Fastline cars taken out in series opener at Cayuga Wrecks remove solid finishes in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series NELLES CORNERS, ONTARIO -- The Dodge Dealers 200 at Cayuga Speedway held Saturday night, the inaugural race...
Fastline cars taken out in series opener at Cayuga
Wrecks remove solid finishes in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series
NELLES CORNERS, ONTARIO -- The Dodge Dealers 200 at Cayuga Speedway held Saturday night, the inaugural race in the new NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, was not a good event for Fastline Motorsports, as both cars were taken out of contention in wrecks.
Crash! Team driver Jim Lapcevich placed 15th, while partner Jeff Lapcevich took 18th spot in Saturday's 200-lap race on the Cayuga oval. Jim Lapcevich, driving the #25 EMCEA Transport -- Tim Hortons Fastline Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo was set for a solid top-five finish before being wrecked with only 13 laps remaining.
It was the same scenario for Jeff Lapcevich when he was sent into the turn three wall backwards on lap 148 in the #23 Tim Hortons - EMCEA Transport Fastline Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
The brothers Lapcevich started the first stop in this year's NASCAR Canadian Tire Series tour side by side after qualifying 14th and 15th in the first ever for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Sirius Satellite Radio.
Don Thomson Jr. won the Dodge Dealers 200 followed closely by Mark Dilley in second and Peter Gibbons in third.
The next NASCAR Canadian Tire Series event of the season, The Father's Day Doubleheader Weekend presented by Canadian Shield Anti-Crime will take place Saturday and Sunday, June 16-17 at Mosport International Raceway, located 100 kilometers east of Toronto on the 2.5-mile, 10-turn road course in Bowmanville, Ontario.