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2017 NASCAR Pinty's Series
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The 2017 NASCAR Pinty's Series was the eleventh season of the NASCAR Pinty's Series. Beginning on May 21 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, the season consisted of thirteen races at eleven different venues in Canada. The season ended at Jukasa Motor Speedway on September 23. Cayden Lapcevich is the defending Drivers' Champion. Alex Labbé won the championship when the Green Flag dropped at the last race, as there were not enough entries for Labbé to lose that many points that Kevin Lacroix could have taken the championship. Labbé won the championship by a 16-point margin over Lacroix.

DriversEdit

No. Manufacturer Car Owner Race Driver Crew Chief
1 Ford Bud Morris Joey McColm 1 Ed Wrong
02 Ford Susan Micks Matthew Scannell 4 Rino Montanari 5
Jeff Walt 4
Howie Scannell Jr. 4
Mark Dilley 8
Robin Buck 1
03 Dodge Elie Arseneau Elie Arseneau 1 Brandon White
3 Chevrolet Ed Hakonson Jason Hathaway 3[1] Craig Masters
04 Dodge Eric Kerub J. F. Dumoulin[2] Robin McCluskey
4 Dodge Rob McConnell Trevor Monaghan 1 Rob McConnell
5 Dodge Kevin Dowler Noel Dowler 6 Rick Crawford
8 Dodge 7
Ford 1
Bud Morris Larry Jackson 4 Ed Wrong 3
Dave Stephens 4
Kevin Hien 1
Brett Taylor (R) 1
Jason Hankewich 1
Joey McColm 2
09 Dodge Trevor Seibert Charles Harvey (R) 3 Jeremy Coulter 1
Al Lebert 2
9 Ford Brad Martin Adam Martin (R)[3] Terry Wilson 12
Vic Decker 1
10 Dodge Murray Haukaas Luc Haukaas (R) 3 Brett Haukaas
11 Dodge Martin Cote Martin Cote (R) 5 Unknown 1
Denys Beaudin 1
Dave Coursol 1
Herby Drescher 2
15 Ford Bill Mathews Steve Mathews 1 Unknown
17 Dodge Doug Kennington D. J. Kennington[4] Ted McAlister
18 Dodge Colin Livingston 2 Alex Tagliani[5] Tyler Case
Scott Steckly 11
20 Dodge Anthony Parisien Raymond Guay (R) 2 Herby Drescher
21 Chevrolet 2 Rob McConnell Jason White 2 Rob McConnell
Dodge 1 Trevor Monaghan 1
22 Dodge 9 Scott Steckly Christopher Bell 1[6] Randy Steckly 12
Scott Steckly 1
Donald Theetge (R) 8[7]
Chevrolet 4 Marc-Antoine Camirand 4[8]
25 Dodge 6
Ford 5
Chevrolet 2
Bud Morris Brett Taylor (R) 2 Frank Millman 1
Ed Wrong 4
Clement Samson 5
Dave Stephens 1
Kevin Hien 2
Larry Jackson 3
Simon Dion-Viens 5[9]
Jason Hankewich 2
Joey McColm 1
27 Dodge Doug Kennington Andrew Ranger 12[1] David Wight
Larry Jackson 1
28 Dodge Doug Kennington 2
D. J. Kennington 6
Larry Jackson 1 Dave Stephens 1
Armani Williams (R) 6[10] Joey McColm 3
Ed Wrong 3
John Fletcher 1 Scott Fletcher 1
32 Ford Alain Lord Mounir Alex Labbé[1] Mario Gosselin
42 Chevrolet Peter Klutt Ryan Klutt (R) 1 Jason Humphries
Peter Klutt 2
43 Dodge Trevor Seibert Robin Buck 3 Daniel Bois 1
Jeff Steenbakkers 1
Al Lebert 1
44 Chevrolet 1 Scott Steckly Adam Andretti (R) 2[11] Mike Knott
Dodge 1
46 Chevrolet Lewis Krzysik Jamie Krzysik (R) 1 Lewis Krzysik
47 Dodge Marc-André Bergeron L. P. Dumoulin[12] Bill Burns
51 Dodge Murray Haukaas Nick Jewell 3 David Hall
54 Dodge Holly Klym Stefan Klym (R) 3 Tony Mickelchuk
55 Dodge Holly Klym Destiny Klym (R) 3 Devon Brown
56 Dodge Dan Bray David Michaud (R) 3 Jonathan Lavoie 1
Mike Knott 3
Brad Graham 1
59 Dodge Peter Klutt Gary Klutt 6[1] John Fletcher
67 Chevrolet David Thorndyke David Thorndyke 2 Kattie Smilovsky
69 Chevrolet Trevor Seibert Carl Gauthier (R) 1 Al Lebert
Trevor Seibert 1
74 Dodge Sylvain Lacroix Kevin Lacroix[1] Don Thomson Jr.
76 Dodge Sherri Lapcevich Cayden Lapcevich[1] Jeff Lapcevich
77 Dodge Katherine Almeida Jocelyn Fecteau 2 Eric-Pierre Martel
83 Chevrolet Menno Admiraal Ian Admiraal (R) 3 Travis Sharpe
89 Ford Donald Chisholm Donald Chisholm 2 George Koszkulics
95 Dodge Peter Simone Anthony Simone 12 Nick Markwell 9
Paul Simone 2
Greg Franklin 1
99 Chevrolet Brandon White Brandon White 4 Zach Goodleaf 2
Simon Charron 2

