050.ca, or on the TSN Mobile app.

TSN and TSN2’s 16+ hours of auto racing coverage for this weekend is as follows:

Thursday, Aug. 29

11 p.m. ET – NASCAR Canadian Tire Series: JuliaWines.com 100 on TSN2
Friday, Aug. 30

11 p.m. ET – NASCAR Canadian Tire Series: Wilson Equipment 300 on TSN2
Saturday, Aug. 31

7 p.m. ET – NASCAR Nationwide Series: Nationwide Night Race 300 on TSN2
Sunday, Sept. 1

11 a.m. ET – NASCAR Canadian Tire Series: Pinty’s Presents the Clarington 200 on TSN2
1:30 p.m. ET – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: Chevrolet Silverado 250 on TSN2
7 p.m. ET – NASCAR Sprint Cup: AdvoCare 500 on TSN
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1st Practice Results


Pos No. Name Sponsor Time Speed In Lap Diff

1 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 01:24.2 105.123 10

2 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 01:24.3 105.019 8 0.083

3 39 Alex Guenette * Kawasaki/Motos Illimitees, DLGL 01:24.6 104.659 15 0.373

4 28 Andrew Ranger La Cite de Mirabel Inc/Plancher2000.ca 01:24.7 104.553 4 0.459

5 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 01:24.8 104.405 6 0.579

6 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 01:25.0 104.156 4 0.782

7 59 Gary Klutt * K-Line/Legendary Motor Car Co. 01:25.0 104.125 4 0.807

8 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 01:25.0 104.090 9 0.836

9 42 Peter Klutt Legendary Motorcar 01:25.1 104.025 3 0.889

10 76 Jeff Lapcevich Tim Hortons 01:25.2 103.890 7 0.999

11 66 Robin Buck Quaker State 01:25.3 103.833 10 1.046

12 15 Steve Mathews Bill Mathews Motors 01:25.7 103.275 16 1.507

13 88 Marc-Antoine Camirand * Burger Barn 01:25.9 103.092 9 1.659

14 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce 01:25.9 103.073 8 1.675

15 4 Ty Dillon Fitzpatrick Motorsports 01:25.9 103.015 7 1.723

16 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 01:26.0 102.922 4 1.801

17 02 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource 01:26.3 102.588 3 2.081

18 50 Joey McColm TSC Stores/Canada's Best Store Fixtures 01:26.3 102.582 7 2.086

19 04 J.F. Dumoulin Bellemare, Manac 01:26.3 102.533 9 2.127

20 56 Howie Scannell Jr. K&B Auto/Trailers by Jim Bray 01:26.4 102.489 4 2.164

21 27 Chad Hackenbracht Jacombs Racing 01:26.5 102.329 8 2.299

22 24 James Buescher 22 Racing 01:26.7 102.107 9 2.487

23 7 Jeb Burton State Water Heaters 01:26.8 102.040 14 2.544

24 67 Dave Thorndyke Lube Source/Thorson EVT 01:27.0 101.703 10 2.832

25 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins/Thermal Technolgy 01:27.2 101.471 7 3.031

26 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports 01:27.5 101.197 11 3.267

27 5 Noel Dowler Emco, Rheem, Praxair 01:27.7 100.935 12 3.494

28 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 01:28.4 100.112 7 4.215

29 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 01:28.5 100.012 5 4.303

30 81 Larry Jackson Touchwood Cabinets/B&B Decals 01:28.5 99.975 7 4.336

31 98 Matthew Scannell * Trailers by Jim Bray 01:28.8 99.662 19 4.614

32 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 01:28.9 99.594 8 4.675

33 19 Brad Graham Holmar Plumbing 01:29.1 99.342 5 4.900

34 9 Curtis Fielding * Fielding Estate Winery 01:29.2 99.202 13 5.026

35 14 James Van Domselaar Steel-Craft Door Products 01:30.2 98.195 17 5.941

36 99 Paul Jean * BFI Canada/Transport Humar 01:32.4 95.807 17 8.188
 

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PRACTICE: Steckly Tops Speed Chart

2-Time Champ Turns Fast Lap At Canadian Tire Motorsports Park

BOWMANVILLE, Ontario - Scott Steckly turned in the fast lap at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park on Saturday during practice for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1.

