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Brandon Hahn Sidelined at I-30 Speedway

Brandon Hahn Sidelined at I-30...

4/16/2014
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (April 16, 2104) - Brandon Hahn had high expectations going into Saturday's Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour event at the I-30 Speedway, but things would not play out as hoped. After initial reports were of mechanical issues, it was later revealed that Brandon was having back problems that hampered his ability to breath. "I like racing, but I like living more," said Hahn of the situation. Choosing to skip his Heat Race, Hahn was able to make laps in the B-Feature, but elected to return to the Pits after only a few laps. Seeking medical attention after returning home on Sunday, Hahn explained that he pulled a muscle in his back but was able to get treatment and is feeling much better. Returning to the driver's seat this coming weekend, Hahn will compete with the American Bank of Oklahoma Sooner Region and Speedway Motors Warrior Region. "We're going to a track I've never been to before. I just want to make the A-Feature since I'm not racing for points. We're rolling...more
Brandon Hahn Collected in Opening-Lap Crash at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

Brandon Hahn Collected in...

4/1/2014
Inside Line Promotions – MESQUITE, Texas (April 1, 2014) – For Brandon Hahn, Saturday featured three letters that every racer hates to see. DNF. Hahn was caught up in a crash on the opening lap of his heat race, which doomed the remainder of the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour event at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. “We got a pretty good draw for the heat race,” he said. “I came off turn four and we just got wrecked. I got stuffed in the fence. That screwed up our night right there.” Hahn, who started on the outside of the second row, collided with a driver as the green flag waved. The crash damaged the rear end, shocks, birdcage, an axle and numerous other parts for Hahn, who was unable to restart the heat race. That relegated Hahn to start near the rear of the field in the B Main on the fast track. “We didn’t have time to fix everything we wanted to fix and get it raceable,” he said. “We had to go out and take a lap and pull in.” The team utilized a series provisional to tag the rear...more
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