ScheduleEdit

No. Race title Tracks Date
1 Can-Am 200 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville May 21
2 Choko/Fast Eddie 250 presented by Havoline Delaware Speedway, London June 3
3 CRS Express 300 Autodrome Chaudière, Vallée-Jonction June 25[a]
4 ECKO Unlimited 75 Circuit ICAR, Mirabel July 8
5 Pinty's Grand Prix of Toronto Exhibition Place, Toronto July 15
6 Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s presented by Bayer Wyant Group Raceway, Saskatoon July 25
7
8 LUXXUR 300 presented by Bayer Edmonton International Raceway, Wetaskiwin July 29
9 Le 50 Tours CanAm Circuit Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières August 13
10 Bumper To Bumper 300 Riverside International Speedway, Antigonish August 20[b]
11 Total Quartz 200 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville September 3
12 Lucas Oil 250 presented by Bumper to Bumper & Coors Light Autodrome Saint-Eustache, Saint-Eustache September 9
13 Pinty's Fall Brawl 200 Jukasa Motor Speedway, Cayuga September 23
Source:[16]
Notes
  1. ^ The CRS Express 300 was postponed six days due to the forecast for rain throughout the weekend,[13] before being postponed another two days due to the forecast for rain.[14]
  2. ^ The Bumper To Bumper 300 was postponed a day due to persistent inclement weather.[15]
  • The race at Kawartha Speedway was originally scheduled for 16 September, but was removed from the schedule by NASCAR on 2 August following recent management changes. The season finale moved to 23 September to the newly reopened track Jukasa Motor Speedway.[17]

Results and StandingsEdit

RacesEdit

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer
1 Can-Am 200[18] Kevin Lacroix Kevin Lacroix Kevin Lacroix Dodge
2 Choko/Fast Eddie 250 presented by Havoline[19] Andrew Ranger Kevin Lacroix Alex Labbé Ford
3 CRS Express 300[20] Donald Theetge Cayden Lapcevich Cayden Lapcevich Dodge
4 ECKO Unlimited 75[21] Alex Tagliani Alex Tagliani Kevin Lacroix Dodge
5 Pinty's Grand Prix of Toronto[22] Andrew Ranger Kevin Lacroix Kevin Lacroix Dodge
6 Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s presented by Bayer[23] Kevin Lacroix Alex Labbé Alex Labbé Ford
7 Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s presented by Bayer[24] D. J. Kennington1 D. J. Kennington Cayden Lapcevich Dodge
8 LUXXUR 300 presented by Bayer[25] Alex Labbé Alex Labbé Alex Labbé Ford
9 Le 50 Tours CanAm[26] Andrew Ranger Alex Tagliani Alex Tagliani Dodge
10 Bumper To Bumper 300[27] D. J. Kennington2 Alex Tagliani Alex Labbé Ford
11 Total Quartz 200[28] Kevin Lacroix Kevin Lacroix Kevin Lacroix Dodge
12 Lucas Oil 250 presented by Bumper to Bumper & Coors Light[29] Kevin Lacroix Alex Labbé Alex Labbé Ford
13 Pinty's Fall Brawl 200[30] D. J. Kennington Donald Theetge Cayden Lapcevich Dodge
Notes
  • 1 – Starting grid was set by the fastest lap times from the first Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100 race.
  • 2 – The qualifying session for the Bumper To Bumper 300 was cancelled due to weather. The starting line-up was decided by Practice results.

