This release prepared by Todd Lewis, TL Sports & Entertainment
September 1, 2005. Bryan Cathcart and the Meyers Transport/Peterborough Homes/Parkview Homes Dodge team headed to Cayuga Speedway for round eleven of the CASCAR Super Series schedule in good spirits seeking another good finish as reward for their hard work.
Difficulties began for the Meyers Transport/Peterborough Homes/Parkview Homes Dodge team during practice and gear changes were needed. This put the team behind the eight ball and Cathcart was forced to start the 200 lap event in 20th spot.
Early on the handling of the Meyers Transport/Peterborough Homes/Parkview Homes Dodge was less than idea. As the caution flag waved the team called Bryan in for service and adjustments the car improved. “After the stop and the great work my guys did the car was definitely better” said Cathcart. “We were able to run a much better pace after that”.
Handling however is only one part of the puzzle, and the team didn’t have all the horsepower they would like and would eventually fall off the lead lap. “The motor didn’t seem to be the strongest” said Cathcart ‘and that just makes me even more proud of the work the team did today. We still picked up a bunch of spots during the race.
Bryan Cathcart and the Meyers Transport/Peterborough Homes/Parkview Homes Dodge would gain a total of six positions during the race for a14th oval finish.
Bryan Cathcart and the Meyers Transport/Peterborough Homes/Parkview Homes Dodge return to another home track, Kawartha Downs for the final race of the season. The Dodge Ram Tough 250 takes place at 2:30PM on Sunday September 18th.
The CASCAR Super Series is the only National Touring Series of Stock Car Racing in Canada. All CASCAR Super Series Races can be seen on Rogers Sportsnet and SPEED TV. For more information and to follow the progress of Bryan Cathcart and the CASCAR Super Series log onto http://www.cascar.ca/.
SPECIAL NOTE: Bryan Cathcart and Cathcart Trucking have loaded two of their transport trucks with donations and will be delivering the items this week to those affected along the Gulf Coast by Hurricane Katrina. “The people of Peterborough went through a terrible flood last year and know about some of the hardships the folks in the south are facing, we just wanted to help out and get these items to people that really need them” said Cathcart.