STOCKTON, Calif. – After running the recent Trophy Cup at Tulare’s Thunderbowl Raceway, the team of Brian Sperry Racing, Rick Fowzer Racing and Scott Miller have made the decision to bring Ohio’s Sheldon Haudenschild back to California to compete with the King of the West 410 Sprint Car Series finale at the Stockton Dirt Track on Nov. 2.
The 20-year-old son of veteran driver and Hall of Famer Jac Haudenschild will climb back aboard the familiar No. 51 Sprint Car with help from C&H Veteran Enterprise, Uni Waste Inc., ART Enterprise, IPC, Benic Enterprise, S and S Pics and Circle of Girls, which can be seen on Facebook under Circle of Girls and a soonto be launched website. The Sperry No. 51 has most recently won in KWS competition with Sean Becker at the helm in 2010.
So far this year there have been seven different winners in the 17 rounds held and when the series last visited Stockton, it happened to be a first time winner in the form of 16-year-old Dominic Scelzi. Haudenschild will be searching for a solid run at the three-eighths-mile clay oval, as he races in front of the Golden State fans once again.
A car show from noon to 4 p.m. on Nov. 2 will also take place behind the grandstands featuring Classic Hot Rods, Restored Classics, Race Cars, Motorcycles, Custom Hot Rod Trucks and more. Registration is free at the event and will be located through the front gate of the fairgrounds off Airport Way.
Two general admission tickets will be given per car owner who participates. The Central Valley Cruisers are the host car club for the event and live music will be performed by the Robert Flores Band.
The evening will also be capped with a huge 4th of July style fireworks show to finish off the season in grand fashion.