JAMESTOWN, Ind. (November 11, 2014) – Davey Hamilton's inaugural King of the Wing Midwest-West Coast Sprint Car Shootout announced that all three rounds of the West Coast Swing will have tape delay television coverage on MAVTV provided by mustseeracing.com.
“I’m very excited about these races being televised for the fans, sponsors, tracks and racers to showcase the excitement of pavement Winged Sprintcar racing,” said Davey Hamilton after the announcement was made earlier today.
Almost 30 drivers have filed entries with teams traveling from as far East as Florida and North from Canada. They will converge on Madera Speedway on November 21st in the first of three King of the Wing events in California. The teamswill travel to Irwindale Speedway on Saturday November 22nd and conclude Sunday November 23rd at Kern County Raceway Park with the crowning of the first King of the Wing.
California’s Jo Jo Helberg leads the series after the first three races held earlier this year in the mid-west. Third generation driver Davey Hamilton Jr. from Jamestown, Ind., follows in 2nd, with Tim Skoglund, Fresno, Calif. in third. Each of the feature races will pays $3000 to win and $750 to start.