Justin Bonsignore Wins Six Straight at Thompson

HOMPSON, Conn. — The streak just keeps on rolling.

Justin Bonsignore became the first driver to win five consecutive NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in April, and on Wednesday, he increased that number by one.

Bonsignore scored his sixth straight win at the historic Connecticut oval, pulling away from the field after passing Jon McKennedy on a restart and never looking back.

It was the 22nd career win for the Holtsville, New York, native and his second of the season. The victory was his 11th at Thompson, a number that leads all active drivers.

“I don’t think anyone in the Whelen Modified Tour would ever think they could pull something off like this,” Bonsignore said. “Deep down, you know you have cars that always come here and you will be able to do it. But we have won them in so many different ways and there are so many different strategies.”

The strategy for this victory was rather easy to decide. Bonsignore took the lead from Craig Lutz on lap 87 after chasing him for the top spot for the middle portion of the race. But a caution on lap 100 sent Bonsignore and the rest of the leaders to pit road for fresh rubber. Once he received his new tires, there was no stopping the veteran.

He restarted to the inside of McKennedy at lap 106, and took the lead entering turn three on the following lap. From there, he pulled away from the field and rolled to victory.

“At lap 100, I was confident that if it just stayed green I would be fine, but when the yellow came out, I was sitting there wondering who was going to pit, who wasn’t going to pit. When McKennedy only took two tires, I knew what his car was going to do. Our car was just so good on three tires.”

Doug Coby, who won his second consecutive Mayhew Tools Dominator Pole Award in qualifying, fought a tight condition early that dropped him to the bottom of the top 10. But after a quick pit stop by his Mayhew Tools team, Coby mounted a charge up to second at the finish.

Craig Lutz, who led a race-high 73 laps, finished third. Former NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour champion Burt Myers was fourth, driving for the injured Dave Sapienza, while Ron Silk rounded out the top five.

Eric Goodale was sixth, followed by Matt Swanson, Sam Rameau, Max Zachem and Woody Pitkat.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to the track at Riverhead Raceway in New York, on Saturday, July 6.


Andrew Ranger Wins at Jukasa, Takes Points Standings Lead

HAGERSVILLE, Ont —For Andrew Ranger, it was weekend of dominance.

The NASCAR Pinty’s Series winningest driver scored his 25th career pole Saturday before dominating the rain-delayed APC 200 at Jukasa Motor Speedway. The 32-year-old driver from Roxton Pond, Quebec led a race-high 82 laps, extending his series-leading win total to 25.

Ranger took his No.27 MOPAR/ Pennzoil Dodge to the lead on Lap 122, passing Peter Shepherd III. After surviving two late restarts, Ranger held off a hard charging Kevin Lacroix in NASCAR Overtime to claim his first win since Toronto in 2018.

“You know, we were a top 10 driver that could win here so I was definitely nervous,” Ranger said. “But again, we decided to do the restart on the inside and it worked pretty good for us and we exit here with a nice win.”

Last year’s race winner Kevin Lacroix used the late restart to his advantage to claim the runner-up spot. The finishing order was reversed from the season-opening race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, where Lacroix held off Ranger.

“The car is always good on long runs and we were hoping for the same today and that’s what happened,” Lacroix said. “We were able to have a good race and put the Bumper to Bumper car in second place and that’s good.”

Peter Shepherd III ran a solid race leading 25 laps and scoring his second podium finish since his return to the series last year.

LP Dumoulin and Alex Tagliani rounded out the top five.

Marc-Antoine Camirand and Mark Dilley both pulled off last race charges to the front, coming home sixth and seventh, respectively.

After leading 68 laps, and despite blowing a tire late in the race, D.J. Kennington was able to fight back and finish eighth. Jason White and Donald Theetge completed the top ten.

Lap 72 will go down in NASCAR Pinty’s Series history as the race leader upon completion was Julia Landauer. She becomes the first women to ever lead a lap in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. She ran up front throughout the race before a late-race incident left her 15th.

With his win, Ranger takes over the lead in the standings, leading Lacroix by one point.. ] LP Dumoulin is in third, 10 points back, and Alex Tagliani and D.J Kennington are tied for fourth, 18 points out of the lead.

