In the February 16th edition of Spencer Lewis’ Short Track Notebook Presented by Spira Fire Protection, we bring you a tonne of video content from New Smyrna Speedway’s World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing. Former Delaware Speedway champion Andrew Gresel, 2013 Dakota Dunes Western Canada Super Late Model series champion Denver Foran and former ALSTAR Super Series champion Kirk Hooker offer their thoughts on the first 2 nights of competition.
We’ve been following former Delaware Speedway Late Model champion Andrew Gresel through the first 2 nights of the 2014 World Series.
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The Hepworth, Ontario driver opened the mini-season with a 6th place finish on Night 1, before being caught in a multi-car pileup on Night 2 that caused a laundry list of damage to his McColl Racing Enterprises-built chassis.
Click here for Gresel’s World Series preview, and here for his post-race interview on Night 2. We’ll have video updates with Andrew all week long, and will feature a recap of his complete World Series experience in the following issue of Inside Track Motorsport News, on newsstands next month.
Edmonton, Alberta’s Denver Foran has made his way to New Smyrna Speedway for his 3rd career World Series. The 2013 Dakota Dunes Western Canada Super Late Model series champion is competing in one of the most talent-laden Super Late Model divisions in recent World Series history.
The 16-year old has weathered his fair share of adversity through the first 2 nights of competition, and our cameras have been there every step of the way. Click here for Denver’s preview of the World Series event and here for his post-race interview on Night 1 of competition.
Former ALSTAR Super Series champion Kirk Hooker has become a regular fixture at the World Series of Asphalt. The Chatham, ON driver has acquired a Port City Racing chassis and is ready for all 7 nights of Pro Late Model competition at the Central Florida half-mile.
We caught up with Kirk on Night 1, and asked for his thoughts on his fellow competitors, his new chassis, the World Series event as a whole and New Smyrna’s fearsome reputation. Click here for Kirk’s classic interview.
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