USAC Silver Crown: Hamilton Making Move Back to Dirt; Plans Silver Crown Assault in 2015

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DANVILLE, Ind. — official team release — Kyle Hamilton Racing photo —

22-year-old open wheel standout Kyle Hamilton plans to run in the USAC Silver Crown Series for the 2015 season.

The Purdue University student is looking to make his mark on one of the world’s most prestigious short track racing series with 6R Racing. Hamilton has multiple wins in USAC Honda National midget and STARS national midget competition including an impressive five trips to victory lane last year.

“I just want to get laps this year. My main goals are that I am looking to continue my growth as a pavement driver and improve from my rookie of the year season in 2012.”

The driver nicknamed  “The Professor” is known as a pavement midget specialist but is relishing the chance of getting a shot at some big dirt races this year along with the pavement slate.

“I’m looking forward to getting back on dirt for the first time in five years and the first time in a crown car,” Hamilton added. “I am looking to learn as much as possible in the premier USAC series. There is a lot of talent this year and it’s an honor to be able to drive in the series.”

“Darrell Guiducci is a huge fan of the series and I can’t thank him enough for letting us use his equipment. I have a huge support group of diehard racers helping me this year and I’m proud to work with them.”

CREDIT: Kyle Hamilton Racing / Zach Tasker

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