Latest news on D.J. Kennington
Julia Landauer becomes first female driver to lead a NASCAR Pinty’s Series race and first American to lead a Canadian series event since 2011.
Two of the three NASCAR international series will be in action this weekend in Canada and the United Kingdom, with the Euro races broadcast on Motorsport.tv.
NASCAR Pinty’s Series competitor DJ Kennington returns to the Cup Series this weekend with Spire Motorsports at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.
Two-time NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion will drive in Xfinity Series race for his 51st start in the series and eighth over at Daytona International Speedway.
Second-generation drivers become the first pair of father-son duos to enter the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame.
The NASCAR Pinty’s Series doubleheader held in Saskatoon Wednesday night produced a pair of first-time winners.
NASCAR Pinty’s Series title contender D.J. Kennington will compete in the July race at Daytona for the second straight year with Gaunt Brothers Racing.
NASCAR Pinty’s Series champions Scott Steckly and DJ Kennington are included in class of eight new members of elite group in Canada.
Gaunt Brothers Racing will enter the 2018 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway with Parker Kligerman behind the wheel.
Canadian NASCAR Pinty’s Series driver D.J. Kennington and team owner Marty Gaunt try and honor the town of Humboldt after the tragic events with its junior hockey league team this weekend at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
The defending NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion enjoys solid start in full-time Xfinity Series starts, while two-time former champ earning respect in Cup Series.
Canadian D.J. Kennington made his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup start at Martinsville on Monday finishing 28th in his first short track race in a Cup car.
Canadian racer D.J. Kennington is set to try his hand on his first short track in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
Canadian driver D.J. Kennington will make second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start of the season at IMS Raceway on Sunday.
D.J. Kennington and Stewart Friesen return for second straight starts while Alex Labbe prepares to make full-time debut during the opening weekend of the 2018 season in all three NASCAR national series.
Two-time NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion finishes second practice session in the top 20 as team prepares for qualifying for the Daytona 500.
The two-time NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion returns with Gaunt Brothers Racing to compete in the season-opening race for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for the second straight year.
For the second consecutive season, Canadian racer D.J. Kennington will attempt to run the Daytona 500 with Gaunt Brothers Racing.
Stewart Friesen scores his second top-six finish in his last three starts while Jason Hathaway and D.J. Kennington collect career-best finishes in a NASCAR national series event.
Canadian DJ Kennington will be back competing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this weekend in Phoenix, Arizona.
Former NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion D.J. Kennington hopes to do double duty this weekend as Talladega Superspeedway
Alex Labbe wins first NASCAR Pinty’s Series championship by 16 points over Kevin Lacroix despite last-place finish in race.
Alex Labbe can celebrate the 2017 NASCAR Pinty’s Series championship as soon as he takes the green flag, but he also wants to win the return event at Jukasa Motor Speedway.