NASCAR Canadian Tire Series at Kawartha Speedway: Kennington wins race, Steckly wins Championship

dj-kennington_trophy_ncats_kawartha_2011_medium “We came in here having to win and lead the most laps to have any chance at all. We did that, but it wasn’t enough,” said Kennington when asked about falling short of winning consecutive Championships.  
D.J. Kennington shows off the hardware after winning the season finale. Credit: Matthew Murnaghan/NASCAR vianascar-assets.americaneagle.com
  “To win two of these championships is really amazing. I can’t thank all of the people involved enough. It’s definitely a team effort,” Steckly said in a post race interview. Scott-steckly_champ2_ncats_kawartha_2011_medium  
Scott Steckly celebrates his 2011 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series championship.  Credit: Matthew Manor/NASCARvia nascar-assets.americaneagle.com
  Official standings after the jump! Star-divide Standings via nascar.com.
Pos Driver Name Points Starts Wins Top 5 Top 10
1 Scott Steckly 1960 12 3 9 10
2 D.J. Kennington 1881 12 2 8 10
3 J.R. Fitzpatrick 1774 12 0 3 10
4 Kerry Micks 1754 12 0 7 8
5 Don Thomson, Jr. 1731 12 1 5 8
6 Mark Dilley 1631 12 1 5 7
7 Ron Beauchamp, Jr. 1571 12 0 1 5
8 Jason White 1499 12 0 0 5
9 Jason Hathaway 1450 12 0 1 5
10 Dexter Stacey 1396 12 0 0 1
11 Jeff Lapcevich 1313 9 0 4 7
12 Isabelle Tremblay * 1163 11 0 0 1
13 L.P. Dumoulin * 1045 8 0 2 4
14 Pete Shepherd, III 1042 7 1 3 5
15 Noel Dowler * 1042 10 0 0 0
16 Derek White 909 8 0 0 1
17 Steve Mathews * 893 8 0 1 3
18 Hugo Vannini * 761 8 0 0 0
19 Robin Buck 734 5 2 4 4
20 John Farano * 728 6 0 0 3
21 Brad Graham 681 5 0 1 4
22 Andrew Ranger 660 4 2 3 3
23 Jarrad Whissell 603 6 0 0 0
24 Dave Connelly * 582 5 0 0 1
25 J.F. Dumoulin 571 5 0 0 1
26 Peter Klutt 550 5 0 0 1
27 Joey McColm 540 5 0 0 2
28 Pierre Bourque 506 5 0 0 0
29 Elie Arseneau * 436 4 0 0 0
30 Martin Roy * 430 4 0 0 0
31 Howie Scannell, Jr. 387 4 0 0 1
32 David Thorndyke 370 4 0 0 0
33 Donald Chisholm 368 3 0 1 1
34 Chris Raabe * 366 3 0 0 2
35 Trevor Seibert 354 3 0 0 0
36 James Van Domselaar 346 3 0 0 1
37 Alex Tagliani 307 2 0 1 2
38 Patrice Brisebois * 288 3 0 0 0
39 Nathan Weenk * 268 2 0 0 1
40 Michel Pilon * 243 3 0 0 0
41 Nick Jewell * 236 2 0 0 0
42 Dave Coursol * 218 2 0 0 0
43 Shannon Harding * 209 2 0 0 0
44 Ray Courtemanche, Jr. * 207 3 0 0 0
45 Donald Theetge * 176 2 0 0 0
46 Jason Bowles 170 2 0 1 1
47 Dan Shirley * 142 1 0 0 1
48 Jim White 134 1 0 0 1
49 Pete Vanderwyst * 130 1 0 0 0
50 Steve Côté * 130 1 0 0 0
51 Kenny Forth * 127 1 0 0 0
52 John Flemming * 127 1 0 0 0
53 John Fletcher * 127 1 0 0 0
54 Sarah Cornett-Ching * 121 1 0 0 0
55 Brandon White * 121 1 0 0 0
56 Ryley Seibert * 115 1 0 0 0
57 Doug Brown 109 1 0 0 0
58 Trevor Monaghan 109 1 0 0 0
59 Sebastien Dussault * 91 1 0 0 0
* Rookie of the Year Contender

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