April 18, 2010 by Post Team
Menards:Justin (Texas) (April 18, 2010) – - ARCA Racing Series (ARS) Patrick Sheltra veteran Cascabel was busy Friday night, 150, consisting of 60 wings of their services, and recycling Rings Buffalo Toyota Camry may pass more cars than anyone other contestant in the state of Texas Motor Speedway (TMS). However, the Indiantown, Florida and the mother is able to rally back from a career in the early heating your place and the fourth consecutive top-10 finishes this season with seventh place in the race fourth exit for the 2010 season. Sheltra led the team of John Wolf Sheltra Motorsports returned to the circuit of 1.5 miles following a rewarding experience in the last month. The] Mooresville, North Carolina, a team of fine tuning ofToyota Sheltra Camry and hoped to send a first victory in motorcycle racing. The first, and it seems very likely opportunities.
In fact, on the afternoon of Thursday, Sheltra quickly deployed on lap 10 of the top faster. Equipment to improve management of its auto units Grace Sheltra and before the conclusion of the exercise machine fired rockets at the fifth-best total. Electrified with the results in practice, Sheltra was dying to qualify in the hope of nailing the first ever ARCA pole.
Can dreams be affected when Mother Nature Sheltra, rewind, and attacked the Texas Motor Speedway with rain forcing Series races ARCA RE / MAX Menards Menards officials to cancel qualifying Polo by Ansell, which means Sheltra will TMS its first center in the ninth, and was scheduled according to the area last year (2009) point of ARCA.
“I am very disappointed that they could enjoy,” said Sheltra, for four years ARCA Pro “John (Wolf) and the kids in my hot rod, and this move, Toyota and not show everything we have in practice. I just really had a shot at the post. I guess I do not know by now, we need only turn our attention now focuses on race. ”
Rattlesnakes in early 150, Sheltra wasted no time to move the field. Before the end of the first round and capable of leaving Sheltra Tim George Jr., and Brian Silas before he stopped by caution in advance.
On the restart, Sheltra moved on and found himself approaching the top five on lap 13 when the day the team took a dramatic turn. Before Sheltra, and No. 25 Kyle Mickey and No. 16 Joey Coulter was fighting side by side. Kyle broke his machine for motorsport Venturini loose and slid into the rear of No. 16 Coulter. Cars turn directly in front of Sheltra to the difficulty in obtaining 23-year-olds in the folders only to invest behind Steve Arpin.
After spinning, Sheltra and Toyota is the first to leave the scene with minimal damage to your machine in green and orange. The damage was enormous, but it does not happen in the vicinity of the most important areas for] race cars [. Keep quick action by the Sheltra Motorsports team have been affected by the No. 60-lead lap, but Sheltra deep in this area.
Back to the competition, and soon began to Sheltra work from the slow movement of vehicles and comfortable again above 15 before he fell near the yellow flag again in the center. The team picked up his driver back to pit road damage more and adaptive control structure to help in negotiating the management Sheltra tight race car that were the consequences of damage to its barriers.
Sheltra flying from back to front again, and was found floating comfortably in the Top 10 for 15 laps – Sheltra related to the microphone and his team is that their car had been badly missed. “The kids the wrong thing,” he said. In his view, Sheltra such as tires and descent, and was willing to make an emergency landing in the hole in the road the yellow waived the device stalled luck Ricky Carmichael on the track.
The team chose not to take any chances and bring the drivers back to the bottom of the pit lane to change tires and the repair of four rear bumper that broke from the incident that occurred at the beginning of the race. Wolf said the driver did not have a revelation of the tires and rims [Indiana, who was replaced on the car carrying him and wear on lap 20.
16th session on a restart – Sheltra up the nickname “Mr. Showtime, and began to reorganize its way through the ARCA field and once again found inthe top 10 in eighth place with his countryman Brian Silas Florida the last 10 race circuits. Sheltra seems willing to settle for eighth, but the yellow drop back to throw the race in overtime, allowing Sheltra last chance to pick up a few positions.
To try green white checkered Sheltra eliminating quickly to prepare and No. 29 Chad Finley and to make the move to nine-time ARCA champion Frank Kimmel and No. 36 Brent when No. 44 Rob Kimmel threw a stone Sheltra forced to retire and gas lose momentum, he graduated into turn one and two.
The thrust stand Sheltra to hunker down and return the car in seventh place, continuing a great start to the 2010 season ARCA Series races sports cars to run Sheltra.
“It was a daily challenge,” said Sheltra. “We had a car that I think can win in the race, was quick to bad, we could have avoided the wreck with Joy (Coulter), but then came our from behind and I got in touch with a span of Mickey (Kyle) and actually damage to the aerodynamics of a car for us, is there, try to adjust the car and deal with the cards we have peace, which is disappointing, but we are relieved to leave the state of Texas with the goal 10. We to see if I can close the deal in Talladega. ”
Y represents an effort on the night of Friday for the first time Sheltra ending the 10-top for four ARCA events, respectively, which helped in the dust, eager for a late model competitors to maintain its position in a comfortable place third in the ARCA championship positions and races of the championship series a close friend of Justin Marks in 60 points and 70 behind the winner of the credits and the current leader of the points of Texas, Steve Arpin.
Time for the ARCA Racing Series presented by RE / MAX and Menards is left in Alabama at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway for the running of the ARCA 250 at Talladega.
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