Scott talks Montreal "While I've never been to Montreal, I had never been at Road America or Watkins Glen before my starts there either. I'm going to spend some time on the simulator like I did before the other two races and just work on...
Scott talks Montreal
"While I've never been to Montreal, I had never been at Road America or Watkins Glen before my starts there either. I'm going to spend some time on the simulator like I did before the other two races and just work on learning the track the best I can in our practice time. I've learned a lot in those two events about road course racing and what it takes to get up front. More importantly, we need to stay up front. Montreal is a pretty tight course so it's going to be very important to stay out of trouble and use a lot of give and take."
Scott on lucky No. 13
"I can't believe we finished 13th in both road course races. That's a pretty cool statistic. It's even more eerie that the chassis number is 13 backwards, BR31. It's certainly not planned, but I've always liked looking at statistics and trends. That shows me that the AccuDoc Solutions team gives me good road course cars and that while I'm not a road course veteran, I can still hold my own out there with them. These races are always filled with the who's-who of road course aces and it's definitely helped me hone my own skills and come home with a decent 13th- place finish. Hopefully we can improve on those 13's at Montreal."
The No. 11 AccuDoc Solutions team is bringing chassis No. BR31 for this weekend's NAPA Auto Parts 200. Scott piloted BR31 to both his 13th-place finishes at Road America and Watkins Glen.
-source: braun racing