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Scott Steckly

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Age / DOB:  (44) / 3/2/1972

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22 Racing was ranked 2015 Top Team in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series (NCTS).The series champs had speed each and every time out.
With four poles and an additional pair of front row starts, Scott Steckly’s No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge was almost always in a position to contend from the drop of the green. He led laps in eight of the 11 events, including five instances of 100 or more circuits highlighted by a 300-lap wire-to-wire domination at Auto Clearing.-NCTS Wed, Dec 30, 2015 03:19:00 PM

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Scott Steckly, who sat third in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series (NCTS) points after three races, led 450 of the 550 laps contested in the trip to Alberta’s Edmonton International Raceway and Saskatchewan’s Auto Clearing Motor Speedway and returned back to his Ontario home base with the championship lead he would not relinquish.

In the end Steckly held off a streaking Jason Hathaway for the title to become just the second active NASCAR regional touring series driver to achieve four championships and the 33rd in NASCAR history overall. He led the series in poles (four), top fives (seven) and laps led (1,089) while tying for the top spot in wins (three) and top 10s (10). In addition to his Western Swing sweep, Steckly posted a third triumph at Riverside International Speedway and he led the championship standings the final six races of the season.-NCTS
Mon, Dec 28, 2015 09:59:00 PM

Jason Hathaway did everything he could to bring the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship home for the first time. In the end, he couldn't keep Scott Steckly from making history.

Hathaway led the most laps Saturday night in winning the season-ending Pinty's 250 at Kawartha Speedway. Steckly's No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge followed him across the line in second and that was enough to give him his fourth NASCAR Canadian Tire Series championship. The 43-year-old from Milverton, Ontario, won the title in 2008, 2011 and 2013. He became the 33th person in the history of NASCAR to win four or more touring or national series championships. Steckly entered the finale with a nine-point lead over Hathaway and Andrew Ranger, and needed to just finish in the top five to bring home the title.
Sat, Sep 19, 2015 10:40:00 PM

Scott Steckly may have not performed quite to his liking in the day’s two practice sessions, but he’s well positioned for the drop of the green this evening in his attempt to attain a fourth NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship.

With a nine-point lead on his closest challengers Jason Hathaway and Andrew Ranger, Steckly will now start with the added advantage of inside front row. Steckly recorded a fast lap of 17.666 seconds (76.418 mph) around the .375-mile oval near Peterborough. The previous record was established by Mark Dilley in the series’ inaugural event at the facility in 2007 at 17.704 (76.254).
Sat, Sep 19, 2015 05:13:00 PM

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) has a series-leading three championships (2008, ‘11, ‘13) through the first eight years of NASCAR Canadian Tire Series competition.

Owner of 19 wins, 16 poles, 65 top fives and 81 top 10s. Is tied for the all-time poles lead with Andrew Ranger while his top fives and top 10s totals rank second all-time. His wins total sits third in the record book. Is the all-time leader in races (55) and laps led (4,782), and is one of three drivers to start each of the 108 all-time events.Has a nine-point lead on Jason Hathaway and Andrew Ranger atop the standings on the strength of three wins and nine top 10s.Has 19 wins, 13 poles, 49 races led, 44 top fives, 52 top 10s and an average finish of sixth in 69 career oval starts.Has two wins (2007, `13), a pole (2013), six races led, seven top 10s and an average finish of fifth in the eight all-time Kawartha Speedway (Fraserville, Ontario) events.
Wed, Sep 16, 2015 09:00:00 PM

Scott Steckly finished seventh in Sunday's NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Clarington 200 at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario.

He started sixth on the grid and completed all laps of the 51-lap event. Steckly continues as the points leader in the 2015 Canadian Tire Series championship standings after this event. He leads second-place Jason Hathaway, who won the race, by nine points.
Tue, Sep 1, 2015 10:06:00 PM

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) has a series-leading three championships (2008, ‘11, ‘13) through the first eight years of NASCAR Canadian Tire Series competition.

Owner of 19 wins, 16 poles, 65 top fives and 80 top 10s. Is tied for the all-time poles lead with Andrew Ranger while his top fives and top 10s totals rank second all-time. His wins total sits third in the record book. Is the all-time leader in races (55) and laps led (4,782), and is one of three drivers to start each of the 107 all-time events.Has a 12-point lead on Andrew Ranger atop the standings on the strength of three wins and eight top 10s.Has three poles, 21 top fives, 31 top 10s and an average finish of 8.5 in 38 career road course starts. Has been a runner-up on the road on four occasions.Has six top fives, an average finish of 11.5 and a best result of third (2012) across the 11 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park races.
Wed, Aug 26, 2015 08:28:00 PM

Scott Steckly had the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 field covered Saturday as he rolled to victory in the Wounded Warriors Canada 300 at Riverside International Speedway.

