DELAWARE, Ontario — D.J. Kennington took advantage of some misfortune by J.R. Fitzpatrick and went to victory lane for the second time in as many weeks as he won the EMCO 200 presented by Niagara Plumbing Supply and McKeough Supply in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series action Saturday at Delaware Speedway.
Kennington assumed the race lead on lap 158 when Fitzpatrick had to make an unscheduled pit stop due to a problem with his brakes after the race was red flagged when the frontstretch lights went out.
Kennington led several laps in early going after starting the race from the pole position in his No. 17 Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge. It was his second win of the 2012 season and the 13th of his series career. Additionally, it was his third win in four starts at his home track.
Defending series champion Scott Steckly overcame some early problems to finish second while Jason Hathaway come home in third.
Two-time series champion Andrew Ranger finished fourth followed by Pete Shepherd III in the fifth position.
Jason White, Mark Dilley, Joey McColm, Noel Dowler and Louis-Philippe Dumoulin completed the top 10.