Rocketsports Kicks Off The Second Half Of 2004 in Trois Rivieres LANSING, Mich. (July 30, 2004) --. Four --time Motorock Trans-Am Series Champion, Tommy Kendall, returns to Trois Rivi& ...
Rocketsports Kicks Off The Second Half Of 2004 in Trois Rivieres
LANSING, Mich. (July 30, 2004) --. Four --time Motorock Trans-Am Series Champion, Tommy Kendall, returns to Trois Riviėres looking for his fourth win on the 1.506 mile temporary street circuit driving the No. 11 R Performance Jaguar XKR. Three-time series champion, Paul Gentilozzi, won back-to-back events from the pole in 1998 and 1999. Gentilozzi aims for his fourth win of the season while in Quebec for the Le Grand Prix De Trois Rivieres. Tomy Drissi, driver of the No.5 Taxi -- The Movie Jaguar XKR, attempts to return to the podium with his first win of 2004.
Le Grand Prix de Trois Riviès Notes & Quotes
Tommy Kendall - Driver, No. 11 Jaguar R Performance XKR
RECORD: Kendall holds the qualifying record of 86.455 mph (1:02.710) on the current configuration.
"I'm looking forward to returning to Trois Rivières for a few reasons; it's the next race and I am really enjoying myself this year, I've been very successful here with three wins and I'll be able to mix it up with Fellows again."
Tomy Drissi -- Driver, No. 5 Taxi -- The Movie Jaguar XKR
"The fans in Trois Rivières really get into the racing and treat us well, it's a great track and we ran well here in 2003. I love the town and I'm looking forward the race weekend. I learned a lot in Toronto so anything less than a win will be disappointing for me."
Paul Gentilozzi -- Driver, No. 3 Jaguar R Performance XKR
"The fans in Trois Rivières have always been great, and the city is fantastic. We have been very competitive here, we've never started or finished outside of the top-10 and I am looking to continue that streak."
LE GRAND PRIX DE TRIOS RIVIERES Race Facts:
Length: 66 laps
Start Time: 3:45 pm Eastern August 1, 2004