Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

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Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by Ceej on Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:16 pm



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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by gwoodard41 on Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:49 pm

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Sakura Motoko extremely apologetic with behavior with Matthews about incident at Peoria

"I am really sorry for my behavior out there, we were running great and seemed to be a magnet for wrecks today. I am sorry to Tiffany-San for what I did going into the pit lane." Sakura would finish in the top 10, albeit with a missing hood and dented up sides and rear.

Motoko the second TIM driver to win Mosport for their first race there, ecstatic of dominating the race.

"I can't believe I won! The team really set up our cars for this track." Sakura referring to the ARLA race, where Woodard won after a slip and slide contest. "I feel bad for Davison and Matthews, they were caught up incidents of someone else's doing."
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by Tanrar on Thu Jul 05, 2012 3:04 pm

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Harris FURIOUS after being wrecked in Peoria
"I don't get it, I mean, these clowns are trying to get to the highest level of Racing, but half of them drive like they have their heads up their asses! I really think that we need to see some shaping up with these drivers. And by the way (Lang Chung) Kun, good job. You made a complete ass of yourself. Hope you're happy." Said Harris, who promptly stormed back to the #79 hauler.

Harris manages to snap bad luck streak at Mosport
"Geez, this is a breath of fresh air to be here with a race car that hasn't been turned by someone driving like they have NO common sense. I mean, our Cash America Bolden was great today. I think we'll get that first win somewhere down the line, but getting a Top 5 is a victory itself." An ecstatic Archer Harris said, after a much tamer race at Mosport.
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by BWard on Thu Jul 05, 2012 3:22 pm

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Davison apologises for causing avoidable collisions at Peoria

James Davison did not enjoy his race at Peoria. In fact he was very apologetic to his fellow competitors for his rather careless driving, "I deeply apologise for the wrecks I caused today. I guess I felt that I was racing do hard to make up positions on the track and I guess I was racing far too hard."

Davison furious at Lareau after being taken out of great run at Mosport

James Davison was incredibly furious with Brandon Lareau after being taken out of a good position in the Mosport Race. After Lareau's car broke down he did not appear to be paying any attention at all to what he was doing and merges on the track right in front of the 29 car, wrecking him out of the race, "I can't believe this happened to me," he said, "I mean my decision to stay out on the first round of pit stops would help me get good finish considering where I qualified, but I never got the chance to show for it because of some dumbass driving from that 33 car."
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by Cynon on Thu Jul 05, 2012 4:17 pm

Penalties from Peoria:

Car #18 - Ryan Griffin - Great Lakes Motorsports:
- 15 points for causing an avoidable collision.

Car #29 - James Davison - Interdrain Motorsports:
- 30 points for causing multiple avoidable collisions.

Car #40 - Sakura Motoko - Terra International Motorsports:
- 30 points for causing an avoidable collision under yellow flags.

Car #54 - Daxter Hamlett - Wolfesport:
- 30 points for causing multiple avoidable collisions.

Penalties from Mosport:

Car #33 - Brandon Lareau - Afterburner Motorsports:
- 30 points for causing a dangerous avoidable collision.

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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by gwoodard41 on Thu Jul 05, 2012 4:28 pm

Sakura Motoko accepts the penalties, and moves on without much of a fuss.

"I'm already in trouble with the Boss, I don't want to cause more trouble for myself."
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by BBoy on Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:09 pm

Lareau "not making excuses" for Mosport incident

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When Brandon Lareau was interviewed for his controversial incident with James Davison, Lareau said "I'm not going to make excuses, I'm not going to bitch or moan about the incident, I'm sorry about what I did to Davison and I want move ahead of this as soon as possible."
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by Dan Mackay on Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:40 pm

I think Lareau was too busy repeating himself instead of paying attention to what was around him Razz
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by day500champ1 on Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:59 pm

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Griffin accepts penalty after rough day at Peoria

For Ryan Griffin, the TM Lights race at Peoria was a race to be forgotten. The 21-year old Lights rookie struggled the entire day and was involved in a couple of incidents. He also proved to be a problem for the leaders a couple of points throughout the day. Afterword, Griffin spoke about his day and the penalty.

"Honestly, I'm embarrassed right now. We got damage in that crash between Blood and the #6. I think it damaged something inside the engine because the car was never up to speed after that. I want to apologize to the cars I held up, but I was just trying to bring the car to the finish."

As far as the penalty:
"I understand. We won't fight it moving forward. I just have to be more careful if we find ourselves in this situation again. Also I would like to congratulate my teammate on his 2nd place finish."


