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KEVIN LACROIX IS SEEKING A FIRST PODIUM IN SASKATCHEWAN!

Saint-Eustache, July 22, 2019 – Kevin Lacroix is on his way to the usual three-day NASCAR Pinty’s program in Western Canada, which takes place this week. The annual trip to Saskatchewan this Wednesday, then to Alberta this Saturday, is always an opportunity to meet Canadian racing enthusiasts’.

The Bumper to Bumper team will first head to Saskatchewan for a doubleheader at the Wyant Group Raceway this Wednesday, July 24. The Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 125s is a two races event, each race being 125 laps. The drivers of the NASCAR Pinty’s series will have a break of 2h30 before coming back on track for the second 125-lap event of the evening.

The positions of the first round will be determined by a normal qualifying session, while the starting positions of the second race will be determined by the fastest lap in the first round.

Last year, the driver of car # 74 Bumper to Bumper / Total, Gates / PFC Brakes finished 6th and 7th in both events, and before that, in 2017, he also claimed two top 10s. “I have not yet clinched a podium finish in Saskatchewan, and I intend to change that this Wednesday, said the Saint-Eustache native. These races are always very intense, which is good for the fans, but which can be costly for us, the drivers. If something happens during the race in Saskatchewan, then the event in Alberta could be compromised. “

Lacroix is currently 2nd in the Drivers’ Championship, just 2 points behind leader Andrew Ranger. It is a musical chair between the two Quebec drivers as they have been exchanging the lead in the standings since the beginning of the season.

Tuesday, July 23, the team will be at Sutherland Automotive – Bumper to Bumper, which is Saskatchewan’s largest auto parts retailer. A friendly lunch will be held from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm during which participants can meet the NASCAR Pinty’s driver in the afternoon.

The team will also be traveling to Paragon Autoservice in Saskatoon, one of Bumper to Bumper’s partners, to prepare the car between the two events.

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