june 1, 2017

NASCAR Pinty's series: Delaware Speedway, June 3rd, 2017
It is with great enthusiasm that Louis-Philippe Dumoulin will take part in the 250-lap event this Saturday, June 3rd on the semi-inclined Delaware Speedway track (Delaware, Ontario). The driver of the #47 WeatherTech Canada / Groupe Bellemare car has, among other things, competed on this circuit in 2012, as part of his first full season in the Canadian series with WeatherTech Canada as a major partner. Considering the experience he has acquired on this type of track over the years, Louis-Philippe Dumoulin is aiming for nothing less than a podium.
"It's interesting to return to the Delaware Speedway track, as I quite liked that one. We're eager to see how the car behaves on oval tracks this year, with lots of work done on the cars since 2016. Furthermore, the Delaware Speedway is a circuit my crew chief, Billy Burns, knows particularly well. Located in his hometown, he has evolved in several series", shares Louis-Philippe Dumoulin.
A return to the Delaware Speedway for the NASCAR Pinty's series is proof of the innumerable amount of positive comments from the audience. The Canadian series had last visited the half-mile asphalted track of Delaware Speedway on June 15th, 2013. It is a rendezvous this Saturday June 3rd at 7:00 pm for the green flag.
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Following up on the success of the 2016 fundraiser, Dumoulin Competition renews its vow to support an important cause: the Grand défoulement of the Quebec Cancer Foundation. The winning formula seen last year will continue to be supported by the Dumoulin brothers, who once again invite fans to come to any race of the NASCAR Pinty's season to sign their car for the cause.
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  • In 2016, he finishes the NASCAR Pinty's championship exequo with the fourth position (top-5 six times in 12 events).
  • In 2015, he finishes the NASCAR Pinty's championship in fourth place (2 podiums and six top-5s in eleven events.)
  • 2014 champion of the NASCAR Pinty's series: 5 podiums and 2 victories, as well as 9 top-5s in eleven events. It is the first time that a team made up entirely of Quebecers wins this championship. (Prep. team: King Autosport, managed by Martin Roy).
  • Won the Gilles Villeneuve Trophy in 2014 and 2001. This trophy symbolizes the fighting spirit and on-track excellence of a Quebec-native driver throughout the season that just ended. It is the first time that a recipient of the Trophy wins it twice throughout their career.
  • Won, in 2013, the only Ontarian event to this day made up of an all-Quebecer podium (Canadian Tire Motorsport Park - NCATS series);
  • The only Canadian who climbed on the podium in 2012 during the prestigious event of the 12 hours of Sebring (2nd place - American Le Mans Series - GT3 Cup - WeatherTech Racing Team);
  • Won the title of rookie of the year in 2011 in the NASCAR Canadian Tire series despite having only participated in 8 races out of 13 (scoring four top-10s and two top-5s);
  • Crowned Canadian champion in Formula Ford 1600 in 2002;
  • He still owns the record in Formule Ford 1600 for the highest amount of victories and pole positions in one season (2002).