TULARE, Calif. — Legendary California sprint car driver Brent Kaeding his hired Freddie Rahmer to drive his BK Racing sprinter in the 24th annual Trophy Cup Oct. 19-21 at Thunderbowl Raceway.
Rahmer, the son of Sprint Car Hall of Famer Fred Rahmer, is a native of Salfordsville, Pa., and has enjoyed a breakout season competing against the Pennsylvania Posse.
The 21-year-old Rahmer has six wins this year in Pennsylvania, three at Williams Grove Speedway, two at Lincoln Speedway and one at Grandview Speedway.
Rahmer will be one of the 100 winged 360 sprint cars entered in the Trophy Cup.
The entry list has been full since May as racing this year is a requirement to receive an invitation to the 25th annual in 2018.
Next year will offer a minimum $200,000 purse with the Cup champion guaranteed $25,000 and all cars making the Saturday main guaranteed $5,000 total for the three days.