NOS Energy Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 10 gets better with every event on the Canadian Rally circuit
The team upped the pace on Day 2, pushing hard to move ahead of their rivals. Eventually, Team ACP ran out of time and distance to move any higher than 5th overall.
The finish solidifies the team’s third overall position in the Canadian Rally Championship Series and keeps them within reach of the title.
“We have our work cut out of for us for the rest of the year,” said Comrie-Picard. “The new Mitsubishi Evolution 10 is getting better with every event as we develop it system by system. We fully expect to compete for the win at the next round.”
Team ACP Rally uses K&N products. “I’ve used K&N since I began Rally racing more than a decade ago,” said Comrie-Picard. “We do the most extreme things we can do in a car and K&N is the perfect formula for our turbo charged motors. There is no compromise with K&N which protects our engines from road debris. K&N is the one thing we never have to worry about when we compete.”
The Canadian Rally Championship Series has six events from coast to coast. The Rally America National Championship Series includes nine events in a cross-continent season from January to late October. ACP Rally will contest a busy season, with events on both sides of the Canadian- U.S. border.
The team’s next event will be the X Games in Los Angeles, California. From there they will return to the Canadian Championship Rally Series in September for Round 4, Rallye Defi, outside Montreal.
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