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Trois-Rivieres, QC - The Hippodrome 3R has a special Thursday night live harness racing program and it is the second annual NASCAR Night at the track with auto racers competing in a harness horse exhibition race. There is also a ten-race wagering program headlined by the second round of the Future Stars Series for two-year-old pacers. It's Grand Prix Week in the city of Trois-Rivieres with car races held throughout the town. This has brought back NASCAR drivers Andrew Ranger and LP (Louis-Philippe) Dumoulin to H3R to renew their rivalry in the Horse Power Challenge II, a harness horse exhibition race in double-seating jogging carts with professional harness racing drivers who will be coaches. Last year was the inaugural of the Horse Power Challenge and Quebec native, Andrew Ranger with racing coach Simon Allard, beat LP Dumoulin, a native of Trois-Riveres and coach Stephane Brosseau by one length in 2:31.2. Both NASCAR drivers were eager to go at it again this year. Andrew Ranger, a double champion of the NASCAR Pinty's Series (2007 and 2009) along with having won four times at the Grand Prix 3R in Pinty's and LP (Louis-Philippe) Dumoulin, who leads the NASCAR Pinty's Series, was Series Champion and Grand Prix 3R winner in 2014. They both will be wearing their racing colors in the special exhibition race at H3R after the 6th race on the wagering card. Race fans can meet the two NASCAR drivers to get autographs after the exhibition race. This year Ranger will be in the race with "coach" Jocelyn Gendron. Dumoulin will be with his coach from last year, Stephane Brosseau. Future Stars Series Second Round For the betting fans, the 10-race card Thursday night begins at 7:00 pm. The second round of the Future Stars Series for two-year-old pacing colts and fillies takes place in races 4, 6 and 9. The first of two colt divisions take place in race 4 where the undefeated Whitecookie goes for his fifth straight victory. The son of Windfall Blue Chip, who is owned, trained and driven by Marie Claude Auger of Trois-Rivieres, starts from the rail as the overwhelming race favorite. He has won twice at Rideau Carleton in 1:58.2 and scored a 2:01.2 triumph by four and one-half lengths in the opening round of the Future Stars Series. His main competition will come from Eclat De Rire (post 3) and Rock & Twist (post 4). The second colt division is race 9 and My Bettors Del (post 4) is the favorite after his impressive three length opening round triumph in 1:59.1, which was his maiden victory. He will be driven by Stephane Brosseau for trainer Jacques Dupont. The son of Bettor's Delight is owned by Yves Sarrazin of La Presentation with Gestion Jam Audet, Inc. of Portneuf. The lone filly division is race 6 where the entry of Lotus Sena (post 2) and Three Star Sena (post 5) head the field. Both fillies show ability as Lotus Sena won the opening round of the series in a ten-length romp in 2:01.4. Three Star Sena was second in 2:00.2 last week at H3R. The large ten-horse field also features return winner Acaena De Chakirka (post 10) and Cant Fight Fate (post 4). For a free race program for Thursday nights program, go to www.quebecjockeyclub.com. After Thursday night's special program, live racing will resume on Friday, August 16, which is Prix D'Ete weekend at the Hippodrome 3R. The $200,000C Prix D'Ete takes place on Sunday, August 18. From the Quebec Jockey Club

