NASCAR Champions Set To Gather In Charlotte

Weekly And Touring Series Title Winners Celebrate Awards


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dec. 6, 2011) – The NASCAR Touring and Weekly Series champions from the 2011 season are convening in one of the sport's hubs -- Charlotte, N.C. -- to celebrate their accomplishments from the just completed season as part of Champions Week.


Max Gresham (Twitter: @MaxGresham / NASCAR K&N Pro Series East), Greg Pursley (@GregPursley / NASCAR K&N Pro Series West), Scott Steckly (@ScottSteckly22 / NASCAR Canadian Tire Series), Germán Quiroga (@GerSpeed1 / NASCAR Mexico Series presented by Toyota), Ron Silk (NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour), George Brunnhoelzl III (NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour) and Philip Morris (NASCAR Whelen All-American Series) earned the right to represent themselves along with their sponsors, teams and series by being the best over the course of their respective series.

Fans can follow all week on Twitter @NASCARHomeTrack and hashtag #NASCARChampions

The week of festivities culminates in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards Banquet on Friday, Dec. 9 and the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards Gala on Saturday, Dec. 10.

The events will be held in the Charlotte Convention Center’s Crown Ballroom at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Additionally, both ceremonies along with a Red Carpet pre-show will be streamed live on www.nascarhometracks.com in English, French and Spanish. Coverage will get underway at 5 p.m. ET each evening.

·         Matt Kentfield (@MattKentfield) of Speed51.com and SPEED TV’s Bob Dillner (@BobDillner) will anchor the English broadcast. Kentfield and Dillner served as the lead announcers for Speed51 Productions’ live audio broadcasts of NASCAR touring series events in 2011.

·         ESPN Specialist Alex Pombo will host the Spanish-language broadcast. Pombo serves as an analyst for motorsports on ESPN Deportes, providing coverage of NASCAR and IndyCar Series. In addition, Pombo is co-host of RPM Weekly, program chain dedicated to the world of motorsports.

·         Dominic Fugere (@sportengueule) will announce the French-language coverage of the NASCAR Touring Series Awards Gala. Fugere is the host and analyst for NASCAR coverage on ESPN’s French-Canadian affiliate RDS.

The first order of business for the champion drivers will be to determine bragging rights on the track in the Fourth Annual NASCAR Champions/Media Karting Challenge on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at Victory Lane Indoor Karting in Charlotte. The six regional touring series champions and the Whelen All-American Series national champion will battle each other along with several media members. Past winners of the event are Brian Loftin (2008), Ryan Truex (2009) and Bobby Santos (2010).

Many special functions are scheduled throughout the week including the prestigious NASCAR Whelen All-American Series State/Province Champions Dinner to be held on Thursday, Dec. 8 at Hendrick Motorsports. Winning drivers from across the United States and Canada will be honored at the exclusive event. The Touring Series champions will be honored the evening before on Wednesday in the The Great Hall within the NASCAR Hall of Fame complex.


For more information, contact:

Jason Christley, NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications


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NASCAR Driver David Ragan Named Guest of Honor for Saturday's Championship Awards Banquet

For Immediate Release:

Tuesday, December 6, 2011


 (TOLEDO, Ohio) - NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitor David Ragan will be the Guest of Honor at Saturday's ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards Championship Awards Banquet at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, Ky.


Ragan made 31 ARCA starts between 2003 and 2008, and won at Lanier National Speedway in Georgia on May 28, 2005. He made his Sprint Cup debut for Roush Fenway Racing in 2006, began racing full-time for the team in 2007, and won at historic Daytona International Speedway for the team this July.


The 25-year-old from Unadilla, Ga. has made 308 starts in NASCAR's three national series since 2004, and also has two NASCAR Nationwide Series wins.


Series champion Ty Dillon, Rookie of the Year Chris Buescher, other drivers from the top 20, and the top 10 car owners will be honored Saturday in a program that also features special award winners.


