GoRacingTV Minute Friday April 9 2010

Welcome to the GoRacingTV Minute, a 60 second update on the new and happenings in the sport of racing.

Indycar.com reports that Vitor Meira, who made his series debut in 2002 at Kentucky Speedway (finished 15th), will make his 100th start this weekend in the inaugural Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Presented by Legacy Credit Union.
“A hundred starts is proof that I’ve been doing a good job because I never had to pay to drive, so I always had to prove that I could do the job that people were expecting,” said Meira, who is in his second season driving the No. 14 ABC Supply car for A.J. Foyt Racing.

Grand AM.com is reporting that the last time Joe Foster competed in a GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race at Barber Motorsports Park – in 2008 – he won the pole position and went on to win the race with co-driver Scott Maxwell.
He started this year’s Barber 200 weekend in similar fashion, as he won the pole position Friday in the No. 15 Multimatic Motorsports/Bayshore Recycling Ford Mustang Boss 302R.

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