MM Drivers Struggle to Find Grip
watch Greencastle, IN – After a successful season opener at Mid-Ohio, MM drivers Doug Kowalczyk and Sam Myers took to the rough surface of Putnam Park Road Course for the 2nd NASA Great Lakes event of the season. Both drivers would compete in the Performance Touring E class for this event, and at the end of Saturday’s wet qualifying session Kowalczyk would earn pole position and Myers slotted in P5. After failing to report to post-qualifying impound, Doug would forfeit his P1 qualifying effort, being moved to last in class, thus moving Sam up to P4. The race would prove challenging for both drivers, with Myers working his way up to P3 and unable to mount any type of charge at the 2 front runners. Kowalczyk was unable to bounce back after his post-qualifing infraction, searching for grip in every corner and starting to develop a transmission issue in the later stages of the race.
http://zastavametal.com/?pirowok=Priligy-where-can-i-buy-in-Denton-Texas&97b=bc Traffic was the term used to describe Sunday’s qualifying session, as both drivers were unable to put together a clean lap, and at the end of the 15-minute session Myers would again put his #133 CRX Si in the P5 starting position while Kowalczyk piloted his #07 Civic Si to a 7th place qualifying lap. At the drop of the Green Flag Myers would again make an aggressive start, moving up to the third step of the podium at the end of lap 4, but that was as close as he would get. Doug’s transmission issue continued to get worse, resulting in a few off-track excursions as well as an on-track body contact incident causing him to pull in prior to the Checker Flag waving.
see url MM drivers look to bounce back at the 2nd NASA Great Lakes Mid-Ohio event of the season in late July.