2014 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series

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2014 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series
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The start of the Alberta Has Energy 300 at Edmonton International Raceway, the fourth round of the championship.

The 2014 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series season was the eighth season of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, which took place in the summer of 2014. The season consisted of 11 races at 10 different venues, of which 7 were held on ovals. It began with the Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on May 18 and ended with the Pinty's 250 at Kawartha Speedway on September 20.[1] Scott Steckly entered the season as the defending Drivers' Champion.

L. P. Dumoulin won his first series championship at Kawartha Speedway, finishing three points ahead of J. R. Fitzpatrick.[2] Dumoulin won two races during the season, at Saskatoon and Trois-Rivières, and finished every race inside the top nine placings; this run included nine top-five finishes. Fitzpatrick won one more race than Dumoulin – winning both Canadian Tire Motorsport Park races, as well as the Kawartha finale – but only recorded three further top-five finishes. Despite not winning a race, D. J. Kennington finished third in the championship, eight points ahead of defending champion Steckly, who won at Saint-Eustache.

Three other drivers won races during the season, including Jason Hathaway and Andrew Ranger, who each won two races; Hathaway won the series' inaugural race at the quarter-mile Autodrome Chaudière as well as winning at Barrie Speedway, while Ranger won back-to-back races at ICAR and Edmonton International Raceway, another new venue to the 2014 schedule. The season's other winner was Donald Chisholm, who only contested two races during the year. Chisholm was the winner at Riverside International Speedway, a track that his father owned until his death in July 2014; it was his maiden series victory.

Drivers

No. Manufacturer Car Owner Race Driver Crew Chief
00 Chevrolet Derek White Derek White2 TBA
Dominic Jacques1 (R)
02 Ford Susan Micks Kerry Micks3 Rino Montanari
Mark Dilley8
03 Dodge Marc Arseneau Elie Arseneau2 TBA
3 Chevrolet Ed Hakonson Jason Hathaway Craig Masters
04 Dodge Paul Corbeil J. F. Dumoulin3 TBA
5 Dodge7 Kevin Dowler Noel Dowler Dave Jacombs
Chevrolet4
7 Dodge Dave Jacombs Jacques Villeneuve1 TBA
9 Ford4 Susan Micks Russ Bond1 (R) TBA
Vaughn Gittin, Jr.1 (R)[3]
Kerry Micks1
Curtis Fielding1 (R)
Dodge2 Kerry Micks1
Dwayne Baker1 (R)
13 Dodge Rob McConnell Trevor Monaghan1 TBA
14 Chevrolet James Van Domselaar James Van Domselaar4 TBA
15 Ford Bill Mathews Steve Mathews3 Rick McColl
16 Chevrolet Benoit Theetge Benoit Theetge1 (R) TBA
17 Dodge Doug Kennington D. J. Kennington Dave Wight
18 Dodge Bronte Tagliani Stefan Rzadzinski2 (R) Tyler Case
Alex Tagliani9
19 Ford Reginald Arseneault Brad Graham1 TBA
22 Dodge Scott Steckly Scott Steckly Randy Steckly
24 Dodge Scott Steckly Luc Lesage4 (R) TBA
Ray Courtemanche, Jr.2
Stefan Rzadzinski2 (R)
John Flemming1 (R)
James White1 (R)
25 Dodge Bud Morris Joey McColm Ryan Weiss
27 Dodge D. J. Kennington Andrew Ranger Bill Burns
28 Dodge6 D. J. Kennington Jason White4 Lawrence Roy
Jamie Krzysik1 (R)
Ian Admiraal1 (R)
Ford2 Donald Chisholm2
29 Dodge Ray Courtemanche, Jr. Ray Courtemanche, Jr.4 Mike Knott
33 Chevrolet Bob DeLorme Bob DeLorme1 (R) TBA
36 Dodge Ghislain Labbé Alex Labbé2 (R) TBA
37 Dodge Clement Samson Simon Dion-Viens4 (R) TBA
39 Dodge Jacques Guenette Alex Guenette4 Martin Roy
42 Chevrolet Peter Klutt Peter Klutt4 TBA
47 Dodge Marc-Andre Bergeron L. P. Dumoulin Mario Gosselin
48 Chevrolet Kevin Kozack Steve Mathews2 TBA
51 Dodge Murray Haukaas Nick Jewell2 TBA
56 Dodge Daniel Bray Matthew Scannell8 (R) Howie Scannell, Jr.
Larry Jackson2
57 Chevrolet Dennis LaForce Shania LaForce1 (R) TBA
Dennis LaForce1 (R)
59 Chevrolet Peter Klutt Ryan Klutt1 (R) TBA
Gary Klutt3 (R)
61 Dodge Peter Klutt Ryan Klutt1 (R) TBA
Gary Klutt1 (R)
66 Dodge Fraser Bull Robin Buck2 Fraser Bull
67 Chevrolet David Thorndyke David Thorndyke2 TBA
71 Dodge Patrice Brisebois Patrice Brisebois2 TBA
72 Dodge Dave Jacombs Erica Thiering5 (R) TBA
Xavier Coupal2 (R)
Alex Labbé2 (R)
76 Dodge Sherri Lapcevich Jeff Lapcevich7 Chris Couvillon
77 Dodge Katherine Almeida Jocelyn Fecteau4 (R) TBA
83 Dodge Menno Admiraal Bob Attrell1 (R) TBA
Ian Admiraal1 (R)
84 Chevrolet John Fitzpatrick J. R. Fitzpatrick Don Thomson, Jr.
87 Ford Bud Morris Steve Mathews2 Rick McColl
88 Chevrolet Derek White Marc-Antoine Camirand3 (R) TBA
Derek White1
90 Dodge Normand Roy Paul Jean1 (R) TBA
94 Dodge Ray Courtemanche, Jr. Dave Coursol1 (R) TBA
95 Dodge Peter Simone Anthony Simone7 Jeff Walt
97 Ford5 Yvon Vannini Hugo Vannini5 Yvon Vannini
Chevrolet2 Jason Hankewich2 (R)
98 Dodge Jim Bray Larry Jackson3 (R) TBA
99 Chevrolet Derek White Matt Pritiko3 (R) TBA
Marc-Antoine Camirand2 (R)

