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Cayden Lapcevich claims second win of the season in Nova Scotia

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Cayden Lapcevich claims second win of the season in Nova Scotia
Aug 21, 2016, 1:06 PM

16-year-old Cayden Lapcevich won the Bumper to Bumper 300 Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway to move past Andrew Ranger in the title race of the NASCAR Pinty's Series.

Ranger qualified a distant 14th before tangling with Jason Hathaway and Louis-Philippe Dumoulin on lap 130. The incident cost him a flat tire and a penalty. He eventually retired on lap 223 with transmission issues.

Alex Tagliani, who is also a contender in the championship race, suffered similar misfortunes. Despite leading 164 laps, he was classified only ninth, five laps down, after colliding with Mark Dilley near the end of the race.

Ranger now trails Lapcevich by 12 points with three races to go, at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, St-Eustache and Kawartha. Tagliani is a further 20 laps behind Lapcevich.

Lapcevich, who was joined by LP Dumoulin and Jason Hawthaway on the Riverside podium, has finished every race in the top-10 so far this season. His first career victory came at Saskatoon in late July.

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