After showing speed throughout practice and qualifying, Power To Go Motorsports was unable to get the result they wanted due to mechanical issues.
Jim Bowman would qualify the No. 63 Super Late Model in 12th, though gave up the starting position when the team decided to fix a lingering mechanical issue prior to the event.
Starting the 75-lap affair from the back, he looked poised to make up ground, but the familiar issues returned, resulting in Bowman backing into the wall and ending his day early.
The team will now focus on making the necessary repairs prior to their next outing.
Power To Go Motorsports is proud to be supported by Hanover Holidays, Re/Max Canada, Commerce associates Hall’s Heating and Cooling, Originals Sign and Graphics, and SST Motorsports.
The team welcomes fans to stay tuned to the team website at http://powertogo63.com.
Power To Go Motorsports is always looking for additional marketing partners for the upcoming season. If interested, do not hesitate to get in touch with Jim Bowman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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