Stanton and Hanngan split

Silly Season Starts as Stanton and Hannagan Split By Richard Day NICHOLASVILLE, KY (May 13) - The World of Outlaws' silly season officially started Monday when Gary Stanton announced that 1995 Skoal Outlaw Series...

Silly Season Starts as Stanton and Hannagan Split By Richard Day NICHOLASVILLE, KY (May 13) - The World of Outlaws' silly season officially started Monday when Gary Stanton announced that 1995 Skoal Outlaw Series Rookie of the Year Randy Hannagan would no longer be driving the #75 Mopar Maxim. "It was a mutual decision between the two of us," Stanton said. "We left on good terms. We just never got things going." Veteran California driver Jimmy Sills will race the sprint car in the World of Outlaws events at Hartford Speedway Sunday and in the series' annual Pennsylvania Tour opener at Lernerville Speedway Tuesday. "This won't be a long-term deal with Jimmy," Stanton said. "He drives our USAC Silver Crown car and he also has his driving school to run. "We'd like to get somebody to drive the car in the Williams Grove TV race, but I don't have any idea who that will be." Although they missed several races while putting their engine program together, Hannagan and Stanton ranked 16th in the Skoal Outlaw Series point standings following Sunday's event at Tri-State Speedway. Hannagan drove his brother Terry's #1x Maxim into eighth place in the point standings last year, and joined Stanton's new Mopar operation during the off-season. WoO

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Series World of Outlaws
Drivers Randy Hannagan , Jimmy Sills
Teams Williams