COMES TO CANADA
finished 14th out of 26 cars. I'm 53 now, and I'm not going to beat those top guys, but it's pretty cool to still be racing with them. Look at Tagliani, he was leading the Indy 500 a few months ago, and Andrew Ranger, he finished third in an Indy Car race in Toronto years ago - I'm still getting to race with guys like that."
The other half of the duo has only been behind the wheel for one race, and Lynch, who last raced in a Pinty's NASCAR Canada race in 2010 added, "It's win-win - I get to get back behind the wheel of a Pinty's car, and I get to see my good friend Brian get to do some more racing as well. Sunset Speedway didn't go as well as it could have, but we are also about six years behind all these guys in knowledge. Six years of small changes added up. We wound up 11th, and Brian has two top-15 finishes so far, so we can't really complain."
Lynch was also quick to point out that this isn't the swan song to his racing career. "I'm still a few years away from being done with racing. We're going to do our two ovals in the Pinty's Series, but I'm also racing a Late Model in the APC United Late Model Tour. I would love to find a sponsor and go back to racing fulltime on the Pinty's Tour, but for now I'm more than happy to spend some time racing with Bryan."
... I wanted one last shot at racing on the biggest stage in Canada.”