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The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Kicks Off Their 2011 Season At Mosport Speedway In The Dickies 200

Kerry Micks (leading) and 2010 series champion D.J. Kennington will be looking to add to their Mosport win totals on May 28. Photo by NASCARAfter a long and harsh winter, Canada's top stock car championship, the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series is set to open their 2011 campaign with one of the most challenging tracks on their schedule, as they take on Canada’s fastest half-mile paved oval for the Dickies 200, May 28.

Defending Series Champion D.J. Kennington of St. Thomas will be looking to defend his title with a season-opening victory. Driving the #17 Castrol Edge Dodge Challenger, Kennington is no stranger to success on oval tracks, having all five of his victories in 2010 take place there.

Standing in Kennington’s way will be 2010 Dickies 200 winner and five-time national champion Don Thomson Jr., 2008 Series champion Scott Steckly, Mark Dilley and Kerry Micks, who won at Mosport Speedway in 2008. Young guns such as Jason Hathaway, Durham’s own Joey McColm and Pete Shepherd III and Series newcomers Isabelle Tremblay and Pete Vanderwyst will all look to make their mark on the 2011 season.

Dickies Canada, known for guaranteed work wear since 1922, has launched their all new, online Race to Win Challenge.  It’s the fun and easy way to enjoy the excitement of NASCAR Canadian Tire Series racing all summer long.

Fans are encouraged to visit Dickies.ca to sign up and pick their winners today for the NASCAR Canadian Tires Series, and they could win great weekly prizes from Dickies, including $250 worth of Dickies clothing.

The end-of-season Grand Prize is an all-expenses paid trip for two to the Texas Motor Speedway for the Texas 500 Weekend. 

Adult tickets for the Dickies 200 at Mosport Speedway are just $30 until May 25 ($35 at the Gate).  Youth tickets (ages 13-16) are $20. Each ticket includes parking, a NASCAR driver autograph session, access to the Mosport Expo and Marketplace and the NASCAR Midway. As with all Mosport events, children 12 and under are admitted for free when accompanied by a paid adult admission.

The Grand Prix Club offers a VIP hospitality package for only $90. The GP Club Chalet tent is located at Corner One and pass holders will have access to a grandstand reserved for VIP Hospitality guests. It will open at 4:30 pm and dinner will be served from 5:30 pm until the drop of the green flag at 7 pm.

For more information and to purchase tickets call the Mosport Hotline at 1-800-866-1072 (Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm ET), visit online at www.mosport.com or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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