“I can’t wait to get back behind the wheel of the modified. Its been a while since I’ve raced one on a regular basis,” Adam Turner said. “Picking up some big wins with the Late Model over the last few years gave me an extra shot of confidence and I think the team and I have put together a very solid program as we head into the new season.”
Even though he has yet to win a season championship, Turner – who has a daughter, stepdaughter and niece who have raced with the Thursday Night Kiwanis Kart Klub at Brighton Speedway – has never lost touch with the reason he got into the sport to start with. He races for fun and for the love of the sport. The Prince Edward County speedster often travels to the track with his family and has several life-long friends – including Robert Pounder, Jeffrey Holmes, Will McIntyre and his father – helping to get the #92 ATR Bicknell Racing Products machine ready for action at the speedway and in the shop.
With the 2018 season opener just around the corner, Adam Turner has confirmed that he’ll focus his attention the Saturday night shows at Brockville Ontario Speedway, while also making selected Friday starts across the border at Can Am Speedway or Mohawk International Raceway, with occasional Sunday night special events at Cornwall Motor Speedway.
“Like everyone else in the pit area, I’d like to run every event on the schedule,” Turner admitted. “We have a calendar in the shop with some of the year’s biggest dates marked on it but doing what I want to do and what I’m able to do aren’t always the same thing. I have to work to support my family, but I’ll be chasing my first career Small Block Modified win wherever we can throughout the year.”
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Prepared by: Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media