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.

SHERWOOD PARK, AB – The Northern Provincial Pipelines Late Model Series welcomes a new driver to the tour in 2007.  Curtis Moore moves from Castrol Raceway’s Super Stock division to the richest touring series on dirt in Canada.  “I have been eyeing this class for several years now,” indicates the Sherwood Park, Alberta driver, “my team has known both Bruce and Brent Broughton’s for several years now and they have really been a huge help in making the change.  Now I’m looking forward to be able to go out and race against them this season.”  Moore has been one of the more consistent competitors over the years in the Bud Stock class.  Since 2003, Moore never finished out of the top 10 in points (fourth in 2006).  “It was time for a change,” says Moore, “I’m really looking forward to the touring part and racing at different tracks.”  The first opportunity Moore will get to try out his new race car is April 28th at Castrol Raceways test ‘n’ tune day.  “The race car has been sitting in the garage since I picked it up last week.  I’ve sat in it a few times trying to familiarize myself with the new surroundings.  I think I’m ready to go!”