Drivers' championshipEdit

(keyBold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position set by final practice results or Owners' points. * – Most laps led.

Pos Driver MOS DEL CHA ICA TOR WYA WYA EDM TRO RIV MOS STE JUK Points
1 Alex Labbé 5 1 2 4 4 1* 3 1* 5 1 6 1* 20 542
2 Kevin Lacroix 1* 5* 6 1 1* 8 4 9 18 2* 1* 4 4 526
3 Cayden Lapcevich 4 12 1* 16 7 3 1 3 7 9 11 3 1 509
4 L. P. Dumoulin 6 4 3 14 2 6 5 5 4 14 5 5 3 497
5 D. J. Kennington 17 3 4 8 6 2 2* 6 8 3 9 7 17 486
6 Alex Tagliani 18 2 7 5* 14 20 9 4 1* 6 2 10 6 477
7 Andrew Ranger 2 6 9 2 15 10 7 INJ1 2 5 3 8 10 454
8 J. F. Dumoulin 7 7 8 13 5 9 19 15 6 7 14 6 5 451
9 Adam Martin (R) 10 9 11 15 13 13 12 10 11 8 12 14 19 415
10 Anthony Simone 22 16 Wth 9 8 19 11 8 19 4 11 15 344
11 Donald Theetge (R) 18 5 4 6 2 10 2 2* 308
12 Larry Jackson 21 17 10 7 12 11 10 17 7 284
13 Mark Dilley 15 13 11 8 7 4 9 18 269
14 Gary Klutt 3 9 5 10 13 8 216
15 Noel Dowler 13 7 20 17 18 9 180
16 Simon Dion-Viens 12 6 9 11 12 170
17 Armani Williams (R) 11 14 13 Wth 12 13 157
18 Marc-Antoine Camirand 3 16 3 7 148
19 Martin Cote (R) 19 19 17 20 16 129
20 Brandon White 12 22 13 11 118
21 Robin Buck 16 17 14 24 105
22 Joey McColm 24 15 19 15 103
23 Matthew Scannell 20 17 20 16 103
24 Jason Hathaway 8 10 13 101
25 Brett Taylor (R) 9 18 13 92
26 David Michaud (R) 11 10 20 91
27 Ian Admiraal (R) 15 15 16 86
28 Stefan Klym (R) 16 17 14 85
29 Destiny Klym (R) 18 16 18 80
30 Adam Andretti (R) 3 10 75
31 Donald Chisholm 13 8 68
32 Jason White 14 8 66
33 Peter Klutt 10 15 63
34 Raymond Guay (R) 12 16 60
35 Luc Haukaas (R) 12 18 Wth 58
36 Jason Hankewich 17 14 Wth 57
37 Charles Harvey (R) 15 Wth 16 57
38 Trevor Monaghan 21 14 53
39 David Thorndyke 13 23 52
40 Elie Arseneau 11 33
41 Trevor Seibert 11 33
42 Ryan Klutt (R) 12 32
43 Jamie Krzysik (R) 12 32
44 Brad Graham 12 32
45 Steve Mathews 14 30
46 John Fletcher 14 30
47 Jocelyn Fecteau 15 Wth 29
48 Christopher Bell 23 21
49 Carl Gauthier (R) 25 19
Nick Jewell Wth Wth Wth 0
Pos Driver MOS DEL CHA ICA TOR WYA WYA EDM TRO RIV MOS STE JUK Points
Notes
  • 1 – Andrew Ranger got ill after Practice of the LUXXUR 300 presented by Bayer and before Qualifying the team put Larry Jackson in the car.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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