From Joe Burrage
The 2014 season is just around the corner and Chad Kemenah is already getting things prepared for the upcoming season. For the past several years Kemenah has wheeled his own CKR (Chad Kemenah Racing) No.63 sprint car across the country following the World of Outlaws, things will change this season.
As of right now, Kemenah will race a complete full schedule with the All Stars in all three of their regions. In conjunction with that, he will also race 23 World of Outlaw shows as well as the Knoxville Nationals. Kemenah may also pick up a few 360 sprint car races around home if everything works out with the schedule.
“For the past 8 years we have raced with the World of Outlaws and have gained a lot of experience out on the road but financially its very difficult to do when you don’t have a major sponsor on the car,” says Kemenah. “Right now 2014 plans are set to be very aggressive racing around 85 to 90 shows throughout the season. There is a lot of good 410 sprint car racing close to home and we plan on hitting the major shows like the Knoxville Nationals, Kings Royal, Williams Grove National Open, and the Ironman 55 so it will be a busy schedule for us.”
Chad Kemenah Racing is looking for some sponsorship help for the upcoming 2014 season. With a busy schedule that will be released very soon Kemenah feels confident that the team can land a few new partners for the 2014 season.
“I have to thank our sponsors that were with us last year, Hampshire Racing Engines, Maxim Chassis, MS Motorsports, K&N Filters, Champion Racing Oil, and Tony Depalma of Radio Hospital, Media Camping Center, All Pro Cylinder Heads, Banshee Graphics, Jeffery Winter Construction, Real Racing Wheels, and Kears Speed Shop. This entire deal could not have happened with them,” said Kemenah. “Hopefully everyone will be back on board for next season and hopefully we can find a few more sponsors to help us out for the 2014 season