Treyten Lapcevich

Treyten Lapcevich

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Birthdate: April 6, 2004
Resides: Grimsby, ON
Height: 5’9”
Hobbies: iRacing, Snowboarding

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Many may know Treyten’s older brother, NASCAR Pinty’s Champion  Cayden Lapcevich.

Not to be outdone by his older brother, Cayden, Treyten wasted no time getting to the winner’s circle when given his first opportunity in a quarter midget.

Smooth and fast behind the wheel, Treyten does not let the pressure of being ‘Cayden Lapcevich’s little brother’ get to him. He’s carved his own path and set his own records. As a personable teenager, Treyten has become one of Canada’s most popular racers wherever he goes. In three APC United Late Model Series seasons, Treyten has solidified himself as a championship contender.

Achievements and Career Statistics

2020
– 2nd in NASCAR Pinty’s Series Debut with 22 Racing
– 2 NASCAR Pinty’s Top-fives in Two Starts – 1 top-3
– 2 APC United Late Model Series top-fives

2019
– 3rd in APC Championship Points
– 6 top-fives, 3 top-three’s
– Pole at Flamboro Speedway
– Qualified 13th of 68 late models at Jukasa Short Track Nationals
– Flamboro ‘Frostoborfest’ Champion and Winner

2018
– 7 top-tens in 9 APC races, 4 top-fives
– 1 Pole and Track Record at Peterborough
– 5th in Championship Points
– Winner at Flamboro’s ‘Frostoberfest’
– Spring Velocity 250 Winner and Pole
– Pole at Flamboro’s Short Track Nationals

2017
– APC Series Rookie of the Year
– Winner and Fast Time at Flamboro’s ‘Frostoberfest’
– 2017 Autumn Colours Classic Champion, Youngest Ever

2016
– Sunset Speedway Super Stock Rookie of the Year
– Two Feature Wins at Sunset

2015
– Stock Car Debut at Age 11
– 4 Feature Wins at Sunset Speedway
– Sunset Speedway Mighty Mini Champion and Rookie of the Year
– Youngest Sunset Speedway Champion

2009 – 2014
– Started racing quarter midgets at 4 ½
– Tri-City World Formula Champion
– 4 USAC National Wins
– 4 QMA National Grands Wins
– First Driver in 60 Years to Win all Heats and Features at Columbus Indoors for a single season
– 26 Columbus Indoor Victories
– Countless Regional and Club Victories, Fast Time Awards and Track Records Across the USA

 

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