In an interesting connection, Ragan is a mentor to and has spotted for Buescher in ARCA competition. Ragan drove for Roulo Brothers Racing while in ARCA, preceding Buescher's tenure with the team.


Additional special award presentations include the Bill France Four Crown, the Rookie of the Year, the Cometic Crew Chief of the Year, the H.G. Adcox Sportsmanship Award, the Manufacturer Championship, the Hoosier Tire Superspeedway Challenge Award, the Crane Cams Engine Builder of the Year Award, the Marcum Award, the Spirit Award, the Klotz Engine Mechanic Award, and the CGS Imaging Hard Charger Award. In addition, scholarship recipients will be announced, compliments of the University of Northwestern Ohio and the Bob Loga Memorial Scholarship Foundation.


While open to teams, series and track officials, and sponsors, the annual formal gala is also open to ARCA Racing Series fans. Ticket information is available at ARCARacing.com.


The public schedule of events for Saturday, December 10 is as follows:


9 a.m. - 5 p.m.            Redline Racing Ministry Silent Auction

2 p.m.                          ARCA Racing Series Press Conference

3 p.m.                          Redline Racing Ministry Live Auction

4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.       Formal Portrait Photo Session

5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Guest Reception

6:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.     Awards Dinner and Program


The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards featured 19 events at 16 tracks on its 2011 schedule. The series has crowned an ARCA national champion each year since its inaugural season in 1953, and has toured over 200 race tracks in 28 states since its inception. In 2011, the series has tested the abilities of drivers and race teams over the most diverse schedule of stock car racing events in the world, visiting tracks ranging from 0.4 mile to 2.66 miles in length, on both paved and dirt surfaces as well as a left- and right-turn road course.


The 2012 ARCA Racing Series schedule is currently available at ARCARacing.com.


Founded by John Marcum in 1953 in Toledo, Ohio, the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) is recognized among the leading sanctioning bodies in the country. Closing in on completing its sixth decade after hundreds of thousands of miles of racing, ARCA administers over 100 race events each season in two professional touring series and local weekly events.


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2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series Top Performances

Bounty Of Unique Stories Flavor NASCAR Nationwide Season


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 6, 2011) – Remember standing at the ice cream counter as a kid? So many great flavors to choose from that sometimes you gave in to a double or triple scoop? That’s the way the 2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series season ended up – so many great stories were told.


From the “pick-a-series” rule that gave driver championship contenders an opportunity to truly chase a championship, to the first full year of competition for the new car, to new stars and veterans alike taking center stage, this past season was one that made its own headlines.


There certainly were some outstanding performances that took place during the recently completed 2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series season. The following is a look back at some of those standout performers and memorable races, as selected from discussions with the national series directors, competition department and NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications managers. Additionally, click on the following links for special audio, video and photo packages commemorating the 2011 season.


Top Driver

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. – Redemption may be an over-used word in athletic achievement, but there’s no better way to describe Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s recovery from infamy to the fame of winning the 2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series driver championship.


The story is worth repeating. Stenhouse, 24, barely made it through a 2010 season in which he filled Roush Fenway Racing’s shop with the remains of numerous Ford race cars. Relieved of his driving duties at one point in 2010 by owner Jack Roush, Stenhouse’s NASCAR career hung by the thinnest of threads. But the native of Olive Branch, Miss., listened – and learned – from the experience. He rebounded to claim Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors, in the process erasing the largest deficit in series history.


Stenhouse kept that momentum in 2011, winning two races, three Coors Light Pole Awards and piling up 16 top-five and 26 top-10 finishes. Stenhouse earned his first NASCAR national series win – and a reputation for never backing down – at Iowa Speedway in May, coming out on top of a door-to-door battle with his teammate Carl Edwards. His signature moment came three months later, also at Iowa, when he won despite a last-lap engine failure as Edwards rammed into Stenhouse’s rear, blasting him across the finish line.