Trois-Rivieres, QC - Back in November at the Black Book Sale in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, trainer Daniel Martin of St Barnabe Nord along with co-owner Gaston Bibeau of Sorel-Tracy, were looking to buy a racehorse that was something special. That something special is named American Wiggle and Martin is certain that this horse will be the star of his stable in 2018. The purchase price was $55,000. "We saw how good he was in the New York Sire Stakes," Martin explained. "On the night of the $225,000 Final he raced super to finish third. I was also able to talk with Stephane Bouchard, who co-owned the horse and he told how good he really is and then we bought him." Now age four, American Wiggle has $106,000 in earnings and a record of 1:51 taken last year. Last week at the Hippodrome 3R, American Wiggle and driver Stephane Brosseau, were very strong from post eight, moving to second place in the backstretch and then coming on in the stretch to win by four lengths. American Wiggle is back at the Hippodrome 3R this Sunday, starting again from post eight in the eighth race co-feature pace. How did American Wiggle come out of the race last week? "He came out of the race just fine." Martin said. "With his races at Rideau Carleton under his belt, he was in perfect shape for last Sunday's race and will be again this Sunday. He is ready now to put in even a better performance. The eight post is not great through." Martin also has high hopes that American Wiggle will develop into the type of horse that could compete in the Hippodrome 3R's premier race, the $200,000 Prix D'Ete on August 19. "If he continues to develop as he has been," Martin said, "We will enter him in the Prix D'Ete. If he can draw a good post and depending on the competition, he could do well in there. You never know. He has been good on a half mile track and that can make a lot of difference." What does Martin like best about American Wiggle? "I really like his confirmation," Martin said. "He is built like a racehorse should be. I also like that he is calm, relaxed and quiet both off and on the track and that when you do ask him for speed, he gives it to you." Martin has 15 horses in his stable and he feels that American Wiggle is the best of all of them. After his race on Sunday at H3R, Martin said he will be taking him to Toronto to race at Mohawk Racetrack. Fans at H3R could see him back in action before the Prix D'Ete. Martin is anxious to see how he will be on the big track. Now for this Sunday, American Wiggle and Brosseau face some new competition in the top racehorse National Debt, who starts from post seven for driver Jocelyn Gendron. Last week at Rideau Carleton, National Debt, a $400,000 career winner, came from off the pace to score in 1:53.2. Other contenders include DJ Power (post six) and the entry from trainer Isabelle Bineti of Washington Hanover (post two) and Highpoint Chip (post 5). There is also a co-featured Invitational-Handicap Trot featuring last weeks return winner, Torches Angel. She starts from post eight for driver Stephane Brosseau and was an easy winner last week over a sloppy track. Her main rivals include Holiday Party (post seven), Rocky Boy (post three) and Four Starz Speed (post six). Post time Sunday is 12:50 pm. For a free race program, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

The track's defending Filly and Mare Pacer of the Year So Nice (Ponder) won the Open at Saratoga Casino Hotel for the first time this season on Friday night. The Amber Buter-trained distaffer recorded eleven victories in 2016, several of which came in the local Fillies and Mares Open. After her award-winning '16 campaign, So Nice got off to a bit of a slow start this year before turning things around in late April. On Friday, Stephane Bouchard put the seven year old mare on the front end and after enduring a first quarter in 27 seconds flat, fought gamely while tested in the final quarter. A two-pronged challenge came for So Nice in the stretch as pocket-sitter Her Own Land (Mark Beckwith) closed up the inside while the race's 1-5 favorite Godiva Seelster (Wally Hennessey) came charging hard from the back of the pack. So Nice won the three-horse photo while Godiva Seelster had to settle for second. Her Own Land earned the show spot in the $13,000 Open that went in 1:52.2 over a track labeled 'good.' So Nice paid $11.60 to win and started an exacta with Godiva Seelster second that returned $19.80. Live racing continues on Saturday night at Saratoga with a 6:45pm first post. Mike Sardella

TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec - It is most certainly looking like the "Year of the Roy" as harness racing hottest new driver, Quebec's 27-year-old Louis-Philippe Roy, soundly defeated many of the top drivers in harness racing with an impressive victory in the second annual All-Star Drivers Tournament at the Hippodrome 3R. Roy was the only driver in the tournament able to score points in all eight tournament races. He ended the day totaling 192 points with Stephane Bouchard second with 144 points and Scott Zeron third with 118 points. "I was not that sure how I would do," Roy said after winning. "I was told that I was the morning line favorite and that the favorite has never won the tournament before and I am very happy with the victory. "I was fortunate to have some good horses today," Roy explained. "They kept me close to the action at the finish and I know that helped a lot with the points." Roy won the 4th race pace with Whitemountain Nemo in 1:55.2. That was his only victory in the tournament, but combined with five second place finishes, one third and one fifth place finish, put his point totals well ahead of the rest of the drivers. Also in the competition was defending champion, Jody Jamieson, Hall of Famer David Miller, Grand Circuit Champion Yannick Gingras, Trois-Rivieres native Daniel Dube and two-time O'Brien award winning driver Sylvain Filion. There was a $10,000 prize offered. Bouchard, who was making his first return to the Hippodrome 3R in 20 years, was the only driver to win two of the tournament races. Defending champion Jody Jamieson was the only driver not to win one of the races. Three horses took lifetime marks in the tournament. The Hippodrome 3R named the eighth race the "ALS Fight For The Cure" honoring Bouchard, whose son, Olivier, passed away last year in Montreal at age 26 from ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). There was a special blanket presentation to the winning horse and 15 members and friends of the Bouchard Family were in the winner's circle. The management at Quebec Jockey Club donated the proceedings from the daily 50/50 drawing to the ALS Foundation in Olivier Bouchard's memory. Roy, the youngest of the eight drivers in the field, currently is the leading money winning driver in all of Canada and is second in dash victories. Last year he was the leading driver not only at the Hippodrome 3R, but also at Rideau Carlton. This year he moved his base of operations to Toronto. "After this afternoon," Roy said. "I will to go Quebec City and celebrate with my friends and then tomorrow fly back to Toronto to race at Mohawk. Then I will be coming back to the Hippodrome 3R next Sunday for the Quebec-Bred Series finals." It was Scott Zeron, who at age 28, the second youngster driver in the tournament, who had the early lead, winning the first race of the tournament with Rainbow Palace in a lifetime mark of 1:55.3. Zeron then was second in the next two races to lead the group with 100 points. But with Roy finishing second five times and Zeron then failing to get points in some of the later races, Roy was able to seal the victory after the eighth race and extended the lead with a second-place finish in the ninth and final race of the tournament. "We had superb weather, a sold-out dining room, good betting handle and great drivers competing," said Quebec Jockey Club president Claude Levesque. "We could not ask for anything more for the tournament. I want to thank all the drivers for taking the time from their schedules to come to H3R and what great gentlemen they are. We also want to thank the owners and trainers for entering their horses in this competition." Total point standings for the tournament were: Louis-Philippe Roy 192; Stephane Bouchard 144; Scott Zeron 118; Daniel Dube 103; Sylvain Filion 94; David Miller 74; Yannick Gingras 65 and Jody Jamieson 39. TRACK NOTES: Live racing resumes Tuesday evening at the Hippodrome 3R, post time 7:00 pm. Featured will be the second round of the $100,000 Quebec-Bred Series for four and five-year-old trotting mares and horses. For more information, visit www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec - Harness racing driver Stephane Bouchard is heading back to his home province of Quebec this Sunday to compete in the second annual All-Star Drivers Tournament at the Hippodrome 3R. He will be competing against top drivers David Miller, defending champion Jody Jamieson, H3R's leading driver Louis-Philippe Roy, Yannick Gingras, Daniel Dube, Sylvain Filion and Scott Zeron in eight tournament events. It has been 20 years since Bouchard last drove in a race at the Hippodrome 3R and 17 years since he drove in a race in Quebec. He last drove the pacer Sandy Dodge to a third-place finish on October 11, 1997. "Unfortunately, I do not remember that horse," Bouchard admitted, "but I have such good memories of driving at H3R and throughout Quebec, mainly at Blue Bonnets. A lot of good sire stakes horses back then, working for my mentor, J-P Gauthier, and then with Pierre Touchette. "I am so grateful to have been invited for this tournament," Bouchard said. "and to be competing with such a great group of talented drivers. Getting to see these drivers, trainers and owners from the past it will feel like a class reunion." Bouchard, 50, currently has 8,571 career wins and earning by the horses he has driven is over $75 million. Some of the major highlights of his career include winning the Yonkers Trot in 2008 with the great Napoleon. During that period, Bouchard was the leading driver at Yonkers Raceway five times. Come this Sunday, one of the tournament race will be named "THE ALS DREAM FOR A CURE" in memory of Bouchard's son, Olivier Bouchard, who tragically passed away last year at age 26 from ALS. "ALS is also called Lou Gehrig disease," Bouchard explained. "and it is a horrible disease with no discrimination and no cure yet. I asked track management and they are honoring my request to bring recognition to this disease. "I have done ice bucket challenges to raise money and awareness," Bouchard said. "and other charity events for ALS and hopefully one day they will find a cure. "My son was a very generous person," Bouchard added, "who cared about other people and never complained a lot about his condition, only dreaming for a cure until his last moments. My family will be at the track Sunday to be with me in the winner's circle for this special race." As for going against these top drivers in the tournament, Bouchard has a simple game plan in mind. "First, I need to say what an honor it is to be a participant in this tournament," Bouchard added, "and good luck to my fellow drivers. As for my tactics on the racetrack, it will be up to my horses. They will show me the way to the winner's circle!" In closing, Bouchard wanted to add one more special comment. "I was more of a driver at Blue Bonnet during my career in Quebec," Bouchard said, "but I do remember Yannick when he was a kid. I once put him in the dryer machine in the driver's room when he was around 10. Hopefully, Yannick won't hold that against me in the tournament." From the Quebec Jockey Club      

