Archive for May 2006

EMOND CHANGES CAR NUMBER

EDMONTON, AB – Gerry Emond was a dominant force in the 1990’s when he ran in the Alberta Outlaw Modified class (1993/94/97 Season Champion).  When he began running in the NPP Late Model class in 2004 Emond used the #17 (reverse of son Trevors #71) as his car number.  The 2006 season will see Gerry…

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EMOND IS NPP POINT LEADER AFTER RIMBEY VICTORY

RIMBEY, AB. – Leduc’s Trevor Emond won the first race of 2006 in the $100,000 Northern Provincial Pipelines Late Model Series and now finds himself the early season point leader.  A total of 19 NPP Late Model race teams made the trek to Central Alberta Raceway’s in Rimbey, Alberta Saturday, to help celebrate the tracks…

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FONSTAD HELPS LOCAL CHARITY GRAB CHECKERED FLAG

EDMONTON, AB – The run for the 2006 Northern Alberta Pipelines Ltd. Late Model Series championship was far from the mind of Arvid Fonstad and his race team on Sunday, May 21st.  The Chemserve/Trailblazer RV sponsored #2 Late Model was one of the active display’s at the 2nd annual Children’s Wish Foundation Ride Along at…

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DEFENDING CHAMP LOOKING FOR CONSECUTIVE WINS

EDMONTON, AB – The $100,000 Northern Provincial Pipeline Late Model Series races on its home track this Saturday night May 22nd.  Leduc, Alberta’s Trevor Emond is the early season point leader after a big win two weeks ago at Central Alberta Raceways in Rimbey, Alberta.  Emond’s good fortune early in 2006 is certainly troubling news…

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EMOND WINS BACK TO BACK NPP FEATURES

EDMONTON, AB. – Rain is normally frowned upon at any race event in North America but at Castrol Raceway Saturday night it got a rare ‘thumb’s up’ from several NPP Late Model drivers.  Leduc Alberta’s Trevor Emond thinks the light rain was a big factor in helping him win his second straight feature event of…

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