The NASCAR Pinty’s Series will take a few weeks off before returning to action Saturday, June 29 for the Budweiser 300 at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee-Jonction, Quebec.

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Doug Coby Dominates For Third Win of Season at Seekonk

SEEKONK, Mass. — Doug Coby seems to be back in prime form.

The five-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion returned to Victory Lane for the third time in the first six races of the season on Saturday at Seekonk Speedway. Coby started from the pole, and although he was passed early by Matt Hirschman, the Milford, Connecticut, driver wasn’t going to be denied.

He dominated the Seekonk 150, scoring his 27th career Whelen Modified Tour win and second at the Massachusetts third-mile.

“I think obviously we are establishing ourselves as a really dominant car at all different size tracks,” Coby said. “We have been on our game and picked up our game everywhere (compared to last year). It’s a long season, and we just need to make sure we keep learning if we are going to be the ones to keep winning races.”

Coby’s dominance was clear throughout the entire day. Although he was fourth in practice, Coby showed the speed under the hood of the No. 2 Mayhew Tools Chevrolet in qualifying, scoring his third Mayhew Tools Dominator Pole Award of the season.

Once the green flag dropped, it was Coby’s race to lose. After he passed Hirschman for the lead on lap 15, the veteran never looked back. Coby now has four top five finishes in six starts at Seekonk.

“I want to start on the front row here anytime I can,” Coby said. “You can just get out front and if you made the right adjustments like we did, and you can get out front, you can ride around out front and wait for every caution. I was running three 50 lap races in my head. At the end of each 50, I was just trying to get the end of the next 50.”

Defending series champion Justin Bonsignore started eighth, but made moves through the front of the field and finished second. After winning the Seekonk 150 last year, Bonsignore found himself chasing Coby in the final laps, but couldn’t quite get the run he needed to get back to Victory Lane.

Craig Lutz was third, scoring his second podium finish of the season. Ron Silk continued his early success with a fourth-place finish, while Timmy Solomito scored his first top five since Riverhead Raceway last September, in fifth.

Chris Pasteryak was sixth, followed by Anthony Nocella, Matt Swanson, Patrick Emerling and Andrew Krause.

The Seekonk 150 will air on NBCSN on Wednesday, June 5 at 7 p.m.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to the track for the Thompson 125 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Wednesday, June 5.


Chase Cabre Scores First Career Win at Memphis

MILLINGTON, Tenn. — Chase Cabre is finally a winner in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series.

In his 33rd career race, after two full seasons behind the wheel and three runner-up finishes, the Tampa, Florida native earned his first career victory in the Memphis 150 presented by AutoZone.

Upon climbing out in Victory Lane at Memphis International Raceway, Cabre struggled to comprehend what he’d accomplished after two plus years of trying.

“I’m so damn pumped up,” he said with an infectious smile. “It’s been a long time coming. Three years and coming up second a handful of times, it’s so good to come out on top. My crew gave me a good car, I’m really thankful for the opportunity. God’s a good man and finally brought us home a win today.”

Cabre became the eighth different driver from the NASCAR Drive For Diversity Driver Development Program to win a NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race. He gave Rev Racing, which has fielded the competition team for the program since 2010, its 20th win.

The move that ultimately turned out to be the winning one came on the restart following the second scheduled break. Cabre dove inside of Sam Mayer, made contact with the No. 21, who subsequently shot up the track into polesitter Max McLaughlin.

Cabre didn’t look back from there, surviving one more restart and a charge from Ty Gibbs to earn the victory.

Gibbs finished runner-up for the second straight race (also the second of his career). His DGR-Crosley teammate Tanner Gray came home third, with Mayer and Derek Kraus rounding out the top five.

McLaughlin, Drew Dollar, Todd Gilliland, Brittney Zamora and Parker Retzlaff, making his series debut, completed the top 10.

Kraus maintains the championship points lead by two over Sam Mayer, while Cabre moved into a tie for third with Gray. They’re both 12 back of Kraus.

