Q&A With Gary Boulanger
And now, the Alberta native has been recognized for his contributions to the sport, on and off the racetrack, as the 2017 recipient of the Avelino Gomez Memorial Award. What was your first thought when you learned you were receiving the 2017 Avelino Gomez Memorial Award? “Totally surprised and shocked. I had no idea I was even considered.” What are some of the significant contributions you’ve made to the sport? “I think I’ve contributed a lot of knowledge to some young riders. I’ve been a mentor to a lot of people trying to help them become better riders and make the sport itself safer for everybody. I think I’m always going to be the guy who will do the most to help any young rider who is looking for some kind of guidance or insight into what they are doing wrong or what they need to work on.” Looking back…
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