Steckly, who was second to L.P. Dumoulin in the first practice session, turned a lap in the final session of 83.271 seconds at an average speed of 106.308 mph around the 2.549-mile road course.

Dumoulin had the second quickest lap at 83.658 seconds (105.817 mph) as teams prepared for the Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 on Sunday.

Jeff Lapcevich was third fastest at 83.993 seconds, followed by J.R. Fitzpatrick and Andrew Ranger. Martin Roy, Jason Hathaway, Peter Klutt, D.J. Kennington and James Buescher by Text-Enhance">complete the rundown of the top 10 in practice.

Steckly - a two-time series champion from Milverton, Ontario - has a slim four-point advantage over Kennington in the championship standings. Steckly overcame a slow start to the season with three consecutive wins in July. Although he has won the pole at CTMP twice, his best finish in seven starts there was third in 2012. He finished 24th in May at CTMP after a Lap 13 accident in his No. 22 Canadian by Text-Enhance">Tire Dodge.

This marks a big NASCAR weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series making its Canadian debut. Consequently, some regulars from that series are doing double duty - competing in both races at the companion event.

Qualifying is slated later today at 4 p.m. ET. The race is set to begin at 11 a.m. on Sunday.

The race is to be televised live on TSN2. It is scheduled to be re-broadcast on RDS2 on Friday, Sept. 27., at 8 p.m. ET


Final Practice Results

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


1 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 1:23.271 106.308 8 8

2 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 1:23.658 105.817 8 12 0.387

3 76 Jeff Lapcevich Tim Hortons 1:23.993 105.394 11 11 0.722

4 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 1:24.016 105.366 11 11 0.745

5 28 Andrew Ranger La Cite de Mirabel Inc/Plancher2000.ca 1:24.182 105.158 3 13 0.911

6 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce 1:24.473 104.796 11 11 1.202

7 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 1:24.494 104.770 3 8 1.223

8 42 Peter Klutt Legendary Motorcar 1:24.678 104.542 2 4 1.407

9 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 1:24.737 104.469 3 10 1.466

10 24 James Buescher 22 Racing 1:24.791 104.403 7 8 1.520

11 66 Robin Buck Quaker State 1:24.838 104.345 7 11 1.567

12 02 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource 1:24.933 104.228 2 9 1.662

13 27 Chad Hackenbracht Jacombs Racing 1:24.956 104.200 6 12 1.685

14 4 Ty Dillon Fitzpatrick Motorsports 1:25.160 103.950 5 9 1.889

15 04 J.F. Dumoulin Bellemare, Manac 1:25.216 103.882 10 11 1.945

16 88 Marc-Antoine Camirand * Burger Barn 1:25.223 103.873 11 12 1.952

17 7 Jeb Burton State Water Heaters 1:25.262 103.826 3 10 1.991

18 39 Alex Guenette * Kawasaki/Motos Illimitees, DLGL 1:25.268 103.819 2 8 1.997

19 59 Gary Klutt * K-Line/Legendary Motor Car Co. 1:25.391 103.669 2 5 2.120

20 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 1:25.413 103.642 7 14 2.142

21 15 Steve Mathews Bill Mathews Motors 1:25.691 103.306 7 9 2.420

22 5 Noel Dowler Emco, Rheem, Praxair 1:25.811 103.162 10 13 2.540

23 50 Joey McColm TSC Stores/Canada's Best Store Fixtures 1:26.100 102.815 7 9 2.829

24 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 1:26.167 102.735 10 17 2.896

25 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins/Thermal Technolgy 1:26.197 102.700 4 11 2.926

26 56 Howie Scannell Jr. K&B Auto/Trailers by Jim Bray 1:26.381 102.481 3 6 3.110

27 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports 1:26.546 102.285 3 14 3.275

