From Peterson Media
Hanford, CA — (April 26, 2016) — After a successful season opening event just two weeks ago for the King of Kings Winged 360 Series at the Keller Auto Speedway in Hanford, CA, the series returns to the track this Friday night to open up the Second Annual Battle For The Milk Can Mini Series as they are set to share the track with the IMCA Mods, the IMCA Sport Mods, and the IMCA Stock Cars.
During the King of Kings Winged 360ci Sprint Cars season opening event, it was Steven Tiner and Blake Robertson putting on a show up front as they battled for the lead during the opening part of the race.
With Tiner getting the lead back just before the race’s halfway point, he went on to grab the win by a sizeable margin over the field.
As the action returns to the speedway on Friday night, it will mark the first of six races in the 2nd Annual Battle For the Milk Can mini series. Each Battle For The Milk Can race will offer the King of Kings Winged 360’s a cool $2000-to-win as well as $200 to start the feature event while competing for the beautiful Milk Can trophy that is presented to the Champion of the mini series.
Drivers expected to be on hand on Friday night include Tiner, Robertson, 2015 Battle For The Milk Can Champion, Mitchell Faccinto, Cole Macedo, Dalton Hill, Gio Scelzi, Jace and Richard Vander Weerd, Steven Kent, Scott Parker, Craig Stidham, and many more of the Central Valley’s top drivers.
Sharing the stage with the King of Kings 360’s will be the IMCA Mods, who had Bobby Hogge win their feature the last time out, the IMCA Sport Mods, who had Nick Spainhoward score two weeks ago, and the IMCA Stock Cars.
Gates will open at 5pm with racing slated to fire off at 6pm. All tickets for Friday’s program will be General Admission and Adult tickets can be purchased for $15 while Students and Seniors can purchase their tickets for $12, and as always, kids five and under are free.