MONTREAL, QUEBEC (January 25, 2011) – 2010 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Quebec champion Steve Cote, 20, will compete in the NASCAR Modifieds for Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle in 2011.


Cote will race a full slate of NASCAR Modified races at All American Speedway in Roseville, California. Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle is a NASCAR-oriented driver development program that includes 27 young drivers from all over the world.

Ron Sutton’s Winner’s Circle is a comprehensive driver development program based in Sacramento, Calif that fields drivers in USAC Midget and Sprint Car Series along with NASCAR Modifieds, Late Models and K&N Pro Series West, as well as road racing & dirt series.

Cote drove impressively in the driver talent shoot-out in October to earn a spot in the program. More than 900 drivers applied for a position with the program and only a fraction were awarded the chance to try out.

RSWC’s NASCAR Modified team enjoyed great success in 2010 achieving four victories and winning the All American Speedway Rookie of the Year award with driver Nik Romano.

The Modifieds at All American Speedway average over 18 cars per night, competing on the paved one-third mile asphalt oval. Cote’s schedule is set to begin on April 30 with a 40 lap main event on tap.

Race fans can follow Steve Cote on his all-new website at

The website was designed by Blakesley Sports Media for Ron Sutton’s Winner’s Circle.

Steve Cote Racing and Ron Sutton’s Winner’s Circle thanks partners: K&N Filters, Scribner Plastics, Allstar Performance, Sunoco Race Fuels and Star Racing Supply.

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About Ron Sutton’s Winner’s Circle:

Ron Sutton's Winner's Circle is an established talent scout and development program, providing long term, comprehensive racing and career development for up and coming drivers focused on NASCAR careers. RSWC drivers are raced, coached, groomed, trained and molded, within a professional racing environment, into what top NASCAR teams look for when hiring drivers. Drivers involved in the program race in a variety of cars, including USAC Young Guns Focus Midgets, USAC Ford Focus Midgets, NASCAR Grand American Modifieds, NASCAR Late Model stock cars and NASCAR Grand National stock cars.

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