Elliott Sadler (Honorable Mention) – His first full NASCAR Nationwide Series season since 1998 didn’t exactly get off to the rousing start Elliott Sadler had hoped for. He finished 38th at Daytona and left Speedweeks ranked 27th with just six points to his credit.


But the NASCAR veteran recovered, climbing to the points lead twice and challenging Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in what effectively was a two-man race throughout the last half of 2011. Sadler was a victim of an untimely wreck in the seasons’ penultimate race at Phoenix, costing him a real opportunity to take the title chase versus Stenhouse down to the season finale at Homestead-Miami. Still, his return to the series was a hit with the fans, who voted Sadler as the NASCAR Nationwide Series’ Most Popular Driver in an online poll on NASCAR.COM.


Comeback Driver of the Year

Reed Sorenson – Reed Sorenson led the points standings three times in the season’s first 20 races, took home the coveted Harley Davidson Sportster motorcycle trophy after winning a wild race at Road America and collected a cool $200,000 as highest finisher among eligible drivers in two of the first four NASCAR Nationwide Series “Dash 4 Cash” races. That was the high.


He was involved in an accident with his Turner Motorsports teammate, Justin Allgaier, resulting in a 32nd-place finish at Atlanta. He fell to 40 points behind the leader with eight races left, effectively ending his championship hopes. Then following the race at Dover, he was released by Turner. He was still third in the standings, but without a ride to keep that status. That was the low.


Despite a seemingly insurmountable task, he was able to work out a season-ending deal with MacDonald Motorsports. His finishes, although not what he had been accustomed to, were consistent enough to lock him into fifth place in the final championship standings.


Kenny Wallace (Honorable Mention) – Driving for an independent team – RAB Racing – and, by his own decision, without a paycheck – Kenny Wallace spearheaded one of the most unsung comebacks of 2011. In the process, he cemented himself in the record books by becoming the all-time starts leader in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.


Following the 2010 season, Wallace underwent a personal reinvention. He lost weight, got fit and rediscovered his “inner race-car driver” with his move to RAB. In addition to overtaking Jason Keller as the series’ starts leader – and becoming just the second driver in series history to surpass 500 starts – Wallace partied like it was 2005 registering or matching the following bests, all since that season: his first top-five finish, 11 top 10s and a seventh-place final championship ranking.


Top Team

RAB Racing with Brack Maggard – Before becoming the primary face of RAB Racing, Robby Benton, 32, got started in NASCAR doing summer jobs in Robert Yates’ shop before serving on Davey Allison’s crew. He still displays a pair of Allison’s racing gloves on his office wall.


Before this season Kenny Wallace, 48, had produced solid numbers in a NASCAR career that totaled over 800 starts among its three national series. But he felt as though he was running out of time to continue to prove himself on the track.


The two joined forces in 2011, providing proof for one another that they could compete – and how. Benton’s RAB Racing team finished 14th in the final 2011 owner standings, the highest among single-car independent teams in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Its turnaround can be traced back to 2010, when Boris Said edged Kevin Harvick Inc.’s Max Papis at the finish line in Montreal, giving Said his first NASCAR Nationwide Series win while rewarding Benton and RAB with the organization’s first victory. More importantly, RAB learned it belonged.


This year, Wallace brought with him a renewed energy. He helped lead the fourth-year organization into uncharted territory, where it thrived. In addition to RAB finishing tops among one-car independents in the owner rankings with an average finish of 15th, Wallace was seventh in the final driver standings, collecting one top five and 11 top 10s. Since 2008, the team’s only previous top-five/top-10 finish was Said’s victory.


Roush Fenway Racing (Honorable Mention) – It took a while – four years to be exact – but Carl Edwards tenaciously ran down the three-time defending champion Joe Gibbs Racing to give Roush Fenway Racing its second NASCAR Nationwide Series owner championship. Edwards won the 2007 driver championship, a season in which Richard Childress Racing was the owner champion.