Givenupdreaming (If I Can Dream) paced the fastest mile of the year to date on Saturday night at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The Heidi Rohr trainee was one of five participants in the $13,000 Open Pace and with first half fractions of 27 and 55.3 to set the table, Givenupdreaming moved first over and powered up to take over the lead after three quarters in 1:23. The six year old standout cruised away in the stretch before stopping the timer in 1:50.3, the fastest clocking for any race in the 2017 campaign at the Spa. Somewhere Fancy (Billy Dobson) followed the winner's cover and wound up as the runner-up in the feature while Panocchio (Gerry Mattison) came on for third. It was the sixth victory of the season for Givenupdreaming and the first win in the local Open for the Rohr trainee who was piloted to the Saturday score by Stephane Bouchard. Live racing this holiday weekend with matinees scheduled for both Sunday and Monday afternoons both beginning at 12:15pm. Mike Sardella

TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec - Track management at the Hippodrome 3R today released the names of the eight harness racing drivers who will be competing in the second annual All-Star Drivers Tournament set for Sunday, June 4. Invited to participate in the tournament will be Stephane Bouchard, Daniel Dube, Sylvain Filion, Yannick Gingras, Jody Jamieson, David Miller, Louis-Philippe Roy and Scott Zeron. The tournament features a prize purse of $10,000 (US) as the eight drivers will compete in eight races with each driver starting once in posts 1-8. There will also be a special Meet & Greet before the start of the races where fans will be to get autographs, photos and chat will all eight of the drivers. Live interviews with all eight drivers will take place in the winner's circle throughout the afternoon. Last year's inaugural All-Star Drivers Tournament winner, Jody Jamieson, was able to pull away with the victory in the last race of the tournament and defeat John Campbell and Sylvain Filion. This year, a special newcomer to the tournament is Hall of Famer David Miller, who was last at H3R in 2014, driving Lucan Hanover in the $200,000 Prix D'Ete. Also, new to the tournament and representing H3R, is last year's leading driver at both H3R and Rideau Carlton, Louis-Phillip Roy, Montreal native Stephane Bouchard, a career winner of 8,555 races and another Quebec native, Scott Zeron, who last year won the Trotting Triple Crown with Marion Marauder, round out the rookies in the tournament. Of course, Quebec native drivers Yannick Gingras, Daniel Dube and Sylvain Filion need no introduction to race fans at H3R or anywhere in harness racing. "This is a superb group of drivers we have coming to H3R on June 4." Said Claude Levesque, president of the Quebec Jockey Club. "I know the harness racing fans not just in Quebec but throughout North America will want to see these great drivers compete in our tournament. It has become one of our biggest events at H3R." More details about the All-Star Drivers Tournament will be announced shortly and you can also visit, www.quebecjockeyclub.com. From the Quebec Jockey Club  

Elm Grove Inarush (Coastocoast) scored her first win in a local feature on Thursday afternoon at Saratoga Casino Hotel. Stephane Bouchard picked up the catch drive for trainer Elisha Lafreniere behind the six year old mare who was assigned post position one in the $12,000 Fillies and Mares Open. Elm Grove Inarush sat the pocket behind Milky Way Rae (Billy Dobson) before surging up the passing lane to best that rival by the slimmest of margins. Milky Way Rae was the runner up while the favored Annabeth (Mark Beckwith) had to settle for the show spot in the mile paced in 1:54.4. Elm Grove Inarush, who finished second in her only other try in the feature for distaffers, paid $20.40 while dismissed at odds of 9-1. The exacta and triple came back $63.50 and $164, respectively. With the earnings from Thursday's victory, Elm Grove Inarush moves her career bankroll to over the quarter million dollar mark. Live racing continues on Friday evening at Saratoga with a 6:45pm first post. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

