Keith Haney Racing
“That was fun – and a lot of work,” Haney said. “Plus, we entertained our local fans. But it was absolutely outstanding weekend for Keith Haney Racing.”
Notorious qualified No. 1 in the Mid-West Pro Mod Series race with a pass of 3.756 seconds at 201.64 mph, while Enigma qualified No. 2 with a run of 3.914 seconds at 193.40 mph.
Haney won in the first and second round with Notorious, and then things got interesting.
TULSA, OK – Keith Haney has a pair of reasons why he’s excited for the Throw Down in T-Town this weekend at Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park: Notorious and Enigma and to top it all off this is the first time BOTH cars have been at the same event.
“Notorious” is the Lucas Oil/RacingJunk.com Pro Nitrous Chevrolet Camaro that Haney will race in the Mid-West Pro Mod Series portion of the Throw Down, while “Enigma” is entered in the Radial vs. The World Class at Tulsa.
Whether Haney will drive both Keith Haney Racing cars himself remains to be seen. Fans need to come to the Throw Down to find out.
“Notorious hasn’t raced all year long,” Haney said. “Enigma has raced in two races, and now we’re bringing both Notorious and Enigma to Tulsa – and we’re going to kick everybody’s asses in Radial vs. The World and the new Mid-West Pro Mod Series.
TULSA, OK – Keith Haney and Keith Haney Racing don’t do anything small. So to help kick off the Mid-West Pro Mod Series, which races in the Heads-Up Hootenanny event next weekend at Gateway Motorsports Park, Haney will introduce a special driver for his “Enigma” Chevrolet Camaro in the Radial vs. The World class.
“Keith Haney Racing decided to shock the world,” Haney said. “I’m coming to St. Louis, not only to drag everybody’s asses with (Pro Mod car) ‘Notorious,’ but I’ve decided to give something back, not only to the series but to the fans. Daddy Dave, Street Outlaw, will be driving Enigma in Radial vs. The World.”
“Daddy Dave” is David Comstock, star of “Street Outlaws” on Discovery Channel.
“I’m excited about getting back into a nitrous car,” Comstock said. “I haven’t competed against those boys like Mills and Mark Mickie and Woodruff. My personal car isn’t fast enough, so it’ll be really, really exciting to see how I match up to the pros in Radial vs. The World.
TULSA, OK – Keith Haney and his Keith Haney Racing team are likely done for the 2016 season after Haney decided not to race “Notorious” in the PDRA World Finals this weekend at Virginia Motorsports Park.
Haney has driven the Lucas Oil/RacingJunk.com Chevrolet — nicknamed “Notorious” — in the Pro Nitrous class this season, but he and his team are taking the weekend off.
“It saddens me a little bit because it’s a Brian Olson memorial, and he was such a great friend to me,” Haney said. “But to drive 22 hours the week after racing in the Throw Down (in T-Town) was going to be tough. It doesn’t matter where I’m at in the points, and I can finish in the top 10.
TULSA, OK – Keith Haney took “Notorious” to the final round of the Osage Casino Throw Down in T-Town. Trying to win at Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park, the track he co-owns with Todd Martin, Haney took the Lucas Oil/RacingJunk.com Chevrolet nicknamed “Notorious” to the final round of the Pro Boost/Pro Nitrous class.
There, Haney made a rare mistake behind the wheel, and he drew a red light against Ron Muenks.
“I had the car to win the whole race,” Haney said. “I just didn’t execute as a driver. I’ll call myself out, just I like I would anyone else on the team, and we end up with a runner-up finish.”
TULSA, OK – Keith Haney returns to the cockpit of his “Notorious” race car for this weekend’s Osage Casino Throw Down in T-Town, and he hopes to take his bad-to-the-bone hot rod back to victory lane at Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park, a track he co-owns with Todd Martin.
Haney won the Throw Down in T-Town, a semi-annual race, in October 2013, and was runner-up at another Throw Down this past May. He’ll try to repeat those performances once again when he races the powerful Pro Nitrous Chevrolet, which is sponsored by Lucas Oil and RacingJunk.com, at his home track.
“This one’s mine,” Haney said. “It’s my turn to get it back. We haven’t won in a while, but I’m bringing a big gun to the knife fight this time.”
ROCKINGHAM, NC – Lucas Oil/RacingJunk.com Pro Nitrous racer Keith Haney will donate his winnings from the PDRA Spring Nationals last weekend at Rockingham Dragway to Ian Tocher, the photographer injured in the crash that took the life of Top Sportsman driver Ronnie Davis.
Haney reached the semifinals in the Pro Nitrous class during an emotional weekend at Rockingham Dragway.
“I am donating my winnings from the race to Ian and his family,” Haney said. “I’m going to match what I won and give that amount to his family. He works for Drag Illustrated, and he’s going to be off work, so if this can help just a little, then that will make me happy.”