Friday, December 15, 2017

NASCAR Pinty's Series 2018 Schedule

The flag will drop for Canada's premier stockcar racing series at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on the Victoria Day holiday weekend. With thirteen races in the series, 2018 will feature the first race in the United States at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. You can check out car shows and race tracks on my post here.
Tracks include nine ovals and five road-course races including the July race at the Honda Indy Toronto in Exhibition Place and the last race at Jukasa Motor Speedway in September. This is the 12th year of the series as the cars travel between Nova Scotia to Alberta with a detour into America as part of a NASCAR triple-header.

“The NASCAR Pinty’s Series continues to grow as new talent comes into the series and challenges some of the country’s best stock car drivers,” said Jim Cassidy, NASCAR senior vice president of racing operations. “The 2018 schedule provides a strong platform for these competitors to showcase their driving and covers a number of high-profile events designed to further enhance the series.”
"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 honour in Canadian stock car racing, the 2017 NASCAR Pinty's Series championship."
Here is the 2018 schedule (subject to change)

May 21
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
Bowmanville, Ontario

June 16
Jukasa Motor Speedway
Hamilton, Ontario

June 30
Autodrome Chaudiere
Chaudiere, Quebec

July 14 Honda Indy Toronto
Exhibition Place
Toronto, Ontario

The 125-lap twin features
Jul 25
Wyant Group Raceway
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Jul 25
Wyant Group Raceway
Saskatoon, Sakatchewan

Jul 28
Edmonton International Raceway
Wetaskiwin, Alberta
Aug 12
Circuit de Trois-Rivieres
Trois-Rivieres, Quebec

Aug 18
Riverside International Speedway
Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Aug 26
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
Bowmanville, Ontario

Sep 8
Autodrome St-Eustache
St-Eustache, Quebec

Sep 22
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
London, New Hampshire

Sep 29
Jukusa Motor Speedway (formerly Cayuga)
Hamilton, Ontario

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