Limelight Beach (Somebeachsomewhere) made his Saratoga harness racing debut a winning one on Saturday night in the $18,000 Open Pace. The Ron Burke trainee is enjoying another terrific year and brought his talents to the Spa for the first time to take part in the Saturday feature. Assigned the outside post, Limelight Beach blasted out to the early lead in a 26.3 opening quarter but driver Stephane Bouchard gave the five year old pacer a bit of a second quarter breather before he faced his first legitimate challenge in the stretch. Limelight Beach cruised away in the final strides to prevail in 1:51.3 on a chilly December night in the Spa City. Artful Way (Frank Coppola Jr) came on to finish second while JK Panache (Mark Beckwith) had to settle for third. Limelight Beach was the race's 6-5 favorite in the betting and led an exacta and triple that paid $32.20 and $84.50, respectively. Burke had a training triple on the Saturday card. Live racing continues on Sunday afternoon with a matinee beginning at 12:15pm. Mike Sardella  

The 2016 Holiday Trotting Series kicked off on Thursday at Saratoga Casino Hotel for harness racing trotters who had compiled seasonal earnings of $12,500 or less as of 10/31/16. There were two divisions of the series each going for a purse of $6,000. Golden Stroke (Yankee Glide) worked hard early and moved to the lead while aggressively piloted by Stephane Bouchard in the first division on Thursday. The Eve Bergeron-trained trotter held on late to win in 1:59.3 for his second victory of the year. Golden Stroke had finished second or third in four of his previous six starts before becoming the public's 6-5 favorite in leg one of the newly contested series at the Spa. Tony Ciuffetelli's Tagmaster (Tagliabue) was the fastest of the leg one trotters as the 12 year old circled the field to prevail going away in 1:59.1 in the second division. Ciuffetelli owns, trains and drives the veteran high-stepper who surged past his rivals after making a big three wide move en route to his fourth win of the year and third in his last four starts. Leg two of the Holiday Trotting Series will take place next week with the final being contested during closing week of the '16 racing season. The Holiday Pacing Series kicks off on Friday night. First post time on Friday is set for 6:45pm. Mike Sardella

Bet You (Bettor's Delight) went back to back in the Saturday feature as the young harness racing pacer came from well off the pace to prevail in the $16,000 Open Pace at Saratoga on Saturday night. After winning his first local Open last week, the Heidi Rohr-trained Bet You got away fifth in the six horse feature and as the fractions were hot on the lead, the rejuvenated pacer sat patiently before making his move in the final quarter. Bet You emerged from a scramble in the stretch with a victory in 1:52.3. Border Control A (Jim Devaux) came from last to finish second while Lettucerockthem A (Billy Dobson) earned the show spot. The four year old Bet You hadn't factored in his first three tries in the local Open but has now rattled off consecutive victories to bring his seasonal win total to ten. Bet You, who was driven to the score in the feature by Stephane Bouchard, paid $13.00 to win and led an exacta and triple that returned $84 and $528, respectively. Bet You is owned by Tom Dillon of Anson, ME. Live racing continues on Sunday afternoon at Saratoga with a first post time of 12:15pm. Mike Sardella

Bet You (Bettor's Delight) worked hard early and it paid off late in the Saturday harness racing feature at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The Heidi Rohr-trained pacer has been a winning machine this season out of town but recorded his first local victory of the year in the $18,000 Open Pace. Stephane Bouchard urged Bet You at the start and powered the four year old out to the early lead, working hard to get to the top in 27.1. The veteran reinsman gave Bet You a very effective second quarter breather and after reaching the half in 57 seconds fended off several challengers before hanging on to win by the slimmest of margins in 1:54. Sassy Hanover (Billy Dobson) sat the pocket to Bet You and closed quickly in the passing lane to be within a nose at the wire. Longshot Ideal Magic (Jim Devaux) earned the show spot. Bet You was one of three co-favorites at odds of 2-1 in the seven horse Open and started an exacta and triple that paid $29.60 and $126.50, respectively. Live racing continues on Sunday afternoon at Saratoga with a matinee that begins at 12:15pm. Mike Sardella

