Bryan Cathcart and the #71 Cathcart Racing team have turned the car around and are set to return to action this weekend at Eastbound International Speedway located in Avondale, Newfoundland. This will be round four of the NASCAR Pinty’s Series and Cathcart’s first visit to this exciting track.
Cathcart will be in on all the anticipation and excitement surrounding the series’ first ever trip to the east coast for the Pro-Line 225 Presented by QwickWick. The #71 Cathcart racing team has worked incredibly hard to get the racing veterans ride back in shape since the last race at Chaudière and they are ready to take on the 3/8-mile oval.
So far this season racing has been fun, exciting and very competitive with large fields that can sometimes make things challenging. This is nothing Cathcart isn’t up for, and he is ready to experience this Speedway.
Be sure to catch Bryan with his family at the pit-party Friday night and pre-race concert before the green flag drops on Saturday!
“It’s pretty cool to be part of a first-time event. We’re going to make a family trip out of it and spend some extra time out East. I have to give some extra credit to the crew for working so hard and getting the car turned around and ready after the last race. It’s a long journey to Newfoundland and this whole group put in a lot of effort. I can’t wait to get into the #71 and run some laps to get a feel for the place. I think we’ll be pretty competitive.” -Bryan Cathcart, Driver #71 Dodge
Weekend Race Event Preview
Saturday June 25th Green Flag approximately 4:30PM NDT / 3PM ET
Pro-Line 225 presented by QwickWick
Race four of 13 in 2022
This is the first NASCAR Pinty’s Series race at Eastbound International Speedway
The Track: 3/8-mile, banked, paved oval
Best finish: First time event
TV & Live Streaming
All races will be streamed live on TSN.ca and the TSN app in Canada and through FloRacing in the United States. The race will also be broadcast on TSN and RDS2, date & time TBD.
The 2022 NASCAR Pinty’s Series will consist of 13 total races in five provinces with a mixture of oval tracks, road and street courses.
Prepared by, Todd Lewis and TL Sports & Entertainment
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