Trois-Rivieres: Pacific Coast Motorsports Saturday report

Trois Rivieres Challenges Result in Disappointing Qualifying Results for PCM Drivers CARL SKERLONG, ...

Trois Rivieres Challenges Result in Disappointing Qualifying Results for PCM Drivers

CARL SKERLONG, #14 King Taco/Mazda/Swift/Cooper Tires

Carl on qualifying: "The last two days have been a little frustrating for me. I've been quick in both practice sessions, finishing in the top three, but I haven't been able to get the same results in qualifying. Today was about finding track position, but unfortunately we were not able to get a gap and qualified in traffic. I'll have a lot of work to do in the King Taco car in tomorrow's race to get back up front, but the guys have continued to give me a good car all season, so I'm hoping for positive results."

Frankie Muniz #41 PCM/Mazda/Swift/Cooper Tires

Frankie on qualifying: "I've been struggling all weekend. This is a really difficult track to drive on, and I haven't been able to find the right mentality to conquer it yet. You've got to be really competitive out there and fight for position. I'm slowly getting there, but I just didn't have enough today. Tomorrow is going to be a long and tricky race, but hopefully other people will make some mistakes, and I can drive clean; then I can gain positions and championship points. I want to thank the guys for all the effort they've put into this weekend, and I'm hoping for a good day tomorrow."

-credit: pcm

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Series Atlantic
Drivers Frankie Muniz