With Ricky Stenhouse Jr. winning the 2011 driver championship, this year marked the first time that the same owner claimed both the NASCAR Nationwide Series driver and owner titles with different teams.


JGR’s No. 18 Toyota, helmed mostly by 2009 series champion Kyle Busch, appeared unbeatable in the early going, winning five of the season’s first 10 races. But Edwards and Roush Fenway’s No. 60 Ford team, backed by veteran crew chief Mike Beam, kept chipping away at the deficit. He closed on his rival in September and kept up the pressure through the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.


Edwards competed in 34 of the season’s 34 races. GRAND-AM Road Racing veteran Billy Johnson drove the No. 60 at Road America and was headed for a top-five finish before being struck down by mechanical problems.


Top Breakthrough Performer

Timmy Hill – Winning the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award in one of the most hotly-contested battles in series history is a testament to the resilience of Timmy Hill and his Rick Ware Racing team.


To begin the climb, Hill didn’t race in the season-opener at Daytona. He wasn’t yet 18. Twice during the season, RWR tragically lost a member of its team. Then, just one week after Hill had been honored at the season-ending banquet as the series’ top rookie, another member of the RWR organization unexpectedly passed away.


But through it all, Hill managed to grow in the moment. He battled fellow rookies Blake Koch and Ryan Truex from the moment the trio began racing against each other at Phoenix in February. His main competition turned out to be Koch, as Truex wasn’t able to secure a ride for the season finale, losing his rookie standings lead in the process.


Hill’s best result was 11th at Road America. He also posted finishes inside the top 20 at Talladega, Chicaogland, Richmond and Darlington. His Chicago result came three days before his high school graduation. He and Koch, who became good friends throughout the battle, finished just one position apart six times. The rookie award came down to the final race where the driver who finished in the best position between the two would claim the honor. Koch finished 23rd. Hill was 21st.


Hill is now the youngest rookie award-winner in NASCAR’s three national series.


Blake Koch (Honorable Mention) – Koch didn’t race at Daytona to open the season. He also wasn’t entered at Las Vegas. But with full sponsorship and a fresh, upbeat attitude in addition to solid skills, Koch’s season with MacDonald Motorsports truly began at Auto Club Speedway and showed improvement throughout. He drew close to Timmy Hill for the rookie honor at the season’s quarter pole and even took a slim lead late, thanks in part to a five-race string of finishes that bested Hill, including matching his career-best finish of 14th at Phoenix. But the string broke at Homestead, the worst time for Koch’s award aspirations.


Top Race

NAPA Auto Parts 200, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – Marcos Ambrose, the class of the NASCAR Nationwide Series Montreal field, every year had continuously failed to bring home a victory for various reasons. He vowed to return to this event until he won. His chances this year again looked slim after having to start at the rear for missing qualifying while traveling from his NASCAR Sprint Cup duties in Michigan – which took him from a plane to a helicopter to a boat to finally get to his spot on the starting grid – just before the race.


He also had to deal with the hometown favorites: Jacques Villeneuve (the polesitter), Patrick Carpentier (making his last start before retiring) and Alex Tagliani (also started on the front row).


Villeneuve led 29 of the first 44 laps but his chances went away when he and Ambrose tangled in Turn 1 after a restart with 26 laps remaining. Ambrose powered through the mishap and kept pushing through the field, finally taking the lead from Tagliani on Lap 65. This time he held on around the final turn to take an improbable victory.


The excitement continued after the race when Carpentier’s frustrated crew chief Jerry Baxter grabbed Steve Wallace by the hair while Wallace was still in his car. Baxter’s pit road rage was in response to Wallace spinning out the local hero on Lap 56, ruining Carpentier’s final race.


U.S. Cellular 250, Iowa Speedway (Honorable Mention) – In its short NASCAR Nationwide Series history, Iowa Speedway is quickly becoming a track where the outcome can be counted on as one to remember.


Both races at the .875-mile track this season were sellouts (as have all series races there); both were thrillers and both had the same winner – Ricky Stenhouse Jr. – and the same protagonist – Carl Edwards.


