This release prepared by Todd Lewis, TL Sports & Entertainment
September 11, 2005. The #42 LE Walker Transport Chevrolet team had worked hard all season and finally thought they had put all their mechanical troubles behind them following a much improved effort in the last CASCAR Super Series race. Unfortunately there was more trouble ahead for the team at Cayuga Speedway and round eleven of the CASCAR Super Series.
Through the afternoon practice and qualifying sessions the LE Walker Chevrolet was never really able to get up to speed and would start the 200 lap race from the 23rd position. “When you start that far back you’re just asking for trouble” said Mid America Racing team president Dave Didero. “So much is going on in front of and behind you that it’s tough to get anything going.
The LE Walker Chevrolet team has worked as hard as any of the CASCAR competitors this season but unfortunately hasn’t been rewarded for the enormous number of hours they’ve put into working on race cars, and unfortunately have had the difficulties of other competitors affect the outcome of their race on occasion. Once again at Cayuga the team battled troubles much of the night and was only able to complete about half the scheduled laps and were classified 24th.
“I don’t want to say that I’ll be happy when the season’s over but I will be pleased when we put this stuff behind us” said Didero. “I can tell you that we’ll have the LE Walker car prepped and ready to go again for the final race of the season. We’ve had more than our share of bad luck and we’ll take some good luck for this one”.
The CASCAR Super Series season concludes on Sunday September 18th at Kawartha Down. The 250 lap feature event takes place at 2:30PM in Ontario’s Cottage Country.
For more information on Mid America Motorsports and the CASCAR Super series log onto http://www.cascar.ca/ and watch all of the races on Rogers Sportsnet.