CRA: Junior Hanley wins Five-Star Challenge

Salem, Ind. (October 25, 2002) - Canadian racing legend Junior Hanley has won the Five-Star Racecar Bodies Challenge for the second year in a row. The Five-Star Racecar Bodies Challenge, which awarded a bonus to the driver who had the most ...

Salem, Ind. (October 25, 2002) - Canadian racing legend Junior Hanley has won the Five-Star Racecar Bodies Challenge for the second year in a row. The Five-Star Racecar Bodies Challenge, which awarded a bonus to the driver who had the most consistent finishes at the Car Brite 200 Presented By LA West Luxury Vehicles on Saturday, October 5th at Winchester Speedway and the Sunoco 100 Presented By ASI Limited on Sunday, October 20th at Indianapolis Raceway Park, the final two Sunoco Super Series events in the 2002 season. Hanley managed to accumulate the most series points in the final two series events by finishing fourth at Winchester Speedway on October 5th and his third place finish at IRP this past Sunday. Hanley will be awarded a Product Certificate for a Package "A" Complete Five-Star Racecar Body at the Sunoco Super Series Awards Banquet.

Last season Hanley claimed the Five-Star Racecar Bodies Challenge by claiming victories in the last two Sunoco Super Series events of 2002. The victories were part of the six straight victories Hanley produced at the end of the 2002 season.

Five-Star Racecar Bodies, located in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, has been a sponsor of the Sunoco Super Series since 1998. Five-Star Racecar Bodies is the leading provider of Racecar & Race Truck Bodies as well as body installation tools, molded Lexan windows and graphic kits. Five-Star Stock Car Bodies also produces the Sunoco Super Series Templates. For more information about Five-Star Racecar Bodies, check out their web site at www.fivestarbodies.com!

For more information on the Sunoco Super Series, fans can visit the official series website at www.sunocosuperseries.com.

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