Jac Haudenschild To Compete and Pilot Two Seater Sprint Car at Belle-Clair Kicks Off 4-Race Swing By All Stars in Il, Mo & Ind. BELLEVILLE, IL - In what many have claimed will be one of the wildest auto racing events of the season, Jac "The...
Jac Haudenschild To Compete and Pilot Two Seater Sprint Car at Belle-Clair Kicks Off 4-Race Swing By All Stars in Il, Mo & Ind.
BELLEVILLE, IL - In what many have claimed will be one of the wildest auto racing events of the season, Jac "The Wild Child" Haudenschild will make it a little more interesting by competing and giving rides to fans in a 410 winged two seater sprint car when the Haulmark All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car series comes to the Belle-Clair Speedway in Belleville, Illinois on Wednesday, June 9th.
Jac Haudenschild has made his mark over the years running both winged and non winged sprint cars. Haudenschild showed his non wing prowess last year at Eldora Speedway by winning the $200,000 winners share at the Mopar Million and now travels full time with the All Stars. For those who have seen Haudenschild race, the nickname needs no explanation. He has two All Star wins this season at Butler Motor Speedway and K-C Raceway.
The June 9th All-Star show will be the first ever visit of the series to the very small, but exciting Belle-Clair speed plant. The special Wednesday night show should attract a large contingent of local sprint car drivers from neighboring St. Francois County and Jacksonville Raceways such as brothers Tim and Joey Montgomery, Robbie Standridge, Terry Babb, Jimmy Moughan and Jerrod Hull.
The All-Stars will bring their series regulars which include defending All Star champion Chad Kemenah of Findlay, Ohio, Greg Wilson, Ryan Coniam, Bill Rose, Danny Smith, Paul May, Jeremy Campbell, Tim Hunter, Eddie Lynch and many others.
The All-Stars will compete for a $5,000 first place prize during the main event on June 9th. Belle-Clair Speedway is located at the intersection of Illinois routes 159 and 13 at the St. Clair County Fairgrounds in Belleville, IL. For more information call 618-473-9512 or direct inquiries via e-mail to email@example.com.
Following the Belle Clair event, the series hits the all new Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, MO on Thursday night June 10. Saturday's All Star action moves to the St. Francois Co. Speedway in Farmington, MO with the Sunday action June 13 taking place on the immaculate quarter mile of the Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, IN.
All 2004 All Star events will be live on the internet at www.RSBN.net with race commentary by All Star announcer Rob Klepper.