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Lapcevich Dominates DBOX eNASCAR International iRacing Series powered by Digital Motorsports Round at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

NASCAR Pinty’s Series driver Treyten Lapcevich dominated Tuesday’s DBOX eNASCAR International iRacing Series powered by Digital Motorsports action from Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, leading all 30 laps on the way to his first win of the season. The Canadian driver made his tires last through the entire race without pitting, before holding off Paul Jouffreau’s late challenge to become the first driver in series history to win on both an oval and a road course.

Twenty-three drivers took the green flag for the first of three road courses in the campaign, and 14 managed to complete all 30 laps despite Lapcevich and Jouffreau’s pace. After Jouffreau got past Alex de Alba for second place on Lap 2, the lead duo maintained their spots for the rest of the event, putting an ever-growing gap on the field with each passing lap. All the while, Lapcevich and Jouffreau were rarely separated by more than a second until crossing the finish line.

Las Vegas winner Victor Barrales Jr. climbed from seventh to third at race’s end to maintain his points lead, while Giorgio Maggi and Jake Cosio completed the top five. Rajah Caruth’s bid for a second straight podium finish ended with eight laps to go while battling with Barrales to stay in third, as he’d fall to seventh place at the checkered flag after an off-track adventure.

DBOX eNASCAR International iRacing Series powered by Digital Motorsports results from Canadian Tire Motorsport Park were as follows:

Fin St No Name Car Laps Interval Led Best Pts
1 1 20 Treyten Lapcevich Chevrolet 30 30 1:21.957 40
2 3 33 Paul Jouffreau Ford 30 -2.436 0 1:21.997 35
3 7 39 Victor Barrales Chevrolet 30 -14.735 0 1:22.241 34
4 6 8 Giorgio Maggi Ford 30 -15.473 0 1:22.246 33
5 4 51 Jake Cosio Ford 30 -28.445 0 1:22.315 32
6 2 14 Alex de Alba Ford 30 -29.933 0 1:22.399 31
7 9 13 Rajah Caruth Chevrolet 30 -35.286 0 1:22.358 30
8 15 7 Jean-Philippe Bergeron Ford 30 -48.787 0 1:22.736 29
9 17 54 Alberto Naska Chevrolet 30 -51.578 0 1:23.330 28
10 11 148 Gordon  Barnes Chevrolet 30 -53.393 0 1:23.275 27
11 14 18 Aaron Cosio Ford 30 -59.046 0 1:23.684 26
12 10 40 Néo Lambert Ford 30 -1:11.782 0 1:22.293 25
13 5 10 Ulysse Delsaux Chevrolet 30 -1:15.923 0 1:22.082 24
14 12 21 Justin T Campbell Chevrolet 30 -1:24.971 0 1:22.954 23
15 19 64 Rodrigo De Colombres Sarmiento Toyota 29 -1 L 0 1:24.560 22
16 18 75 Giancarlo Vecchi Ford 29 -1 L 0 1:24.544 21
17 21 17 Marcelo Garcia Toyota 29 -1 L 0 1:23.970 20
18 20 88 Ruben Garcia Toyota 29 -1 L 0 1:24.498 19
19 8 46 Miguel Gomes Chevrolet 29 -1 L 0 1:23.593 18
20 23 24 Luli Del Castello Chevrolet 26 -4 L 0 1:25.939 17
21 16 56 Gil Linster Chevrolet 9 -21 L 0 1:24.370 16
22 13 1 Andres Perez de Lara Ford 8 -22 L 0 1:23.729 15
23 22 37 Maximiliano Gutierrez Toyota 2 -28 L 0 14

 

DBOX eNASCAR International iRacing Series powered by Digital Motorsports points through two rounds are as follows:

  1. Victor Barrales, 74
  2. Treyten Lapcevich, 71
  3. Jake Cosio, 66
  4. Rajah Caruth, 65
  5. Jean-Philippe Bergeron, 61
  6. Alex de Alba, 60
  7. Giorgio Maggi, 59
  8. Paul Jouffreau, 57
  9. Ulysse Delsaux, 52
  10. Miguel Gomes, 51

The next DBOX eNASCAR International iRacing Series powered by Digital Motorsports diverges from the series’ normal Tuesday time slot, coinciding with ADAC SimRacing Expo in Nuremberg, Germany. That race, held on the Daytona International Speedway road course, will instead take place on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 9 a.m. ET, airing on eNASCAR.com/live and across iRacing social media channels.

For more information on the DBOX eNASCAR International iRacing Series powered by Digital Motorsports, visit www.enascar.com/international. For more information on iRacing and for special offers, including the 2022 Black Friday sale, visit www.iracing.com.

Image via Justin Melillo