(PRWEB) August 05, 2013
After taking home the Sunoco Hard Charger award, the Optima Batteries Best Standing Start award, and the Grassroots Motorsports Magazine Grassroots to Glory award at the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix, the rookie team has been as equally grateful as they are determined to persevere in the GTS class of Pirelli World Challenge.
The team had made the decision to skip Limerock Park in order to give the crew enough time to make some significant modifications to the cars. Weight saving options such as Lexon glass and performance parts including custom stoptech brakes have our drivers feeling confident that these Fords will be very competitive this weekend’s Race.
Driver of the #52 Always Evolving Boss302S, Roger Rodas stated, "Were excited to be back after missing Limerock and continuing to make changes to the car. The track at Toronto is a tight but short track that we’ll see a lot of excitement from during the race. The cars felt good during practice with both drivers in the top ten and after working out some kinks, we hope to move up the field and qualify well into the top ten.”
Not discouraged by this being Always Evolving’s first international race, Driver Erik Davis, #75, has high hopes for Sunday’s race. Davis was quoted, “I'm pleased with the progress the team has made with respect to the cars engineering and set up. Skipping Limerock was a good decision for us to better prepare for Toronto. Today's practice session was good, given it was our first time on this track. I feel like we did very well. We're going to make some minor changes and aim for qualifying in a strong position for our race.”
We're committed to continuing to evolve the cars into making them competitive in this series and look forward to seeing further results of our crew’s astonishingly hard work, weight saving techniques and performance modifications.
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