28 19 Brad Graham Holmar Plumbing 1:26.604 102.217 9 13 3.333

29 81 Larry Jackson Touchwood Cabinets/B&B Decals 1:27.391 101.296 4 9 4.120

30 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 1:27.650 100.997 7 14 4.379

31 14 James Van Domselaar Steel-Craft Door Products 1:27.669 100.975 15 15 4.398

32 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 1:27.787 100.840 2 3 4.516

33 99 Paul Jean * BFI Canada/Transport Humar 1:28.674 99.831 11 12 5.403

34 98 Matthew Scannell * Trailers by Jim Bray 1:29.086 99.369 12 12 5.815

35 9 Curtis Fielding * Fielding Estate Winery 1:30.209 98.132 1 2 6.938
 

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QUALIFYING: Lapcevich Garners First Pole
Will by Text-Enhance">Start On Point For The Pinty’s Presents The Clarington 200


BOWMANVILLE, Ontario, Canada:

A veteran of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 since its inception, Jeff Lapcevich captured his first career pole award Saturday at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in advance of Sunday’s Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200.

Lapcevich toured the 2.459-mile road course in rural Bowmanville in 1:24.087 (105.277 mph) for the first pole in his 52nd career start.

From Grimsby, Ontario, Lapcevich finished as the runner-up in the season-opening event at CTMP. On Sunday he’ll look to follow up his first career pole with his first trip to Victory Lane in the No. 76 Tim Hortons Dodge.

A two-time winner on the road at CTMP, and a 14-time road course victor in his career, Andrew Ranger qualified second-fastest on Saturday at 1:24.130 (105.223 mph). L.P. Dumoulin, J.R. Fitzpatrick, and Jason Hathaway brought home the top five in qualifying.

Season points leader Scott Steckly, Gary Klutt, Martin Roy, Peter Klutt and Kerry Micks rounded out the top-10 qualifiers for the 10th race of the 2013 campaign.

The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 is joined this weekend at CTMP by the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, which will contest the inaugural Chevrolet Silverado 200 on Sunday.

Sunday’s Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200 will air live on TSN2 starting at 11 a.m.


Qualifying Results - Starting Lineup

Pos No. Name Sponsor Time Speed In Lap Laps Diff

1 76 Jeff Lapcevich Tim Hortons 01:24.1 105.277 3 3

2 28 Andrew Ranger La Cite de Mirabel Inc/Plancher2000.ca 01:24.1 105.223 2 4 0.043

3 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 01:24.2 105.144 3 4 0.106

4 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 01:24.4 104.924 3 3 0.283

5 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 01:24.4 104.901 3 4 0.301

6 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 01:24.5 104.745 2 3 0.427

7 59 Gary Klutt * K-Line/Legendary Motor Car Co. 01:24.5 104.714 3 4 0.452

8 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce 01:24.7 104.562 2 4 0.575

9 42 Peter Klutt Legendary Motorcar 01:24.8 104.435 2 4 0.678

10 02 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource 01:24.8 104.369 2 4 0.731

11 88 Marc-Antoine Camirand * Burger Barn 01:24.8 104.342 3 5 0.753

12 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 01:25.0 104.094 2 7 0.955

13 27 Chad Hackenbracht Jacombs Racing 01:25.1 104.025 4 5 1.012

14 7 Jeb Burton State Water Heaters 01:25.1 104.005 4 4 1.028

15 4 Ty Dillon Fitzpatrick Motorsports 01:25.2 103.920 1 3 1.098

16 39 Alex Guenette * Kawasaki/Motos Illimitees, DLGL 01:25.2 103.914 3 4 1.103

17 24 James Buescher 22 Racing 01:25.3 103.834 4 4 1.168

18 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 01:25.5 103.534 3 7 1.415

19 66 Robin Buck Quaker State 01:25.5 103.502 2 4 1.442

20 04 J.F. Dumoulin Bellemare, Manac 01:26.0 102.928 5 5 1.919

21 56 Howie Scannell Jr. K&B Auto/Trailers by Jim Bray 01:26.0 102.880 3 4 1.959

22 50 Joey McColm TSC Stores/Canada's Best Store Fixtures 01:26.1 102.819 4 4 2.010