Griffin livid after lap 1 crash with Lang Chong Kun

After the dismal run at Peoria, Ryan Griffin came into Mosport with the hope of redeeming himself. However, this was not to be the case. On Lap 1, Lang Chong Kun spun Griffin into the wall going into the final corner. After the crash, the onboard camera showed Griffin throwing his steering wheel on the dash in anger. But, he wasn't done there.

After exiting the infield center, Griffin went down to the #6 pit stall and voiced his displeasure to Kun's crew chief. Afterword, Griffin said this to reporters:
"I'm ok. I don't know what the [expletive] idiot was doing out there. He tried to wreck me coming out of the right hander and finally did in going into the left hander before the last corner. I understand he's upset after getting taken out by the #29 at Peoria. But you have to be a complete [expletive] [expletive] moron to take someone out on the first lap. I know one thing I'll be waiting for him by his hauler."

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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by bartman97 on Thu Jul 05, 2012 8:05 pm

Spoiler:
Ferguson 2 disappointing races at Peoria and Mosport have massive impact on championship bid

After Peoria:
"We had good pit strategy and the yellow came out for some idiot hitting the wall. We could of won but oh well."

After Mosport:
"The guy behind me could have let off, I was 2 inches off the racing line. Then I get turned off the track and get wrecked by some slanty eyed idiot. He should have went to a optometrist.
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by RyanB06 on Thu Jul 05, 2012 9:25 pm

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Matthews breaks through big at Peoria:
If there was ever a time for a bright spot in a thus far horrible season, for Tiffany Matthews, this was it.

A stellar qualifying effort landed her on the pole for the TM Lights Round of Peoria, and though her race was marred by (surprise!) an incident not of her doing, she still managed to come home in 7th place, good enough for not only her first top-10 finish but also her first points of the season.

"Finally!" she said. "I knew we had a good car after qualifying, but I was really surprised at how well it handled in race trim. I'm elated we got a good finish and more importantly, points, but I feel like we should've gotten more."

She was referring to her incident with the No. 40 of Sakura Motoko, in which Motoko pushed up into Matthews exiting the pit lane and nearly put her car in the wall.

"I don't know what that was about," she said. "I guess I did something in practice she didn't agree with or something. So she felt she needed to do what she did. Sakura did apologize to me after the race, and I accept it, but geez, the Timmies have a penchant for hiring those kind of drivers, don't they? I just hope the officials throw the book at her for that, because what she did has no place in racing."

Not again: Matthews DNF's at Mosport
Looking to build on her strong finish at Peoria, Tiffany Matthews took to the road course at Mosport - the second of her two races as she finished 14th in the ARLA race earlier in the day.

However, it wasn't meant to be, as she and Peoria winner Martin Beltano, Jr. got together with both cars going into the tire wall and out of the race early.

"Well, I guess the racing gods didn't like me doing well last time out," she said sarcastically. "I guess it just wasn't my day...like most of them have been when I step into one of these cars. Oh well, off to the next race, I guess."
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Re: Races 5 & 6: Peoria & Mosport

Post by RealRacer4 on Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:23 am

Cummings Scores First Points Finish in TM Lights Career

Despite being involved in multiple wrecks and finishing 2 laps down, Joseph Cummings finishes in the top 20 to score his first points of his TM Lights career.

"I don't care how bad my car got badly damaged in the race, how we finished, and me finishing 2 laps down. All I care about right now is that we finally scored some points," Cummings said, rather exhausted. "My entire NCC Motorsports Team and I worked our butts off in that whole race to get to where we did and I'm proud of everyone on my team."

The theme for Cummings' season has been plagued by bad luck throughout the season as he has gotten involved in wrecks that wasn't his own doing. He hopes this is the race where his luck will turn around.

Cummings Finally Manages to Stay Out of Wrecks and Scores his First Top 15 Finish

Despite Joseph Cummings having no experience on road courses coming into the TM Lights season, he managed to surprise himself by finishing inside the top 15 in what was only his second road course race in his racing career. For once, he was also able to stay out of all of the wrecks and keep the car in one piece.

"Wow. Out of all of the tracks, I actually got my first top 15 finish on a road course," Cummings said, ecstatically. "I can't thank my assistant coach [Jeff Smith, a former road course racer] enough for giving me a bunch of pointers on how to drive around on a road course and it has certainly paid off."

Without a doubt, this is a big confidence boost for Cummings, as he managed to score points for the second straight race. The next round coming up will be at Portland, another road course, where Cummings hope to continue his good streak of points finishes.

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