Tim Kaeding to drive for Jason Sides Motorsports this weekend in Tulareadmin
Jason Sides is putting one of the Kings of the Thunderbowl into a Sides Motorsports entry this weekend.
Tim Kaeding will pilot a No. 7s sprint car on Friday and Saturday at Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare, Calif., during a World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series doubleheader. Kaeding has four career Outlaws wins at the bullring.
“I’m excited about it,” Sides said. “I want to see him run well, especially for our sponsors out there. Tim is one of the top drivers at any race in Tulare so this should be a fun weekend.”
To purchase your tickets for the March 9 and 10 double header contact the Thunderbowl Raceway box office at (559) 688-0909. Tickets will be available at the track for purchase beginning at 1pm each day with will call also opening at that time. The front gate will open at 4pm both nights and racing is scheduled to fire-off around 7pm.
All seating is reserved during the weekend with grandstand tickets $45 on Friday and $50 on Saturday. Bleacher tickets are $40 on Friday and $45 on Saturday. Kids 6-12 are half price and 5 and under are free. A seating chart, as well as hotel info is available online at www.tularethunderbowl.com
Following this weekend Thunderbowl Raceway will go dark until Saturday April 14 when the USAC/CRA Wingless 410 Sprint Cars make their return to Tulare, along with the Light up the World USAC Western Midgets and Western RaceSaver Sprints.
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Special thanks to all our partners for making things happen at the Thunderbowl Raceway including Merle Stone Chevrolet, Budweiser, Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, Roth Motorsports, KRC Safety, Western Metal Company, Southwest Contractors, Double “D” Towing and JD Heiskel & Company.
Merle Stone Chevrolet Thunderbowl Raceway is located at the Tulare County Fairgrounds on the corner of Bardsley and K Streets in Tulare, California. From the junction of SR 99 and SR 137, go west on SR 137. At South K go south one-half mile to the Fairgrounds. Camping is also available at the fairgrounds located off turns three and four.
Story courtesy Shawn Miller. Photo courtesy Paul Trevino.