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Jamie McMurray finishes 15th in Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

He started the No. 1 Chevrolet SS 7th in the lineup for the Kobalt 400. He is currently 11th in the 2014 NSCS point standings.
Sun, Mar 9, 2014 08:17:00 PM

After 13 races that took the series to five different provinces, it was only fitting a champion was crowned at the birthplace of NASCAR in Canada. Following the Pinty's Fall Brawl at Jukasa Motor Speedway, Alex Labbe claimed his first NASCAR Pinty's Series championship by 16 points over rival Kevin Lacroix.

The 24-year-old from Victoriaville, Quebec, finished the year with an impressive five wins, 11 top fives and 12 top 10s. Tallying up 542 points, Labbe claims the highest honor in Canadian stock car racing, the 2017 NASCAR Pinty's Series championship. Following his championship season, Labbe announced his intentions to run full time in NASCAR's Xfinity Series in 2018.
Sep 24 - 12:32 AM

The NASCAR Pinty's Series Fall Brawl at Jukasa Motor Speedway lived up to its name and was not without its drama. Late race contact between NASCAR Next driver Cayden Lapcevich and D.J Kennington culminated in Lapcevich executing a bump and run pass Donald Theetge in the final corner to claim victory in the season finale.

Lapcevich, the 2016 Pinty's Series champion, lead only three laps to score his third win of the 2017 season and the sixth of his career. Second place finisher Donald Theetge led 134 laps throughout the race, to tie his best career NASCAR Pinty's Series finish. LP Dumoulin snuck home to a third place, his third podium of the season. Kevin Lacroix and J.F. Dumoulin rounded out the top five.
Sep 24 - 12:26 AM

Tyler Reddick (No. 42 BBR/Jason Aldean Chevrolet Camaro) won the VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300, his first victory in 15 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races.

This is his first victory and fourth top-10 finish in 2017. It is his first victory and second top-10 finish in two races at Kentucky Speedway. Brennan Poole (second) posted his third top-10 finish in six races at Kentucky and his 13th top-10 finish in 2017. Justin Allgaier (third) posted his seventh top-10 finish in 11 races at Kentucky. Cole Custer (fifth) was the highest finishing Rookie of the Year contender. Pole-sitter Kyle Benjamin led 52 laps and finished 12th in the 200-lap race. Justin Allgaier leads the point standings over Cole Custer. They are tied in points; tiebreaker: Allgaier's two wins.
Sep 23 - 11:53 PM

Earlier this season, Bobby Santos used the bottom groove en route to a victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Saturday, Santos used that same groove en route to winning once again.

The victory allowed Santos to sweep the two NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races at the 1.058-mile oval for the 2017 season. It was his 16th career overall on the Tour for Santos and the third at the 'Magic Mile' of NHMS. He crossed the line 0.610 seconds ahead of Rowan Pennink. Behind Pennink, Patrick Emerling finished third after leading seven laps. Donny Lia and Justin Bonsignore rounded out the top five. With his fifth place finish, Bonsignore positioned himself second in the standings. Four-time series champion Doug Coby, who led a race-high 64 laps, finished 15th, but will lead the points by 11 points over Bonsignore.
Sep 23 - 6:59 PM

D.J Kennington won the E3 Spark Plug Pole Award for the Pinty's Fall Brawl at Jukasa Motor Speedway.

The St.Thomas, Ontario, driver set a lap time of 18.578 seconds (121.111mph) to take his second pole of the 2017 NASCAR Pinty's Series season. Kennington's time was fast enough to set the inaugural track record at the newly reconfigured .625 mile Jukasa Motor Speedway. Series points leader Alex Labbe set the second quickest time with a 18.642 (120.695), while Donald Theetge will start third (18.675/120.482). Defending series champion Cayden Lapcevich and Alex Tagliani round out the top five.
Sep 23 - 5:40 PM

D.J Kennington (No. 17 Castrol Edge Dodge) set the quickest lap in NASCAR Pinty's Series practice for the Pinty's Fall Brawl at Jukasa Motor Speedway.

He set a blistering lap time of 18.720 seconds (120.192 mph) around the .625 mile speedway to top the charts. Kennington's No. 17 has been consistent on the oval tracks this season, and it looks like he has brought the same fast pace to Jukasa. Series points leader Alex Labbe finished the hour long session in the second position with a time of 18.791 (119.738), just missing the top spot by 0.071 seconds. Donald Chisholm, who made the trek all the way from Antigonish, Nova Scotia, came home third (18.831/119.484). Andrew Ranger and Donald Theetge rounded out the top five.
Sep 23 - 5:18 PM

Christopher Bell (No. 4 SiriusXM Toyota Tundra) won the UNOH 175, his seventh victory in 47 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races.

This is his fifth victory and 15th top-10 finish in 2017 and his first victory and second top-10 finish in two races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS). Ryan Truex (second) posted his first top-10 finish in two races at NHMS. It is his 11th top-10 finish in 2017. Todd Gilliland, making his first start at NHMS, finished third. Grant Enfinger (fourth) was the highest finishing Rookie of the Year contender. Pole-sitter Noah Gragson led 40 laps and finished the 175-lap race in 15th place. Bell leads the point standings by 40 points over Johnny Sauter (finished ninth in the race).
Sep 23 - 5:05 PM

Kevin Harvick posted the second-fastest single lap in Happy Hour practice for the ISM Connect 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a speed of 131.515 mph.

That might well make Harvick the favorite for the race. He has five top-fives in his last six races and is the defending winner from last fall. He starts sixth, which is close enough to the front to allow him to establish a great strategy, and is only about the fifth-most expensive driver in most salary cap games.
Sep 23 - 12:39 PM

Martin Truex Jr. posted the fastest single lap in Happy Hour for the ISM Connect 300 with a speed of 131.647 mph.

Truex won last week at Chicagoland Speedway and that gives him momentum. For that matter, so does the third-place finish he scored this summer on this one-mile track—but fantasy owners should note that was a rare top-five on this course and Truex does not provide any guarantees.
Sep 23 - 12:28 PM

Noah Gragson (No. 18 Switch Toyota Tundra) won the Keystone Light Pole Award for today's UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) with a lap of 131.811 mph.

This is his third pole in 19 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races. It is his third pole and 14th top-10 start in 2017. This is Gragson's first truck start at NHMS. Christopher Bell (second) posted his 15th top-10 start of 2017 and his second in two races at NHMS. Johnny Sauter (third) posted his fourth top-10 start at NHMS and his 15th in 17 races this season.
Sep 23 - 11:33 AM

Ross Chastain will reach a career milestone this weekend at Kentucky Speedway. Saturday night's VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 will be his 100th NASCAR XFINITY Series race start.

The majority of Chastain's XFINITY career has been in the No. 4 JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Chevrolet Camaro, and he is eager to make race number 100 a good one. "It's hard to believe that I've reached my 100th race in the Xfinity Series," says Chastain. "It has been a great ride so far, and I'm excited to see how the next 100 races go. Kentucky is a very challenging track, especially since the repave, but I'm confident that my No. 4 crew will set me up with a great ride."-JDM
Sep 23 - 10:03 AM




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