The Memphis 150 is scheduled to be broadcast on NBCSN on Wednesday, June 5 at 6 p.m.

The next K&N Pro Series West event will take place on Saturday, June 15 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.


Kevin Lacroix Holds off Andrew Ranger in CTMP Thriller

BOWMANVILLE, Ont —One year ago, Kevin Lacroix was in the cat bird seat.

He led 41 of the Clarington 200’s 51 laps, including the white flag lap, but lost the win to L.P. Dumoulin after making contact with Andrew Ranger in the final corner.

This time, Lacroix wasn’t going to be denied.

After gambling on pit strategy by taking tires late in the race, he was on a mission.

In shades similar to last year, Lacroix took the white flag after making a dramatic pass of Andrew Ranger. Lacroix’s No.74 Bumper to Bumper / Total / Gates Dodge was able to hold off Ranger plus a hard charging Gary Klutt to pick up his 11th career win in the Clarington 200.

“Same as last year, I had Andrew on the last lap,” Lacroix said. “It was a little bit stressful in corner five, but this time we kept it clean. We got the win at the end, it was the other way last year.”

“We had the best car, we waited a little bit longer this year to change the tires. It paid at the end, it made the car better and faster.”

It was also a record-setting fourth victory for Lacroix at the historic Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP). He previously shared the record with Ranger and LP Dumoulin.

Lacroix led a race-high 18 laps. Ranger held on to the runner-up position after leading 10 laps.

“We had the lead and we tried a different strategy,” Ranger said after coming up short. “At the end I was finding that I was a little loose and I knew Kevin was coming very fast. I was really nervous on the last few restarts and he did a great job. He closed in on the back stretch, I tried to save it and he passed me.”

Polesitter Gary Klutt finished third after using the same pit strategy as Lacroix. Defending NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion LP Dumoulin finished 4th. Jason Hathaway finished fifth in his return to full-time competition.

JF Dumoulin, who will run all four road races finished sixth and 2017 series champion Alex Labbe finished seventh in his return to the series., D.J Kennington, Peter Klutt and Jason White completed the top ten.

Despite shredding a right rear tire early in the race, Alex Tagliani managed to rebound to finish 11th, while Joe Gibbs development driver Riley Herbst finished 20th after contact on the last lap.

The Clarington 200 will air on TSN on Saturday, May 25 at 11:30 a.m. and RDS2 on Sunday, June 15 at 10:30 a.m.

Lacroix looks to become the first driver in series history to open the season with two straight wins. He’s the defending race winner of the APC 200 at Jukasa Motor Speedway, which will be contested this year on Saturday, June 1 at 8 p.m. (live on in the United States).


Woody Pitkat Outlasts Competition To Score Wall Stadium Win

WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. — The wait was well worth it for Woody Pitkat.

The Stafford, Connecticut, native outlasted all other competitors in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour return to Wall Stadium Speedway on Saturday and took the checkered flag in the first event at the third-mile in 12 years.

It was the fourth career Whelen Modified Tour win for Pitkat, and his first in four years. It was also his first win driving for Danny Watts Racing in his 21st start with the team. Pitkat took over the ride after the passing of Ted Christopher in 2017.

The race didn’t look like it was going to fall into Pitkat’s lap until the final stages. Doug Coby took control of the race on lap 66 after starting sixth and led a race-high 72 laps. He was in control of the field on a restart on lap 138, and after contact with home town favorite Andrew Krause entering turn three, both of their chances ended. Krause, who was fastest in practice and 35 laps himself, was done for the night.

That handed the lead to former series champion Ron Silk, who looked as though he would score his second win of the young season driving for Kevin Stuart. But, a restart with just five laps remaining ended Silk’s chances as contact sent him spinning, in a wreck that collected many of the cars left on the track.

From there, the battle for Pitkat wasunderway. On a green-white-checkered restart in NASCAR overtime, Pitkat lined up to the outside of Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender Timmy Catalano on the front row. At the green, he powered by to the lead and never looked back, as the No. 82 Horton Avenue Materials Chevrolet started smoking while the nerf-bar starting rubbing on the right-rear tire.

