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NASCAR Canadian Tire Series: D.J. Kennington Gets Title, Shepherd Gets Win No. 1

In a race full of drama right down to the last lap, it capped off a great season of racing in Canada. While the spotlight was on the championship battle, Pete Shepherd III scored his first career win in his ninth career start, leading 124 laps. Shepherd also marked the fourth different winner in four starts at the track as he won by 1.350 seconds over Kerry Micks. 33-year old D.J Kennington of St. Thomas, Ontario, finished third to win the 2010 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series start as he had to finish sixth or better. “When I was sixteen years I raced my first full season with Castrol sponsorship,” Kennington said after the race as according to team press release. “It took 17 years but we finally got the No. 17 Castrol Edge Do...

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