Alex Labbé clinches pole position at Autodrome Chaudière

Alex Labbé has clinched pole position for tonight’s race of the Canadian NASCAR Pinty’s series.

Alex Labbé clinches pole position at Autodrome Chaudière

The NASCAR Pinty’s Series visits the .25-mile asphalt oval of Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee-Jonction, Quebec today for the CRS Express 300.

Sixteen cars are entered for this race, Round 3 of the 2016 NASCAR Canada championship.

David Michaud is the first to take to the track. Andrew Ranger follows him and does a 13.213 and a 13.403.

Donald Theetge does a 13.114 and a 13.195 while Alex Tagliani follows him with a 13.113 and a 13.326. Jason Hathaway comes next with a 13.474 and a 13.293.

Louis-Philippe Dumoulin goes quickest with a 13.070 and 13.196! Gary Klutt does a 13.414 and a 13.151. Anthony Simone takes P4 with a 13.187 and a 13.117.

Young Cayden Lapcevich breaks the track record with a 13.261 and a 13.040. But Alex Labbé beats him with a 13.057 and a super fast 12.953!

So Alex Labbé of Victoriaville, Québec will start the race from pole position - his second of 2016 - in his No. 32 Ford. Cayden Lapcevich will start second, and Louis-Philippe Dumoulin, third.

Results of the qualifying session:

Labbé 12.953
Lapcevich 13.040
Dumoulin 13.070
Tagliani 13.113
Theetge 13.114
Simone 13.117
Klutt 13.151
Lacroix 13.159
Jackson 13.195
Kennington 13.209
Ranger 13.213
Dilley 13.279
Hathaway 13.293
Micks 13.510
Michaud 13.585
Collins 13.633

The start of the 300-lap race will be given at 8pm tonight.

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