Oct 10, 2011 11:11 AM EST
Bryce Davis Ready for ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship
…Two Time Winner Looking For Three…
By BRP CANAM LATE MODEL SERIES NEWS
Dundee , NY …Bryce Davis’s 2011 racing season has been a giant disappointment. DNFs from high tech mechanical problems and plain old bad luck have been the story too often. Bryce hopes that all of that is behind him and that he can ride his Dad’s Hot Rod Lincoln to Victory Lane in the ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship at Black Rock Speedway on Saturday October 22.
Davis will enter the contest as the defending race champion. In fact, Bryce has won the ISKY trophy for the past two years.
“I have been lucky to win the ISKY for the past two years. My dream is to make it three in a row. We finally have our engine problems solved and we have gone through the car to help ensure that it can go the distance. Everything should work, but there are a lot of variables and many other guys with good stuff too. The first big step will be to get a good time trial lap. I am not a good time trialer since we only use that format once a year. I like the idea, but it really puts the pressure on. There are no excuses when you are only running against the clock. The new format with dashes to set the line-up should help. One thing for sure, I’m looking for 30 good solid fast laps and hope to see #94 on top of the scoreboard,” shared Davis from the shop early on Saturday morning. “Dad and I are working on the car right now and the race is two weeks away!”
Davis has borrowed cars, borrowed motors, and even hopped into one of Dale LaBarron’s cars minutes before the Series tour event at Woodhull to earn points in case he should need a provisional starting spot. He stands eighth in the standings, but is winless so far. He plans to enter the rescheduled Woodhull Series weekly event on October 15 as a tune-up for the October 22 ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship.
As Bones Bourcier reports in the October issue of Dick Berggren’s Speedway Illustrated Black Rock’s Dutch Hoag National Open Weekend will be a genuine “Dutch Treat.” This block-buster two day racing extravaganza includes the ISKY Cams BRP CanAm Championship and ISKY Red Zone 20 for the BRP late models, a big block / small block modified program, a crate sportsman program, and the World 100 for street stocks on Saturday. Friday’s agenda features open practice for all of the Saturday night cars, an Empire Series IMCA modified program and concludes with an enduro. Details are available at www.BlackRockSpeedway.com
BRP CanAm Late Model Series information at www.BRPCanAmSeries.com
ISKY Racing Cam information at www.ISKYCams.com