Veterans Hanley and Tweedy Lead Lefthander Challenge After Three Series Events Salem, IN (May 25, 2004) -- Veteran Sunoco Super Series drivers Junior Hanley and Kenny Tweedy are tied for the lead in the Lefthander Challenge sponsored by ...
Veterans Hanley and Tweedy Lead Lefthander Challenge After Three Series Events
Salem, IN (May 25, 2004) -- Veteran Sunoco Super Series drivers Junior Hanley and Kenny Tweedy are tied for the lead in the Lefthander Challenge sponsored by Lefthander Chassis after three series point's events so far this season. Hanley is second in career Sunoco Super Series wins with 17 while Tweedy is the series career leader in Corteco Fast Qualifier Awards with 11 and top ten finishes with 56. This is the seventh consecutive year that Lefthander Chassis has sponsored the award with the Sunoco Super Series.
The Lefthander Challenge awards a Bare Offset Lefthander Chassis to the Sunoco Super Series driver who is in the top fifteen in final series Owner Points that advanced the most positions in series point events during the 2004 season. So far both Hanley and Tweedy have advanced 27 positions after events at Anderson Speedway on April 17th, Indianapolis Raceway Park on May 16th, and this past Saturday's event at Shadybowl Speedway. Jeff Lane, winner of the series season opener at Anderson Speedway, is in third position with 23 positions gained. Current Backstretch Performance/Blake Carburetion/Reed Cams Rookie point's leader Frank Kreyer is in fourth with 18 positions gained followed by Eddie Van Meter in fifth with 16 positions gained.
Prior winners of the Lefthander Challenge include two-time Sunoco Super Series Champion Brian Ross, a two-time award winner also in 1998 and 1999. 2000 Series Champion and 2000 Rookie Of The Year Scott Hantz in 2000. Jim Crabtree Jr. won the award winner in 2001. Tim Phillips, runner up for the Rookie Of the Year honors in 2002, won the award in 2002. In 2003, Mt. Morris, Michigan's Bobby Murany won the award driving for veteran Michigan car owner Brian Robertson.
Lefthander Chassis builds chassis's for championship winning teams all over the United States from its shop located in Roscoe, Illinois. Steve Moenck won last Saturday's 16th Annual Neal Sceva Memorial 151 Sunoco Super Series event at Shadybowl Speedway using a Lefthander Chassis. Call 815-389-9999 to get more information about Lefthander Chassis, or go to www.lefthanderchassis.com.