Canada’s only national professional stock car racing series, the NASCAR Pinty’s Series, will once again enjoy a high profile presence at the Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo in Toronto.
Six current and race ready vehicles will be appearing in various locations throughout The International Centre during the three days of the show.
Included in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series booth will be the No. 32 Ford Fusion of Alex Labbé and the No. 74 Dodge Challenger of fellow Quebec racer Kevin Lacroix.
These two vehicles will provide the backdrop for the Sunday, March 13 NASCAR Pinty’s Series driver autograph session that will feature a cross-section of the series’ competitors, signing alongside of legendary NASCAR Hall of Famer Bobby Allison. The three-time Daytona 500 winner – with 85 career wins, three Daytona 500 victories and a NASCAR championship to his credit – is one of the show’s featured guests.
This one-hour autograph session will immediately follow the NASCAR Pinty’s Series Q&A and Allison’s appearance on the Johnsonville Stage, the NASCAR on-stage celebrations commencing at 12:30 pm.
In addition to the Lacroix/ Labbé vehicles in attendance at Motorama, former series champions DJ Kennington and Andrew Ranger will have their cars on display, along with Cayden Lapcevich as will series newcomer, Adam Martin.
Ranger’s No. 27 Dodge Challenger will be the highlight of the MOPAR booth, while Kennington’s No. 17 Dodge Challenger will be located in the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park display area. For rookie Martin, his new mount will be on display in the Johnsonville Sausage exhibit, adjacent to the Johnsonville Stage, while Cayden Lapcevich’s No. 76 Dodge will be in the Sunset Speedway booth.
Confirmed and expected racers include: Scott Steckly, Jason Hathaway, Andrew Ranger, Mark Dilley, Alex Labbé, Joey McColm, Adam Martin, Matthew Scannell, Larry Jackson, David Michaud, Bryan Cathcart, Derek Lynch, Cayden Lapcevich, Kevin Lacroix and Gary Klutt.
The 2nd Annual Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo presented by Mothers runs March 11, 12 & 13, 2016 in Toronto’s International Centre, located adjacent to Pearson International Airport.