Kerry Micks Cayuga race notes

Micks takes tenth in new NASCAR series Veteran dropped back from lead after race collision NELLES CORNERS, ONTARIO -- Driving the Beyond Digital Imaging Ford Taurus, Kerry Micks finished tenth in Cayuga Speedway's Dodge Dealers 200 Saturday...

Micks takes tenth in new NASCAR series
Veteran dropped back from lead after race collision

NELLES CORNERS, ONTARIO -- Driving the Beyond Digital Imaging Ford Taurus, Kerry Micks finished tenth in Cayuga Speedway's Dodge Dealers 200 Saturday night, the inaugural race in the new NASCAR Canadian Tire Series.

Micks It was not the finish Micks was hoping for, especially after leading in the race.

"We worked our way into the lead by the halfway point in the race before getting turned around," said the disappointed stock car racing veteran after the 200-lap race. "That led into a chain reaction of bumps and bruises that sent us flying into the infield."

Micks, the 46-year old driver from Mt. Albert, Ontario started the race in ninth position and worked his way to the lead by the halfway point in the race.

"I got into Jeff Lapcevich during the race, which I'm sorry about," explained Micks. "It was a misjudgement on my part and I certainly did not mean to take him out."

"We have a primary sponsorship agreement with Beyond Digital Imaging for the first three events of the season," added Micks. BDI is Canada's leading digital printing company an official partner and licensee of NASCAR in Canada. "It takes a considerable amount of financing to field one of these race teams. When we secure a sponsor for the rest of the series I'm confident we can take them to the winner's circle."

-credit: mm

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Series NASCAR Canada
Drivers Kerry Micks , Jeff Lapcevich