But the August race resulted in one of this year’s top moments.


As he was leading out of Turn 4 on the final lap, Stenhouse’s engine unexpectedly gave way. Edwards, running a distant second but making obvious headway after Stenhouse’s misfortune, had his view blinded by the smoke and oil from Stenhouse’s expiring motor and plowed into the rear of the No. 6 Mustang. That short chain-reaction sent Stenhouse across the finish line first. The victory, and Stenhouse’s championship season, was indeed “Smashing,” as the next day’s headline blared in the Des Moines Register.


For additional information, contact:

Tracey Judd, NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications


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Avec la venue d’une nouvelle course pour supervoitures, le retour de trophées légendaires et la réduction de la plupart de ses prix d’admission, le Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières se prépare pour une édition 2012 qui marquera sa longue histoire d’un autre succès les 3, 4 et 5 août prochain.

Le tout nouveau Championnat canadien SuperCar passera ainsi par la porte Duplessis lors de sa saison inaugurale l’été prochain. Mettant en vedette des versions toutes contemporaines de voitures ayant marqué l’histoire du GP3R comme les Porsche 911, les Chevrolet Camaro, les Ford Mustang et les Dodge Viper, le championnat SuperCar veut ajouter un peu d’exotisme, de puissance et de rêve dans les rues formant le tracé trifluvien.


Des pilotes québécois tels que Simon Dion-Viens (Chevrolet Corvette) et le recordman Marc-Antoine Camirand (BMW M3) qui compte déjà neuf victoires ici à Trois-Rivières ont déjà manifesté leur intérêt à explorer cette nouvelle série de voitures d’exception qui développeront dans les 400 chevaux.

«Le Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières fait carburer les amateurs de bonnes courses, de pilotes prometteurs et de belles mécaniques depuis plus de 45 ans, explique le nouveau directeur général de l’événement Dominic Fugère. Quoi de mieux que d’ajouter au programme une série qui nous permettra de ramener chez nous des voitures d’exception comme les Porsche, la marque qui a permis à Jacques Duval de devenir le premier vainqueur de la finale de ce qui allait devenir le GP3R et sur laquelle le Trifluvien Jean-François Dumoulin a remporté deux fois les 24 Heures de Daytona? »

Des sous-compactes se joignent à la compétition

La série canadienne SuperCar est mise sur pied par le même groupe qui fait tourner le populaire Championnat canadien Touring Car Castrol (CCTCC), de retour chez nous pour une cinquième année consécutive. D’ailleurs, en plus des habituelles classes Touring et Supertouring, la catégorie B-Spec pour sous-compactes comme la Honda Fit, la Fiat 500, la Ford Fiesta, la Mazda 2 et la Kia Rio s’ajoutera au peloton du CCTCC.

Comme c’est maintenant l’habitude à Trois-Rivières, des épreuves de Formule 1600, de Star Mazda, d’Indy Lights et, bien entendu, de  série NASCAR Canadian Tire s’ajouteront aux deux championnats canadiens de voitures de série. De plus, des pourparlers sont en cours pour éventuellement ajouter à ce programme de courses déjà fort bien garni.

Le retour de la Coupe Molson

Par ailleurs, question de renouer avec la tradition, la Coupe Molson, remise au gagnant de l’épreuve principale des 11 premières éditions du GP3R reprendra du service pour la première fois depuis 1977 en étant remise au vainqueur de la course de la série NASCAR Canadian Tire du 5 aout 2012.

Andrew Ranger viendra-t-il tenter de graver son nom aux côtés de ceux de Gilles Villeneuve, Vittorio Brambilla et Bill Brack? La tentation sera certainement très grande pour celui qui compte déjà trois triomphes trifluviens en NASCAR. L’orgueil de Roxton Pond devra cependant se frotter à un Louis-Philippe Dumoulin qui, fort de son titre de recrue de l’année en série NASCAR Canadian Tire, voudra profiter du passage dans ses terres pour obtenir son premier triomphe en stock-car.

