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Canadian Stock Car Championship field filling up for the GP3R

LAVAL, QC – With less than two weeks to go until the inaugural road course race in the series' young history, the driver registration forms for the Canadian Stock Car Championship's (CSCC) inaugural race at the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières are flowing in at a good pace.

Monday, 30 July 2018 15:57 Published in Press Releases

CSCC: Theetge wins Round 2 at Montmagny

MONTMAGNY, QC – Quebec businessman and NASCAR driver, Donald Theetge, took advantage of his weekend off… to go stock car racing and ended up taking home the hardware for winning the race. He raced round 2 of the Canadian Stock Car Championship (CSCC) which showcases Quebec’s best drivers and LMS cars. Quebec City’s Jean-François Dery, St-Edouard de Lotbiniere’s Dany Trepanier, Terrebonne’s Pier-Luc Ouellette and Blainville’s Jonathan Bouvrette rounded out the top-5.

Tuesday, 12 June 2018 11:30 Published in Results & Points

Trepanier wins inaugural Canadian Stock Car Championship race

ST-EUSTACHE, QC – St-Edouard-de-Lotbinière, QC stock driver Dany Trepanier won Sunday's inaugural Canadian Stock-Car Championship (CSCC) LMS Division race over defending Quebec series champ Jonathan Bouvrette of Blainville and Steve Cote of L’Île-Bizard.

Tuesday, 22 May 2018 13:39 Published in Results & Points

New CSCC LMS Series kicks off its inaugural season Sunday at Autodrome St-Eustache

LAVAL, QC – This Sunday (May 20), the all-new Canadian Stock Car Championship (CSCC) for Late Model Sportsman (LMS) stock cars will take to the track at Montreal's Autodrome St-Eustache.

If the series' name isn't familiar, everything else about it will be. The new travelling series will feature many of the same star drivers and facilities that fans have come to know over the past decade under the Série ACT banner.

At the beginning of the month, the Shamrock Promotions Inc. team, with Marc Patrick Roy at the helm, announced they would pursue the work started in February 2017, at Tom Curley’s request, but now under a new name: CSCC LMS.

Close to 20 cars are expected to participate in the first round of the 2018 Championship; competing for 125 laps on the 4/10-mile oval just north of Montreal, in St-Eustache.

Open practice, for all classes, will debut at 1:30pm. Qualifying races will start at 4:55pm, while the main event will be run under the lights at around 7:00 p.m.

Follow the CSCC LMS Stock-car Championship on its new website:, on Twitter at @cscc_lms and on Facebook at

Thursday, 17 May 2018 15:44 Published in Breaking News