Steckly took the lead on Lap 157 and set sail in a dominant performance that saw him lap all but second place Marc-Antoine Camirand at the finish. It was the 19th career victory for the driver of the No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge, which ties him for second on the series’ all-time list with D.J. Kennington. It was also the second win in nine visits to the .333-mile Maritime oval for Steckly, from Milverton, Ontario.
Sat, Aug 15, 2015 09:56:00 PM

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) led both practices for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Wounded Warriors Canada 300 at Riverside International Speedway (Nova Scotia).

Laps of 81.908 mph in Practice 1 and 82.318 mph in the Final Practice were the quickest of the 16 cars out on the track. No. 99 Marc-Antoine Camirand, No. 18 David Michaud, No. 3 Jason Hathaway, No. 27 Andrew Ranger, No. 89 Donald Chisholm and No. 17 D.J.Kennington were other drivers running fast laps in these practices.
Sat, Aug 15, 2015 03:58:00 PM

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) led the first practice for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Wounded Warriors Canada 300 at Riverside International Speedway.

His 81.908 mph lap was the quickest of the 16 cars out on the track for the first practice session. No. 99 Marc-Antoine Camirand, No. 18 David Michaud, No. 3 Jason Hathaway and No. 27 Andrew Ranger are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No. 10 D.J. Casey was the slowest.
Sat, Aug 15, 2015 12:59:00 PM

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) has a series-leading three championships (2008, ‘11, ‘13) through the first eight years of NASCAR Canadian Tire Series competition.

Owner of 18 wins, 16 poles, 64 top fives and 79 top 10s. Is tied for the all-time poles lead with Andrew Ranger while his top fives and top 10s totals rank second all-time. His wins total sits third in the record book. Is the all-time leader in races (54) and laps led (4,638), and is one of three drivers to start each of the 106 all-time events.All 18 of his wins and 13 of his poles have come on ovals, where he’s led a record 48 races that have resulted in 43 top fives and 51 top 10s in 68 outings.Has a win (2011), three poles (2010, `11, `13), five top 10s and an average finish of eighth in the eight Riverside International Speedway races.
Wed, Aug 12, 2015 07:58:00 PM

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) has a series-leading three championships (2008, ‘11, ‘13) through the first eight years of career NASCAR Canadian Tire Series competition.

Owner of 18 wins, 15 poles, 64 top fives and 78 top 10s. Is now tied for the all-time poles lead with Andrew Ranger while his top fives and top 10s totals rank second all-time. His wins total sits third in the record book. Is the all-time leader in races (54) and laps led (4,638), and is one of three drivers to start each of the 105 all-time events.Has three poles, 21 top fives, 30 top 10s and an average finish of 8.5 in 37 career road course starts. Has been a runner-up on the road on four occasions.Has six top 10s, an average finish of 10th and a best result of second (2008) in the eight Circuit de Trois-Rivieres races.
Thu, Jul 30, 2015 10:15:00 AM

Scott Steckly finished 10th in Saturday night's NASCAR Canadian Tire Series race at Autodrome St. Eustache in Quebec.

He started the No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge on the pole for the Lucas Oil National 250. He earned the 3M Lap Leader Award for leading the most laps (217 of the 256-lap race). Steckly continues as the points leader in the 2015 Canadian Tire Series championship standings after this event. He leads second-place Jason Hathaway, who finished 15th in the race, by 11 points.
Mon, Jul 27, 2015 09:30:00 PM

Scott Steckly swept both ends of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1’s recent western swing from the pole, and brought his momentum to Quebec where he captured a third-consecutive pole Saturday in qualifying at Autodrome St-Eustache.

Steckly, of Milverton, Ontario, posted a fast lap of 17.173 seconds (83.853 mph) Saturday in qualifying for the Lucas Oil National 250 presented by Lacroix Tuning. It marked the 16th pole of his career overall, which moved him into a tie with J.R. Fitzpatrick for the series’ all-time lead.
Sat, Jul 25, 2015 05:19:00 PM

Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge) led the first practice for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Lucas Oil National 250 at Autodrome St. Eustache in Quebec.

His 82.347 mph lap was the quickest of the 16 cars out on the track for the first practice session. No. 17 D.J. Kennington, No. 74 Kevin Lacroix, No. 18 Alex Tagliani and No. 99 Marc-Antoine Camirand are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No.98 Larry Jackson was the slowest.
Sat, Jul 25, 2015 02:18:00 PM