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Team: GC Motorsports-27-NCATS
Age / DOB:  (27) / 11/20/1986
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 135

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Andrew Ranger finishes 8th in Saturday night's NASCAR Canadian Tire Series race at Quebec's Autodrome St-Eustache.
He started the No. 27 Mopar/Exide Dodge 9th on the grid for the National 250. He is currently 3rd in the 2014 Canadian Tire Series championship standings after this event. Jul 29 - 9:52 AM

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Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Mopar/Exide Dodge) is tied for the series all-time lead in both wins (19) and poles (14). Has 41 top fives and 57 top 10s in 66 career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series starts.

Of his 19 career triumphs, 15 have come on road courses. Earned his fourth oval win this year at Edmonton International Raceway while the first three came in 2009. Ranks third in points with wins at ICAR and EIR, and an additional top five last time out at Auto Clearing Motor Speedway. Has an average finish of sixth and a best result of fourth (2008 and 2009) in four previous Autodrome St-Eustache races.-NCATS
Jul 23 - 8:40 AM

Andrew Ranger finishes 4th in Wednesday night's NASCAR Canadian Tire Series race at Auto Clearing Motor Speedway (Saskatoon, SK).

He started the No. 27 Dodge 3rd on the grid for the Velocity Prairie Thunder 250. He is currently 3rd in the 2014 Canadian Tire Series championship standings.
Jul 17 - 7:50 PM

Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Mopar/Exide Dodge) is tied for the series all-time lead in both wins (19) and poles (14).

Has 40 top fives and 56 top 10s in 65 career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series starts. Of his 19 career triumphs, 15 have come on road courses. Earned his fourth oval win last week at EIR. The first three circle track wins came in 2009. Has jumped from 12th to third in points with wins the last two times out. He’s won three starts in a row once before in his career, in 2010. In his only two previous Auto Clearing Motor Speedway appearances he finished eighth in 2009 and sixth in 2012.-NCATS
Jul 15 - 8:03 PM

Andrew Ranger has plenty of mastery on road-courses and the two-time champion of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 proved once again he can figure it out on an oval, too.

He showed that Friday night as he picked up the win in the Alberta Has Energy 300 in the inaugural event at Edmonton International Raceway. Ranger tied the series’ all-time record with his 19th career win, and won back-to-back races for the first time since August 2009 following his victory on the road course at Circuit ICAR in Quebec last week. It was also his first oval win since 2009, and fourth overall.
Jul 12 - 11:08 AM

Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Mopar/Exide Dodge) the 2007 and 2009 champion has 18 wins, 14 poles, 39 top fives and 55 top 10s in 64 career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series starts.

Ranks second only to Kennington on the all-time wins list and is tied with Fitzpatrick for the series poles record. Of his 18 career triumphs, 15 have come on road courses, including last week at ICAR. His three oval track wins were all earned in 2009 (Motorplex, the former CTMP oval, Riverside). Has four additional career podium finishes on ovals. Jumped from 12th to fifth in points with last week’s ICAR win. Has earned the pole in both road course races this year.-NCATS
Jul 9 - 11:09 AM

Two-time champion of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Andrew Ranger led the final nine laps Sunday to take the checkered flag in the Jiffy Lube 100 Presented By La Petite Bretonne.

It was Rangers' third straight win at the 2.113-mile, 14-turn road course on the grounds of Montreal-Mirabel International Airport. And it was Rangers' 18th career win; 15 of which have come on road courses. Ranger took the lead from Alex Guenettte on Lap 21 and wound up beating last year's series rookie of the year to the line by 3.682 seconds.
Jul 6 - 5:04 PM

Andrew Ranger nabbed his second pole in a row qualifying at the 2.113-mile road course on the grounds of the old Montreal-Mirabel International Airport.

