H&H Trenching Presents the Paul Hawes Memorialadmin
P.O. Box 1960
Marysville, CA 95901
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H&H Trenching Presents the Paul Hawes Memorial
(Marysville, CA 10/25/22) H&H Trenching is presenting the Paul Hawes Memorial this Saturday night, part of the Sprint Car Spooktacular tribute to Halloween. Marysville Raceway is honored to represent Paul Hawes, the former promotor of Marysville Raceway Park, with an all open-wheel night of racing. With the generosity of Jeremy Hawes and H&H Trenching, an extra $2,000 has been added to the overall purse this Saturday night, October 29th. Hawes is adding $1,000 to the winner of the winged 360 sprint car main event and an extra $100 to the drivers that finish 2nd thru 6th. H&H Trenching is also adding an extra $500 to the winner of the wingless spec sprint car main event. “Jeremy has really pushed this event to a new level,” said Denis Gage. “I applaud and appreciate what Jeremy is doing to help.”
With the extra money from Hawes, the winner of the winged 360 sprint car race will now pay $2,500. The wingless spec sprint winner will take home at least $1,000.
An earlier start time for this Saturday night event has been posted. The pit gate opens at 2:30 PM. Driver’s meeting at 4:30 PM with cars on the track at 5 PM. Front gate is still slated to open at 5 PM. Adult tickets are $18.00, Seniors 62+ and Juniors (12-15) are $15.00. Military with active-duty card is $15.00. Kids (6-11) are just $6.00. Kids FIVE and UNDER are FREE. As always, parking for the grandstands is FREE.
Purchase tickets online at https://www.eventsprout.com/event/marysville-raceway-2022
Drivers are ENCOURAGED to bring candy to hand out to the kids in attendance. KIDS are also ENCOURAGED to wear their Halloween costumes. At the INTERMISSSION, drivers will come out to hand candy to the kids. We call it TRACK or TREAT.
The divisions set to race are the winged 360 sprint cars, wingless spec sprints, crate sprints, and the lightning sprints. The best in the west are ready to shine under the bright LED track lights.
A full spectrum of drivers is expected this Saturday night. Many of the top teams are ready to attack the action track of the west and put on an unforgettable show for the fans.
Auburn’s Andy Forsberg said, “This is a great way to end the year with a great event in honor of a man I respected immensely, Paul Hawes.” He also said, “I must thank Jeremy Hawes for reaching out and offering to put more money into the purse. I always respected him as a racer and look forward to shaking his had in the pits this weekend to thank him.”