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Simon Dion-Viens looking forward to the last race at Autodrome St-Eustache

FOLLOWING STRONG SHOWING WITH TWO TOP TEN FINISH AT TROIS-RIVIÈRES AND CANADIAN TIRE MOTORSPORT PARK

Action will resume for Simon Dion-Viens this weekend. Indeed, the Kamouraska driver will be at the wheel of # 37 under the colors of Castrol Canada, supported by Rousseau Metal, Bestbuy Auto Parts and Impact Ford as part of a 250-lap race at Autodrome St-Eustache.

“I can’t wait to be back on track in St-Eustache and ride in front of the Quebec fans. In addition, this is the last race NASCAR Pinty’s before the final closure of the Autodrome, so it will have a special flavor for me. I love running there, but St-Eustache’s little oval remains my pet peeve and a place where we often have trouble finding the right settings for the car. I want to turn things around this year!” says Simon.

“This is the last race of my NASCAR Pinty’s season and I want to finish on a good oval note. I’m confident that the #37 Castrol Canada / Roussea Métal / Bestbuy Pièces d’auto / Impact Ford will be competitive and my first goal is to fight until the end of the race to finish in a good position. In addition, I like the pit stop format, which will allow us to develop a strategy and to put all my teammates to work,” explains Simon.

The action will begin this Saturday, September 7th for practice at 1:20 pm and qualification is at 4:45 pm. The green flag will be waved in the evening for the 250-lap race at 20:30.

Simon Dion-Viens would like to thank his main partners: Castrol Canada, BestBuy Car Parts, Rousseau Metal, Impact Ford, The Trois-Rivières Grand Prix, PLGB Transportation, RDL Truck Crossroads, OMP Racing, Jerry Hall race car design and Construction Luc Moreau.

You can follow the activities of the race team and Simon Dion-Viens on Facebook / Instagram @sdvautosport

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