He is also the two-time defending winner of the Jiffy Lube 100 presented by La Petite Bretonne. After he led the 29-car field in both practice sessions earlier in the day, the two-time series titlist posted a fast lap of 95.956 seconds (79.274 mph) during qualifying for his 14th career pole, which now has him tied with J.R. Fitzpatrick for the Canadian Tire Series all-time record.
Jul 5 - 8:47 PM

Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Mopar Dodge) the 2007 and 2009 champion has 17 wins, 13 poles, 38 top fives and 54 top 10s in 63 career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series starts.

Of his 17 career triumphs, 14 have come on road courses. Also has three road course wins in NASCAR K&N Pro Series competition. Ranks 11th in points after finishes of 21st at CTMP and 12th at Chaudiere. Was the pole-sitter for the opener. Won the 2012 and `13 ICAR events, and led with two laps to go in the inaugural race before an accident relegated him to 21st. Has led 59 of 94 all-time laps at ICAR.-NCATS
Jul 1 - 2:56 PM

Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Mopar/Exide Dodge) has 17 wins, 13 poles, 38 top fives and 54 top 10s in 62 career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series starts.

Of his 17 career triumphs, 14 have come on road courses. His three oval track wins were all earned in 2009 (Motorplex, the former CTMP oval, Riverside). Has four additional career podium finishes on ovals. This will be his first oval start since the 2012 finale at Kawartha Speedway.-NCATS
Jun 10 - 4:41 PM

Andrew Ranger (No. 53 Dodge) wins Sunday’s Great Railing 150 at New Jersey Motorsports Park, his fourth consecutive time at the 2.25-mile road course.

Ten-time series champion Frank Kimmel said it was Ranger’s race from the start. "I finished fourth in the ARCA race and he won the Andrew Ranger race," Kimmel said after the 67-lap, 150-mile event. Grant Enfinger was running in just his second road course race of his career, but pulled out a top five to widen his point lead over both Mitchell and Kimmel. Enfinger will head to Pocono Raceway with a 55-point lead in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards point standings.
Jun 1 - 8:35 PM

Andrew Ranger wins the Menards Pole Award presented by Ansell Saturday and will start up front for Sunday’s Great Railing 150 at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

Ranger set a track record by circling the 2.25-mile Thunderbolt Raceway in 79.426 seconds, or 101.982 mph. He will start first in the No. 53 RRT Design & Construction Dodge. Justin Boston, in the No. 25 ZLOOP Toyota, will start second with Matt Tifft third in the No. 52 Federated Auto Parts Chevrolet.
May 31 - 7:58 PM

Defending race winner Andrew Ranger (No. 53 Dodge) turned only five laps on the New Jersey Motorsports Park Thunderbolt Raceway but immediately went right to the top of the speed charts for the opening practice session for this weekend’s ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race in Millville, New Jersey.

New Jersey native Tom Hessert was second in the opening practice session with the most recent winner on the ARCA Racing Series circuit, Justin Boston, third. SCOTT Rookies Matt TIfft and Austin Wayne Self were fourth and fifth, respectively.
May 31 - 1:22 PM

Andrew Ranger collected his 13th career pole in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 in record fashion in Saturday qualifying for Sunday's season opener.

The pole position for the Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200 is the fourth in seven appearances at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park for the Roxton Pond, Que., driver. He posted a lap of 1 minute, 22.956 seconds in his No. 27 Mopar/Exide Dodge around the 2.459-mile, 10-turn road course for an average speed of 106.712 to eclipse the previous series track record that J.R. Fitzpatrick established in this event a year ago.
May 17 - 7:20 PM

Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Mopar Dodge) the 2007 and 2009 champion has 17 wins, 12 poles, 38 top fives and 54 top 10s in 61 career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series starts.

Of his 17 career triumphs, 14 have come on road courses, including two at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. Both CTMP wins came during his championship seasons, and both were from the pole. In six career starts at CTMP he has a series-best average finish of third with four podiums. His worst finish at the track was sixth in 2008. Did not participate in this race a year ago, but finished third in the September race. Also has three career road course wins in NASCAR K&N Pro Series action, and three more in ARCA competition.-NASCAR PR
May 13 - 8:11 PM