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Hannagan again at Eldora - 8/4/05 By Scott Hall ROSSBURG, OH - Randy Hannagan made it two wins in a row Thursday night at Eldora Speedway in the Haulmark All Star sprint car 30 lap A main feature. The event kicked off the Mopar Thunder weekend at Eldora on "A Salute to Kenny Jacobs" night. The win was also Hannagan's third career Eldora All Star win. A late race caution saved the victory for the Pittsboro, Indiana driver as Chad Kemenah had passed him for the lead, but a caution nullified the pass. "It was bad for him but good for me," Hannagan said of the late race caution. "I didn't think we had anything for him after he got by since my tires were blistered pretty bad. I just tried to run where the moisture was and take care of my tires. I was waiting for him to go by again and he never did." (More)
Hannagan going strong, wins All-Star event in Missouri - 7/23/05 By Scott Hall FARMINGTON, MO - Randy Hannagan knew he was going to have a good night on Saturday. In a pre-race interview he told All Star Announcer Rob Klepper "I'll talk to you later on the front stretch in victory lane." Hannagan kept his promise and scored his first win of the season at St. Francois Co. Raceway in wire-to-wire fashion, leading all 40 laps of the Haulmark All Star sprint car feature. "The car was really good all night. I really have to thank Gaerte Engines. This was an experimental motor from Gaerte and it was good all night," Hannagan recalled. "I really have to thank my brother and the whole crew. We raced at Knoxville last night and were second in points and decided to come here and race with the All Stars and it worked out." (More)
Randy Hannagan loves racing as much as anyone we know. Hannagan is a former King of California, San Jose Speedway and Calistoga Speedway track champion. (John's Racing Photos)
Hannagan wins All-Stars feature at Eldora - By Scott Hall, ROSSBURG, OH - 08/05/04 ...Mr. Natural Disaster, the "Hurricane" Randy Hannagan blew into victory lane Thursday night at Eldora Speedway in the Haulmark All Star sprint car 30 lap feature. It was his second series win of the season, both coming here at Eldora. Hannagan, in the THR Hurricane Chassis with Gaerte power, defeated Danny Smith by one car length at the finish line. "This place is one of my favorites and this is a good way to start out the week of money," Hannagan related. "I love racing Danny Smith. I've watched that guy race when I was a little kid, from the time I was in diapers. He's a good clean competitor and the All Stars are great to race with. I also have to thank Gaerte Engines who got me a fresh engine tonight and it shows," Hannagan concluded. (more)
Randy Hannagan Back in Winner's Circle, Cops Eldora All-Star Loot - By Scott Hall - April 24, 2004. Rossburg, OH. - ...A hurricane blew through Eldora Speedway Saturday night. Randy "Hurricane" Hannagan won the Haulmark All Star sprint car 30 lap feature, recording his first career All Star win. Hannagan started sixth, took second with 12 laps in and passed leader Danny Smith for the win on lap 19. His THR Racing Hurricane Chassis utilized Gaerte power. Hannagan thanked his brother Terry from victory lane, and indicated that without his support this win would not have been possible. (more)
Randy Hannagan always has one of the cleanest cars in racing. The former San Jose champion, and King of California was an All-Star winner earlier this year. (John's Racing Photos)
Randy Hannagan is shown at Devils Bowl Speedway - (Jim Fleming photo)
…Randy Hannagan underwent another round of surgery, Monday Novemeber 18, 2002. The Hurricane is still trying to get back to 100% after a scary Calistoga crash at the tail of the 2001 season left him with a shattered leg. To make matters worse, Randy also suffered a bout with kidney stones recently. Randy deserves some love. Send him cards and letters at 514 Nerdy Ave, San Jose, CA. 95111.
HammerDown! joins Terry Hannagan Racing in offering our condolences to Chris Luck and and the entire Luck family on the loss of their father, William Luck who passed away in Sacramento, September 29, 2002.
Glen Stewart, longtime wrench for Sammy Swindell, has accepted a similar position with Randy Hannagan's #1x. Hannagan was previously doing the tuning himself, while also piloting the THR #1x. Stewart, from Memphis, TN. is a hardworking mechanic that has knowledge of virtually every dirt track in the United States. The pairing should be a big positive for the former King of California's team.
Summer 2002: ...Speaking of California boys, Randy Hannagan was runner-up in World of Outlaws action at Sharon Speedway, Wednesday night. Hannagan is hitting his stride at the right time. The "Hurricane" also ran top-five at New Egypt Speedway, Monday.
…Randy Hannagan continues to play out the 2002 season after shattering his leg at Calistoga late in 2001.
In this old-school shot, Randy Hannagan wheels in the #2m (Tear-Off Heaven)
Randy Hannagan and Steve Kinser slice it up at Joplin 66 Speedway. (Photo by Jim Fleming)
Winter 2002: "He loves karting", says SpeedRing President Peter Knoot, of WoO driver Randy Hannagan. SpeedRing just signed on with Hannagan's WoO team as a sponsor for 2002. The high-performance Karting facility in Santa Clara, California is smartly predicting added exposure from the allignment with Hannagan. Race fans from all over the South Bay Area are encouraged to visit the SpeedRing to get your race on! Hannagan has been using SpeedRing as a vehicle to rehab his broken leg. The "Hurricane" is a former Baylands Karting champion.
Fall 2001: Think a positive thought for Randy Hannagan, who continues to face a struggle related to his fractured right leg, suffered in a scary Calistoga Crash. Randy says, "I will be coming to Las Vegas. I wont be able to run the Thanksgiving races or Australia this year, but right now Im just hoping this thing will be healed up in enough time to start the beginning of next season. ...Been in alot of therapy now and I have a bone stimulator machine that I'm using to help build up calcium in the leg which is supposed to help rebuild the bone that is missing from where that fragments were removed."