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  • For 2018, Williams took over the majority of the races in the No. 90 and served as crew chief for drivers of the 90 like Donald Theetge and Andy Lally most weekends when he was not in the seat.Josh Williams (racing driver)-Wikipedia
  • In 2009, Laperle lost the ACT Castrol series championship by one point to twice champion Donald Theetge in a controversial final race that in which Theetge was involved in a crash and also Laperle go a lap down because of a flat tire and receiving a one lap penalty for a pit infraction.American Canadian Tour-Wikipedia
  • He currently fields the No. 18 Chevrolet Camaro full-time for Alex Tagliani, the No. 22 Camaro full-time for Marc-Antoine Camirand, and the No. 24 Camaro full-time for Donald Theetge.Scott Steckly-Wikipedia

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