Jean Théorêt out as substitute driver for the GP-777

After the crash, during testing at the season opener last weekend in Cambridge Maryland it appears that Jean will not be invited back to drive the GP-777 for the remainder of the season.

English translation from the Journal Saint-Francois: “It’s over for me in Grand Prix. It’s sad to finish this way but thank goodness, I was not hurt, “the veteran Maple Grove runner told the” Journal Saint-François “after being swept 360 degrees at GP-777 “Steeler” orders on Saturday at a free practice session at the Cambridge Regatta (Maryland).

Appointed substitute team driver before the start of the season, to replace Bert Henderson on weekends where the driver from Brockville, Ontario will drive in “Unlimited”, Theoret will not be entitled to a second chance because Kent Henderson , the defending champion’s brother, will now be the substitute.

Théorêt says he made a personal decision when he left the “Steeler” stable and adds that he was disappointed with this last experience: “It was like I was 100% blamed. Nobody came to see me to ask what happened, “laments the multiple champion of the Grand Prix class.

Full story can be seen here: It’s over for Jean Théorêt — Saint-François

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