23 5 Noel Dowler Emco, Rheem, Praxair 01:26.3 102.609 4 7 2.186

24 15 Steve Mathews Bill Mathews Motors 01:26.3 102.588 3 7 2.204

25 19 Brad Graham Holmar Plumbing 01:26.4 102.494 2 2 2.283

26 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins/Thermal Technolgy 01:26.5 102.298 4 4 2.448

27 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports 01:26.8 101.938 4 7 2.754

28 81 Larry Jackson Touchwood Cabinets/B&B Decals 01:26.9 101.878 3 3 2.805

29 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 01:27.1 101.654 2 6 2.997

30 09 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 01:28.5 100.010 2 3 4.428

31 9 Curtis Fielding * Fielding Estate Winery 01:28.6 99.966 2 3 4.467

32 14 James Van Domselaar Steel-Craft Door Products 01:29.0 99.513 2 3 4.870

33 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 01:29.1 99.303 3 3 5.058

34 98 Matthew Scannell * Trailers by Jim Bray 01:29.4 99.059 3 3 5.278

35 67 Dave Thorndyke Lube Source/Thorson EVT 01:29.6 98.768 3 6 5.541

36 99 Paul Jean * BFI Canada/Transport Humar 01:38.3 90.076 1 1 14.190
 

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Race Results

Pos No. Name Sponsor Points Laps

1 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare 47 42

2 90 Martin Roy Batteries Expert/Veloce 42 42

3 28 Andrew Ranger La Cite de Mirabel Inc/Plancher2000.ca 41 42

4 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors 40 42

5 84 J.R. Fitzpatrick Equipment Express 39 42

6 88 Marc-Antoine Camirand * Burger Barn 39 42

7 59 Gary Klutt * K-Line/Legendary Motor Car Co. 37 42

8 76 Jeff Lapcevich Tim Hortons 38 42

9 56 Howie Scannell Jr. K&B Auto/Trailers by Jim Bray 35 42

10 66 Robin Buck Quaker State 34 42

11 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire 33 42

12 7 Jeb Burton State Water Heaters 32 42

13 27 Chad Hackenbracht Jacombs Racing 31 42

14 42 Peter Klutt Legendary Motorcar 30 42

15 04 J.F. Dumoulin Bellemare, Manac 29 42

16 02 Kerry Micks BDI/Leland/PartSource 28 42

17 21 Jason White Bowers & Wilkins/Thermal Technolgy 27 42

18 39 Alex Guenette * Kawasaki/Motos Illimitees, DLGL 27 42

19 5 Noel Dowler Emco, Rheem, Praxair 25 42

20 19 Brad Graham Holmar Plumbing 24 42

21 50 Joey McColm TSC Stores/Canada's Best Store Fixtures 23 42

22 67 Dave Thorndyke Lube Source/Thorson EVT 22 42

23 14 James Van Domselaar Steel-Craft Door Products 21 42

24 81 Larry Jackson Touchwood Cabinets/B&B Decals 20 42

25 3 Jason Hathaway Snap on Tools/Rockstar Energy Drink 19 42

26 60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Mopar/Exide/Pennzoil 18 42

27 15 Steve Mathews Bill Mathews Motors 17 41

28 29 Ray Courtemanche Jr. La Cite De Mirabel Inc. 16 40

29 97 Hugo Vannini VTI Motorsports 15 40

30 99 Paul Jean * BFI Canada/Transport Humar 14 35

31 24 James Buescher 22 Racing 13 34

32 4 Ty Dillon Fitzpatrick Motorsports 12 32

33 9 Ryley Seibert * Lake Excavating/Emco/Marshall's 11 27

34 98 Matthew Scannell * Trailers by Jim Bray 10 21

35 69 Trevor Seibert Lake Excavating/EMCO Waterworks 9 20

36 9 Curtis Fielding * Fielding Estate Winery 8
 

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Dumoulin Completes CTMP Sweep

Picks Up 2nd Canadian Tire Series Win On Road Course


BOWMANVILLE, Ont., Canada -- L.P. Dumoulin picked up right where he left off with Sunday's Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200.

