2013 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series season

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2013 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series season
NASCAR Canadian Tire Series
Season
Races 12
Start date May 19
End date September 22
Awards
Champion Scott Steckly
Chronology
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The 2013 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series season is the seventh season of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series taking place in the summer of 2013. The season composed of twelve races at ten different venues. Seven of those events were contested on oval courses.

Summary[edit]

The seventh season consists of 12 events spanning across 5 provinces featuring 12 events. Television rights are once again licensed to TSN in one hour tape delayed episodes, excluding both events at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park road course which will be aired live on TSN and CTV.

The season started on May 19 at the newly renovated Canadian Tire Motorsport Park with L. P. Dumoulin collecting his first series win with long time veteran Jeff Lapcevich finishing second. After a two year hiatus the series is set to return to the Autodrome St. Eustache on 27 July as the events in Montreal and Edmonton will not return the calendar.

Drivers[edit]

Number Driver Maker Sponsor Owner Chief Crew
02 Kerry Micks Ford Dickies/Beyond Digital Imaging/PartSource Susan Micks Tyler Case
Mark Dilley Rino Montanari
03 Elie Arseneau Chevrolet Monsieur Muffler Jason Roussakis TBA
3 Jason Hathaway Dodge Snap-on/Vortex Brake Pads Ed Hakonson Craig Masters
4 Ty Dillon Chevrolet Snap-on/Fitzpatrick Motorsports Chevrolet John Fitzpatrick Ted McAlister
04 Jean Francois Dumoulin Dodge Group Bellemare/GP3R Dodge Paul Corbeil Tony Pratte
5 Noel Dowler Dodge EMCO/Rheem Kevin Dowler Bud Roy
07 Isabelle Tremblay Ford Group Beton Brunet/ADF Diesel Dave Jacombs TBA
7 Peter Shepherd Dodge National Exhaust/HY-Tech Sharon Shepherd Don Jacobson
09 Ryley Seibert Dodge Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Trevor Seibert Kennan Magnant
15 Steven Mathews Ford Bill Mathews Rick McColl
17 D. J. Kennington Dodge Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Doug Kennington Dave Wight
19 Brad Graham Dodge Holmar Plumbing Reg Arsenault Bill Dobson
21 Jason White Dodge A&W Melissa Mckenzie Derek Lynch
22 Scott Steckly Dodge Canadian Tire/Johnsonville Scott Steckly Giulio Montanari
27 Andrew Ranger Dodge Dodge/PNH Solutions/Lou's BBQ Dave Jacombs TBA
28 Daniel Bois Dodge Thermal Technology Serv. D. J. Kennington Bill Burns
29 Ray Courtemanche, Jr. Dodge La Cité De Mirabel Inc. Ray Courtemanche, Jr. Tim Ellas
36 Alex Labbé Dodge Soudure Plastique/VR Victoriaville Ghislain Labbé Stephane Therrien
42 Peter Klutt Chevrolet Legendary Motorcar Peter Klutt Ken Stewart
44 Jarrad Whissell Ford SMS Equipment/Komatsu Brian Whissell Donald Barhardt
47 Louis Phillipe Dumoulin Dodge Maskimo/Somavrac Marc-Andre Bergeron Jimmy Briere
50 Joey McColm Dodge Race Time Radio John Atto TBA
55 Dexter Stacey Dodge TBA Kristin Hamelin TBA
56 Howie Scannell, Jr. Dodge RC Trailers/National Tomlinson James Bray Kevin Blacklock
60 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Dodge Mopar/Exide/Pennzoi Ronald Beauchamp, Sr. Deon Deneau
66 Robin Buck Dodge Quaker State Sandra D'Angelo Randy Gray
69 Trevor Seibert Dodge Lake Excavating/Emco Waterworks Trevor Seibert Al Lebert
76 Jeff Lapcevich Dodge Tim Hortons Joe Lapcevich Chris Couvillon
81 Larry Jackson Dodge B&B Decals/Speedy Auto Service Brian Barton TBA
82 Dave Connelly Dodge Schneider's David Connelly Mike Kenyon
84 J. R. Fitzpatrick Chevrolet Schick Hydro John Fitzpatrick Don Thomson, Jr.
89 Donald Chisholm Ford Nova Construction/Keltic Ford John Chisholm George Koszkulics
90 Martin Roy Dodge Batteries Expert Normand Roy Mario Gosselin
94 Dave Coursol Dodge Carquest Andre Coursol TBA
97 Hugo Vannini Ford Yvon Vannini Yvon Vannini
99 Derek White Chevrolet OCR Gaz Bar Derek White Jonathan Cote

Schedule[edit]

