Baltimore, Maryland-Jeremy Slifko brought Backdraft to Baltimore to excite a brand new audience (not to mention another televised show) at M and T Bank Stadium, and it was a great overall experience for the team. The red body was back on, and the luck was better this time around. Slifko qualified third-fastest in racing, then wowed the crowd with a short freestyle that was cut off early by a broken transmission.
"I was happy with what I got to do out there before the transmission gave out,"said Slifko. "Baltimore seemed happy too. We always love getting out here for these big shows, and if I'd had a couple other things go my way, I think I'd have been on that stage. We have tough competition, so it takes a lot of hard work to get where we want to be."
Slifko also mentioned that he was looking forward to Cincinnati in a couple of weeks for another televised event. We will keep you posted on all the updates from this weekend's Holland, New York event.
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