TORONTO, Ont. - On Sept. 8, Canadians demonstrated their skills in a three part competition to claim the title of best at the Canadian Food Driving Championship 2001.In the 22-foot straight truck divi...
TORONTO, Ont. – On Sept. 8, Canadians demonstrated their skills in a three part competition to claim the title of best at the Canadian Food Driving Championship 2001.
In the 22-foot straight truck division, the winner was Ed Penner of Flanagan Foodservice.
In the 28-foot single tandem division Patrick Walsh of Lumsden Brothers Ltd. secured first place.
In the 53-foot tandem-tandem division, John Meade of Thomson Terminals Ltd. took first place.
Contestants demonstrated their skills in a three-part competition including written examination, pre-trip vehicle inspection and an obstacle course. n
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