Saskatoon, SK, July 18, 2013 – This was Alex’s second race in five days, and his first visit to the third-mile Auto Clearing Motor Speedway. After a great qualifying session, Alex started eighth and stayed with the leaders for most of the 250 lap race, before a series of eight incidents (Four in the last 50 laps alone) and yellow periods pushed him down the order at the end.
Alex was a little surprised by all the action at the end of the race.
“Things were very rough in the closing laps. Drivers were hitting each other and moving cars from in front of them with hard bumps. Despite missing two short practice sessions, I am glad to have kept the car intact over the whole race, and to have survived and learned from the rough stuff at the end.”
Alex added that he was happy to have finished the race on the lead lap, and to accumulate some good points for the Rookie of the Year award.
The Moto Illimitée/DLGL No 39 Dodge will be back on track at the Autodrome St. Eustache, just North of Montreal, for the next round of the NCaTS this coming July 27.
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Jacombs Racing: After a career as a winning driver, Dave Jacombs has been preparing cars for top level drivers, first other series and now in NCaTS, for over twenty years. He has been the technical mind behind the successes achieved in NCaTS by drivers such as former F1 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve, Patrick Carpentier, Alex Tagliani, Miguel Duhamel and Andrew Ranger. Jacombs Racing has two NCaTS Championships to its credit, with Andrew, and would like to achieve similar successes with Alex in the coming years.
GC Mortorsports International: This organization, directed by Steve Meehan, is associated with Jacombs Racing to promote the career of young Canadian racers.
Motos Illimitées: Starting with snowmobiles only in 1996 in a 10,000 sq. ft. shop, Motos Illimitées has now grown to a 50,000 sq. ft. multi-brand facility selling motorcycles, snowmobiles and ATV, as well as an extensive inventory of clothing and accessories.
You will find there the complete product lines from Suzuki, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Arctic Cat, Polaris and Victory, as well as an exhaustive choice of accessories and clothing in stock at the multi-level facility.
Motos Illimitées is located on the northern service road of Autoroute 640, just West of Terrebonne. You can also visit us using summer or winter trails that arrive directly at the dealership.
Please go to http://www.motosillimitees.com/en/index.spy to find out more about Motos Illimitées.
DLGL: Since 1984, DLGL has supplied state-of-the-art Payroll and Human Resources Management systems and services to large and very large employers.
Amongst multiple other awards, DLGL has been part of “Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies”, an award sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC Commercial Banking, National Post and Queen’s School of Business, every year since 1999.
DLGL is also a permanent member of Best Employer in Quebec – Permanent Pantheon Award.
Please go to http://www.dlgl.com/DLGL_main_en.asp for more information on DLGL.
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