Tyler Brown moving up to Cintas Late Model division next year

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Waterdown's Tyler Brown received an early Christmas surprise recently when he was informed that his racing program was taking a huge step forward. After a partial season in the Ontario Pro Challenge series, Brown will make history again in 2006 when he moves up to race in the Cintas Late Model division at Delaware Speedway.

"I have to thank my uncle and crew chief Glen Brown for all his effort in putting this program together, as well as everyone at Delaware Speedway, Mike McColl from McColl Racing Enterprises and my family for their support and belief in me," Tyler said. The Grade 9 student will take to the track next spring piloting a McColl-built 400 horsepower car. He will be the youngest driver to ever compete in the headline series at Delaware, and will also contend for "Rookie of the Year" honours.

"This will be a big step for Tyler," his father stated. "But he is ready.

"There will be a tremendous amount of competition at this level and as a team, we will help him prepare. He is on a workout routine now which will help combat the fatigue and G-forces associated with much longer races. During March break Tyler will attend a four-day high performance driving school in Florida and next spring we will spend whatever time is needed testing the new car to get him comfortable".

Delaware Speedway is located just outside of London, Ontario and is one of only two tracks in Canada sanctioned by NASCAR, affording Brown the exposure needed to help him further his career. The Cintas Late Model division will share the stage at least twice next year with the CASCAR Super Series, Canada's premier stock car series and Brown's next step up the ladder.

For more on Tyler Brown, go to www.russbondagency.com or call 905-852-2900. To learn more about Delaware Speedway and the Cintas Late Model division visit online at www.delaware speedway.com.

Tyler Brown moving up to Cintas Late Model division next year

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Waterdown's Tyler Brown received an early Christmas surprise recently when he was informed that his racing program was taking a huge step forward. After a partial season in the Ontario Pro Challenge series, Brown will make history again in 2006 when he moves up to race in the Cintas Late Model division at Delaware Speedway.

"I have to thank my uncle and crew chief Glen Brown for all his effort in putting this program together, as well as everyone at Delaware Speedway, Mike McColl from McColl Racing Enterprises and my family for their support and belief in me," Tyler said. The Grade 9 student will take to the track next spring piloting a McColl-built 400 horsepower car. He will be the youngest driver to ever compete in the headline series at Delaware, and will also contend for "Rookie of the Year" honours.

"This will be a big step for Tyler," his father stated. "But he is ready.

"There will be a tremendous amount of competition at this level and as a team, we will help him prepare. He is on a workout routine now which will help combat the fatigue and G-forces associated with much longer races. During March break Tyler will attend a four-day high performance driving school in Florida and next spring we will spend whatever time is needed testing the new car to get him comfortable".

Delaware Speedway is located just outside of London, Ontario and is one of only two tracks in Canada sanctioned by NASCAR, affording Brown the exposure needed to help him further his career. The Cintas Late Model division will share the stage at least twice next year with the CASCAR Super Series, Canada's premier stock car series and Brown's next step up the ladder.

For more on Tyler Brown, go to www.russbondagency.com or call 905-852-2900. To learn more about Delaware Speedway and the Cintas Late Model division visit online at www.delaware speedway.com.

Tyler Brown moving up to Cintas Late Model division next year

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Waterdown's Tyler Brown received an early Christmas surprise recently when he was informed that his racing program was taking a huge step forward. After a partial season in the Ontario Pro Challenge series, Brown will make history again in 2006 when he moves up to race in the Cintas Late Model division at Delaware Speedway.

"I have to thank my uncle and crew chief Glen Brown for all his effort in putting this program together, as well as everyone at Delaware Speedway, Mike McColl from McColl Racing Enterprises and my family for their support and belief in me," Tyler said. The Grade 9 student will take to the track next spring piloting a McColl-built 400 horsepower car. He will be the youngest driver to ever compete in the headline series at Delaware, and will also contend for "Rookie of the Year" honours.

"This will be a big step for Tyler," his father stated. "But he is ready.

"There will be a tremendous amount of competition at this level and as a team, we will help him prepare. He is on a workout routine now which will help combat the fatigue and G-forces associated with much longer races. During March break Tyler will attend a four-day high performance driving school in Florida and next spring we will spend whatever time is needed testing the new car to get him comfortable".

Delaware Speedway is located just outside of London, Ontario and is one of only two tracks in Canada sanctioned by NASCAR, affording Brown the exposure needed to help him further his career. The Cintas Late Model division will share the stage at least twice next year with the CASCAR Super Series, Canada's premier stock car series and Brown's next step up the ladder.

For more on Tyler Brown, go to www.russbondagency.com or call 905-852-2900. To learn more about Delaware Speedway and the Cintas Late Model division visit online at www.delaware speedway.com.