Brett Taylor in the #46 Dodge at the Autodrome Chaudière Brett Taylor in the #46 Dodge at the Autodrome Chaudière Matthew Murnaghan photo

Tough Night For Taylor- Jackson Scores Top 10

Written by  TL Sports & Entertainment on Monday, 02 July 2018 12:01

VALLEE-JONCTION, QC (June 30, 2018)- Canada’s Best Racing Team (CBRT) headed to the Autodrome Chaudière in Vallee Jonction, Quebec for round number three of the NASCAR Pinty’s Series this past Saturday night.

In what turned out to be a rain shortened race there were mixed results. Rookie of the Year contender Brett Taylor had a difficult night in the #46 Dodge. However Larry Jackson gained seven positions and scored a top-ten result in the #1 CBRT/ENASCAR Dodge.

Threatening skies surrounded the challenging ¼ mile oval all day however practice and qualifying went on as scheduled. Brett Taylor in the #46 iRacing Dodge with the “Days of Thunder” tribute look qualified just outside the top-ten with the #1 CBRT/ENASCAR Dodge starting 17th.

“This is a tough track to get a handle on,” said CBRT General Manager Joey McColm. “Even though the guys started a little further back I knew they should both be able to move up during the race,” he added.

The start of the race was delayed after a passing shower moved through and the track drying took place. Once the action began for the scheduled 300-lap event it was fast and furious. However Taylor had his hands full in the #46 Dodge. When the competition caution fell just after the midpoint of the race, Taylor did not resume his spot on track. The team forced to stop due to an ill handling racecar.

“This track is one of the most difficult to figure out. You have to use every bit of it to maximize your performance to get a quick lap and that means getting right up close to the wall. If you’re off by the smallest margin it bites you. Brett barely touched the wall coming off turn four but it caused enough damage that it ended our night” said McColm.

Meantime Larry Jackson continued his pattern in the #1 CBRT/ENASCAR Dodge as he stayed out of trouble and methodically moved his way up to tenth in the field. Unfortunately rain returned to the area and forced the race to be shortened to 220 laps.

“Just another great job by Larry” said McColm. “He always finds a way to pick up spots during the race, really smart drive once again”.

Next up for the CBRT drivers is round four of the NASCAR Pinty’s Series as they compete on the streets of Exhibition Place in Toronto Saturday July 14thas part of the Indy weekend in Toronto. For the latest info & team updates follow @CBRTeams on Instagram and Facebook.

The race from the Autodrome Chaudière will be broadcast on TSN2 July 8that 1PM ET.

You can find the most up to date information on the CBRT website www.cbrteams.comand there are openings for interested partners to come on board in time for the new season. The NASCAR Pinty’s Series consists of races on ovals, road and street courses across Canada.

Find the latest info on all the CBRT drivers at these coordinates:

James Vance on Twitter @James_Vance & @jamesvancee on Instagram

Larry Jackson on Twitter @LarryJacksonvrm & @LarryJackson84 in Instagram

Brett Taylor on Twitter @brett_taylor46 & @bretttaylorracing on Instagram

Joey McColm on Twitter @JoeyMcColm

Follow CBRT on Twitter/Instagram @CBRTeams



Canada’s Best Racing Team (CBRT) is a Canadian company established in 2013 that currently fields teams in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series and Trans Am Series. CBRT is a highly competitive team of professionals who are invested in the cars and drivers they put on the track. Committed to environmental responsibility, CBRT is a pioneer of sustainability in auto racing, while simultaneously promoting excellence, integrity, and loyalty to their fans. As a leader in marketing solutions, CBRT focuses on strategic partnership, activation planning and execution using social engagement strategies and relationship enhancing experiences to strengthen the connection between brands and their customers.


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