Winchester Disappointment Will Not Plague Outstanding Season for Hunter BaizeCRA_admin
Huntersville, N.C. (October 12, 2015) – That’s a wrap! In many ways, the 2015 season was a breakout season for Bremen Kentucky’s Hunter Baize. The 17-year-old driver scored two wins in route to a third place points finish. In addition to a strong rookie season in Super Late Models, Baize made his ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards debut and impressed with two top-10 finishes in two starts. It is only the beginning, and the future is very bright for Baize.
“It’s a bummer that our season ended the way it did in the 44th Winchester 400, but we had a great season,” Baize said. “Picking up two wins was the highlight of our season, but in all honesty we had a great year throughout. I can’t thank my guys enough. Van Doorn Racing Development did a great job for me all season long. I’m excited about the future but will also remember the great time I’ve had driving my family owned No. 13 car.”
With the guidance of Van Doorn Racing development led by Johnny and Butch Van Doorn, Baize spent the last two seasons improving and creating a name for himself. The results speak for themselves and prove the move to Van Doorn Racing development was the right one. He is currently working on his 2016 plans and hope to have something to announce shortly.
During the 2015 season, Baize’s Van Doorn Racing Development Pro and Super Late Model race cars will carry sponsorship from Mountaineer All-Natural Firewood, B&K Wood Products, Federated Auto Parts, Bicycle Playing Cards, Kawasaki, Wood-Mizer, and Steel City Bolt.