Enerlog Systems Inc driver Tim Hauraney drove to a second and fourth place finish respectively in the Toyota Atlantic Championship races held at Portland International Raceway. Hauraney qualified 14th in the overall field and 4th in C2 class for Saturday's race. For Sunday's race Hauraney qualified 19th and last in C2 class.

"Our qualifying went well, on Sunday I could have been on pole for the C2 class but I spun on my hot lap and brought out a red flag, so I lost my fastest lap."

In Saturday's race Hauraney made up two positions in class and finished the day 2nd in class and 12th overall.

Sundays race saw Hauraney make up seven positions to finish 4th in class and 12th overall.

"It was a great weekend for the team and me. I was a little disappointed by our finish on Sunday I thought we could have had a win, but I messed up in qualifying and we paid the price. My hat goes off to the team; they worked very hard all weekend long and gave me a very fast car. I would also like to thank Enerlog Systems Inc. for their support as well. All in all it was a great weekend, and I am very happy with the results."

Condor Motorsports will move onto Cleveland for rounds 5 and 6 of the Toyota Atlantic Championship, and Hauraney join up with them in Toronto for the Molson Indy on July 8th, 9th, and 10th.

Rounds 3 and 4 of the Toyota Atlantic Championship will be aired on SPEED Channel Saturday June 25. Round 3 will air at 2:00PM and round 4 will be aired at 3:00PM.

For more information on Tim Hauraney or the Toyota Atlantic Championship please visit www.toyotaatlantic.com

For more information on Enerlog Systems Inc. or Condor Motorsports please visit www.enerlogsystems.com , or www.condormotorsports.com