Chili Bowl

January 15, 2011 by Post Team 

Chili Bowl, Tonight’s the Night by Brian Brown at the 25th annual Cup held in Chile Raceway Quik Trip Center Tulsa Expo. He has some experience in his corner, as he will join two-time defending champion Badger Midget, Mike Hess. Friday night qualifying will be to finalize the line-up for the championship Saturday.

On Monday, the pilot Grain Valley, Missouri test Hess Buzzard chassis / engine Hawk Midget. “It’s the most comfortable I’ve ever felt in a dwarf,” said Brian. “I have been able to drive two or three times. I’m just lucky to be with Mike, who so much experience and know how to do things. It’s a really great car. We look forward to the FVP # 51 tonight forehead.

Brian learned early this week that it is not his own. “I will do my best with the direction of Mike,” he said. “I am pleased to have the opportunity to run for someone who was in the top ten Cup Chile last year. I want to thank Mike and everyone else. I was made to feel like family. At times, I think Mike is more on my car to make me comfortable than his. I am truly grateful. ”

The defending champion, Kevin Swindell, Dave Darland, Brad Loyet, Chris Windom, Cory Kruseman, Shane Cottle and fellow competitor Knoxville, Don Jr. Droude are just a few notables on Friday. “Other than Kevin Swindell and Dave Darland, I have not really watched it too,” says Brian. “I am a bit like a” duck to water “to these offers. Currently, the car is much faster than me, but we try to get better every time we touched the runway. We seek to improve ourselves rather than worry about whom else might be there. ‘

The 2007 and 2010 Knoxville Raceway 410 sprint car champion is to adapt to the midget on the fly. “You take everything you have learned in a sprint car wing and throw it out the window,” he said. “Really, nothing applies here. Running the Chili Bowl would be like running the Knoxville Nationals First time in a car’s fender. I just look at Mike. ”

Sponsorship Brian input comes from some familiar sources. “We have a lot of the same persons who help the rest of the year’Weld Wheels Searsboro Telephone Company, Champion Brands, Impact Sign & Lighting, Rockwell safety and other people involved with our sprint car. Hopefully we can represent them well this week. ”

Brian’s experience in a dwarf is certainly limited. He led Troy Parsons # 57 in 2003, “Chile Bowl’’ET led Wisconsin according to Bill Ecker # 57K in 2008 ‘Twas the night before the event of Christmas” at Kemper Arena in Kansas City.

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