Gibson Blue Chip (Artiscape) stayed hot on Saturday night in the harness racing feature at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The seven year old pacer was claimed two weeks ago by trainer Norm Dessureault and scored his second win in as many weeks. Gibson Blue Chip, who went from last to first to prevail last week in a career best 1:53.1, moved out to the early lead in Saturday's $10,175 feature in pursuit of back to back jacks. Stephane Bouchard piloted the rejuvenated pacer and got him to the top in an opening quarter of 27.4. Tested throughout the majority of the mile, Gibson Blue Chip surged away late from pocket-sitting favorite Nesh Cruiser (Frank Coppola Jr) before stopping the timer in 1:53.1 to match the lifetime mark he set last week. Nesh Cruiser, who was also looking to repeat on Saturday night, finished second while Espen De Vie (Jim Devaux) earned the show spot. Gibson Blue Chip was the 2-1 second choice and returned $6.90 to win while the exacta and triple paid $8.90 and $24.80, respectively. Gibson Blue Chip is owned by Anthony McGrath of Troy, NY. Live racing continues on Sunday afternoon at Saratoga with a matinee beginning at 12:15pm. Mike Sardella

Flyhawk Thriller (Cash Hall) dropped and popped while recording an harness racing upset in Tuesday night's featured race at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The Bert Belanger-trained trotter dropped out of the Open but drew post position seven in the $9,000 featured trot on Tuesday. Leading driver Stephane Bouchard sat back patiently with Flyhawk Thriller, who was dismissed at odds of 10-1, as fast fractions were being set during a hotly contested first half. Flyhawk Thriller came first over and overpowered the race's favorite en route to opening up a big lead past three quarters. Drama Free (Jordan Derue) shook loose late but never got close to Flyhawk Thriller who stopped the timer in 1:55.4. Drama Free was the runner up while Time To Quit (Brian Cross) completed the triple. For Flyhawk Thriller, whose 1:54.2 win time set back in May still stands as the fastest for any trotter at Saratoga in 2016, it was win number four on the season. Returning $22.00 to win, Flyhawk Thriller led an exacta and triple that paid $289.50 and $2309, respectively. Live racing continues on Wednesday night at the Spa with a first post time set for 7:05pm. Mike Sardella

Respectable Dream (If I Can Dream) scored his first win in the local Open Pace on Saturday night at Saratoga Casino Hotel as leading harness racing driver Stephane Bouchard guided the Richie Silverman trainee to victory in 1:52. Respectable Dream left quickly and tucked in the pocket behind Artful Way (Frank Coppola Jr) who was setting blistering fractions on the front end. The race's favorite JK Panache (Wally Hennessey) was caught on the outside for nearly the entire mile and the seven horse field was bunched up turning for home. Respectable Dream cruised up the passing lane late to prevail in the $15,000 Open for the first time. Artful Way finished second while Code Word (Mark Beckwith) came on for third. The third place finish for the veteran Code Word moved his career earnings to over the $1 million mark. Respectable Dream paid $11.40 to win and led an exacta and triple that returned $101 and $705, respectively. Live racing resumes on Tuesday night at Saratoga with a first post time set for 7:05pm. Mike Sardella  

Givenupdreaming (If I Can Dream) matched the fastest time of the year at Saratoga Casino Hotel on Saturday night as the Heidi Rohr-trained pacer scored a wire-to-wire win in the evening's harness racing feature. Givenupdreaming had yet to be on the front end in his starts since coming to the Spa but the meet's leading driver Stephane Bouchard put the standout pacer right onto the lead in Saturday's $15,000 Open Pace. Givenupdreaming had little difficultly going coast to coast and did so at odds of 3-5. E Z Noah (Billy Dobson) got the pocket ride behind the winner and wound up as the runner up while Respectable Dream (Mark Beckwith) earned the show spot. Givenupdreaming stopped the timer in 1:51, a time made even more impressive by the fact that after a host of powerful storms went through Saratoga, the track condition was sloppy. The win time of 1:51 matched Artful Way's clocking from a start in the Open on July 2nd as the fastest of the year at the Spa. The victory in the feature was one of three on the night for Bouchard who still holds a fairly comfortable lead in the local driver standings as he pursues what would be his first local driving title. Live racing resumes on Tuesday night at Saratoga with a first post time of 7:05pm. Mike Sardella

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