In the end, he made it around to the checkered flag at the top of the field.

In the late dash, rising star Blake Barney powered his way to a second-place finish, his career best effort in Whelen Modified Tour competition. Veteran Rob Summers was third, followed by Catalano and Dave Sapienza.

Eric Goodale was sixth, followed by Ken Heagy, Ron Silk, Tommy Catalano and Doug Coby.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to the track on Saturday, June 1, as the series makes a trip to Massachusetts and Seekonk Speedway.

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ASHLEY ASKS…… Anthony Simone

After running his own team the past several seasons, Anthony Simone will embark on a new journey for the 2019 NASCAR Pinty’s Series, partnering with Canada’s Best Racing Team (CBRT) for the full schedule.

Ahead of the season opener at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Simone shared his thoughts with POPULAR SPEED.

POPULAR SPEED: What are your thoughts entering the season?

ANTHONY SIMONE: Really looking to have some good finishes this year (by) trying to finish all the laps and finish consistently in the top-five. I definitely think this is the best shot that we’re giving ourselves to be successful with the set-up with CBRT and Mopar Engines and being aligned with them. Should be a great year, and looking to some great results.

PS: One of the questions that has come up since the unveil is why did you make the decision to partner with CBRT this season while having your own team?

SIMONE: I was approached them in December and just talked about it. I have a lot of other racing going on down south and it takes a lot of time to prepare the cars. So we just figured this year that this way I’d get new cars, new engines – and have a lot of solid support. It just made sense for me and the team to partner up and make a good push at the championship.

PS: What are your thoughts heading into CTMP?

SIMONE: Looking for a good start to the season. Looking at the weather, it’s going to be a little bit warmer with a bit of rain possible on Sunday, and with this race you don’t know what to expect. Sometimes it clear, sometimes you get a bit of a rain thrown in as it has rained the past few years. So just trying to keep positive and hopefully we keep it all together and have a good result.

PS: What’s the toughest challenge of CTMP?

SIMONE: Definitely the speed and having a good clean race throughout, hitting your marks. Going fast as you possibly can, but also while conserving tires. Nobody knows what the new General Tires are going to do and how they’re going to react on a long run. Everybody has just tried them, but nobody has been in the race conditions so it’s kind of an unknown going into the event on new tires. The car feels good on the short run, but we don’t know what it’s going to be 20, 25 laps on the tires.

So it’s just about hitting your marks and putting down consistent laps and at the end of the day, whoever has the best tires and equipment will be the best.

PS: What track are you most looking forward to this season?

SIMONE: I’m a road course guy so I like Toronto and Trois-Riveries. For the ovals, Jukasa is obviously a beautiful track so going there twice is nice for the series. Going out west, Saskatoon is a nice place. Looking forward to all those places, pretty well.

PS: What are your thoughts on the current state of the Pinty’s Series?

SIMONE: I think it’s in a good spot. I think you’re going to see the most full-time cars that you’ve probably seen the past four or five years; I think there’s 12 or 13 full-time cars this year. If you look at the competition, it’s the best in Canada.

PS: What would your advice to the next generation of racers be?

SIMONE: Just keep pushing and keep trying to achieve your goals. It’s a high spending sport so keep trying to get the sponsors and do the best you can with the best results, and keep pushing forward.



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Derek Kraus Sweeps Tucson Twins in Dominating Fashion

TUCSON, Ariz. — Tucson was twice as nice for the Derek Kraus Saturday night.

The Stratford, Wisconsin, native swept the Port of Tucson Twin 100s for his third and fourth K&N Pro Series victories of the season and first wins on the West coast.

Coming off a win in the second 100-lap championship race last week at Virginia’s South Boston Speedway — giving him two NASCAR K&N Pro Series East wins — Kraus and the No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota established a goal to win both NASCAR K&N Pro Series West races and take command of the championship standings coming into Arizona.

They did exactly that.

“That was the goal coming into this race,” said Kraus in Victory Lane at Tucson Speedway. “Now we got the points lead going into the next K&N West race. That was really good and we’ll look to stay consistent the rest of the season. We just had to stay patient and it paid off at the end.”

