Brandon Wimmer – Win-Win Weekend!
(Bill W) May 16, 2017 – Brandon Wimmer had two big reasons to celebrate last weekend. Not only did he emerge victorious in OSCS vs. FAST sprint car action at Atomic Speedway Saturday night, he and wife Chantel welcome their second child, Kaden, into the world! The Fairmount, Indiana native gave car owner John Shewbrooks his first win in sprint cars, and the team plans to head to Kokomo Speedway in Indiana Friday night to compete with the All Stars.
Brandon and the Shewbrooks #A67 team started the weekend Friday and Eldora with the World of Outlaws. “We were able to qualify well, which gave us a good start,” he says. “We kind of got lucky in the heat race, but we got through, finishing fifth.”
Brandon Wimmer – Victory at Wilmot!
(Bill W) July 5, 2016 – It was a great weekend of racing for Brandon Wimmer and Chris Hartnell’s #48 team in Wisconsin. After a second place finish with the IRA on Friday at Manitowoc Speedway where the team won earlier this season, they picked up a victory Saturday at Wilmot Speedway. The Fairmount, Indiana driver plans on being in John Shewbrooks’ #A67 this weekend in OSCS action at Atomic Speedway near Chillicothe, Ohio.
Brandon Wimmer – Fourth Place Run with the All Stars!
(Bill W) May 25, 2016 – Brandon Wimmer and the Hartnell Motorsports #48H team continued to impress in Wisconsin last weekend. The Fairmount, Indiana driver climbed from ninth to second with the All Stars and the IRA at Wilmot Speedway Saturday before settling for a fourth place finish. Misfortune followed Sunday at Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, however.
The IRA format was used at Wilmot. “We went out early in qualifying and didn’t time in very well,” says Brandon. “The track got better as qualifying went on. We ended up 18th quick.”
Brandon Wimmer – Win in First Outing at Manitowoc with IRA!
(Bill W) May 9, 2016 – Brandon Wimmer scored a victory in his first outing with the Hartnell Motorsports #48H team Friday night with the IRA at Manitowoc Speedway in Wisconsin. Even more impressive was the fact that it was also the first time the Fairmount, Indiana driver had seen the 1/3-mile oval. The team showed their chemistry was no fluke Saturday night, running a close second to Dusty Zomer at Wilmot Speedway. They will return to Wilmot on May 21 to compete with the All Stars.