Saturday, March 09, 2019

NASCAR Pinty's Series at Motorama 2019

It was a big day for NASCAR Pinty's Series stockcar racing at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo on Saturday, March 9 as driver Mark Dilley unveiled his No. 64 car (above) and announced his return to full-time racing, Jason Hathaway was also at the show and he also returns to a full time slot after missing two seasons. Driver and former Champion Andrew Ranger of the No. 27 car was also meeting fans and signing autographs at the MOPAR booth. Tomorrow (Sunday, March 10) you can the NASCAR Pinty's drivers at the Driver Q&A session on the Rust-Oleum Stage from 12:30pm-1:30pm. You can find the 2019 NASCAR Pinty's Series schedule on my post here and don't forget that they will be racing in Toronto during the 2019 Honda Indy in Exhibition Place.

“I was No.64 when I started racing back in ’83, I ran No.64 up until 2004. Then after 21 years I changed it to No.9 for the Dodge folk, and then when Kerry and I ran the No.02” said Dilley. “NASCAR racing is something I’ve always wanted to get back to, and I missed the No.64, so I’m hoping it’ll bring us some luck in the future.”

For Hathaway, who took off time to be with family: “I still have the competitiveness burning inside of me to win races in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. I know I can get the job done in the seat and with my team. We are a close group of hard-working guys and we all decided it was time for us to run full time together again.” Said Hathaway from the Team’s Stouffville, Ontario based shop.

Driver Andrew Ranger gives the thumbs up
The fifth annual Motorama Show continues all weekend long from March 8-10 at the Toronto International Centre and parking is free at the Conference Centre located at Airport and Derry Roads. On Sunday the show takes place in Halls 1-4 starting at 10am and finishing at 5pm. There are several other professional racing series at the show with representation from CASC-Ontario Region, OSCAAR and Porsche Canada.

There are plenty of cars at the show and of many varieties such as drag cars, hot rods, custom cars, modified cars and a corral full of mustangs.

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