In two previous starts at the 2.459-mile road course, Crafton has two top-10 finishes, including a track-best start of eighth and a track-best finish of sixth, in his last start north of the border. In an effort to pull-off a "three-peat" in 2015, the Menards driver hopes to stay on course, and keep gaining momentum in the driver point standings going into the 15th race on the 2015 NCWTS schedule.
Sounding off - Matt Crafton:
"Racing at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park is a lot of fun, I love road racing. Unfortunately, we haven't had the best finishes. We finished sixth there last year, but we were a lot better last year, than we were the first year we were there. The first year we were horrendous, at best. Last year we made a lot of changes, and improvements. Junior (Carl Joiner, crew chief) never settles down, we talk every day, and I know we will be a lot better this year, from where we were last year."