Race Name Track Track Type Date
1 Vortex Brake Pads 200 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville Road May 19
2 EMCO 200 Delaware Speedway, Delaware Oval June 15
3 Clarington 200 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville Oval June 22
4 Jiffy Lube 100 Presented by Snap-On Circuit ICAR, Mirabel Road July 7
5 A&W Crusin' The Dub 300 Motoplex Speedway, Vernon Oval July 13
6 Velocity Prairie Thunder presented by Bayer CropScience Auto Clearing Motor Speedway, Saskatoon Oval July 17
7 National 250 Presented by Public Mobile Autodrome St. Eustache, St. Eustache Oval July 27
8 JuliaWine.com 100 Circuit Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières Street August 11
9 Wilson Equipment 300 Riverside Speedway, Antigonish Oval August 17
10 Pinty's Presents the Clarington 200 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville Road September 1
11 Hudco Electric Supply 300 Barrie Speedway, Barrie Oval September 8
12 Pinty's 250 Kawartha Speedway, Peterborough Oval September 22

Results[edit]

Races[edit]

Race Name Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Winning manufacturer
1 Vortex Brake Pads 200 J. R. Fitzpatrick L. P. Dumoulin L. P. Dumoulin Dodge
2 EMCO 200 Scott Steckly Pete Shepherd III Pete Shepherd III Dodge
3 Clarington 200 Kerry Micks Kerry Micks Pete Shepherd III Dodge
4 Jiffy Lube 100 Presented by Snap-On Andrew Ranger Andrew Ranger Andrew Ranger Dodge
5 A&W Crusin' The Dub 300 J. R. Fitzpatrick Scott Steckly Scott Steckly Dodge
6 Velocity Prairie Thunder presented by Bayer CropScience J. R. Fitzpatrick Scott Steckly Scott Steckly Dodge
7 National 250 Presented by Public Mobile Ron Beauchamp, Jr. Scott Steckly Scott Steckly Dodge
8 JuliaWine.com 100 Alex Tagliani D. J. Kennington D. J. Kennington Dodge
9 Wilson Equipment 300 Scott Steckly Scott Steckly Jason Hathaway Dodge
10 Pinty's Presents the Clarington 200
11 Hudco Electric Supply 300
12 Pinty's 250
Sources:[1]

Championship standings[edit]

Pos. Driver Races Points[2]
CTMP 1 DEL CTMP 2 ICAR VER SAS St. Eu TRO RIS CTMP 3 BAR KAW
1 D. J. Kennington 4 4 10 115
2 Jason Hathaway 3 11 4 114
3 Jeff Lapcevich 2 12 8 111
4 L. P. Dumoulin 1* 19 7 110
5 Steve Mathews 18 3 5 107
6 J. R. Fitzpatrick 27 2 3 103
7 Martin Roy 20 5 6 103
8 Noel Dowler 8 6 16 102
9 Hugo Vannini 13 8 9 102
10 Pete Shepherd III 1* 1 95
11 Ryley Seibert (R) 11 17 12 92
12 Jason White 15 14 11 92
13 Ray Courtemanche, Jr. 12 15 15 90
14 Scott Steckly 24 21 2 87
15 Trevor Seibert 9 18 21 85
16 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. 16 13 18 85
17 Larry Jackson 22 7 20 83
18 Alex Guennette (R) 26 20 17 70
19 Dave Connelly 9 13 66
20 Kerry Micks 6 19* 65
21 Brad Graham 10 16 62
22 Joey McColm 25 10 53
23 Robin Buck 5 39
24 Ty Dillon 7 37
25 Brandon White (R) 14 30
26 David Thorndyke 14 30
27 Ryan Klutt (R) 17 27
28 Peter Klutt 19 25
29 Howie Scannell, Jr. 21 23
30 Mark Dilley 22 22
31 Daniel Bois (R) 23 21
32 Derek White 28 16
Pos. Driver CTMP 1 DEL CTMP 2 ICAR VER SAS St. Eu TRO RIS CTMP 3 BAR KAW Points
Races
Key
Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver Finished 2nd–5th
Bronze Finished 6th–10th
Green Finished 11th–20th
Blue Finished 21st or worse
Purple Did Not Finish (DNF)
LtGray Did Not Finish, 2nd–5th
LtBrown Did Not Finish, 6th–10th
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
Pink Did Not Qualify (DNQ)
Tan Withdrew From Race (Wth)
White Qualified for another driver (QL)
Qualified but replaced due to injury (INQ)
Blank Did Not Participate (DNP)
Injured or ill (INJ)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)

Bold – Pole position awarded by time.
Italics – Pole position earned by points standings.
* – Most laps led.

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