Dodge/Hart&Huntington drivers reflect on Anaheim.

Dodge/Hart&Huntington drivers reflect on Anaheim.
Posted on Jan 09, 2012

JOSH HANSEN (No. 100 Dodge/Sycuan Casino/Hart and Huntington/Bel-Ray Racing Kawasaki)
Main Event Finish 10th
"We came out with a top 10. We started out the race dead last; there wasn’t one dude behind me. It could of helped to start up front but I’m lucky to have a great crew working for me. I got my Dodge/Sycuan Casino/Hart and Huntington/Bel-Ray Racing Kawasaki working well. We made some adjustments after practice and that helped. To run top 10 to start off the season is cool. It’s a solid start to the season. I’m pumped and ready to go to Phoenix next weekend."

IVAN TEDESCO (No. 9 Dodge/Sycuan Casino/Hart and Huntington/Bel-Ray Racing Kawasaki)


Main Event Finish 13th

“A solid effort by the Dodge/Sycuan Casino/Hart and Huntington/Bel-Ray Racing Kawasaki team. The weekend went decent. I wasn't a fan of the track the whole day. I got good start in both the Heat and Main event and that made life way easier.

In the Main I had a good race going. I was running up front after a second-place start. We ran up front for a while. I held fifth for a long time and had a big crash on lap 17 and that was it. I ended up 13th. I showed myself that I can run up front and looking forward to next weekend.”



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