Expertise on tracks north of Vermont's border is better left to guys like Pascal Cote, M.P. Roy, and the many other "bon hommes" who labor to preserve the history of racing in that province. I just wanted, as the title says, to take a peek at some of the myriad tracks [some mighty and some almost ruts in a field] that sprang up and - in most cases - disappeared from 1949 through the 1970's. Even if I got helpful friends like Roger LaBreche, Cam Gray, Andre Chausse, Norman Morley, and others to pitch in, I couldn't ever pretend to do a comprehensive job; so, just a peek will have to suffice.

            Actually, I can't even be sure I could list all of the tracks. So, I'll handle the ones I can except Bouvrette and Mustang, which have their own pages. Please understand this -  THE ONLY TRUE AUTHORITY on Quebec racing is Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec.  Click here to access that site.

 

Adamsville, QU Bouvrette Speedway,
St. Jerome, QU
Click Here to go to the Page


Champion Speedway,
St Ignace, QU
Autodrome Drummond,
Drummondville, QU
Fury Speedway,
Fabreville, QU


Autodrome Granby/ Rebel Spdwy,
Granby, QU
Kempton Park Speedway
LaPrairie, QU
Autodrome Laval / Riverside Spdy
Laval, QU
Page 2

Montreal Autodrome/
St. Paul Speedway

Le Guardeur, QU
Mustang Speedway,
Pike River, QU
Click Here to go to the Page
Noel Raceway,
LaPrairie, QU
Page 2
Quebec Moderne Speedway,
Val St-Michel, QU

Ste Martine Speedway,
Ste Martine, QU
Autodrome Ste-Therese,
Ste Therese de Lisieux, QU
Piste de Waterloo,
Waterloo, QU

 

ADAMSVILLE, QU

     I have questioned myself on why I included this track, seeing as the only item I have on it is an aerial photo. I have heard at least twice that this venue was fitted with lights for night racing. I have no idea how accurate that is. The track is still visible. Adamsville appears to be somewhat near the familiar track in Granby and fairly close to the site of the former Champion Speedway near Bedford.


Google Maps

 

CHAMPION SPEEDWAY

                I first heard of the former Champion Speedway near Bedford at Catamount Stadium around 1973 when a group of Catamount's Hurricane Division drivers. said they had been welcomed there and treated with a lot more deference than they had in Vermont, where they were just a support class. The track was then being promoted by an associate of then driver Francis Affleck. Given the year of some other photos I have seen of the venue, I would assume it was operating in some of the 1960's and then had sat idle for a while before 1973. The track was paved, but it is clear a number of Granby dirt cars tried their luck there.
Guide Auto. com Photo
1960's Photos

Gerard Favreau Photo
Jean-Paul Cabana's Miss Quebec Falcon at Champion
circa 1965.

Gerard Favreau Photo
Andre Manny's late model - bodied modified at Champion mid 1960's.

Gerard Favreau Photo
Unknown late model support division winner. GHood view of starter's stand.

Gerard Favreau Photo
Georges Loiselle, at Champion with the famed "Beaver" team.

Gerard Favreau Photo
An unknown late model that looks like a Granby regular car.

 

Gerard Favreau Photo
Unknown late model sportsman, said to be in 1968.

Gerard Favreau Photo
Pace car with modified lineup. Good view of the track around late 60's/ early '70's.

Gerard Favreau Photo
BP supported late model
support class car.
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
The "pilote inconnu" is actually 1961 NASCAR national chamion Dick Nephew with a Falcon owned by his brother - in - law.
 
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
Mrs. Dick Nephew and their two sons.

   
Gerard Favreau Photo
A clear dirt track Mustang,
trying it on the pavement. Very likely a Granby car.
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
A Corvair - bodied modified very popular in Quebec in the mid 1960's.

 
Gerard Favreau Photo
A late model sportsman car around 1968.
 
