PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — While B-Fee Motorsports entered Peterborough Speedway, hopeful for a strong run, the night did not go as planned due to mechanical issues.
Through practice and the qualifiers, Brandon Feeney battled electrical issues, which carried into the feature. Combined with the upper control arm coming off around the halfway mark, he was credited with a 17th-place finish.
Despite the setback, the team remains confident as they had the car set-up through the corners than at Flamboro Speedway the previous event, and recall they started off the season with a 10th-place finish.
“I feel like Flamboro was a solid start for us as we didn’t get into any trouble and the car came out in one piece,” crew chief Bailey Brown reflected. “We had a few minor issues but with the help of Sean, we were able to make those adjustments to get the car to where we needed it for the night.”
With experience at the helm in Brown’s previous Legend experience behind the wheel, she says the goals for herself and driver Feeney this season are having fun while learning.
“Seat time is the best thing for a new driver in this series,” she commented. “Learning these cars over night is next to impossible, believe me I’ve tried haha. But with the help and support of all the drivers in this series and myself I would like to see the 38 liquid moly car be in the top 10 in the upcoming races.”
Feeney will get another chance behind the wheel this coming weekend with a return trip to Peterborough Speedway on September 26.
B-Fee Motorsports is proud to be supported by Liqui Moly Canada, Pioneer Plumbing, Auto Tires and Saftie, K1 Graphics, Signworks, Platinum RV Sales n Service, Matco Cools by Chris Vesters, Boundy Roofing, and RPM Race Parts.
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