2007 COUNTDOWN TO GREEN – #61 BROUGHTON
EDMONTON, AB – The Northern Provincial Pipelines Late Model Series celebrates its 7th season in 2007. A record 21 races are scheduled for 6 Alberta race tracks this season. Over the next few weeks a look at select N.P.P. Late Model Series drivers and how they are preparing for the chase for the NPP Series Championship and the prize money that goes with it.
SEASON PREVIEW: #61 BRUCE BROUGHTON
SPRUCE GROVE, AB – “We’re going to run as many races as we can and have fun doing it,” indicates Spruce Grove’s Bruce Broughton, “we only got 1 feature win last year (Swift Current), this season we’re going for 4 or 5.” The Spruce Grove, Alberta driver is chomping at the bit for the season to begin. “There are more two night shows in 2007. It’s going to be hard on the crew but the benefit is that we don’t have to race every single weekend. That’s what burns out race teams. I’m really looking forward to the races down in Lethbridge this year. It’s a pretty big track and our cars like the big tracks. I’m also looking forward to the World of Outlaws show as well at Castrol Raceway. Just being a part of this show in front of the home town crowd is going to be awesome.”