CA. The Speedway Sprint Car series at Twin Cities speedway seems to be off
and running. Wingless Sprint Car Champion and World of Outlaws Gold Cup
champion, Darrell Hanestad intends to participate with the Wingless Warriors of
the new Speedway Sprint Car Series at the quick ¼ mile April 10th.
Promoter Clyde Tipton talked to Hanestad, by phone, today.
to Tipton, Hanestad seemed impressed with what he’s heard about the
improvements and racer friendly atmosphere at the facility. Hanestad has
competed exclusively in non-winged cars since he left the winged racing wars in
has participated once at Twin Cities Speedway in the past. Ironically, Hanestad
piloted the current Twin Cities Speedway championship Pacific Sprint Car, the
famous Lovell Brothers Silver Bullet #71. Hanestad wheeled the Lovell 71to
victory in more than a dozen Northern Auto Racing Club (now the Golden State
Challenge) races all over California. Richard Lovell, owner of car 71, said
Hanestad won an open competition sprint car event at TCS in his car. Hanestad is
scheduled to drive his familiar #40 in this Saturday’s event.
Wingless Warriors will tackle Twin Cities in round #2 of the championship series
this Saturday night. Several new teams are ready this week and are scheduled to
be in attendance.
new Speedway Sprint Cars, the Winged Pacific Sprint Cars and the TCS Mini Stock
series will headline at Twin Cities Speedway on April 10th. The SORA
Sprint 100s will run as an extra-added attraction. Gates open at 5 with racing
us on the web at www.twincitiesspeedway.net
or call (916) 985-2089 to reach the business office. All the latest updates are
always posted to the website first.