TRACK VIEW
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
A mod feature lineup with
Dick Nephew on pole.
TRACK VIEW
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
Turn one shot.
 
TRACK VIEW
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
Speedway parking shot shows they were getting a good crowd then.
 
TRACK VIEW
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
Turns 3 and 4 shot.  
TRACK VIEW
 
Gerard Favreau Photo
Back stretch shot.



Source Unknown

Vestiges Photos

Gerry Bergeron Photo
Remains of a building,
likely concessions.

Gerry Bergeron Photo
Off turn 4, down the
frontstretch.

Gerry Bergeron Photo
Turn 4.

Gerry Bergeron Photo
From turn 4 back
toward turn 3.

Gerry Bergeron Photo
Again, towards turn 3.

 

Gerry Bergeron Photo
Off turn 4, down the
back stretch.
 
 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
Towards turn 2.
 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
Turn 2.
 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
Turn 2 down the back stretch.
 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
Remains of the flagger's stand and view toward
turn one.
 
 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
From the junk yard, back down the frost stretch. 

 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
Towards turn 1. I was told it was right near a salvage yard, and there it is !
 
 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
Towards turn 1. I was told it was right near a salvage yard, and there it is ! 
 
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Gerry Bergeron Photo
Remains of the flagger's stand. 
 
Gerry Bergeron Photo
More remains of the flagger's stand. 

AUTODROME DRUMMOND

    
                Autodrome Drummond [or Drummondville, as most of us down here call it] is still "en fonction". The fact it goes back to at least 1972 makes it a track I should try to cover. Many Vermont and New York modified teams used to travel up I89, go through the Highgate border, and head for Drummondville or Granby. One of the article from 1981 mentions Amsterdam's Ray Sitterly and Vermont hall of famer Vince Quenneville.  I will put up a few earlier photos if I can dredge some up.
Google Maps Photo


Drummondville Photos

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1968 article... one of
the earliest for Drummondville.


Christian Ti-Gaz Genest Photo
Track sign, 1972.

Christian Ti-Gaz Genest Photo
Looking over to turns one and two. 1972.

Christian Ti-Gaz Genest Photo
Looking over to the infield amnd backstretch . 1972.

Gerry Bergeron Photo
Grandstands, rear view.
1972.

 

Gerry Bergeron Photo
Grandstands, side view.
1972.


Gerry Bergeron Photo
Overall view - heavy track.
1972.


Gerry Bergeron Photo
Turn 4. 1972.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1974 article about Bob Gatien, the track's big
star in earlier years.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1974 article about
Denis Giroux benefit race. Shows track officials.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1974 shot of Bob Gatien.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1970's article about
track
points.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1974 article about Bob
Gatien winning the
Denis Giroux race.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1974
shot of feature lineup.

From Christian Genest
1974
water truck.
 
From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1974
shot of Frank Hodge and the iconic Lucky 7 car.

From Christian Genest
1975
pace car.
 
Alain Forcier Photo
197
8 - track gets a visit from four - time NASCAR national champion Rene Charland.

 
Paul Michaud Photo
197
9 action.
 
Eric Cote Photo
1981 track photo.
 
Jake Langlois Photo
1981 track photo. 
 
From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1981 article that mentions NY's Ray Sitterly and VT's Vince Quenneville, Sr.
 
 
From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
198
0's Jacques LaLancette photo.
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FURY SPEEDWAY


                For a while, particularly in the 1960's, it seemed like there was about half a million tracks around the Montreal area. One of these was Fury Speedway in Fabreville. It seemed to have been constructed in 1961 ande operated for three seasons, having a NASCAR sanction. However, its entire life span was involved in problems with local homeowners and other groups that didn't wnat the track there. It was forced out of business in 1963.
Google Maps Photo

TRACK CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS
[Poor Quality Due to the Fact It Is Old 8MM Footage]

 

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Beginning of track building - big dozers.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Big shots at the site.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Giving signals or praising God.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Building some of the banking.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Building some of the banking.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
A look across the site. All that work for three seasons of racing.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Big trucks going in and out.

