SCHUERENBERG ESCAPES TO VICTORY LANE IN WINTER DIRT GAMES VIII FINALE
Ocala, Florida………A seventh-place starting position and a 360 degree spin at the midway point was not enough to deter Hunter Schuerenberg on the path to a “Winter Dirt Games VIII” victory Saturday night at Bubba Raceway Park.
The 27-year-old Sikeston, Missouri native steadily moved his way toward the front of the field throughout the 30-lap event before surging into the lead with seven laps remaining to collect his first USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car feature victory in nearly three years since a 2014 victory in McCool Junction, Nebraska as well as his ninth career series triumph, joining Mario Andretti and Robbie Stanley for 47th on the all-time list. Full Article Here
Schuerenberg Welcomes New Sponsors; Expands Schedule
INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 19, 2017) – Sikeston, Missouri native, Hunter Schuerenberg is gearing up for a multifaceted season of winged sprint car, non-wing sprint car, and silver crown racing action.
With the addition of Eddie Gilstrap Ford and Wesco Trailer MFG coming aboard to sponsor all three cars, along with current sponsors, Nolen Racing and Roof Bolt Express, they were able to expand their schedule for 2017 and hire full-time crew chief, Seth Motsinger. Full Article Here