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Henry Comments On Upcoming WDC

Published: May 6, 2013 3:14 pm ET

Last Comment: May 7, 2013 12:20 am ET | 1 Comment(s) | Jump to Comments

“It’s a real honour to go and it should be a great time. It will be different because they’re all trotters and it’s France, so it’s a different style of racing. It should be fun.”

Trevor Henry, Canada's representative for the upcoming World Driving Championship in France, had a chance to quickly discuss his anticipation for the WDC as the international event draws closer with every passing day.

Speaking with Bill Walker of the Owen Sound Sun Times, Henry explained how he's been doing a little homework for the multi-day event which is scheduled for next month.

“I’ve been watching a lot of races on YouTube and when I’m there, I just have to pick up on things,” Henry said. “I’m more of a [half-mile track driver] and a lot of tracks there are five-eighths to a mile.”

The 20-heat WDC Tour will open in Reims, France --- the heart of the Champagne Region --- on Sunday, June 9, where the first five races will be contested. It will then move to Normandy, at Caen, where four races will be contested on Monday, June 10. Angers will host five races on Wednesday, June 12 and five will be raced on Thursday, June 13 at Mauqenchy before the series comes to a close with a single heat on Saturday, June 15 at Vincennes-Paris, home of the famed Prix d’Amerique.

(With files from the Owen Sound Sun Times)

May 7, 2013 - 12:20 amMany thanks to T. H., for

Terry King SAID...

Many thanks to T. H., for accepting the challenge! All Canadian race fans will be rooting for you.

Bon Chance Mon Ami!!!


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