NCAT: Weathertech Signs Two-Year Extension with L.P. Dumoulin

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 L.P. Dumoulin and King Autosport announced on Wednesday, December 17th that they have signed a two-year contract extension with Weathertech Canada.

“WeatherTech Canada is very proud of our association with Dumoulin Competition and LP Dumoulin,” Tony Page and Joe Magri, co-owners of WeatherTech Canada, said. “When we started discussing next season, we all felt it would make sense to extend the agreement for two seasons. With the paperwork out of the way, the race team can move forward to improve, as they will be looking to defend their title against a competitive and aggressive field in Canadian NASCAR.”

This past season, Dumoulin had a stellar season as he won the 2014 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Championship with two wins, nine top-fives and 11 top-10s in the 11 races.

“After only three full seasons, we won the championship,” Dumoulin commented. “WeatherTech Canada has been our major partner for three years, and we now sign this agreement for two additional years with them. It’s an incredible feeling that demonstrates the good performance of our logistics team at Dumoulin Compétition, as well as the fantastic work of our prep team, King Autosport. WeatherTech Canada has seen the entrepreneurial advantages in sponsoring the team and it’s a win-win situation for both parties. It’s up to us to demonstrate once again that it was the right decision.”

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