Schedule

No. Race Title Track Date[4]
1 Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville May 18
2 Budweiser 300 Autodrome Chaudière, Vallée-Jonction June 15[a]
3 Jiffy Lube 100 presented by La Petite Bretonne Circuit ICAR, Mirabel July 6
4 Alberta Has Energy 300 Edmonton International Raceway, Wetaskiwin July 11
5 Velocity Prairie Thunder 250 Auto Clearing Motor Speedway, Saskatoon July 16
6 National 250 Autodrome Saint-Eustache, Saint-Eustache July 26
7 JuliaWine.com Le 50 Tours[b] Circuit Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières August 10
8 Wilson Equipment 300 Riverside International Speedway, James River August 16
9 Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville August 31
10 Wahta Springs 300 Barrie Speedway, Oro-Medonte September 6
11 Pinty's 250 Kawartha Speedway, Cavan–Monaghan September 20
Notes
  1. ^ The Budweiser 300 was postponed a day because of persistent rain.[5]
  2. ^ The JuliaWine.com Le 50 Tours event had been extended due to a green–white–checker finish, but finished under a red flag due to time constraints, after an incident involving Xavier Coupal and Marc-Antoine Camirand, which launched Coupal's car into a series of rolls.[6]

Results and standings

Races

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer
1 Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 Andrew Ranger J. R. Fitzpatrick J. R. Fitzpatrick Chevrolet
2 Budweiser 300 Steve Mathews Jason Hathaway Jason Hathaway Chevrolet
3 Jiffy Lube 100 presented by La Petite Bretonne Andrew Ranger Andrew Ranger Andrew Ranger Dodge
4 Alberta Has Energy 300 Alex Tagliani Alex Tagliani Andrew Ranger Dodge
5 Velocity Prairie Thunder 250 Scott Steckly Scott Steckly L. P. Dumoulin Dodge
6 National 250 Alex Labbé Scott Steckly Scott Steckly Dodge
7 JuliaWine.com Le 50 Tours Marc-Antoine Camirand L. P. Dumoulin L. P. Dumoulin Dodge
8 Wilson Equipment 300 Donald Chisholm Andrew Ranger Donald Chisholm Ford
9 Pinty's presents the Clarington 200 Andrew Ranger J. R. Fitzpatrick J. R. Fitzpatrick Chevrolet
10 Wahta Springs 300 J. R. Fitzpatrick Jason Hathaway Jason Hathaway Chevrolet
11 Pinty's 250 J. R. Fitzpatrick J. R. Fitzpatrick J. R. Fitzpatrick Chevrolet

Drivers' championship

(key) Bold - Pole position awarded by time. Italics - Pole position set by final practice results or rainout. * – Most laps led.

