Kuhn and Stanbrough Join Cedar Lake Field

bmaraFrom Bryan Gapinski

New Richmond, WI — (February 27, 2013) — Open wheel racing standouts Brad Kuhn and Jon Stanbrough are the latest entries for  “The Sasquatch Indoor Nationals presented by Jack Link’s Beef Jerky” at the Cedar Lake Speedway Arena on March 9-10.

The  two-day event at the indoor quarter-mile dirt oval will be the season opener for the the Stark Automotive Group/Mid-State Equipment Badger Midget Series.  Also competing in the event will be Badger 600 Micros and Legends Cars.
Kuhn’s resume includes nine career midget driving championships, including the three Badger titles. Kuhn will be aiming for his 25th career Badger Midget feature victory driving the RAB Racing Spike/Fontana.

Stanbrough who captured his sixth career King of Indiana Sprint Series (KISS) Championship in 2012, will be driving the Hans Lein No. 4 entry previously entered for Vance Lein. Vance Lein has filed an entry for the Badger 600 Micros portion of the event. Stanbrough had success in the Badger State in 2012, capturing the USAC National Sprint Car event at Wilmot Speedway in June.
Entries for the Badger 600 Micros and Legends Cars continue to be filed and both divisions are now over twenty cars, a complete list will be announced later this week. An optional practice night is scheduled for Friday night, March 8. Saturday Night March 9 racing will kickoff at 5 p.m., with Sunday afternoon’s racing events starting at 1 p.m. Saturday’s event will pay $2,000 to win, with Sunday’s winning capturing $2,500, with a $1,000 bonus to any driver winning both features.

For ticket information, visit www. cedarlakespeedway.com or call (612) 363-0479. Jack Link’s is the No. 1 U.S. meat snack brand and the fastest-growing meat snack manufacturer worldwide. Jack Link’s offers more than 100 premium meat snack products at retail outlets in more than 40 countries. In addition to its premium products, Jack Link’s is known for its iconic and award-winning ‘Messin’ With Sasquatch’ advertising campaign.