It's not every day that a 16-year-old drives straight into the spotlight of one of motorsport's most challenging tracks. This Thursday, we will be watching young sensation, Sean Hingorani, as he takes to Tennessee's famed Bristol Motor Speedway. The occasion? The ARCA East season finale and the Bush's Beans 200. Sean will be racing for Venturini Motorsports, in the #15 Gearwrench Team Toyota, Toyota Camry.
Hingorani, from Newport Beach, with its scenic ocean views and laid-back vibe, is known for many things but not necessarily for producing motorsport prodigies. His journey to this point has been nothing short of meteoric. At an age when most of his peers are learning to drive, Sean has been mastering corners, perfecting gear shifts, and understanding the nuances of professional racing. His dedication, commitment, and natural talent landed him a seat this year with Venturini Motorsports, a team with a rich heritage in ARCA racing.
Bristol Motor Speedway, often referred to as "The Last Great Colosseum", is no ordinary track. Bristol Motor Speedway is the fourth-largest sports venue in America and the tenth-largest in the world, seating up to 146,000 people. It's 1/2 mile oval configuration is steeped in history, filled with challenges, and is known for producing dramatic races. Racing the ARCA Bush's Beans 200 here is a significant milestone for any racer, let alone a 16-year-old.
Yet, with the backing of Venturini Motorsports and the engineering prowess of Team Toyota, Sean stands on firm ground. The #15 Toyota Camry he’ll be driving has been fine-tuned, promising to be a really fast race car.
Join us in cheering on Sean Hingorani and stay tuned to Two Four Speed for all the updates, behind-the-scenes action, and post-race analysis. Go get 'em, Sean! We're with you every turn of the way.
Watch it LIVE on FS1, Thursday 9/14 at 6 pm et/3 pm pt.
Keep up with Sean at www.seanhingorani.com
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