The new year may have brought about a change of scenery for Canadian young gun Raphael Lessard, but the 16-year-old is enjoying every moment of his best opportunity to-date.
Sixteen-year-old Canadian Raphael Lessard is set to join Kyle Busch Motorsports for the 2018 racing season.
Pro All Stars Series officials released a statement on Wednesday morning addressing situations during Saturday night’s race, which led to penalties against David Gilliland Racing and the team’s decision on Tuesday to withdraw from the series.
Following events from Saturday night’s Pro All Stars Series Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway, David Gilliland Racing has announced they will make schedule adjustments to all of their super late model teams to avoid competing in any PASS-sanctioned events for the forseeable future.
Due to mechanical problems and racing incident damage during his race last Sunday at the Rattler 250 in Alabama, Raphaël Lessard has had to withdraw from participating in the Duels at Dominion race, scheduled for Saturday, March 25th on the all-new Dominion Raceway track in Thornburg, Virginia.
Venturini Motorsports announced Monday that Christopher Bell and Tanner Thorson will both return to the team for select races during the 2017 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – official team release — DGR photo — Fourteen-year-old Canadian up-and-comer Raphael Lessard will join David Gilliland Racing’s (DGR) driver development roster, debuting with his new team Aug. 28-30 during the Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. The Quebec native joins the team after making 12 starts in the PASS North super late model division during the 2015 …