From You Tube
Track View.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Some of it was done by hand.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Some of it was done by hand. This time, in a deep hole.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Rolling in tthe track pavement with a surprisingly small roller.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Rolling in tthe track pavement at the top of the banking.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
More asphalt brought in.

From You Tube
Track View.

COMPETITOR PHOTOS
[Some are Poor Quality Due to the Fact It Is Old 8MM Footage]

 

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Al DeAngelo -
a regular at Islip Spdwy, L.I., NY

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Andre Manny,
a great local sportsman star.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Bill Wimble, NY.
2 Time NASCAR nat'l champ.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Jean-Paul Cabana, great Quebec champ.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Rene Charland,
4 time NASCAR nat'l champion.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Dick Nephew, NY. 1961 NASCAR nat'l champ.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Pierre-Paul Champagne Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Long - time Quebec racing veteran Gilles Brochu.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Montreal - based Quebec racing great Jean-Guy Chartrand.

From Bob Novak
Jack Dubrul, VT.
Co- founder of Catamount Stadium. He would have used a similar to this car at Fury.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Gaetan DiPietro,
Quebec driver.

From Gerard Major
Frank Hodge, Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Gerard Major, Fury driver and future Quebec racing historian.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Jack Hart, a regular on the NJ/PA racing circuit.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Jerry Gagnon,
Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Jim Hendrickson
a regular at Islip Spdwy, L.I., NY

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Marcel Giguere, Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Marcel Godard, Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Rejean Field, Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Ron Marvin, NH, A regular T Road driver with a car here I never saw before.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Unidentified, Quebec driver.

Bill Fifield Photo
Ed Ortiz, NY.
Occasional driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Limited Sportsman driver Albert Angel [ctr] at a Fury motor inspection.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Dick Foley Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Unidentified, Quebec driver.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Unidentified, Quebec driver.
 
Bob Mackey Photo via John Rock
Harry Provost NY driver.
 
Bob Mackey Photo via Cavalcade of Auto Racing
Ernie Reid NY driver.

From Christian Genest via Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Guy Bergeron, Quebec driver.
 
From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Unidentified Quebec driver.
 
From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Bob Bruno, NY.
 
Andre Chausse via Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Georges Boudrias, Quebec driver.

 
Denis LaChance Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Gerard Beliveau, Quebec driver.
 
Denis LaChance Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Another shot of Gerard Beliveau.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Andre Manny works on his car. 
     
From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Bob Foley, Jr.
Quebec Driver
     

FURY RACING PHOTOS
[Most are Poor Quality Due to the Fact It Is Old 8MM Footage]

 
 
From Gerard Major
Chartrand tries to avoid hitting an inverted Kenny King.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Announcers and officials prepare for the start of racing.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Gerard Beliveau spins.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Quebec, British, and American flags all fly. Notice you don't see the Canadian flag.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Brochu and Hodge lining up.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Cabana's car in the infield.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Gerard Major pulling into infield pits.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Sportsman cars mix it up

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Jean-Guy Chartrand leads a race.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
1961 NASCAR National Sportsman co - Champion DIck Nephew, at speed.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
A familiar Amateur class car - maybe Peter Bambrick.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Frank Hodge on the move.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Amateur field under caution on backstretch.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Chartrand, Hodge, and maybe Cabana.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Infield, with concession stand, ambulance, and wrecker.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
The kitty litter crew is busy.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Andre Manny's crewman by his car, holding Andre's helmet.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
One of the big wheels in the office has a smoke with wife or secretary.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
The pace car.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
A plain yellow sportsman coupe at speed.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
A sturdy looking catch fence in front of the stands.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Big wigs talk with the flagger.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

A sportsman field is under way.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Andre Manny leads the way

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Amateur action.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
This was one of the fasterst Amateur cars.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Amateur cars lining up.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Amateur cars lining up.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
A good looking Amateur car lining up.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Amateur cars trying to pile up.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Flagger down on the track

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
'55 Chevy Amateur car speeding up.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
A rare Ford sportsman coupe in the infield.


