The engines are set to fire up as the 2024 race season kicks into gear this weekend in Tucson. Arca Menards Series West Champion, Sean Hingorani is set to make a blazing entry into the season by joining the prestigious Derek Thorn Racing team in a Super Late Model for the 11th Annual Chilly Willy 150 at Tucson Speedway.
Carrying the momentum from a spectacular previous season, which included four ARCA wins and a 50 lap duel race victory at last years' Chilly Willy, Sean is poised to take the #13 Super Late Model to new heights. His return to Tucson Speedway is not just a race; it's a statement of intent, a promise of breathtaking moments, and a testament to his unwavering passion for racing.
at Just 17 years old, Sean's quick trajectory into a Super Late Model has been nothing short of remarkable. 2024 will mark the beginning of just his third full season of racing and The Chilly Willy 150, with its $15K prize, is more than just another race for Sean—it's an opportunity to prove his mettle against some of the best racers in the country.
As Sean prepares for the big weekend in Tucson, there's an air of confidence in his camp. The team at Derek Thorn Racing has been working tirelessly to fine-tune the #13 Super Late Model, ensuring that it's not just race-ready but a beast on the track. Their combined expertise and Sean's driving prowess make for a potent combination, one that could very well dominate the Chilly Willy 150.
Fans of Sean and the Super Late Model series are in for a treat as the race weekend approaches. The anticipation is building, and the buzz around Sean's return to Tucson Speedway is growing louder by the day. Will he be able to park the #13 on Sunday? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain—Sean Hingorani is ready to get back in the car and go trophy hunting in Tucson.
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Sean Hingorani Gears Up for 11th Annual Chilly Willy 150 At Tucson Speedway