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Guy Guibor And Benoit Juteau Land Top 10 Spots In NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series Division II Standings
Aug 2, 2006 - updated Aug 2nd, 2006 3:25pm
Web posted by Jeremy Davidson
Daytona Beach, Fla. --
For Immediate Release:Aug. 2, 2006
* Kosiski, Byrd, Riner continue to lead NDWS Division II standings
Two drivers - Guy Guibor, of Manteca, Calif., and Benoit Juteau, of Ste. Sophie, Quebec - made their way this week into the top 10 of the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series Division II standings.
For Juteau, who is sixth in the standings with 728 points, it marks a return. He was among the top ranked drivers in the division three weeks ago. Competing at Autodrome St. Eustache in Quebec, he has registered one win and 10 top-five finishes in 12 starts. Guibor, who moves to seventh in NDWS Division II standings, has taken the NASCAR points lead for the first time at his home track, Stockton 99 Speedway in Stockton, Calif. He has accumulated 724 points towards the NDWS Division III title - with two wins, eight top-five and 13 top-10 finishes.
Meanwhile, Joe Kosiski, Dave Byrd and Shane Riner continue to hold down the top four spots in the standings this week. Kosiski, of Omaha, Neb., holds first and second with 1,088 points. He is ranked twice in the standings by virtue of leading the NASCAR points at both facilities where he competes - I-80 Speedway at Nebraska Raceway Park and Adams County Speedway in Corning, Iowa. Byrd of Pacific Grove, Calif., is third in the division with 914 points. He has registered six wins and 15 top-five finishes this year - competing in at Altamont Motorsports Park near Tracy, Calif., and Stockton 99 Speedway. Riner of Guyton, Ga., retained fourth in the NDWS Division II standings this week with 820 points. He has recorded seven wins and 15 top-five finishes.
NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series
Division II Leaders as of Aug. 1 (best 16 points finishes)
Driver, Hometown, Home track, NDWS points
1. Joe Kosiski, Omaha, Neb., I-80 Speedway, 1,088 points
2. Joe Kosiski, Omaha, Neb., Adams County Speedway, 1,088
3. Dave Byrd, Pacific Grove, Calif., Altamont Motorsports Park, 914
4. Shane Riner, Guyton, Ga., Oglethorpe Speedway Park, 820
5. Stuart Ricks, Myrtle Beach, S.C., Myrtle Beach Speedway, 766
6. Benoit Juteau, Ste. Sophie, Quebec Autodrome St. Eustache, 728
7. Guy Guibor, Manteca, Calif., Stockton 99 Speedway, 724
8. John Blewett III, Howell, N.J., Wall Township, N.J., 690
9. Doug Manmiller, Wyomissing, Pa., Grandview Speedway, 650
10. Shane Brafford, Concord, N.C., Concord Motorsport Park, 644
11. Steven Gannon, Redding, Calif., Shasta Raceway Park, 506
12. Joe Aramendia, Schertz, Tex., San Antonio Speedway, 494
13. Greg Moir, Spruce Grove, Alberta, Edmonton InternationalRaceway, 494
14. Dean Weber, Weare, N.H., Lee USA Speedway, 412
15. Mike Leaty, Williamson, N.Y., Spencer Speedway, 382
New to the Top 15:
Benoit Juteau, Ste. Sophie, Quebec
Guy Guibor, Manteca, Calif.
Dropped out of the Top 15:
Jean Francois Bouvrette, St. Jerome, Quebec
Pete Anderson Jr., Stockton, Calif.
For more information, contact:
Jeremy Davidson, NASCAR Public Relations, (386) 681-4173 or