In the first Tucson race, Kraus took the lead from pole sitter Tanner Gray going into Turn 1 and never relinquished the top spot, leading all 100 laps.

Gray, Hailie Deegan, Jagger Jones and Brittney Zamora rounded out the top five finishers in Race No. 1. Matt Levin, Trevor Huddleston, Todd Souza, Dustin Ash and John Wood completed the top 10.

Race No. 2 was a different story for Kraus, who didn’t grab the lead until past the halfway point. But once he did, it was smooth sailing to another victory.

Gray came home second for the second consecutive race, with Zamora finishing a career-best third after leading 26 laps from the pole.

Trevor Huddleston and Matt Levin completed the top five, with Jagger Jones, Dustin Ash, Travis Milburn, Takuma Koga and Bill Kann rounding out the top 10.

Hailie Deegan, who entered the night leading the points, finished 15th after contact with Huddleston going into Turn 2 that spun her around and forced her behind the wall for repairs.

Kody Vanderwal finished 11th and 12th, respectively in the twin 100s, after sweeping the twin races last season at the 0.375-mile track.

Kraus, who leads the K&N Pro East standings by four points, has an 18-point cushion over Sunrise Ford/Bruncati Racing teammates Huddleston and Jones. Deegan fell to fourth, another five points back.

Port of Tucson Twin Race 1 is scheduled to be broadcast on NBCSN on Wednesday, May 22 at 4 p.m., with No. 2 scheduled to be broadcast the same day at 7 p.m.

The next K&N Pro Series West event will take place on Saturday, June 8 at Colorado National Speedway.


NAPA Spring Sizzler Postponed To May 11

Due to the rain expected this Friday, the NAPA Auto Parts Spring Sizzler® Whelen Modified Tour 200 has been moved to Saturday, May 11th, in an afternoon format. All 5 of Stafford’s weekly divisions will compete in a feature only format with feature racing slated to begin at 1:15pm. The 48th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Whelen Modified Tour 200 is scheduled to roll off at 4:45pm.

All tickets purchased for the NAPA Spring Sizzler® will be honored Saturday, May 11th. NAPA Auto Parts ticket holder buffet will be held from 11:00am to 1:00pm Saturday May 11th. Stafford’s five weekly divisions will compete in a feature only format with the Top-18 in points locked into their respective feature events. Consi’s will be held for SK and SK Lights if needed.

The track will be open Friday until 6:00pm for trailer parking and the track office will be open until 5:00pm for pit band exchange and ticket sales. Pit gates will open at 7:30am Saturday morning with practice for Stafford’s weekly divisions scheduled for 10:30am and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at 12:35am. General admission gates will open at 10:30am as well.

As a reminder: The Open Modified 80 event scheduled for May 10th has been moved to May 24th in conjunction with Dunleavy’s Truck and Trailer Repair Modifiedz Night.

“We appreciate all of our teams to continue to work with us,” explained Stafford GM Mark Arute. “This weather has been unprecedented and we want to ensure we get the Spring Sizzler in this weekend. With the forecast calling for rain throughout the day and evening on Friday it made the most sense to move the event to Saturday. We apologize for any inconvenience, one thing we can’t control is the weather. Hope to see everyone at the track Saturday.”

For more information, contact the Stafford Motor Speedway track office at 860-684-2783, visit us on the web at, or contact us on social media.


2019 NASCAR Pinty’s Series Silly Season Synopsis

As the season opener for the NASCAR Pinty’s Series at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park looms closer, the plans for various teams in the series continue to be revealed, with several announcements over the past couple of weeks.

With the first week of May in the books, here is where the grid currently stands.

DJK Racing will be fielding a pair of entries, with Andrew Ranger and D.J. Kennington full-time, chasing after the championship. Ranger told POPULAR SPEED with the improvement over the past three years, he feels that they have all the puzzle pieces to finish the races, have fun, win races, and take home the championship. 

Julia Landauer will also continue to run events in the series, scheduled to run Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on May 19, Jukasa Motor Speedway on June 1, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on August 25, New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 21, and again at Jukasa Motor Speedway on September 28 for DJK Racing.