Un week-end plus abordable

Et comme les pilotes de chez-nous aiment être encouragés par le plus grand nombre de fervents possible, l’Équipe GP3R a décidé de faire sa part pour ceux qui viendront passer les 3, 4 et 5 autour de notre circuit.

L’admission générale passe de 69$ à 49$ pour les trois jours du week-end et les places dans les gradins du Stade, Villeneuve et Germain sont offertes à un prix unique de 119$ pour la fin de semaine. Il faudra ainsi faire vite pour s’assurer des meilleures places disponibles. Les billets ainsi que les forfaits avec camping sont mis en vente dès maintenant, juste à temps pour les fêtes, à travers la Billetterie de Trois-Rivières au 1-866-416-9797.

La soirée Découverte du vendredi permettra encore une fois à tout le monde de venir goûter gratuitement au plaisir de la course automobile le temps de deux épreuves dont une qui se terminera à la lueur des phares et des disques de freins rougis par l’effort.

Au centre-ville, après les courses, le Festival GP3R offrira encore un plein week-end d’activités avec ses spectacles, ses manèges et, surtout, La Magie des Feux Loto-Québecqui feront vibrer le tout-Trois-Rivières au rythme du Grand Prix lors de ce premier week-end d’août.


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PASS Officials announced the 2012 PASS North Super Late Model Schedule


1 - Sat., May 5 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough ME - 150 laps

2 - Sat., May 12 - Star Speedway - Epping NH - 150 laps

3 - Sat., May 19 - White Mt. Motorsports Park - N. Woodstock NH - 150 laps

4 - Sun., June 3 - Riverside Speedway - Groveton, NH - 150 Laps

5 - Sat., June 16 - Speedway 660 - Fredericton N.B. CA - 200 laps

6 - Sat., June 23 - L'Autodrome Chaudiere - Vallee Junction P.Q. CA - 150 laps

7 - Sat., June 30 - Canaan Fair Speedway - Canaan, NH - 150 laps

8 - Sat., July 7 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough ME - 150 laps

9 - Sat., July 21 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford ME - 150 laps

10 - Sat., August 4 - Seekonk Speedway - Seekonk MA - 150 laps

11 - Sun., August 12 - White Mt. Motorsports Park - N. Woodstock NH - 150

12 - Sunday, August 26 - TBA

13 - Sat., Sept. 8 - White Mt. Motorsports Park - N. Woodstock NH - 150 laps

14 - Fri. - Sun., Sept. 14-16 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough ME
"PASS 400 WEEKEND" - 300 laps

15 - Sat. - Sun., Sept. 29-30 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford ME - 150 laps

Additional Date Expected To Be Finalized Shortly


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Bulletin technique - Procédure pour l'acquisition des moteurs

Bulletin technique



DESTINATAIRE:          Tous les compétiteurs


OBJET:                        Procédure pour l'acquisition des moteurs


Effectif le 5 décembre 2011 – les procédures décrites dans le livre des règlements aux articles 13.32 MOTEUR CRATE ACCEPTÉ SEULEMENT, 12.12 INSPECTION TECHNIQUE – VÉRIFICATION SUR DYNAMOMÈTRE et 12.13 INSPECTION – SCELLÉ sont en révision, les amendements seront fournis à la réunion des pilotes du 11 décembre prochain.


D'ici la réception du texte final, voici la procédure à suivre pour l'acquisition des moteurs:


  1. Contacter André Poulin au 418-380-4930 (soir) pour coordonner l'achat du moteur.

  2. Disponibilité - Le fournisseur Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC de Saint-Hyacinthe est le seul autorisé à distribuer des moteurs pour les voitures compétitionnant dans la Série Sportsman Québec.

    Ce dernier, mettra à la disposition des compétiteurs un moteur en entrepôt à Québec ou disponible dans les 72 heures ouvrables suivant une commande confirmée, et ce, pour toute la durée du contrat.


