NCATS Kawartha Speedway Race Results from 9/19/15

Race results from Saturday’s #Pintys250 season finale at Kawartha Speedway

Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Points
1 4 3 Jason Hathaway HGC/Williamson/Choko Chevrolet 250 48
2 1 22 Scott Steckly Canadian Tire Dodge 250 43
3 8 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge 250 41
4 5 47 L.P. Dumoulin WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare Dodge 250 40
5 20 99 Marc-Antoine Camirand * Grafoid/Braille Battery Chevrolet 250 39
6 2 76 Cayden Lapcevich * Tim Hortons Dodge 250 38
7 9 18 Alex Tagliani EpiPen/CGI/CanTorque Chevrolet 250 37
8 7 25 Joey McColm TSC Stores Ford 250 36
9 17 4 J.F. Dumoulin Bernier Crepeau Chrysler/Bellemare Dodge 250 35
10 10 27 Andrew Ranger Mopar/Pennzoil Dodge 250 34
11 3 59 Gary Klutt * CTL Corp./Legendary Motorcar Dodge 250 33
12 14 87 Josh Collins * Eastbound International Speedway Ford 250 32
13 6 2 Mark Dilley Johnsonville/Leland/BDI Ford 249 31
14 15 14 James Van Domselaar Steel-Craft Door Products Chevrolet 248 30
15 19 5 Noel Dowler Empire Mechanical Dodge 247 29
16 21 53 Adam Dowler * MFP/Empire Mechanical Dodge 246 28
17 22 0 Brandon White * Grafoid Chevrolet 246 27
18 12 95 Anthony Simone Innovative Plumbing & Mechanical Dodge 230 26
19 13 56 Matthew Scannell OMVIC/IGPC Ethanol/B&G Performance Dodge 228 25
20 11 9 Dwayne Baker * GD Coates Superstore/Baker Perf. Dodge 169 24
21 16 74 Kevin Lacroix * Auto Parts Plus/Total Dodge 162 23
22 18 21 Jason White Hal-Nor Plumbing/Powder Ventures Dodge 143 22

 

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR
September 19, 2015 – 9:39pm

FRASERVILLE, Ont. — Jason Hathaway did everything he could to bring the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship home for the first time. In the end, he couldn’t keep Scott Steckly from making history.

Hathaway led the most laps Saturday night in winning the season-ending Pinty’s 250 at Kawartha Speedway.

Steckly’s No. 22 Canadian Tire Dodge followed him across the line in second and that was enough to give him his fourth NASCAR Canadian Tire Series championship. The 43-year-old from Milverton, Ontario, won the title in 2008, 2011 and 2013. He became the 33th person in the history of NASCAR to win four or more touring or national series championships.

Steckly entered the finale with a nine-point lead over Hathaway and Andrew Ranger, and needed to just finish in the top five to bring home the title. He earned the pole with a track-record lap in qualifying. Hathaway qualified fourth in the No. 3 HGC/Williamson/Choko Chevrolet and dominated the event — leading the final 203 laps — en route to his third win of the season, while Steckly was content to bring it home in the runner-up spot and ensure he would recapture the crown by four points.

It is the third straight season the championship was decided by less than five points. Steckly edged DJ Kennington by three points in 2013 and LP Dumoulin beat JR Fitzpatrick by two points last season.

Kennington finished third in Saturday’s race, followed by Dumoulin and rookie Marc-Antone Camirand.

Teenager Cayden Lapcevich, Alex Tagliani, Joey McColm, J.F. Dumoulin and Ranger rounded out the top 10.

The Pinty’s 250 will air on TSN on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 1 p.m., and on RDS2 on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.

Steckly and the rest of the top NASCAR Canadian Tire Series drivers will be honored at the NASCAR Touring Night of Champions Awards at the Charlotte Convention Center/NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday, Dec. 12.

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