Bush and D’Aprile Look Forward To New Season
Elma, NY – To say the Mel Bush Motorsports Team has had a rocky 2009 would be an understatement. Switching sanctioning bodies, debuting a new car and several bouts of bad luck have made the 2009 season one that team owner, Mel Bush, would rather put behind him.
“It’s been tough,” said Bush. “This season has taken a lot out of me and I just want to go to the races and have fun again. This format of finishing the yearwith the start of the next season is fine with me; the quicker this ones over the better.”
Team Driver, Tommy D’Aprile always looks at the brighter side of things but he does agree with his boss on the team’s luck as of late. “Things just haven’t been going our way,” said D’Aprile. “Every time we made one step forward we got pushed back two steps, heck sometimes three, but that’s in the past now and we’re really looking forward to this race as a new beginning.”
The National Guard ADRL series ends their 2009 campaign and begins the 2010 season on the same weekend at the LenMar Motorsports ADRL World Finals V held at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas, south of Dallas.
D’Aprile will have four shots at cracking the Pro Extreme field prior to Saturday’s eliminations in Ennis, three Friday and one Saturday.