The 34-year-old driver from Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, returned to the site of his first career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 win Sunday and by Text-Enhance">completed the season-sweep on the road course at Canadian Tire Series Motorsport Park.

The 2011 series rookie of the year claimed the victory over runner-up Martin Roy and third-place Andrew Ranger after 42 laps under a yellow-checkered finish. A multi-car accident in Turn 8 of the 2.459-mile course brought out the record-tying sixth caution, and a prolonged cleanup combined with time constraints to end the race short of the scheduled 51-lap distance.

Andrew Ranger finished third, followed by D.J. Kennington, who took over the points lead. J.R. Fitzpatrick rounded out the top five.

Rookies Marc-Antoine Camirand and Gary Klutt finished sixth and seventh, respectively. Jeff Lapcevich, Howie Scannell Jr. and Robin Buck rounded out the top 10.

Championship contenders Scott Steckly finished 11th and Jason Hathaway 27th. With two races remaining, Kennington leads Steckly by three points (387-384) and Dumoulin (366) by 21. Hathaway dropped a spot, six points back of Dumoulin.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series regulars Jeb Burton (12th), James Buescher (31st) and Ty Dillon (32nd) competed in the event that was held prior to the first Truck race in Canada.

Dumoulin went around Camirand on Lap 31 for the lead, and held on the rest of the way for his second by Text-Enhance">career series triumph.

“We had a good strategy by pitting early for tires and fuel, and after that we just gained positions after everyone else was pitting,” Dumoulin said. “I was trying really hard to keep a good pace and not overdriving my car so that for the last 10 laps I could be really hard on it.

“I didn’t know the race was going to go red [flag] and that they were going to give the checkered flag. I was just ready to go and finish the race.”

The runner-up finish for Roy was his best in 26 by Text-Enhance">career starts, and well ahead of his previous best result in three appearances at the track, which was 14th.

The third-place finish for Ranger – who was running as a teammate to Kennington for the first time – marked the fifth top-five finish in six by Text-Enhance">careerraces at the CTMP road course.

“My car was really, really good and I was very happy because it was my first weekend with D.J. Kennington,” Ranger said. “At the end I was trying to push really hard, at the same time trying to save my tires, but the last caution came out and we were not able to finish the race.”

Sunday marked the first time in 85 all-time Canadian Tire Series events that the podium consisted entirely of Quebec natives with Dumoulin, Roy (Napierville) and Ranger (Roxton Pond).

The race featured three lead changes among four drivers, with the polesitter Lapcevich credited for a race-high 17 circuits led. Making just his second series start, Camirand’s nine laps led were his first in Canadian Tire Series action.

With the road-course portion of the schedule by Text-Enhance">complete, the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series wraps up the 2013 campaign with a pair of oval track races. Next up is the Hudco Electric Supply 300 at Barrie (Ont.) Speedway on Saturday, Sept. 8.


Race Re-cap:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PYJ-gcaquT8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=J--oh9r8dqc
 

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11:04

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One to go to green in Turn 5.






11:06

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Micks will fall to the rear for unapproved adjustments.






11:07

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GREEN FLAG: Polesitter Lapcevich leads the 36-car field to green and we're underway at CTMP.






11:09

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Lap 1 - Lapcevich, Ranger, L.Dumoulin, Fitzpatrick, Hathaway.






11:10

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Lap 2 - Fielding spins out, looks like a broken rear axle.






11:11

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Lap 3 - CAUTION NO. 1: Full course for Fielding, stalled near Turn 9.






11:13

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Lap 3 - Fitzpatrick had passed L.Dumoulin prior to the caution, but the position change will not count as the field reverts to the last completed green flag lap.






11:13

Comment From John
Q;So they started all 36 cars?