Pos Driver MOS CHA ICA EDM ACL STE TRO RIV MOS BAR KAW Points
1 L. P. Dumoulin 4 5 3 2 1 3 1* 6 4 4 9 453
2 J. R. Fitzpatrick 1* 8 6 4 7 10 5 7 1* 2 1* 450
3 D. J. Kennington 5 7 12 5 8 9 18 3 7 3 5 402
4 Scott Steckly 25 4 7 8 3* 1* 16 15 5 13 2 394
5 Jason Hathaway 24 1* 9 3 2 11 8 12 30 1* 3 393
6 Andrew Ranger 21 12 1* 1 4 8 2 4* 29 15 23 378
7 Noel Dowler 22 9 11 10 9 6 9 8 13 7 16 366
8 Joey McColm 17 16 26 6 6 17 10 11 10 6 14 347
9 Alex Tagliani 14 5 13* 5 12 25 20 10 21 273
10 Mark Dilley 2 19 19 14 7 5 12 4 271
11 Jeff Lapcevich 2 27 5 6 2 5 6 255
12 Matthew Scannell (R) 12 18 15 29 10 28 9 8 223
13 Steve Mathews 23 3 12 15 16 17 7 218
14 Anthony Simone 28 15 13 4 31 11 13 194
15 Ray Courtemanche, Jr. 10 17 17 14 12 24 170
16 Kerry Micks 6 3 16 14 14 168
17 Alex Guenette 6 2 2 7 161
18 Erica Thiering (R) 13 11 10 8 19 159
19 Larry Jackson 7 13 17 16 15 153
20 Alex Labbé (R) 4 16 15 2 139
21 Hugo Vannini 7 11 23 13 27 139
22 Marc-Antoine Camirand (R) 19 28 20 3 17 135
23 Stefan Rzadzinski (R) 13 9 11 14 129
24 James Van Domselaar 17 18 15 11 115
25 Gary Klutt (R) 8 28 6 22 112
26 Luc Lesage (R) 8 22 19 21 106
27 J. F. Dumoulin 14 4 12 102
28 Peter Klutt 9 10 33 31 93
29 Jocelyn Fecteau (R) 14 25 30 18 89
30 Jason White 27 10 29 26 84
31 Simon Dion-Viens (R) DNQ1 15 21 27 84
32 Matt Pritiko (R) 16 11 22 83
33 Donald Chisholm 1 12 79
34 Robin Buck 3 8 77
35 Derek White 20 16 25 71
36 Nick Jewell 14 12 62
37 David Thorndyke 11 19 58
38 Ian Admiraal (R) 18 17 53
39 Ryan Klutt (R) 26 11 51
40 Patrice Brisebois 21 22 45
41 Xavier Coupal (R) 24 23 41
42 Elie Arseneau 20 32 36
43 John Flemming (R) 9 35
44 Brad Graham 9 35
45 James White (R) 10 34
46 Dave Coursol (R) 13 31
47 Paul Jean (R) 13 31
48 Vaughn Gittin, Jr. (R) 14 30
49 Bob Attrell (R) 15 29
50 Bob DeLorme (R) 15 29
51 Jamie Krzysik (R) 16 28
52 Dennis LaForce (R) 16 28
53 Dominic Jacques (R) 17 27
54 Russ Bond (R) 18 26
55 Trevor Monaghan 18 26
56 Jason Hankewich (R) Wth 19 25
57 Shania LaForce (R) 20 24
58 Dwayne Baker (R) 20 24
59 Curtis Fielding (R) 23 21
60 Jacques Villeneuve 24 20
61 Benoit Theetge (R) 26 18
Pos Driver MOS CHA ICA EDM ACL STE TRO RIV MOS BAR KAW Points
Notes
  • 1 – Simon Dion-Viens received championship points, despite the fact that he did not qualify for the race.

See also

References

  1. ^ "NCATS Schedule/Results". 
  2. ^ "NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Standings". 
  3. ^ Cunningham, Jason (August 4, 2014). "Canadian Tire Series News & Notes: GP3R". NASCAR Home Tracks. Retrieved August 5, 2014. 
  4. ^ "NCATS Schedule/Results". 
  5. ^ Cunningham, Jason (June 14, 2014). "Canadian Tire Series Postponed". NASCAR Home Tracks. NASCAR. Retrieved June 16, 2014. 
  6. ^ Southers, Tim (August 10, 2014). "Dumoulin Celebrates Hometown Win". NASCAR Home Tracks. NASCAR. Retrieved September 29, 2014. Due to time constraints and the amount of clean up needed, the race was called after the two-car accident on Lap 51. 

External links

  • Official website
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