Autodrome Circuit Chaudiere, Vallee-Jonction, QC The Autodrome Chaudière celebrates Its Champions

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  1. Race Results

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    It is this Saturday, October 31, 2015 in La Cache à Maxime Scott Junction had held the banquet of champions local classes of the Autodrome Chaudière.For the occasion, we had the privilege of hosting as many as 145 guests. Team members, drivers, officials and sponsors were present to complete the 2015 season.

    Presented as representative of the main sponsor of Sport Compact classes Compact Elite and Amateur Sport, Roxanne Pelletier Oricom Internet presented the awards to the 10 best drivers in the Triple Crown Oricom Internet.The podium goes to # 17 Maxime Gagné in Montmagny 3 th position and at # 72 Louis Philippe Lauzier St. Pachomius who finished in 2 th position. The # 26 Martin Bisson of Sts-Anges is issued with the price of the 2015 Champion Cup Oricom Internet.The # 700 William Grondin-Valley Junction was awarded the award for rookie of the year Amateur Sport Compact plus the price of the most improved driver during the season.

    As for the Sport Compact Elite class, the price of the rookie of the year returns to # 66 Mathieu Godin in Ste-Brigitte de Laval.The # 72 Louis Philippe Lauzier of St Pachomius was also awarded the prize for the most improved driver in Sport Compact Elite. For the Limited class, this award went to # 27 Kevin Bisson in Beauceville.

    The catwalks of the 2015 championship
    The # 116 Kharl Landry Ste-Marie was awarded the 3th position Championship of Amateur Sport Compact class Oricom Internet. The championship was won on par with the # 18 Jean-Philippe Groleau Ste-Marie and # 71 Ann-Marie Lessard Valley Junction.As for our Elite Sport Compact class, the # 43 Julien Bernier of Ste-Marie ends in 3 e position. The second position returns to # 75 Steve Godbout of Quebec. The # 26 Martin Bisson of Sts-Anges is mounted proudly on the podium to collect the trophy for the 2015 champion in his class.

    Regarding Class Automobiles Limited Wendake. The 2015 championship is won# 47 by Yves Marcoux Thetford Mines followed by # 116 Francis Gregory of St. Isidore. The 3 th place overall returns to # 71 Johnny Vachon of St. Joseph de Beauce.


    The involvement of pilots rewarded
    For the 2015 season, a new award was given after voting officials. Indeed, the promoter of the Autodrome Chaudière, André Poulin wanted to highlight the involvement of some drivers in the development and continuity of their respective classes. The winners of this award are the # 07 Ken Grondin in Amateur Sport Compact, the # 98 Pascal Turgeon Sport Compact Elite and # 48 Yves Perreault Limited.


    Although at present, the future of the Autodrome Chaudière remains to decide is under the sign of the confidence that pilots and staff of the Autodrome addressed the evening. An evening that will have demonstrated the strong sense of belonging to the people present the oval Valley Junction. Moreover, many times the drivers and team members reiterated their confidence in André Poulin and his team.
    In my name and that of the leaders, I want to thank all the sponsors who are involved and who supported the 2014 Autodrome Chaudière Inc. during the 2015 season.Pilots and crew, always faithful, thank you for allowing to make Autodrome Chaudière the strongest track in local classes.

    At the very dedicated and passionate staff who have given your time freely, and with heart, thank you! The success of this season is a team effort and it is with the strengths of each that all this was possible.
    As for you, stock car fans who have shown your interest throughout the season, thank you!
    In closing, I would like to personally acknowledge the tremendous work of Andre Poulin in season 2015. It is thanks to its daring, its innovation and countless hours that all could live an extraordinary season. It is a privilege to have shared these moments with a man so involved.
     

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