11:14

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A: Correct. CTMP decided to start all 36 cars. The entry blank previously called for a 34-car field.






11:18

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Lap 5 - GREEN FLAG: Lapcevich out front.






11:20

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Lap 6 - These are Lapcevich's first laps led since the season-opener, also at the CTMP road course.






11:20

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Lap 6 - First lap after the restart, Lapcevich leads Ranger, L.Dumoulin, Fitzpatrick, Hathaway.






11:23

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Lap 7 - Steckly came into Turn 5a too hot and goes off course, but avoids any contact and blends in in 12th. Fielding out of the race (mechanical).






11:24

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Lap 9 - Steckly to pit road, pushing water out of the overflow. He had a grill full of grass.






11:26


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#NCATS Lap 10 – Lapcevich leads Ranger, L.Dumoulin, Fitzpatrick, Hathaway #PintysClarlington200#NASCAR






11:27

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Lap 10 - CAUTION NO. 2: Vannini accident in Turn 5. Lots of rear end damage and debris left on the track as a result.






11:28

Comment From Todd
Q: where can I watch the race live on the internet?






11:28

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A: You're watching it right now. Today's race has live TV coverage on TSN 2, but there is not a live video or timing & scoring stream.






11:30

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Lap 11 - Leaders under caution: Lapcevich, Ranger, L.Dumoulin, Fitzpatrick, Hathaway, Roy, G.Klutt, Kennington, Camirand, P.Klutt, Burton, Buck, Dillon, Hackenbracht, Guenette.






11:31

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Lap 12 - We've got cars to pit road, including the majority of the leaders.






11:32

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Lap 12 - Kennington stalled in his pitbox, needed a push.






11:33

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Lap 12 - Burton to the tail end for blend line violation.






11:35

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Lap 13 - More cars to pit road this time by.






11:36

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Lap 14 - One to go in Turn 5.






11:36

Comment From Pace
Q: Did Steckly get back on track after his pit, or is the rad done?






11:37

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A: Steckly returned right away, and remains on the lead lap, currently scored in 14th.






11:38

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Lap 14 - GREEN FLAG: Lapcevich and G.Klutt lead the field back to green.






11:39

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Lap 14 - Fitzpatrick came to pit road as the field came to the restart.






11:41

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Lap 15 - Following the pit stops and restart, new leaders: Lapcevich, G.Klutt, Hackenbracht, Guenette, Buescher, Hathaway, Graham, Mathews, Camirand, Buck.






11:41

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QL what is penalty for






11:42

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A: No penalty to Fitzpatrick. Team decision, unknown reason.






11:44

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Lap 17 - Hackenbracht up to second, Guenette to third.






11:45

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Lap 18 - LEAD CHANGE: Guenette to the front as Lapcevich comes to pit road for fuel, then stalls it getting out of his pit box.






11:47


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#NCATS Lap 20 – Guenette leads Camirand, Graham, Buck, Mathews #PintysClarlington200#NASCAR






11:48

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Lap 20 - T.Seibert brought to pit road for smoke.






11:49

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Lap 20 - Pos. 6-15: Steckly, Micks, L.Dumoulin, Scannell Jr., Roy, Beauchamp, Kennington, Dowler, Ranger, J.Dumoulin.






11:50

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Lap 22 - LEAD CHANGE: Camirand to the front after a passe on Guenette in the 5 turns.






11:52

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Lap 23 - CAUTION NO. 3: Full course yellow for M.Scannell stalled.






11:53

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Lap 23 - These are the first laps led of Camirand's NCATS career. His career now consists of two starts.






11:54

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Lap 24 - Hathaway is the beneficiary. He had come to pit road earlier with an issue.






11:56

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Lap 24 - R.Seibert to the rear of the field for entering a closed pit road.






11:58

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Lap 25 - Leaders under caution: Camirand, Guenette, Buck, Steckly, Graham, L.Dumoulin, Micks, Roy, H.Scannell, Ranger, Kennington, Dowler, Beauchamp, J.Dumoulin, Dillon, White, Jackson, Fitzpatrick, Hackenbracht, Lapcevich.






