Chevrolet Silverado 250 is a NASCAR-sanctioned stock car race, held at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Mosport) as part of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tour, first held in 2013.
History [ edit ]
The first race held on a
road course by the Camping World Truck Series in 13 years, it was announced that the race would be held starting in 2013, on [1 ] Labor Day weekend, in November 2012, replacing the previous NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve as NASCAR's annual event held in Canada. In April 2013, it was announced that the race would be sponsored by [2 ] General Motors Canada, becoming the Chevy Silverado 250. [3 ]
The inaugural event, run September 1, 2013, saw
James Buescher win the pole at a speed of 109.189 miles per hour (175.723 km/h); [4 ] Ty Dillon led the most laps in the race before contact between him and Chase Elliott at White's Corner coming to the checkered flag sent Dillon into a tire barrier. Dillon promised that "next week he won't finish the race" but he didn't pursue any payback eventually. In 2014 Ryan Blaney battled [5 ] German Quiroga with Blaney beating Quiroga in a photo-finish.
2013 Chase Elliott Spins Ty Dillon to Win, Max Papis and Mike Skeen also wrecks in the same place, the Mike Skeen's girlfriend slapped Max in the face, Germán Quiroga also fights with James Buescher.
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References [ edit ]
^ Pappone, Jeff. " Ron Fellows looks back fondly as Mosport upgrades to draw bigger events ". Toronto: , November 30, 2012. Accessed 2013-04-29. The Globe and Mail
^ " NASCAR's truck series to race at Canada road course in 2013". Sporting News, November 16, 2012. Accessed 2013-04-29.
^ McDonald, Norris. " Chevy Silverado to sponsor NASCAR race at CTMP". Wheels.ca. Toronto: , April 29, 2013. Accessed 2013-04-29. Toronto Star
^ "James Buescher wins pole for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series road course race in Canada". MassLive.com / . Springfield, MA. August 31, 2013 The Republican . Retrieved . 2013-09-01
^ "Chase Elliott wins road-course race". Fox Sports. September 1, 2013 . Retrieved . 2013-09-01
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