From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Amateur car 45 wins one.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Andre Manny and others hard at work.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Sportsman scrum in turns one and two.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
A miniature Miss Fury .

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Two UNK men with their hardware.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Gilles Brochu with a primered up B14.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Flagger acknowledges Cabana as race winner.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Infield pits concessionaire is busy.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Someone in the office with today's trophy.

From Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
One of the spectator concession stands.

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AUTODROME GRANBY / REBEL SPEEDWAY


                I had heard about a track in Granby, Quebec but I didn't think much about it as any connection to the town had to do with bringing students on field trips to the zoo there. I began to be more aware seeing New York and Vermont dirt modifieds hauling north, right past Catamount, heading to Grandy and Drummondville. Apparently, the track has a long history, falling at one point on hard times and being rescued by a group headed by long-time dirt mod star Robert Gatien. I have been there once; it is a very impressive venue. My emphasis will be on the earlier years.
Google Maps Photo Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Rebel Speedway / Autodrome Granby Photos


Source Unknown
An early Rebel Speedway car
 
HAMB Chat Site
A visit from the Vermont - based Clayton Ryan team with driver Dutch Reed [1965] .

 
From Yvon LaCroix
A car over the bank in 1961 .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
A bad wreck in 1961 .
 
360 Nitro Site
Guy LeClerc's late model in the 1960's .
 
Source Unknown
A win in the 1950's .
 
Amateur des Beauxchars Site
An earlier pace car .
 
From Bruno LaCroix
A LaBreche family entry  Probably Roger, Sr.
 
Source Unknown
Rejean Fields' car, in the mid 1960's. Might be mechanic G. Choiniere .


 
Source Autodrome Granby Collection
Pierre Metivier .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
Vermont's Vince Quenneville, Sr. 1969 .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
Frank Hodge, circa 1966 .
 
Source Unknown
Pierre LaFrance 1960's .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
Denis Belleville, 1970 .
 
Ladabouche Photo
Granby late models Keyworth George [lft] and Michel Garand 1980 .

 
rom Yvon LaCroix
Vermont's Vince Quenneville, Sr. with owner Roch LaVallee 1980's .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
An earlier aerial of the track .
 
From Linda Gravel
A 1970's pit shot .
 
From LaBreche Family
Roger LaBreche, Jr. 1970's .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
MIchel Gagnon, 1950's .

From Yvon LaCroix
Ed Foley, with another Clayton Ryan car. 1969 or 1970 .
 
 
From Yvon LaCroix
Frank Hodge, 1960's .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
Miss Stock Car - apparetnly a female driver. 1950's.
 
From Yvon LaCroix
 1970 ad .
Note the mention of Mustang Speedway.

 
From Linda Gravel
A 1966 late model lineup .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
It looks like Miss Stock Car missed. 1950 's.
  
From Yvon LaCroix
 Massena, NY's Dale Beaulieu [65A] in 1980's lineup.
 
From Yvon LaCroix
Ed Foley, with a Clayton Ryan win. 1969 or 1970 .
 
From Yvon LaCroix
Future Granby promoter Bob Gatien with his familiar 1950's dragon car .
 
From Linda Gravel
A 1970's  modified lineup .


From Paul Michaud
The infield at Rebel Speedway, 1970 .