11:59

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Buescher P28, Burton P30.






12:00

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Lap 26 - Some of the race leaders to pit road. One to go in Turn 5.
 

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12:02

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Lap 27 - R.Seibert also receives a pit road violation.





12:03

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Lap 27 - GREEN FLAG: Camirand leads the field to green versus L.Dumoulin.






NASCAR Home Tracks:
Lap 28 - CAUTION NO. 4: Full course caution. Dillon accident and debris on frontstretch as the results of a restart incident.



12:07

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Lap 29 - R.Seibert would have been the beneficiary, but committed another pit road violation (entered a closed pit road) and will thus not receive the free pass.





12:08

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Lap 28 - Dillon ordered to pit road to fix the damaged sheet metal.





12:11

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Lap 30 - GREEN FLAG: Camirand leads the field back to green.





12:12

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Lap 31 - Mathews makes contact with the frontstretch wall on the restart, but we stay green.





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#NCATS Lap 31 - Lead change as L.Dumoulin gets past Camirand, leads Roy, Ranger, Kennington#PintysClarlington200 #NASCAR






12:16

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Lap 33 - L.Dumoulin, Camirand, Roy, Ranger, Kennington, Fitzpatrick, G.Klutt, H.Scannell, Burton, Steckly





12:18

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Lap 34 - Steckly plowed by Lapcevich exiting Turn 9, but recovers to keep it moving forward.






12:19

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Lap 35 - Buescher to pit road, and pulls to the garage.






12:21

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Lap 37 - Burton moves H.Scannell out of the way for position.






12:22

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Lap 37 - CAUTION NO. 5: Full course for Jean, into the tire barrier out of the exit of Turn 10.






12:23

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Lap 38 - Dillon pronounced out (overheating). Hathaway is the free pass car.






12:23


12:27

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Lap 38 - Leaders under caution: L.Dumoulin, Camirand, Roy, Ranger, Kennington, Fitzpatrick, G.Klutt, Lapcevich, Burton, Steckly, Buck, Hackenbracht, J.Dumoulin, P.Klutt.





12:32

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Lap 40 - GREEN FLAG: L.Dumoulin and Camirand lead the field to green.






12:33


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#NCATS Lap 41/51 – L.Dumoulin leads Roy, Ranger, Kennington, Fitzpatrick #PintysClarlington200#NASCAR






12:35

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Lap 42 - CAUTION NO. 6: Full course caution. Accident involving Mathews, Beauchamp and Courtemanche.






12:39

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RED FLAG displayed with the field on the frontstretch due to cleanup in Turn 8






12:46


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#NCATS - YELLOW-CHECKERED FLAG: @DumoulinDC has won the #PintysClarington200@CTMPOfficial #NASCAR






12:48


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#NCATS - Unofficial Top 10: L.Dumoulin, Roy, Ranger, Kennington, Fitzpatrick, Camirand, G.Klutt, Lapcevich, H.Scannell, Buck #NASCAR






12:49


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#NCATS - Due to multi-car accident and red flag for clean-up, and to time contstraints, the#PintysClarington200 ended under yellow-checker.






12:52


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#NCATS - #PintysClarington200 is the 2nd career victory for @DumoulinDC. Both have come@CTMPOfficial road course-2013 season sweep. #NASCAR






1:26


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#NCATS results from #PintysClarington200 at @CTMPOfficial hmtk.co/1abN55Y #NASCAR






1:31


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#NCATS Video: @CTMPOfficial #PintysClarington200 post-race press conference with@DumoulinDC & @andrew_ranger hmtk.co/14iXvZv #NASCAR






1:39


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#NCATS Race Recap: Dumoulin Completes CTMP Sweep hmtk.co/17eyrCZ Picks Up 2nd Win On Road Course #PintysClarington200






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#NCATS Video: @CTMPOfficial #PintysClarington200 post-race press conference with@DumoulinDC & @andrew_ranger hmtk.co/14iYZ66 #NASCAR






2:04

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