Canada’s Best Racing Team has strengthened their effort, partnering with Wright Motorsports Incorporated. They will field 2018 Rookie of the Year Brett Taylor full-time in one of their entries. The Alberta native believes the merger, combined with building a pair of new cars, a new engine builder and adding new personnel, sees them “coming into the season with the tools to win.”

They will also be running the No. 1 entry full-time with Anthony Simone behind the wheel, through a sponsorship partnership with Silverline Tools. CBRT General Manager Joey McColm will serve as the crew chief for the effort.

Jason White also joins the team, set to run six events across the schedule with veteran Larry Jackson serving as his crew chief. The British Columbia native has made 94 career starts to date, so by running these events, he will hit the 100-milestone mark when he takes the green flag at Wyant Group Raceway. 

Ed Hakonson Racing announced in March that Jason Hathaway will be returning to the series on a full-time basis, after spending the past two years pursuing other racing endeavors. 

“Our team is solely focused on winning races and the championship,” Hathaway told POPULAR SPEED last month. “From where we’re at, this is our major goal and we have been working towards it all winter. We’re working on the cars, building on some new ones, so I guess all cards on the table entering the year.”

22 Racing will be once again fielding three entries full-time, with Alex Tagliani, Marc-Antoine Camirand and Donald Theetge behind the wheel. After scoring his first career series victory last year at St. Eustache, Camirand “is looking forward to being a championship contender.” Tagliani knows what it feels like to be in title contention, placing second last year to L.P. Dumoulin. 

Micks Motorsports revealed at the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo that Mark Dilley will be returning to the series full-time behind the wheel of the No. 64 Leland Industries Ford. Additionally, they will field rookie T.J. Rinomato in four road/street course events in the No. 02 Ford.

The news shook the racing world in March, as they announced a commitment to the future of motorsports, with plans to support five teams in 2020, before bumping the total to eight in 2021 across all of NASCAR’s divisions.

Dumoulin Competition returns with 2018 series champion L.P. Dumoulin prepared to defend his championship, on the heels of signing a three-year extension with primary sponsor WeatherTech last year. 

“It means the world to us,” Dumoulin told POPULAR SPEED in November. “We’ve done seven seasons together with myself, Dumoulin Competition, Bellevue, and WeatherTech and we’ve got two championships. It means the world for me, but the team as well. All those guys that work on the car all year round, but it’s fun for them and their family to know that there’s three years ahead of them. You know in racing that it’s hard to get sponsorship and it’s hard to have long run partnerships.”

Jean-François Dumoulin will also be back with the series in 2019, electing to focus solely on the road course events due to “commitments as a professional driving instructor, such as with the Ferrari Challenge, and the management of Dumoulin Competition” taking up most of his time.

Dumoulin Competition will have two cars at some of the oval events, though, as they will begin fielding entries for other drivers. They already announced that current Kyle Busch Motorsports NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series part-time competitor Raphael Lessard will run the event at Autodrome Chaudiere. 

Simone Autosport fielded Connor James for a limited amount of races last year, and they plan to do the same once again this year. NASCAR Home Tracks revealed post-Motorama that James will be running a couple events in 2019, including both races at Jukasa Motor Speedway.

If funding could be found, it is possible for his schedule to expand further beyond that. The third-generation racer will keep himself busy, regardless, running the full Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series tour and the pair of Super Stocks event at Jukasa. 

Busch Racing will be fielding Shantel Kalika in four events on the schedule – Wyant Group Raceway double header, Edmonton International Raceway and the season finale at Jukasa Motor Speedway. She is open to running the full schedule, but currently is unable to as a result of funding. 

Dave Jacombs Racing will once again be involved in the series, with Alex Labbe returning after competing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series last year. The team knows how to get the job done, as evident by their title effort in 2017. 

Simon Dion-Viens announced a three-year deal with Castrol Canada to be the primary sponsor on Dion-Viens’ No.37 car for a maximum of four races.

Jocelyn Fecteau announced new sponsorship from Roxor, but has yet to reveal the amount of events he will be entering for the 2019 campaign. 



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