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KEMPTON PARK SPEEDWAY


                What I know about Kempton Park can be put in a thimble. I noticed it when I was looking in a NASCAR record book for Fury Speedway. I see that many of the same drivers who were running Fury and Riverside, Laval were hitting Kempton Park; so, it must have run on a night other than the usual Saturday or Friday.  Looking back into the 1950's, articles suggest the track was a magnet for prominent northern Vermont racers such as Jackie Peterson. The track doesn't have an existing aerial photo or even a topographical map of its location.
Paul Pleau via Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

KEMPTON PARK PHOTOS


Christian Ti-Gaz Genest
Kempton Park 1951 ad.

Christian Ti-Gaz Genest
Kempton Park 1951 ad. Interesting mention of Wally LaBelle, a regular at New York tracks.

From Dan Ody's 8MM Old Speedways DVD's
Wally LaBelle, 1951 Fairmont Park Motor Speedway, Fair Haven, VT.
 
LaBreche Family Photo
Roger LaBreche, Sr.

Via Gerard Major
1951 ad.

 
Via Gerard Major
1952 article that mentions VT racer Jackie Peterson.


Via Gerard Major
1952  VT racer Jackie Peterson, at Sheldon, VT.
 
 
Via Gerard Major
1952 article that mentions VT racer Jackie Peterson and numerous other US drivers.

 
Hart Family Photo
Frank Hart [left].
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Rex Shattuck.

Gevry Family Photo
Gilles Brochu
[misnamed as Jules in article].

Via Pascal Cote
Gilles Dutilly
[misnamed as Jules in article].

Via Gerard Major
1953 article that mentions several Quebec racers.
 
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site
Early wreck photo in old newspaper.
 

Via Gary Nephew
Rejean Field.

Via Phil Gevry
Rene Boileau.

Via Phil Gevry
Emile Gevry
 
Via Pascal Cote
1953 Ad.


Via Suzanne LaHaie
and Louis Longtin

Jean-Paul Jutras. a later car.   

Norman McIver Portrait Via Cho Lee
Andre Manny,
1962 track champion


 
Via Pascal Cote
Dick Foley,
Points runner-up
1961 photo.
 
Norman McIver Portrait
 Via Cho Lee

Jean-Paul Cabana.
 
John Grady Photo
 Via
Dave Dykes
Jean - Guy Chartrand.
 
Bob Mackey Photo Via Mike Watts, Sr
Gilles Brochu.
 
Bob Mackey Photo Via Cho Lee
Dick Nephew.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via
Mike Watts, Sr
Marcel Godard.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via Cavalcade of Auto Racing

Ernie Reid.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via Cavalcade of Auto Racing

Harry Provost.

 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Dick Manning.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Mack Miller.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Bob Bruno.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Dick Manning.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Mack Miller.

 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Bob Bruno.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Dale Reid.
 
 
Via
Gerard Major
Albert Angel.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Charlie Trombley.
 
Bob Mackey Photo
Via John Rock

Harold Ormsby.

 
Moody Collection
Wes "Slugger" Moody. 

Bob Frazier Photo
Via Norm Vadnais

Charlie Draper.
 
  
LaPrairie Hist.
Scoiety Photo

This shot is from a story about the venue that starts out as Noel Speedway and ends as K Park. Not sure when JPC ran this car.


Via Gerard Major
Gaetan DiPietro. 1962. 
 
 
Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Roger LaBreche, Sr.

LaBreche Family Photo

Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Don Lorenzetti.

Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Unidentified driver of F1.

Via Pascal Cote
1967 ad that shows a rough - looking group of late models. Must be after the NASCAR sportsman era. 

 

Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Gilbert Cayer.

Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Unidentified Chrysler driver with a win.

Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Yvon Robert.
 
LaBreche Family Photo
We get a good view of the track as Roger LaBreche's 100 sits in the pits.

Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

George Charron seemed to run this rig in with the late models.

Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Canadian Hell Drivers at K Park.

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Paul Pleau Photo
Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Canadian Hell Drivers at K Park.

Pascal Cote's Stock Car Quebec Site

Jean - Claude Gilbault ran at K Park, but not with this car.
 

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