2016 Super Nationals

Hanson looks to give back, and take home Late Model trophy from Super Nationals

CAPE CARTERET, N.C. – Travis Hanson waved the green flag at last year’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. He wants to take home a trophy from this year’s version of America’s Racin’ Vacation. The senior director of sports and recreation of Hope For The Warriors and a 22-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Hanson was one of three honorary starters for Modified last-chance features on the final day of the 2015 Super Nationals. While returning to Boone Speedway in an official role this September, he’ll be making his IMCA Late Model debut in the Thursday night Deery Brothers Summer Series show. “As a racer, I want to put the trophy in my truck and bring it home to North Carolina,” said Hanson, from Cape Carteret. “But the biggest goal I have at Boone is to give back to IMCA. Simply through IMCA putting our flyer in their (drivers’) packets at Super Nationals, we’ve been contacted by people from all over the United States. I can’t quantify what that’s done.” Hope For [Read More]