  1. Coût –

    Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC vendra le moteur 1 850$ plus taxes applicables.

    Un rabais postal de 200$ est présentement offert par GM, qui vous sera remis et que vous pourrez réclamer selon les modalités décrites sur le coupon (envoyez par la poste une copie de votre facture et les informations demandées).

    Le moteur vous reviendra à 1 650$.

  2. Options – avec ou sans l'intake

    1. Avec intake – il est possible de commander le moteur avec l'intake déjà installé pour un supplément de 235$ plus taxes applicables. 


    1. Sans intake – si vous optez pour acheter le moteur sans intake, la journée où vous en prenez possession, un officiel mandaté par la série se rendra chez vous pour la pose de l'intake et la sceller.  Des frais de 25$ de déplacement vous seront alors facturés et qui devront être payés le jour même.

      IMPORTANT: la réception et la pose de l'intake devra se faire lors de la réception et en présence d'un officiel.

  1. Vérification sur dynamomètre – Une fois l'intake installée, le moteur devra être soumis à la vérification sur dynamomètre auprès de Mac Rod Shop et par la suite le scellage du moteur. 

    Des frais de 300 $ pour la vérification  devront être payés à Mac Rod Shop et de 100$ pour le scellage du moteur payable à la Série.


André Poulin, Président

Série Sportsman Québec


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Entente entre la Série Sportsman Québec et Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC

Québec, Québec – 2011-11-25 – La Série Sportsman Québec et Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC ont annoncé aujourd'hui une entente de plusieurs années qui consacre ce dernier comme motoriste officiel et lui accorde le mandat exclusif de la distribution des moteurs pour les compétiteurs de la série.


Situé centralement, à Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC est un concessionnaire de premier plan qui offre des voitures neuves et d'occasion Buick, Chevrolet et GMC.  "Je suis convaincu que notre expertise éprouvée dans la course automobile nous permettra de faire une différence positive pour les participants de la série grâce à nos prix concurrentiels, l'accès à des outils de vérification et à des personnes hautement qualifiés du côté performance" déclara M. Dominic Lussier, Directeur de Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC.


En plus du mandat de distribution, Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC s'acquittera du rôle de conseillé auprès de la série pour assurer la gestion des sceaux de conformité et offrira des services d'expert-conseils pour assurer la conformité des moteurs tout en assurant que la plateforme demeure compétitive et à juste prix.

"Il nous fait plaisir d'accueillir Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC comme partenaire de la série" déclara M. André Poulin, président de la Série Sportsman Québec.  "Nous sommes toujours à la recherche de partenaires, de solutions et de moyens qui permettent à la série de continuer à progresser et à offrir un produit de qualité à juste prix."


À propos de :


Série Sportsman Québec organise des compétitions de course automobile à travers le Québec depuis 2007.  Mettant en vedettes une trentaine de voitures spécialement conçues pour des compétitions sur circuit fermé de type stock car.  En 2011, la série a tenue des compétitions et un championnat de 11 courses qui les a amenés à visiter les circuits dans les villes de Ste-Croix, Saint-Félicien, Montmagny et Vallée Jonction.  Visitez le site web: www.seriesportsman.ca


Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC, situé au 3000, rue Dessaulles à SAINT-HYACINTHE, QC, est un concessionnaire de premier plan qui vous offre des voitures neuves et d'occasion Buick, Chevrolet et GMC. Une équipe des ventes dévouée et des techniciens chevronnés sont ici pour rendre votre expérience d'achat d'un véhicule agréable, facile et financièrement avantageuse.  Visitez le site web : www.lussierchevrolet.com


Pour plus d'information contactez:


Série Sportsman Québec – André Poulin, andre.poulin@seriesportsman.ca 418-380-4930.


Lussier Chevrolet Buick GMC – M. Dominic Lussier, dlussier@lussierchevrolet.com, 450-209-0009


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