TELFORD, PA. – February 11, 2015 – For the third straight season, the CJB Motorsports team and Paul McMahan begin a season long chase for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series title.
“I feel as though we’ve progressed a great deal since we’ve been a team,” said McMahan, driver of the Bairs Tree Service, Nyce Crete & Landis Block & Concrete and All Star Performance sponsored machine. “I joined up with these guys in late 2012 and we’ve gotten better and better each year. That is exciting for all of us as we begin a new season. We’re ready to get started and chase a championship once again.”
After registering a win, three top-5’s and four top-10’s in five starts at the inaugural Winter Heat Sprint Car Showdown, the Barry Jackson led team continued their preparation for one of motorsports most grueling schedules.
“It was awesome,” said McMahan of the teams success in the event held at Cocopah Speedway in early January. “Right away, it was a big boost for us. We’ve been working on a few more things since that we’re going to try out in Florida.”
McMahan will get his first crack at Volusia Speedway Park during a UNOH All Start Circuit of Champions event on Wednesday, February 11. In this event, one year ago, McMahan enjoyed a great battle with long time friend Joey Saldana.
“It’s a long season but Volusia is a good place to get started,” said McMahan, who holds the track record at the sun baked half-mile. “We’ve run well there in the past and even won the overall Winternationals title there for the sprint cars last year. They give you a big Gator trophy. We want to win that again and win some races.”
With two nights of All Star action as a primer, the team will then dive head first into the Outlaw season with three consecutive nights of $10,000-to-win events. The trio of shows serve as a spring board to a 90 plus race schedule and one of the most converted championships in motorsports.
“Each year, our goals are to get better in every way,” said McMahan. “Winning a championship is one of the top goals we have as an organization. It’s a long season so getting off to a good start is the crucial. I think we can do that and I think we have the team that can put together the whole package. 2015 will be exciting and I can’t wait to get started.”
CJB MOTORSPORTS 2015 STATS:
Quick Times: 0
Average Time Trial: N/A
Average A-main finish: 3.75
Total Laps Led: 27
UP NEXT: McMahan and the CJB crew will head for Florida and the annual DIRTcar Nationals in February.
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